Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(4166) muwtsaqah [moo-tsaw-kaw']

or mutsaqah {moo-tsaw-kaw'}; from 'yatsaq' (yatsaq); properly, something poured out, i.e. a casting (of metal); by implication, a tube (as cast):--when it was cast, pipe.

(4167) muwq [mook]

a primitive root; to jeer, i.e. (intens.) blaspheme:--be corrupt.

(4168) mowqed [mo-kade']

from 'yaqad' (yaqad); a fire or fuel; abstractly, a conflagration:--burning, hearth.

(4169) mowqdah [mo-ked-aw']

feminine of 'mowqed' (mowqed); fuel:--burning.

(4170) mowqesh [mo-kashe']

or moqesh {mo-kashe'}; from 'yaqosh' (yaqosh); a noose (for catching animals) (literally or figuratively): by implication, a hook (for the nose):--be ensnared, gin, (is) snare(-d), trap.

(4171) muwr [moor]

a primitive root; to alter; by implication, to barter, to dispose of:--X at all, (ex-)change, remove.

(4172) mowra' [mo-raw']

or morat {mo-raw'}; or morah (Psa. 9:20) {mo-raw'}; from 'yare'' (yare'); fear; by implication, a fearful thing or deed:--dread, (that ought to be) fear(-ed), terribleness, terror.

(4173) mowrag [mo-rag']

or morag {mo-rag'}; from an unused root meaning to triturate; a threshing sledge:--threshing instrument.

(4174) mowrad [mo-rawd']

from 'yarad' (yarad); a descent; as architecture, an ornamental appendage, perhaps a festoon:--going down, steep place, thin work.

(4175) mowreh [mo-reh']

from 'yarah' (yarah); an archer; also teacher or teaching; also the early rain (see 'yowreh' (yowreh)):--(early) rain.

(4176) Mowreh [mo-reh']

or Moreh {mo-reh'}; the same as 'mowreh' (mowreh); Moreh, a Canaanite; also a hill (perhaps named from him):--Moreh.

(4177) mowrah [mo-raw']

from 'muwr' (muwr) in the sense of shearing; a razor:--razor.

(4178) mowrat [mo-rawt']

from 'yarat' (yarat); obstinate, i.e. independent:--peeled.

(4179) Mowriyah [mo-ree-yaw']

or Moriyah {mo-ree-yaw'}; from 'ra'ah' (ra'ah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); seen of Jah; Morijah, a hill in Palestine:--Moriah.

(4180) mowrash [mo-rawsh']

from 'yarash' (yarash); a possession; figuratively, delight:-- possession, thought.

(4181) mowrashah [mo-raw-shaw']

feminine of 'mowrash' (mowrash); a possession:--heritage, inheritance, possession.

(4182) Mowresheth Gath [mo-reh'-sheth gath]

from 'yarash' (yarash) and 'Gath' (Gath); possession of Gath; Moresheth-Gath, a place in Palestine:--Moresheth-gath.

(4183) Morashtiy [mo-rash-tee']

patrial from 'Mowresheth Gath' (Mowresheth Gath); a Morashtite or inhabitant of Moresheth-Gath:--Morashthite.

(4184) muwsh [moosh]

a primitive root; to touch:--feel, handle.

(4185) muwsh [moosh]

a primitive root (perhaps rather the same as 'muwsh' (muwsh) through the idea of receding by contact); to withdraw (both literally and figuratively, whether intransitive or transitive):--cease, depart, go back, remove, take away.

(4186) mowshab [mo-shawb']

or moshab {mo-shawb'}; from 'yashab' (yashab); a seat; figuratively, a site; abstractly, a session; by extension an abode (the place or the time); by implication, population:--assembly, dwell in, dwelling(-place), wherein (that) dwelt (in), inhabited place, seat, sitting, situation, sojourning.

(4187) Muwshiy [moo-shee']

or Mushshiy {mush-shee'}; from 'muwsh' (muwsh); sensitive; Mushi, a Levite:--Mushi.

(4188) Muwshiy [moo-shee']

patronymical from 'Muwshiy' (Muwshiy); a Mushite (collectively) or descendants of Mushi:--Mushites.

(4189) mowshkah [mo-shek-aw']

act participle feminine of 'mashak' (mashak); something drawing, i.e. (figuratively) a cord:--band.

(4190) mowsha`ah [mo-shaw-aw']

from 'yasha`' (yasha`); deliverance:--salvation.

(4191) muwth [mooth]

a primitive root: to die (literally or figuratively); causatively, to kill:--X at all, X crying, (be) dead (body, man, one), (put to, worthy of) death, destroy(-er), (cause to, be like to, must) die, kill, necro(-mancer), X must needs, slay, X surely, X very suddenly, X in (no) wise.

(4192) Muwth [mooth]

(Psalm ''Abiyram' ('Abiyram) or Muwth lab-ben {mooth lab-bane'}; from 'muwth' (muwth) and 'ben' (ben) with the preposition and article interposed; "To die for the son", probably the title of a popular song:--death, Muthlabben.

(4193) mowth [mohth]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'maveth' (maveth); death:--death.

(4194) maveth [maw'-veth]

from 'muwth' (muwth); death (natural or violent); concretely, the dead, their place or state (hades); figuratively, pestilence, ruin:--(be) dead((-ly)), death, die(-d).

(4195) mowthar [mo-thar']

from 'yathar' (yathar); literally, gain; figuratively, superiority:--plenteousness, preeminence, profit.

(4196) mizbeach [miz-bay'-akh]

from 'zabach' (zabach); an altar:--altar.

(4197) mezeg [meh'-zeg]

from an unused root meaning to mingle (water with wine); tempered wine:--liquor.

(4198) mazeh [maw-zeh']

from an unused root meaning to suck out; exhausted:--burnt.

(4199) Mizzah [miz-zaw']

probably from an unused root meaning to faint with fear; terror; Mizzah, an Edomite:--Mizzah.

(4200) mezev [meh'-zev]

probably from an unused root meaning to gather in; a granary:--garner.

(4201) mzuwzah [mez-oo-zaw']

or mzuzah {mez-oo-zaw'}; from the same as 'ziyz' (ziyz); a door-post (as prominent):--(door, side) post.

(4202) mazown [maw-zone']

from 'zuwn' (zuwn); food:--meat, victual.

(4203) mazown [maw-zone']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mazown' (mazown):--meat.

(4204) mazowr [maw-zore']

from 'zuwr' (zuwr) in the sense of turning aside from truth; treachery, i.e. a plot:--wound.

(4205) mazowr [maw-zore']

or mazor {maw-zore'}; from 'zuwr' (zuwr) in the sense of binding up; a bandage, i.e. remedy; hence, a sore (as needing a compress):--bound up, wound.

(4206) maziyach [maw-zee'-akh]

or mezach {may-zakh'}; from 'zachach' (zachach); a belt (as movable):--girdle, strength.

(4207) mazleg [maz-layg']

or (feminine) mizlagah {miz-law-gaw'}; from an unused root meaning to draw up; a fork:--fleshhook.

(4208) mazzalah [maz-zaw-law']

apparently from 'nazal' (nazal) in the sense of raining; a constellation, i.e. Zodiacal sign (perhaps as affecting the weather):--planet. Compare 'mazzarah' (mazzarah).

(4209) mzimmah [mez-im-maw']

from 'zamam' (zamam); a plan, usually evil (machination), sometimes good (sagacity):--(wicked) device, discretion, intent, witty invention, lewdness, mischievous (device), thought, wickedly.

(4210) mizmowr [miz-more']

from 'zamar' (zamar); properly, instrumental music; by implication, a poem set to notes:--psalm.

(4211) mazmerah [maz-may-raw']

from 'zamar' (zamar); a pruning-knife:--pruning-hook.

(4212) mzammrah [mez-am-mer-aw']

from 'zamar' (zamar); a tweezer (only in the plural):--snuffers.

(4213) miz`ar [miz-awr']

from the same as 'ze`eyr' (ze`eyr); fewness; by implication, as superl. diminutiveness:--few, X very.

(4214) mizreh [miz-reh']

from 'zarah' (zarah); a winnowing shovel (as scattering the chaff):--fan.

(4215) mzareh [mez-aw-reh']

apparently from 'zarah' (zarah); properly, a scatterer, i.e. the north wind (as dispersing clouds; only in plural):--north.

(4216) mazzarah [maz-zaw-raw']

apparently from 'nazar' (nazar) in the sense of distinction; some noted constellation (only in the plural), perhaps collectively, the zodiac:--Mazzoroth. Compare 'mazzalah' (mazzalah).

(4217) mizrach [miz-rawkh']

from 'zarach' (zarach); sunrise, i.e. the east:--east (side, -ward), (sun-)rising (of the sun).

(4218) mizra` [miz-raw']

from 'zara`' (zara`); a planted field:--thing sown.

(4219) mizraq [miz-rawk']

from 'zaraq' (zaraq); a bowl (as if for sprinkling):--bason, bowl.

(4220) meach [may'-akh]

from 'machah' (machah) in the sense of greasing; fat; figuratively, rich:--fatling (one).

(4221) moach [mo'-akh]

from the same as 'meach' (meach); fat, i.e. marrow:--marrow.

(4222) macha' [maw-khaw']

a primitive root; to rub or strike the hands together (in exultation):--clap.

(4223) mcha' [mekh-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'macha'' (macha'); to strike in pieces; also to arrest; specifically to impale:--hang, smite, stay.

(4224) machabe' [makh-ab-ay']

or machaboo {makh-ab-o'}; from 'chaba'' (chaba'); a refuge:--hiding (lurking) place.

(4225) machbereth [makh-beh'-reth]

from 'chabar' (chabar); a junction, i.e. seam or sewed piece:--coupling.

(4226) mchabbrah [mekh-ab-ber-aw']

from 'chabar' (chabar); a joiner, i.e. brace or cramp:--coupling, joining.

(4227) machabath [makh-ab-ath']

from the same as 'chabeth' (chabeth); a pan for baking in:--pan.

(4228) machagoreth [makh-ag-o'-reth]

from 'chagar' (chagar); a girdle:--girding.

(4229) machah [maw-khaw']

a primitive root; properly, to stroke or rub; by implication, to erase; also to smooth (as if with oil), i.e. grease or make fat; also to touch, i.e. reach to:--abolish, blot out, destroy, full of marrow, put out, reach unto, X utterly, wipe (away, out).

(4230) mchuwgah [mekk-oo-gaw']

from 'chuwg' (chuwg); an instrument for marking a circle, i.e. compasses:--compass.

(4231) machowz [maw-khoze']

from an unused root meaning to enclose; a harbor (as shut in by the shore):--haven.

(4232) Mchuwya'el [mekh-oo-yaw-ale']

or Mchiyyauel {mekh-ee-yaw-ale'}; from 'machah' (machah) and ''el' ('el); smitten of God; Mechujael or Mechijael, an anxediluvian patriarch:--Mehujael.

(4233) Machaviym [makh-av-eem']

apparently a patrial, but from an unknown place (in the plural only for a singular); a Machavite or inhabitant of some place named Machaveh:--Mahavite.

(4234) machowl [maw-khole']

from 'chuwl' (chuwl); a (round) dance:--dance(-cing).

(4235) Machowl [maw-khole']

the same as 'machowl' (machowl); dancing; Machol, an Israelite:--Mahol.

(4236) machazeh [makh-az-eh']

from 'chazah' (chazah); a vision:--vision.

(4237) mechezah [mekh-ez-aw']

from 'chazah' (chazah); a window:--light.

(4238) Machaziy'owth [makh-az-ee-oth']

feminine plural from 'chazah' (chazah); visions; Machazioth, an Israelite:--Mahazioth.

(4239) mchiy [mekh-ee']

from 'machah' (machah); a stroke, i.e. battering-ram:--engines.

(4240) Mchiyda' [mek-ee-daw']

from 'chuwd' (chuwd); junction; Mechida, one of the Nethinim:--Mehida.

(4241) michyah [mikh-yaw']

from 'chayah' (chayah); preservation of life; hence, sustenance; also the live flesh, i.e. the quick:--preserve life, quick, recover selves, reviving, sustenance, victuals.

(4242) mchiyr [mekk-eer']

from an unused root meaning to buy; price, payment, wages:--gain, hire, price, sold, worth.

(4243) Mchiyr [mekh-eer']

the same as 'mchiyr' (mchiyr); price; Mechir, an Israelite:--Mehir.

(4244) Machlah [makh-law']

from 'chalah' (chalah); sickness; Machlah, the name apparently of two Israelitesses:--Mahlah.

(4245) machaleh [makh-al-eh']

or (feminine) machalah {makk-al-aw'}; from 'chalah' (chalah); sickness:--disease, infirmity, sickness.

(4246) mchowlah [mek-o-law']

feminine of 'machashabah' (machashabah); a dance:--company, dances(-cing).

(4247) mchillah [mekh-il-law']

from 'chalal' (chalal); a cavern (as if excavated):--cave.

(4248) Machlown [makh-lone']

from 'chalah' (chalah); sick; Machlon, an Israelite:--Mahlon.

(4249) Machliy [makh-lee']

from 'chalah' (chalah); sick; Machli, the name of two Israelites:--Mahli.

(4250) Machliy [makh-lee']

patronymical from 'Machliy' (Machliy); a Machlite or (collectively) descendants of Machli:--Mahlites.

(4251) machluy [makh-loo'-ee]

from 'chalah' (chalah); a disease:--disease.

(4252) machalaph [makh-al-awf']

from 'chalaph' (chalaph); a (sacrificial) knife (as gliding through the flesh):--knife.

(4253) machlaphah [makh-law-faw']

from 'chalaph' (chalaph); a ringlet of hair (as gliding over each other):--lock.

(4254) machalatsah [makh-al-aw-tsaw']

from 'chalats' (chalats); a mantle (as easily drawn off):--changeable suit of apparel, change of raiment.

(4255) machlqah [makh-lek-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'machaloqeth' (machaloqeth); a section (of the Levites):--course.

(4256) machaloqeth [makh-al-o'-keth]

from 'chalaq' (chalaq); a section (of Levites, people or soldiers):--company, course, division, portion. See also 'Cela` ham-machlqowth' (Cela` ham-machlqowth).

(4257) machalath [makh-al-ath']

from 'chalah' (chalah); sickness; Machalath, probably the title (initial word) of a popular song:--Mahalath.

(4258) Machalath [makh-al-ath']

the same as 'machalath' (machalath); sickness; Machalath, the name of an Ishmaelitess and of an Israelitess:--Mahalath.

(4259) Mcholathiy [mekh-o-law-thee']

patrial from ''Abel Mchowlah' ('Abel Mchowlah); a Mecholathite or inhabitant of Abel-Mecholah:--Mecholathite.

(4260) machama'ah [makh-am-aw-aw']

a denominative from 'chem'ah' (chem'ah); something buttery (i.e. unctuous and pleasant), as (figuratively) flattery:--X than butter.

(4261) machmad [makh-mawd']

from 'chamad' (chamad); delightful; hence, a delight, i.e. object of affection or desire:--beloved, desire, goodly, lovely, pleasant (thing).

(4262) machmud [makh-mood']

or machmuwd {makh-mood'}; from 'chamad' (chamad); desired; hence, a valuable:--pleasant thing.

(4263) machmal [makh-mawl']

from 'chamal' (chamal); properly, sympathy; (by paronomasia with 'machmad' (machmad)) delight:--pitieth.

(4264) machaneh [makh-an-eh']

from 'chanah' (chanah); an encampment (of travellers or troops); hence, an army, whether literal (of soldiers) or figurative (of dancers, angels, cattle, locusts, stars; or even the sacred courts):-- army, band, battle, camp, company, drove, host, tents.

(4265) Machaneh-Dan [makh-an-ay'-dawn]

from 'machaneh' (machaneh) and 'Dan' (Dan); camp of Dan; Machaneh-Dan, a place in Palestine:--Mahaneh-dan.

(4266) Machanayim [makh-an-ah'-yim]

dual of 'machaneh' (machaneh); double camp; Machanajim, a place in Palestine:--Mahanaim.