Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(4267) machanaq [makh-an-ak']

from 'chanaq' (chanaq): choking:--strangling.

(4268) machaceh [makh-as-eh']

or machceh {makh-seh'}; from 'chacah' (chacah); a shelter (literally or figuratively):--hope, (place of) refuge, shelter, trust.

(4269) machcowm [makh-sohm']

from 'chacam' (chacam); a muzzle:--bridle.

(4270) machcowr [makh-sore']

or machcor {makh-sore'}; from 'chacer' (chacer); deficiency; hence, impoverishment:--lack, need, penury, poor, poverty, want.

(4271) Machceyah [makh-say-yaw']

from 'machaceh' (machaceh) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); refuge of (i.e. in) Jah; Machsejah, an Israelite:--Maaseiah.

(4272) machats [maw-khats']

a primitive root; to dash asunder; by implication, to crush, smash or violently plunge; figuratively, to subdue or destroy:--dip, pierce (through), smite (through), strike through, wound.

(4273) machats [makh'-ats]

from 'machats' (machats); a contusion:--stroke.

(4274) machtseb [makh-tsabe']

from 'chatsab' (chatsab); properly, a hewing; concretely, a quarry:--hewed(-n).

(4275) mechetsah [mekh-ets-aw']

from 'chatsah' (chatsah); a halving:--half.

(4276) machatsiyth [makh-ats-eeth']

from 'chatsah' (chatsah); a halving or the middle:--half (so much), mid(-day).

(4277) machaq [maw-khak']

a primitive root; to crush:--smite off.

(4278) mechqar [mekh-kawr']

from 'chaqar' (chaqar); properly, scrutinized, i.e. (by implication) a recess:--deep place.

(4279) machar [maw-khar']

probably from ''achar' ('achar); properly, deferred, i.e. the morrow; usually (adverbially) tomorrow; indefinitely, hereafter:--time to come, tomorrow.

(4280) machara'ah [makh-ar-aw-aw']

from the same as 'chere'' (chere'); a sink:--draught house.

(4281) machareshah [makh-ar-ay-shaw']

from 'charash' (charash); probably a pick-axe:--mattock.

(4282) macharesheth [makh-ar-eh'-sheth]

from 'charash' (charash); probably a hoe:--share.

(4283) mochorath [mokh-or-awth']

or mochoratham (1 Sam. 30:17) {mokh-or-aw- thawm'}; feminine from the same as 'machar' (machar); the morrow or (adverbially) tomorrow:--morrow, next day.

(4284) machashabah [makh-ash-aw-baw']

or machashebeth {makh-ash-eh'-beth}; from 'chashab' (chashab); a contrivance, i.e. (concretely) a texture, machine, or (abstractly) intention, plan (whether bad, a plot; or good, advice):--cunning (work), curious work, device(-sed), imagination, invented, means, purpose, thought.

(4285) machshak [makh-shawk']

from 'chashak' (chashak); darkness; concretely, a dark place:--dark(-ness, place).

(4286) machsoph [makh-sofe']

from 'chasaph' (chasaph); a peeling:--made appear.

(4287) Machath [makh'-ath]

probably from 'machah' (machah); erasure; Machath, the name of two Israelites:--Mahath.

(4288) mchittah [mekh-it-taw']

from 'chathah' (chathah); properly, a dissolution; concretely, a ruin, or (abstractly) consternation:--destruction, dismaying, ruin, terror.

(4289) machtah [makh-taw']

the same as 'mchittah' (mchittah) in the sense of removal; a pan for live coals:--censer, firepan, snuffdish.

(4290) machtereth [makh-teh'-reth]

from 'chathar' (chathar); a burglary; figuratively, unexpected examination:--breaking up, secret search.

(4291) mta' [met-aw']

(Aramaic) or mtah (Aramaic) {met-aw'}; apparently corresponding to 'matsa'' (matsa') in the intransitive sense of being found present; to arrive, extend or happen:--come, reach.

(4292) mat'ate' [mat-at-ay']

apparently a denominative from 'tiyt' (tiyt); a broom (as removing dirt (compare Engl. "to dust", i.e. remove dust)):--besom.

(4293) matbeach [mat-bay'-akh]

from 'tabach' (tabach); slaughter:--slaughter.

(4294) matteh [mat-teh']

or (feminine) mattah {mat-taw'}; from 'natah' (natah); a branch (as extending); figuratively, a tribe; also a rod, whether for chastising (figuratively, correction), ruling (a sceptre), throwing (a lance), or walking (a staff; figuratively, a support of life, e.g. bread):--rod, staff, tribe.

(4295) mattah [mat'-taw]

from '`avar' (`avar) with directive enclitic appended; downward, below or beneath; often adverbially with or without prefixes:-- beneath, down(-ward), less, very low, under(-neath).

(4296) mittah [mit-taw']

from 'natah' (natah); a bed (as extended) for sleeping or eating; by analogy, a sofa, litter or bier:--bed((-chamber)), bier.

(4297) mutteh [moot-teh']

from 'natah' (natah); a stretching, i.e. distortion (figuratively, iniquity):--perverseness.

(4298) muttah [moot-taw']

from 'natah' (natah); expansion:--stretching out.

(4299) matveh [mat-veh']

from 'tavah' (tavah); something spun:--spun.

(4300) mtiyl [met-eel']

from 'tuwl' (tuwl) in the sense of hammering out; an iron bar (as forged):--bar.

(4301) matmown [mat-mone']

or matmon {mat-mone'}; or matmun {mat-moon'}; from 'taman' (taman); a secret storehouse; hence, a secreted valuable (buried); generally money:--hidden riches, (hid) treasure(-s).

(4302) matta` [mat-taw']

from 'nata`' (nata`); something planted, i.e. the place (a garden or vineyard), or the thing (a plant, figuratively or men); by implication, the act, planting:--plant(-ation, -ing).

(4303) mat`am [mat-am']

or (feminine) matiammah {mat-am-maw'}; from 'ta`am' (ta`am); a delicacy:--dainty (meat), savoury meat.

(4304) mitpachath [mit-pakh'-ath]

from 'taphach' (taphach); a wide cloak (for a woman):--vail, wimple.

(4305) matar [maw-tar']

a primitive root; to rain:--(cause to) rain (upon).

(4306) matar [maw-tawr']

from 'matar' (matar); rain:--rain.

(4307) mattara' [mat-taw-raw']

or mattarah {mat-taw-raw'}; from 'natar' (natar); a jail (as a guard-house); also an aim (as being closely watched):--mark, prison.

(4308) Matred [mat-rade']

from 'tarad' (tarad); propulsive; Matred, an Edomitess:--Matred.

(4309) Matriy [mat-ree']

from 'matar' (matar); rainy; Matri, an Israelite:--Matri.

(4310) miy [me]

an interrogative pronoun of persons, as 'mah' (mah) is of things, who? (occasionally, by a peculiar idiom, of things); also (indefinitely) whoever; often used in oblique construction with prefix or suffix:--any (man), X he, X him, + O that! what, which, who(-m, -se, -soever), + would to God.

(4311) Meydba' [may-deb-aw']

from 'mayim' (mayim) and 'dobe'' (dobe'); water of quiet; Medeba, a place in Palestine:--Medeba.

(4312) Meydad [may-dawd']

from 'yadad' (yadad) in the sense of loving; affectionate; Medad, an Israelite:--Medad.

(4313) Mey hay-Yarqown [may hah'-ee-yar-kone']

from 'mayim' (mayim) and 'yeraqown' (yeraqown) with the art. interposed; water of the yellowness; Me-haj-Jarkon, a place in Palestine:--Me-jarkon.

(4314) Mey Zahab [may zaw-hawb']

from 'mayim' (mayim) and 'zahab' (zahab), water of gold; Me-Zahab, an Edomite:--Mezahab.

(4315) meytab [may-tawb']

from 'yatab' (yatab); the best part:--best.

(4316) Miyka' [mee-kaw']

a variation for 'Miykah' (Miykah); Mica, the name of two Israelites:--Micha.

(4317) Miyka'el [me-kaw-ale']

from 'miy' (miy) and (the prefix derivative from) 'kiy' (kiy) and ''el' ('el); who (is) like God?; Mikael, the name of an archangel and of nine Israelites:--Michael.

(4318) Miykah [mee-kaw']

an abbrev. of 'Miykayah' (Miykayah); Micah, the name of seven Israelites:--Micah, Micaiah, Michah.

(4319) Miykahuw [me-kaw'-hoo]

a contr. for 'Miykayhuw' (Miykayhuw); Mikehu, an Israelite prophet:--Micaiah (2 Chronicles 18:8).

(4320) Miykayah [me-kaw-yaw']

from 'miy' (miy) and (the prefix derivative from) 'kiy' (kiy) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); who (is) like Jah?; Micajah, the name of two Israelites:--Micah, Michaiah. Compare 'Miykah' (Miykah).

(4321) Miykayhuw [me-kaw-yeh-hoo']

or Mikayhuw (Jeremiah 36:11) {me-kaw-yeh-hoo'}; abbrev. for 'Miykayahuw' (Miykayahuw); Mikajah, the name of three Israelites:--Micah, Micaiah, Michaiah.

(4322) Miykayahuw [me-kaw-yaw'-hoo]

for 'Miykayah' (Miykayah); Mikajah, the name of an Israelite and an Israelitess:--Michaiah.

(4323) miykal [me-kawl']

from 'yakol' (yakol); properly, a container, i.e. a streamlet:--brook.

(4324) Miykal [me-kawl']

apparently the same as 'miykal' (miykal); revulet; Mikal, Saul's daughter:--Michal.

(4325) mayim [mah'-yim]

dual of a primitive noun (but used in a singular sense); water; figuratively, juice; by euphemism, urine, semen:--+ piss, wasting, water(-ing, (-course, -flood, -spring)).

(4326) Miyamin [me-yaw-meem']

a form for 'Minyamiyn' (Minyamiyn); Mijamin, the name of three Israelites:--Miamin, Mijamin.

(4327) miyn [meen]

from an unused root meaning to portion out; a sort, i.e. species:--kind. Compare 'min' (min).

(4328) myuccadah [meh-yoos-saw-daw']

properly, feminine passive participle of 'yacad' (yacad); something founded, i.e. a foundation:--foundation.

(4329) meycak [may-sawk']

from 'cakak' (cakak); a portico (as covered):--covert.

(4330) miyts [meets]

from 'muwts' (muwts); pressure:--churning, forcing, wringing.

(4331) Meysha' [may-shaw']

from 'muwsh' (muwsh); departure; Mesha, a place in Arabia; also an Israelite:--Mesha.

(4332) Miysha'el [mee-shaw-ale']

from 'miy' (miy) and ''el' ('el) with the abbrev. insep. relatively (see ''aher' ('aher)) interposed; who (is) what God (is)?; Mishael, the name of three Israelites:--Mishael.

(4333) Miysha'el [mee-shaw-ale']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Miysha'el' (Miysha'el); Mishael, an Israelite:--Mishael.

(4334) miyshowr [mee-shore']

or miyshor {mee-shore'}; from 'yashar' (yashar); a level, i.e. a plain (often used (with the article prefix) as a properly, name of certain districts); figuratively, concord; also straightness, i.e. (figuratively) justice (sometimes adverbially, justly):--equity, even place, plain, right(-eously), (made) straight, uprightness.

(4335) Meyshak [may-shak']

borrowed from 'Meyshak' (Meyshak); Meshak, an Israelite:--Meshak.

(4336) Meyshak [may-shak']

(Aramaic) of foreign origin and doubtful significance; Meshak, the Babylonian name of 'Miysha'el' (Miysha'el):--Meshak.

(4337) Meysha` [may-shah']

from 'yasha`' (yasha`); safety; Mesha, an Israelite:--Mesha.

(4338) Meysha` [may-shaw']

a variation for 'Meysha`' (Meysha`); safety; Mesha, a Moabite:--Mesha.

(4339) meyshar [may-shawr']

from 'yashar' (yashar); evenness, i.e. (figuratively) prosperity or concord; also straightness, i.e. (figuratively) rectitude (only in plural with singular sense; often adverbially):--agreement, aright, that are equal, equity, (things that are) right(-eously, things), sweetly, upright(-ly, -ness).

(4340) meythar [may-thar']

from 'yathar' (yathar); a cord (of a tent) (compare 'yether' (yether)) or the string (of a bow):--cord, string.

(4341) mak'ob [mak-obe']

sometimes makcowb {mak-obe'}; also (feminine Isaiah 53:3) makfobah {mak-o-baw'}; from 'ka'ab' (ka'ab); anguish or (figuratively) affliction:--grief, pain, sorrow.

(4342) makbiyr [mak-beer']

transitive participle of 'kabar' (kabar); plenty:--abundance.

(4343) Makbena' [mak-bay-naw']

from the same as 'Kabbown' (Kabbown); knoll; Macbena, a place in Palestine settled by him:--Machbenah.

(4344) Makbannay [mak-ban-nah'-ee]

patrial from 'Makbena'' (Makbena'); a Macbannite or native of Macbena:--Machbanai.

(4345) makber [mak-bare']

from 'kabar' (kabar) in the sense of covering (compare 'kbarah' (kbarah)); a grate:--grate.

(4346) makbar [mak-bawr']

from 'kabar' (kabar) in the sense of covering; a cloth (as netted (compare 'makber' (makber))):--thick cloth.

(4347) makkah [mak-kaw']

or (masculine) makkeh {muk-keh'}; (plural only) from 'nakah' (nakah); a blow (in ''ab' ('ab) Chronicles 2:10, of the flail); by implication, a wound; figuratively, carnage, also pestilence:--beaten, blow, plague, slaughter, smote, X sore, stripe, stroke, wound((-ed)).

(4348) mikvah [mik-vaw']

from 'kavah' (kavah); a burn:--that burneth, burning.

(4349) makown [maw-kone']

from 'kuwn' (kuwn); properly, a fixture, i.e. a basis; generally a place, especially as an abode:--foundation, habitation, (dwelling-, settled) place.

(4350) mkownah [mek-o-naw']

or mkonah {mek-o-naw'}; feminine of 'makown' (makown); a pedestal, also a spot:--base.

(4351) mkuwrah [mek-oo-raw']

or mkorah {mek-o-raw'}; from the same as 'kuwr' (kuwr) in the sense of dipping; origin (as if a mine):--birth, habitation, nativity.

(4352) Makiy [maw-kee']

probably from 'muwk' (muwk); pining; Maki, an Israelite:--Machi.

(4353) Makiyr [maw-keer']

from 'makar' (makar); salesman; Makir, an Israelite:--Machir.

(4354) Makiyriy [maw-kee-ree']

patronymical from 'Makiyr' (Makiyr); a Makirite or descend. of Makir:--of Machir.

(4355) makak [maw-kak']

a primitive root; to tumble (in ruins); figuratively, to perish:--be brought low, decay.

(4356) mikla'ah [mik-law-aw']

or miklah {mik-law'}; from 'kala'' (kala'); a pen (for flocks):--((sheep-))fold. Compare 'miklah' (miklah).

(4357) miklah [mik-law']

from 'kalah' (kalah); completion (in plural concrete adverbial, wholly):--perfect. Compare 'mikla'ah' (mikla'ah).

(4358) miklowl [mik-lole']

from 'kalal' (kalal); perfection (i.e. concrete adverbial, splendidly):--most gorgeously, all sorts.

(4359) miklal [mik-lawl']

from 'kalal' (kalal); perfection (of beauty):--perfection.

(4360) miklul [mik-lool']

from 'kalal' (kalal); something perfect, i.e. a splendid garment:--all sorts.

(4361) makkoleth [mak-ko'-leth]

from ''akal' ('akal); nourishment:--food.

(4362) mikman [mik-man']

from the same as 'kammon' (kammon) in the sense of hiding; treasure (as hidden):--treasure.

(4363) Mikmac [mik-maws']

(Ezra 2:2 or Mikmash {mik-mawsh'}; or Mikmash (Neh. 11:31) {mik-mash'}; from 'kamac' (kamac); hidden; Mikmas or Mikmash, a place in Palestine:--Mikmas, Mikmash.

(4364) makmar [mak-mawr']

or mikmor {mik-more'}; from 'kamar' (kamar) in the sense of blackening by heat; a (hunter's) net (as dark from concealment):--net.

(4365) mikmereth [mik-meh'-reth]

or mikmoreth {mik-mo'-reth}; feminine of 'makmar' (makmar); a (fisher's) net:--drag, net.

(4366) Mikmthath [mik-meth-awth']

apparently from an unused root meaning to hide; concealment; Mikmethath, a place in Palestine:--Michmethath.

(4367) Maknadbay [mak-nad-bah'-ee]

from 'mah' (mah) and 'nadab' (nadab) with a particle interposed; what (is) like (a) liberal (man)?; Maknadbai, an Israelite:--Machnadebai.