Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(3712) — (3807)

(3712) kippah [kip-paw']

feminine of 'kaph' (kaph); a leaf of a palm-tree:--branch.

(3713) kphowr [kef-ore']

from 'kaphar' (kaphar); properly, a cover, i.e. (by implication) a tankard (or covered goblet); also white frost (as covering the ground):--bason, hoar(-y) frost.

(3714) kaphiyc [kaw-fece']

from an unused root meaning to connect; a girder:--beam.

(3715) kphiyr [kef-eer']

from 'kaphar' (kaphar); a village (as covered in by walls); also a young lion (perhaps as covered with a mane):--(young) lion, village. Compare 'kaphar' (kaphar).

(3716) Kphiyrah [kef-ee-raw']

feminine of 'kphiyr' (kphiyr); the village (always with the art.); Kephirah, a place in Palestine:--Chephirah.

(3717) kaphal [kaw-fal']

a primitive root; to fold together; figuratively, to repeat:--double.

(3718) kephel [keh'-fel]

from 'kaphal' (kaphal); a duplicate:--double.

(3719) kaphan [kaw-fan']

a primitive root; to bend:--bend.

(3720) kaphan [kaw-fawn']

from 'kaphan' (kaphan); hunger (as making to stoop with emptiness and pain):--famine.

(3721) kaphaph [kaw-faf']

a primitive root; to curve:--bow down (self).

(3722) kaphar [kaw-far']

a primitive root; to cover (specifically with bitumen); figuratively, to expiate or condone, to placate or cancel:-- appease, make (an atonement, cleanse, disannul, forgive, be merciful, pacify, pardon, purge (away), put off, (make) reconcile(-liation).

(3723) kaphar [kaw-fawr']

from 'kaphar' (kaphar); a village (as protected by walls): -village. Compare 'kphiyr' (kphiyr).

(3724) kopher [ko'-fer]

from 'kaphar' (kaphar); properly, a cover, i.e. (literally) a village (as covered in); (specifically) bitumen (as used for coating), and the henna plant (as used for dyeing); figuratively, a redemption-price:--bribe, camphire, pitch, ransom, satisfaction, sum of money, village.

(3725) kippur [kip-poor']

from 'kaphar' (kaphar); expiation (only in plural): -atonement.

(3726) Kphar ha-`Ammowniy [kef-ar' haw-am-mo-nee']

from 'kaphar' (kaphar) and '`Ammowniy' (`Ammowniy), with the article interposed; village of the Ammonite; Kefar-ha-Ammoni, a place in Palestine:--Chefar-haamonai.

(3727) kapporeth [kap-po'-reth]

from 'kaphar' (kaphar); a lid (used only of the cover of the sacred Ark):--mercy seat.

(3728) kaphash [kaw-fash']

a primitive root; to tread down; figuratively, to humiliate:--cover.

(3729) kphath [kef-ath']

(Aramaic) a root of uncertain correspondence; to fetter:--bind.

(3730) kaphtor [kaf-tore']

or (Am. 9:1) kaphtowr {kaf-tore'}; probably from an unused root meaning to encircle; a chaplet; but used only in an architectonic sense, i.e. the capital of a column, or a wreath-like button or disk on the candelabrum: knop, (upper) lintel.

(3731) Kaphtor [kaf-tore']

or (Am. 9:7) Kaphtowr {kaf-tore'}; apparently the same as 'kaphtor' (kaphtor); Caphtor (i.e. a wreath-shaped island), the original seat of the Philistines:--Caphtor.

(3732) Kaphtoriy [kaf-to-ree']

patrial from 'Kaphtor' (Kaphtor); a Caphtorite (collectively) or native of Caphtor:--Caphthorim, Caphtorim(-s).

(3733) kar [kar]

from 'karar' (karar) in the sense of plumpness; a ram (as full-grown and fat), including a battering-ram (as butting); hence, a meadow (as for sheep); also a pad or camel's saddle (as puffed out):--captain, furniture, lamb, (large) pasture, ram. See also 'Beyth Kar' (Beyth Kar), 'kariy' (kariy).

(3734) kor [kore]

from the same as 'kuwr' (kuwr); properly, a deep round vessel, i.e. (specifically) a cor or measure for things dry:--cor, measure. Aramaic the same.

(3735) Kara' [kaw-raw']

(Aramaic) probably corresponding to 'karah' (karah) in the sense of piercing (figuratively); to grieve:--be grieved.

(3736) karbel [kar-bale']

from the same as 'kebel' (kebel); to gird or clothe: -clothed.

(3737) karbla` [kar-bel-aw']

(Aramaic) from a verb corresponding to that of 'karbel' (karbel); a mantle:--hat.

(3738) karah [kaw-raw']

a primitive root; properly, to dig; figuratively, to plot; generally, to bore or open:--dig, X make (a banquet), open.

(3739) karah [kaw-raw']

usually assigned as a primitive root, but probably only a special application of 'karah' (karah) (through the common idea of planning implied in a bargain); to purchase:--buy, prepare.

(3740) kerah [kay-raw']

from 'karah' (karah); a purchase:--provision.

(3741) karah [kaw-raw']

feminine of 'kar' (kar); a meadow:--cottage.

(3742) kruwb [ker-oob']

of uncertain derivation; a cherub or imaginary figure:--cherub, (plural) cherubims.

(3743) Kruwb [ker-oob']

the same as 'kruwb' (kruwb); Kerub, a place in Bab.: -Cherub.

(3744) karowz [kaw-roze']

(Aramaic) from 'kraz' (kraz); a herald:--herald.

(3745) kraz [ker-az']

(Aramaic) probably of Greek origin; to proclaim:--make a proclamation.

(3746) kariy [kaw-ree']

perhaps an abridged plural of 'kar' (kar) in the sense of leader (of the flock); a life-guardsman:--captains, Cherethites (from the margin).

(3747) Kriyth [ker-eeth']

from 'karath' (karath); a cut; Kerith, a brook of Palestine: -Cherith.

(3748) kriythuwth [ker-ee-thooth']

from 'karath' (karath); a cutting (of the matrimonial bond), i.e. divorce:--divorce(-ment).

(3749) karkob [kar-kobe']

expanded from the same as 'Kabbown' (Kabbown); a rim or top margin:--compass.

(3750) karkom [kar-kome']

probably of foreign origin; the crocus:--saffron.

(3751) Karkmiysh [kar-kem-eesh']

of foreign derivation; Karkemish, a place in Syria:--Carchemish.

(3752) Karkac [kar-kas']

of Persian origin; Karkas, a eunuch of Xerxes: -Carcas.

(3753) karkarah [kar-kaw-raw']

from 'karar' (karar); a dromedary (from its rapid motion as if dancing):--swift beast.

(3754) kerem [keh'-rem]

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; a garden or vineyard:--vines, (increase of the) vineyard(-s), vintage. See also 'Beyth hak-Kerem' (Beyth hak-Kerem).

(3755) korem [ko-rame']

active participle of an imaginary denominative from 'kerem' (kerem); a vinedresser:--vine dresser (as one or two words).

(3756) Karmiy [kar-mee']

from 'kerem' (kerem); gardener; Karmi, the name of three Israelites:--Carmi.

(3757) Karmiy [kar-mee']

patronymically from 'Karmiy' (Karmiy); a Karmite or descendant of Karmi:--Carmites.

(3758) karmiyl [kar-mele']

probably of foreign origin; carmine, a deep red: -crimson.

(3759) karmel [kar-mel']

from 'kerem' (kerem); a planted field (garden, orchard, vineyard or park); by implication, garden produce:--full (green) ears (of corn), fruitful field (place), plentiful (field).

(3760) Karmel [kar-mel']

the same as 'karmel' (karmel); Karmel, the name of a hill and of a town in Palestine:--Carmel, fruitful (plentiful) field, (place).

(3761) Karmliy [kar-mel-ee']

patron from 'Karmel' (Karmel); a Karmelite or inhabitant of Karmel (the town):--Carmelite.

(3762) Karmliyth [kar-mel-eeth']

feminine of 'Karmliy' (Karmliy); a Karmelitess or female inhabitant of Karmel:--Carmelitess.

(3763) Kran [ker-awn']

of uncertain derivation; Keran, an aboriginal Idumaean:--Cheran.

(3764) korce' [kor-say']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kicce'' (kicce'); a throne:--throne.

(3765) kircem [kir-same']

from 'kacam' (kacam); to lay waste:--waste.

(3766) kara` [kaw-rah']

a primitive root; to bend the knee; by implication, to sink, to prostrate:--bow (down, self), bring down (low), cast down, couch, fall, feeble, kneeling, sink, smite (stoop) down, subdue, X very.

(3767) kara` [kaw-raw']

from 'kara`' (kara`); the leg (from the knee to the ankle) of men or locusts (only in the dual):--leg.

(3768) karpac [kar-pas']

of foreign origin; byssus or fine vegetable wool: -green.

(3769) karar [kaw-rar']

a primitive root; to dance (i.e. whirl): -dance(-ing).

(3770) kres [ker-ace']

by variation from 'qarac' (qarac); the paunch or belly (as swelling out):--belly.

(3771) Karshna' [kar-shen-aw']

of foreign origin; Karshena, a courtier of Xerxes:--Carshena.

(3772) karath [kaw-rath']

a primitive root; to cut (off, down or asunder); by implication, to destroy or consume; specifically, to covenant (i.e. make an alliance or bargain, originally by cutting flesh and passing between the pieces):--be chewed, be con-(feder-)ate, covenant, cut (down, off), destroy, fail, feller, be freed, hew (down), make a league ((covenant)), X lose, perish, X utterly, X want.

(3773) karuthah [kaw-rooth-aw']

passive participle feminine of 'karath' (karath); something cut, i.e. a hewn timber:--beam.

(3774) Krethiy [ker-ay-thee']

probably from 'karath' (karath) in the sense of executioner; a Kerethite or life-guardsman (compare 'tabbach' (tabbach)) (only collectively in the singular as plural):--Cherethims, Cherethites.

(3775) keseb [keh'-seb]

apparently by transposition for 'kebes' (kebes); a young sheep:--lamb.

(3776) kisbah [kis-baw']

feminine of 'keseb' (keseb); a young ewe:--lamb.

(3777) Kesed [keh'-sed]

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; Kesed, a relative of Abraham:--Onesed.

(3778) Kasdiy [kas-dee']

(occasionally with enclitic) Kasdiymah {kas-dee'- maw}; towards the Kasdites:--into Chaldea), patronymically from 'Kesed' (Kesed) (only in the plural); a Kasdite, or descendant of Kesed; by implication, a Chaldaean (as if so descended); also an astrologer (as if proverbial of that people:--Chaldeans, Chaldees, inhabitants of Chaldea.

(3779) Kasday [kas-dah'-ee]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Kasdiy' (Kasdiy); a Chaldaean or inhabitant of Chaldaea; by implication, a Magian or professional astrologer:--Chaldean.

(3780) kasah [kaw-saw']

a primitive root; to grow fat (i.e. be covered with flesh):--be covered. Compare 'kacah' (kacah).

(3781) kashshiyl [kash-sheel']

from 'kashal' (kashal); properly, a feller, i.e. an axe: -ax.

(3782) kashal [kaw-shal']

a primitive root; to totter or waver (through weakness of the legs, especially the ankle); by implication, to falter, stumble, faint or fall:--bereave (from the margin), cast down, be decayed, (cause to) fail, (cause, make to) fall (down, -ing), feeble, be (the) ruin(-ed, of), (be) overthrown, (cause to) stumble, X utterly, be weak.

(3783) kishshalown [kish-shaw-lone']

from 'kashal' (kashal); properly, a tottering, i.e. ruin:--fall.

(3784) kashaph [kaw-shaf']

a primitive root; properly, to whisper a spell, i.e. to inchant or practise magic:--sorcerer, (use) witch(-craft).

(3785) kesheph [keh'-shef]

from 'kashaph' (kashaph); magic:--sorcery, witchcraft.

(3786) kashshaph [kash-shawf']

from 'kashaph' (kashaph); a magician:--sorcerer.

(3787) kasher [kaw-share']

a primitive root properly, to be straight or right; by implication, to be acceptable; also to succeed or prosper:-- direct, be right, prosper.

(3788) kishrown [kish-rone']

from 'kasher' (kasher); success, advantage:--equity, good, right.

(3789) kathab [kaw-thab']

a primitive root; to grave, by implication, to write (describe, inscribe, prescribe, subscribe):--describe, record, prescribe, subscribe, write(-ing, -ten).

(3790) kthab [keth-ab']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kathab' (kathab):--write(-ten).

(3791) kathab [kaw-thawb']

from 'kathab' (kathab); something written, i.e. a writing, record or book:--register, scripture, writing.

(3792) kthab [keth-awb']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kathab' (kathab):--prescribing, writing(-ten).

(3793) kthobeth [keth-o'-beth]

from 'kathab' (kathab); a letter or other mark branded on the skin:--X any (mark).

(3794) Kittiy [kit-tee']

or Kittiyiy {kit-tee-ee'}; patrial from an unused name denoting Cyprus (only in the plural); a Kittite or Cypriote; hence, an islander in general, i.e. the Greeks or Romans on the shores opposite Palestine:--Chittim, Kittim.

(3795) kathiyth [kaw-theeth']

from 'kathath' (kathath); beaten, i.e. pure (oil): -beaten.

(3796) kothel [ko'-thel]

from an unused root meaning to compact; a wall (as gathering inmates):--wall.

(3797) kthal [keth-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kothel' (kothel):--wall.

(3798) Kithliysh [kith-leesh']

from 'kothel' (kothel) and ''iysh' ('iysh); wall of a man; Kithlish, a place in Palestine:--Kithlish.

(3799) katham [kaw-tham']

a primitive root; properly, to carve or engrave, i.e. (by implication) to inscribe indelibly:--mark.

(3800) kethem [keh'-them]

from 'katham' (katham); properly, something carved out, i.e. ore; hence, gold (pure as originally mined):--((most) fine, pure) gold(-en wedge).

(3801) kthoneth [keth-o'-neth]

or kuttoneth {koot-to'-neth}; from an unused root meaning to cover (compare 'katheph' (katheph)); a shirt:--coat, garment, robe.

(3802) katheph [kaw-thafe']

from an unused root meaning to clothe; the shoulder (proper, i.e. upper end of the arm; as being the spot where the garments hang); figuratively, side-piece or lateral projection of anything:--arm, corner, shoulder(-piece), side, undersetter.

(3803) kathar [kaw-thar']

a primitive root; to enclose; hence (in a friendly sense) to crown, (in a hostile one) to besiege; also to wait (as restraining oneself):--beset round, compass about, be crowned inclose round, suffer.

(3804) kether [keh'-ther]

from 'kathar' (kathar); properly, a circlet, i.e. a diadem: -crown.

(3805) kothereth [ko-theh'-reth]

feminine active participle of 'kathar' (kathar); the capital of a column:--chapiter.

(3806) kathash [kaw-thash']

a primitive root; to butt or pound:--bray.

(3807) kathath [kaw-thath']

a primitive root; to bruise or violently strike:--beat (down, to pieces), break in pieces, crushed, destroy, discomfit, smite, stamp.