Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(4065) madduwach [mad-doo'akh]

from 'nadach' (nadach); seduction:--cause of banishment.

(4066) madown [maw-dohn']

from 'diyn' (diyn); a contest or quarrel:--brawling, contention(-ous), discord, strife. Compare 'midyan' (midyan), 'mdan' (mdan).

(4067) madown [maw-dohn']

from the same as 'medev' (medev); extensiveness, i.e. height:--stature.

(4068) Madown [maw-dohn']

the same as 'madown' (madown); Madon, a place in Palestine:--Madon.

(4069) madduwa` [mad-doo'-ah]

or madduaa {mad-doo'-ah}; from 'mah' (mah) and the passive participle of 'yada`' (yada`); what (is) known?; i.e. (by implication) (adverbially) why?:--how, wherefore, why.

(4070) mdowr [med-ore']

(Aramaic) or mdor (Aramaic) {med-ore'}; or mdar (Aramaic) {med-awr'}; from 'duwr' (duwr); a dwelling:--dwelling.

(4071) mduwrah [med-oo-raw']

or mdurah {med-oo-raw'}; from 'duwr' (duwr) in the sense of accumulation; a pile of fuel:--pile (for fire).

(4072) midcheh [mid-kheh']

from 'dachah' (dachah); overthrow:--ruin.

(4073) mdachphah [med-akh-faw']

from 'dachaph' (dachaph); a push, i.e. ruin:--overthrow.

(4074) Maday [maw-dah'-ee]

of foreign derivation; Madai, a country of central Asia:--Madai, Medes, Media.

(4075) Maday [maw-dah'-ee]

patrial from 'Maday' (Maday); a Madian or native of Madai:--Mede.

(4076) Maday [maw-dah'-ee]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Maday' (Maday):--Mede(-s).

(4077) Maday [maw-dah'-ee]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Maday' (Maday):--Median.

(4078) madday [mad-dah'-ee]

from 'mah' (mah) and 'day' (day); what (is) enough, i.e. sufficiently:--sufficiently.

(4079) midyan [mid-yawn']

a variation for 'madown' (madown):--brawling, contention(-ous).

(4080) Midyan [mid-yawn']

the same as 'midyan' (midyan); Midjan, a son of Abraham; also his country and (collectively) his descendants:--Midian, Midianite.

(4081) Middiyn [mid-deen']

a variation for 'Midyan' (Midyan):--Middin.

(4082) mdiynah [med-ee-naw']

from 'diyn' (diyn); properly, a judgeship, i.e. jurisdiction; by implication, a district (as ruled by a judge); generally, a region:--(X every) province.

(4083) mdiynah [med-ee-naw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mdiynah' (mdiynah):--province.

(4084) Midyaniy [mid-yaw-nee']

patronymical or patrial from 'Midyan' (Midyan); a Midjanite or descend. (native) of Midjan:--Midianite. Compare 'Mdaniy' (Mdaniy).

(4085) mdokah [med-o-kaw']

from 'duwk' (duwk); a mortar:--mortar.

(4086) Madmen [mad-mane']

from the same as 'domen' (domen); dunghill; Madmen, a place in Palestine:--Madmen.

(4087) madmenah [mad-may-naw']

feminine from the same as 'domen' (domen); a dunghill:--dunghill.

(4088) Madmenah [mad-may-naw']

the same as 'madmenah' (madmenah); Madmenah, a place in Palestine:--Madmenah.

(4089) Madmannah [mad-man-naw']

a variation for 'madmenah' (madmenah); Madmannah, a place in Palestine:--Madmannah.

(4090) mdan [med-awn']

a form of 'madown' (madown):--discord, strife.

(4091) Mdan [med-awn']

the same as 'mdan' (mdan); Medan, a son of Abraham:--Medan.

(4092) Mdaniy [med-aw-nee']

a variation of 'Midyaniy' (Midyaniy):--Midianite.

(4093) madda` [mad-daw']

or maddai {mad-dah'}; from 'yada`' (yada`); intelligence or consciousness:--knowledge, science, thought.

(4094) madqarah [mad-kaw-raw']

from 'daqar' (daqar); a wound:--piercing.

(4095) madregah [mad-ray-gaw']

from an unused root meaning to step; properly, a step; by implication, a steep or inaccessible place:--stair, steep place.

(4096) midrak [mid-rawk']

from 'darak' (darak); a treading, i.e. a place for stepping on:--(foot-)breadth.

(4097) midrash [mid-rawsh']

from 'darash' (darash); properly, an investigation, i.e. (by implication) a treatise or elaborate compilation:--story.

(4098) mdushshah [med-oosh-shaw']

from 'duwsh' (duwsh); a threshing, i.e. (concretely and figuratively) down-trodden people:--threshing.

(4099) Mdatha [med-aw-thaw']

of Persian origin; Medatha, the father of Haman:--Hammedatha (including the article).

(4100) mah [maw]

or mah {mah}; or ma {maw}; or ma {mah}; also meh {meh}; a primitive particle; properly, interrogative what? (including how? why? when?); but also exclamation, what! (including how!), or indefinitely what (including whatever, and even relatively, that which); often used with prefixes in various adverbial or conjunctive senses:--how (long, oft, (- soever)), (no-)thing, what (end, good, purpose, thing), whereby(-fore, -in, -to, -with), (for) why.

(4101) mah [maw]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mah' (mah):--how great (mighty), that which, what(-soever), why.

(4102) mahahh [maw-hah']

apparently a denominative from 'mah' (mah); properly, to question or hesitate, i.e. (by implication) to be reluctant:--delay, linger, stay selves, tarry.

(4103) mhuwmah [meh-hoo-maw']

from 'huwm' (huwm); confusion or uproar:--destruction, discomfiture, trouble, tumult, vexation, vexed.

(4104) Mhuwman [meh-hoo-mawn']

of Persian origin; Mehuman, a eunuch of Xerxes:--Mehuman.

(4105) Mheytab'el [meh-hay-tab-ale']

from 'yatab' (yatab) (augmented) and ''el' ('el); bettered of God; Mehetabel, the name of an Edomitish man and woman:--Mehetabeel, Mehetabel.

(4106) mahiyr [maw-here']

or mahir {maw-here'}; from 'mahar' (mahar); quick; hence, skilful:--diligent, hasty, ready.

(4107) mahal [maw-hal']

a primitive root; properly, to cut down or reduce, i.e. by implication, to adulterate:--mixed.

(4108) mahlek [mah-lake']

from 'halak' (halak); a walking (plural collectively), i.e. access:--place to walk.

(4109) mahalak [mah-hal-awk']

from 'halak' (halak); a walk, i.e. a passage or a distance:--journey, walk.

(4110) mahalal [mah-hal-awl']

from 'halal' (halal); fame:--praise.

(4111) Mahalal'el [mah-hal-al-ale']

from 'mahalal' (mahalal) and ''el' ('el); praise of God; Mahalalel, the name of an antediluvian patriarch and of an Israelite:--Mahalaleel.

(4112) mahalummah [mah-hal-oom-maw']

from 'halam' (halam); a blow:--stripe, stroke.

(4113) mahamorah [mah-ham-o-raw']

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; perhaps an abyss:--deep pit.

(4114) mahpekah [mah-pay-kaw']

from 'haphak' (haphak); a destruction: --when...overthrew, overthrow(-n).

(4115) mahpeketh [mah-peh'-keth]

from 'haphak' (haphak); a wrench, i.e. the stocks:--prison, stocks.

(4116) mahar [maw-har']

a primitive root; properly, to be liquid or flow easily, i.e. (by implication); to hurry (in a good or a bad sense); often used (with another verb) adverbially, promptly:--be carried headlong, fearful, (cause to make, in, make) haste(-n, -ily), (be) hasty, (fetch, make ready) X quickly, rash, X shortly, (be so) X soon, make speed, X speedily, X straightway, X suddenly, swift.

(4117) mahar [maw-har']

a primitive root (perhaps rather the same as 'mahar' (mahar) through the idea of readiness in assent); to bargain (for a wife), i.e. to wed:--endow, X surely.

(4118) maher [mah-hare']

from 'mahar' (mahar); properly, hurrying; hence (adverbially) in a hurry:--hasteth, hastily, at once, quickly, soon, speedily, suddenly.

(4119) mohar [mo'-har]

from 'mahar' (mahar); a price (for a wife):--dowry.

(4120) mherah [meh-hay-raw']

feminine of 'maher' (maher); properly, a hurry; hence (adverbially) promptly:--hastily, quickly, shortly, soon, make (with) speed(-ily), swiftly.

(4121) Maharay [mah-har-ah'-ee]

from 'mahar' (mahar); hasty; Maharai, an Israelite:--Maharai.

(4122) Maher Shalal Chash Baz [mah-hare' shaw-lawl' khawsh baz]

from 'maher' (maher) and 'shalal' (shalal) and 'chuwsh' (chuwsh) and 'baz' (baz); hasting (is he (the enemy) to the) booty, swift (to the) prey; Maher-Shalal-Chash-Baz; the symbolical name of the son of Isaiah:--Maher-sha-lal-bash-baz.

(4123) mahathallah [mah-hath-al-law']

from 'hathal' (hathal); a delusion:--deceit.

(4124) Mow'ab [mo-awb]

from a prolonged form of the prepositional prefix m- and ''ab' ('ab); from (her (the mother's)) father; Moab, an incestuous son of Lot; also his territory and descendants:--Moab.

(4125) Mow'abiy [mo-aw-bee']

feminine Mownabiyah {mo-aw-bee-yaw'}; or Mowabiyth {mo-aw-beeth'}; patronymical from 'Mow'ab' (Mow'ab); a Moabite or Moabitess, i.e. a descendant from Moab:--(woman) of Moab, Moabite(-ish, -ss).

(4126) mowba' [mo-baw']

by transp. for 'mabow'' (mabow'); an entrance:--coming.

(4127) muwg [moog]

a primitive root; to melt, i.e. literally (to soften, flow down, disappear), or figuratively (to fear, faint):--consume, dissolve, (be) faint(-hearted), melt (away), make soft.

(4128) muwd [mood]

a primitive root; to shake:--measure.

(4129) mowda` [mo-dah']

or rather modao {mo-daw'}; from 'yada`' (yada`); an acquaintance:--kinswoman.

(4130) mowda`ath [mo-dah'-ath]

from 'yada`' (yada`); acquaintance:--kindred.

(4131) mowt [mote]

a primitive root; to waver; by implication , to slip, shake, fall:--be carried, cast, be out of course, be fallen in decay, X exceedingly, fall(-ing down), be (re-)moved, be ready, shake, slide, slip.

(4132) mowt [mote]

from 'mowt' (mowt); a wavering, i.e. fall; by implication, a pole (as shaking); hence, a yoke (as essentially a bent pole):--bar, be moved, staff, yoke.

(4133) mowtah [mo-taw']

feminine of 'mowt' (mowt); a pole; by implication, an ox-bow; hence, a yoke (either literal or figurative):--bands, heavy, staves, yoke.

(4134) muwk [mook]

a primitive root; to become thin, i.e. (figuratively) be impoverished:--be (waxen) poor(-er).

(4135) muwl [mool]

a primitive root; to cut short, i.e. curtail (specifically the prepuce, i.e. to circumcise); by implication, to blunt; figuratively, to destroy:--circumcise(-ing), selves), cut down (in pieces), destroy, X must needs.

(4136) muwl [mool]

or mowl (Deuteronomy 1:1) {mole}; or mowtl (Nehemiah 12:38) {mole}; or mul (Numbers 22:5) {mool}; from 'muwl' (muwl); properly, abrupt, i.e. a precipice; by implication, the front; used only adverbially (with prepositional prefix) opposite:--(over) against, before, (fore-)front, from, (God-)ward, toward, with.

(4137) Mowladah [mo-law-daw']

from 'yalad' (yalad); birth; Moladah, a place in Palestine:--Moladah.

(4138) mowledeth [mo-leh'-deth]

from 'yalad' (yalad); nativity (plural birth-place); by implication, lineage, native country; also offspring, family:--begotten, born, issue, kindred, native(-ity).

(4139) muwlah [moo-law']

from 'muwl' (muwl); circumcision:--circumcision.

(4140) Mowliyd [mo-leed']

from 'yalad' (yalad); genitor; Molid, an Israelite:--Molid.

(4141) muwcab [moo-sawb']

from 'cabab' (cabab); a turn, i.e. circuit (of a building):--winding about.

(4142) muwcabbah [moo-sab-baw']

or mucabbah {moo-sab-baw'}; feminine of 'muwcab' (muwcab); a reversal, i.e. the backside (of a gem), fold (of a double-leaved door), transmutation (of a name):--being changed, inclosed, be set, turning.

(4143) muwcad [moo-sawd']

from 'yacad' (yacad); a foundation:--foundation.

(4144) mowcad [mo-sawd']

from 'yacad' (yacad); a foundation:--foundation.

(4145) muwcadah [moo-saw-daw']

feminine of 'muwcad' (muwcad); a foundation; figuratively, an appointment:--foundation, grounded. Compare 'myuccadah' (myuccadah).

(4146) mowcadah [mo-saw-daw']

or mocadah {mo-saw-daw'}; feminine of 'mowcad' (mowcad); a foundation:--foundation.

(4147) mowcer [mo-sare']

also (in plural) feminine mowcerah {mo-say-raw'}; or mocrah {mo-ser-aw'}; from 'yacar' (yacar); properly, chastisement, i.e. (by implication) a halter; figuratively, restraint:--band, bond.

(4148) muwcar [moo-sawr']

from 'yacar' (yacar); properly, chastisement; figuratively, reproof, warning or instruction; also restraint:--bond, chastening ((-eth)), chastisement, check, correction, discipline, doctrine, instruction, rebuke.

(4149) Mowcerah [mo-say-raw']

or (plural) Mocrowth {mo-ser-othe'} feminine of 'mowcer' (mowcer); correction or corrections; Moserah or Moseroth, a place in the Desert:--Mosera, Moseroth.

(4150) mow`ed [mo-ade']

or moled {mo-ade'}; or (feminine) moweadah (2 Chronicles 8:13) {mo-aw-daw'}; from 'ya`ad' (ya`ad); properly, an appointment, i.e. a fixed time or season; specifically, a festival; conventionally a year; by implication, an assembly (as convened for a definite purpose); technically the congregation; by extension, the place of meeting; also a signal (as appointed beforehand):--appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season, solemn(-ity), synogogue, (set) time (appointed).

(4151) mow`ad [mo-awd']

from 'ya`ad' (ya`ad); properly, an assembly (as in 'mow`ed' (mow`ed)); figuratively, a troop:--appointed time.

(4152) muw`adah [moo-aw-daw']

from 'ya`ad' (ya`ad); an appointed place, i.e. asylum:--appointed.

(4153) Mow`adyah [mo-ad-yaw']

from 'mow`ad' (mow`ad) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); assembly of Jah; Moadjah, an Israelite:--Moadiah. Compare 'Ma`adyah' (Ma`adyah).

(4154) muw`edeth [moo-ay'-deth]

feminine passive participle of 'ma`ad' (ma`ad); properly, made to slip, i.e. dislocated:--out of joint.

(4155) muw`aph [moo-awf']

from '`uwph' (`uwph); properly, covered, i.e. dark; abstractly, obscurity, i.e. distress:--dimness.

(4156) mow`etsah [mo-ay-tsaw']

from 'ya`ats' (ya`ats); a purpose:--counsel, device.

(4157) muw`aqah [moo-aw-kaw']

from '`uwq' (`uwq); pressure, i.e. (figuratively) distress:--affliction.

(4158) Mowpha`ath [mo-fah'-ath]

(Jer. 48:21 or meyphaath {may-fah'-ath}; or mephaath {may-fah'-ath; from 'yapha`' (yapha`); illuminative; Mophaath or Mephaath, a place in Palestine:--Mephaath.

(4159) mowpheth [mo-faith']

or mopheth {mo-faith'}; from 'yaphah' (yaphah) in the sense of conspicuousness; a miracle; by implication, a token or omen:--miracle, sign, wonder(-ed at).

(4160) muwts [moots]

a primitive root; to press, i.e. (figuratively) to oppress:--extortioner.

(4161) mowtsa' [mo-tsaw']

or motsai {mo-tsaw'}; from 'yatsa'' (yatsa'); a going forth, i.e. (the act) an egress, or (the place) an exit; hence, a source or product; specifically, dawn, the rising of the sun (the East), exportation, utterance, a gate, a fountain, a mine, a meadow (as producing grass):--brought out, bud, that which came out, east, going forth, goings out, that which (thing that) is gone out, outgoing, proceeded out, spring, vein, (water-)course (springs).

(4162) mowtsa' [mo-tsaw']

the same as 'mowtsa'' (mowtsa'); Motsa, the name of two Israelites:--Moza.

(4163) mowtsa'ah [mo-tsaw-aw']

feminine of 'mowtsa'' (mowtsa'); a family descent; also a sewer (marg.; compare 'tsow'ah' (tsow'ah)):--draught house; going forth.

(4164) muwtsaq [moo-tsak']

or muwtsaq {moo-tsawk'}; from 'yatsaq' (yatsaq); narrowness; figuratively, distress:--anguish, is straitened, straitness.

(4165) muwtsaq [moo-tsawk']

from '`agiyl' (`agiyl); properly, fusion, i.e. literally, a casting (of metal); figuratively, a mass (of clay):--casting, hardness.