Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(3909) lat [lawt]

a form of 'la't' (la't) or else participle from 'luwt' (luwt); properly, covered, i.e. secret; by implication, incantation; also secrecy or (adverb) covertly: -enchantment, privily, secretly, softly.

(3910) lot [lote]

probably from 'luwt' (luwt); a gum (from its sticky nature), probably ladanum:--myrrh.

(3911) lta'ah [let-aw-aw']

from an unused root meaning to hide; a kind of lizard (from its covert habits):--lizard.

(3912) Ltuwshim [let-oo-sheem']

masculine plural of passive participle of 'latash' (latash); hammered (i.e. oppressed) ones; Letushim, an Arabian tribe:--Letushim.

(3913) latash [law-tash']

a primitive root; properly, to hammer out (an edge), i.e. to sharpen:--instructer, sharp(-en), whet.

(3914) loyah [lo-yaw']

a form of 'livyah' (livyah); a wreath:--addition.

(3915) layil [lah'-yil]

or (Isa. 21:11) leyl {lale}; also laylah {lah'- yel-aw}; from the same as 'luwl' (luwl); properly, a twist (away of the light), i.e. night; figuratively, adversity:--((mid-))night (season).

(3916) leylya' [lay-leh-yaw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'La'el' (La'el):--night.

(3917) liyliyth [lee-leeth']

from 'layil' (layil); a night spectre:--screech owl.

(3918) layish [lah'-yish]

from 'luwsh' (luwsh) in the sense of crushing; a lion (from his destructive blows):--(old)lion.

(3919) Layish [lah'-yish]

the same as 'layish' (layish); Laish, the name of two places in Palestine:--Laish. Compare 'Luwsh' (Luwsh).

(3920) lakad [law-kad']

a primitive root; to catch (in a net, trap or pit); generally, to capture or occupy; also to choose (by lot); figuratively, to cohere:--X at all, catch (self), be frozen, be holden, stick together, take.

(3921) leked [leh'ked]

from 'lakad' (lakad); something to capture with, i.e. a noose:--being taken.

(3922) lekah [lay-kaw']

from 'yalak' (yalak); a journey; Lekah, a place in Palestine: -Lecah.

(3923) Lachiysh [law-keesh']

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; Lakish, a place in Palestine:--Lachish.

(3924) lula'ah [loo-law-aw']

from the same as 'luwl' (luwl); a loop:--loop.

(3925) lamad [law-mad']

a primitive root; properly, to goad, i.e. (by implication) to teach (the rod being an Oriental incentive):(un-) accustomed, X diligently, expert, instruct, learn, skilful, teach(-er, - ing).

(3926) lmow [lem-o']

a prol. and separable form of the prepositional prefix; to or for:--at, for, to, upon.

(3927) Lmuw'el [lem-oo-ale']

or Lmow el {lem-o-ale'}; from 'lmow' (lmow) and ''el' ('el); (belonging) to God; Lemuel or Lemoel, a symbolic name of Solomon: -Lemuel.

(3928) limmuwd [lim-mood']

or limmud {lim-mood'}; from 'lamad' (lamad); instructed: -accustomed, disciple, learned, taught, used.

(3929) Lemek [leh'-mek]

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; Lemek, the name of two antediluvian patriarchs:--Lamech.

(3930) loa` [lo'ah]

from 'luwa`' (luwa`); the gullet:--throat.

(3931) la`ab [law-ab']

a primitive root; to deride:--mock.

(3932) la`ag [law-ag']

a primitive root; to deride; by implication (as if imitating a foreigner) to speak unintelligibly:--have in derision, laugh (to scorn), mock (on), stammering.

(3933) la`ag [lah'-ag]

from 'la`ag' (la`ag); derision, scoffing:--derision, scorn (-ing).

(3934) la`eg [law-ayg']

from 'la`ag' (la`ag); a buffoon; also a foreigner:--mocker, stammering.

(3935) La`dah [lah-daw']

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; Ladah, an Israelite:--Laadah.

(3936) La`dan [lah-dawn']

from the same as 'La`dah' (La`dah); Ladan, the name of two Israelites:--Laadan.

(3937) la`az [law-az']

a primitive root; to speak in a foreign tongue: -strange language.

(3938) la`at [law-at']

a primitive root; to swallow greedily; causatively, to feed:--feed.

(3939) la`anah [lah-an-aw']

from an unused root supposed to mean to curse; wormwood (regarded as poisonous, and therefore accursed):--hemlock, wormwood.

(3940) lappiyd [lap-peed']

or lappid {lap-peed'}; from an unused root probably meaning to shine; a flambeau, lamp or flame:--(fire-)brand, (burning) lamp, lightning, torch.

(3941) Lappiydowth [lap-pee-doth']

feminine plural of 'lappiyd' (lappiyd); Lappidoth, the husband of Deborah:--Lappidoth.

(3942) liphnay [lif-nah'ee]

from the prepositional prefix (to or for) and 'paniym' (paniym); anterior:--before.

(3943) laphath [law-fath']

a primitive root; properly, to bend, i.e. (by implication) to clasp; also (reflexively) to turn around or aside:--take hold, turn aside (self).

(3944) latsown [law-tsone']

from 'luwts' (luwts); derision:--scornful(-ning).

(3945) latsats [law-tsats']

a primitive root; to deride:--scorn.

(3946) Laqquwm [lak-koom']

from an unused root thought to mean to stop up by a barricade; perhaps fortification; Lakkum, a place in Palestine:--Lakum.

(3947) laqach [law-kakh']

a primitive root; to take (in the widest variety of applications):--accept, bring, buy, carry away, drawn, fetch, get, infold, X many, mingle, place, receive(-ing), reserve, seize, send for, take (away, -ing, up), use, win.

(3948) leqach [leh'-kakh]

from 'laqach' (laqach); properly, something received, i.e. (mentally) instruction (whether on the part of the teacher or hearer); also (in an active and sinister sense) inveiglement:--doctrine, learning, fair speech.

(3949) Liqchiy [lik-khee']

from 'laqach' (laqach); learned; Likchi, an Israelite:--Likhi.

(3950) laqat [law-kat']

a primitive root; properly, to pick up, i.e. (generally) to gather; specifically, to glean:--gather (up), glean.

(3951) leqet [leh'-ket]

from 'laqat' (laqat); the gleaning:--gleaning.

(3952) laqaq [law-kak']

a primitive root; to lick or lap:--lap, lick.

(3953) laqash [law-kash']

a primitive root; to gather the after crop:--gather.

(3954) leqesh [leh'-kesh]

from 'laqash' (laqash); the after crop:--latter growth.

(3955) lshad [lesh-ad']

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; apparently juice, i.e. (figuratively) vigor; also a sweet or fat cake:--fresh, moisture.

(3956) lashown [law-shone']

or lashon {law-shone'}; also (in plural) feminine lshonah {lesh-o-naw'}; from 'lashan' (lashan); the tongue (of man or animals), used literally (as the instrument of licking, eating, or speech), and figuratively (speech, an ingot, a fork of flame, a cove of water):--+ babbler,bay, + evil speaker, language, talker, tongue, wedge.

(3957) lishkah [lish-kaw']

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; a room in a building (whether for storage, eating, or lodging):--chamber, parlour. Compare 'nishkah' (nishkah).

(3958) leshem [leh'-shem]

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; a gem, perhaps the jacinth:--ligure.

(3959) Leshem [leh'-shem]

the same as 'leshem' (leshem); Leshem, a place in Palestine: -Leshem.

(3960) lashan [law-shan']

a primitive root; properly, to lick; but used only as a denominative from 'lashown' (lashown); to wag the tongue, i.e. to calumniate:--accuse, slander.

(3961) lishshan [lish-shawn']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'lashown' (lashown); speech, i.e. a nation:--language.

(3962) Lesha` [leh'-shah]

from an unused root thought to mean to break through; a boiling spring; Lesha, a place probably East of the Jordan:--Lasha.

(3963) lethek [leh'-thek]

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; a measure for things dry:--half homer.