Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(4368) Mkonah [mek-o-naw']

the same as 'mkownah' (mkownah); a base; Mekonah, a place in Palestine:--Mekonah.

(4369) mkunah [mek-oo-naw']

the same as 'mkownah' (mkownah); a spot:--base.

(4370) miknac [mik-nawce']

from 'kamac' (kamac) in the sense of hiding; (only in dual) drawers (from concealing the private parts):--breeches.

(4371) mekec [meh'-kes]

probably from an unused root meaning to enumerate; an assessment (as based upon a census):--tribute.

(4372) mikceh [mik-seh']

from 'kacah' (kacah); a covering, i.e. weather-boarding:--covering.

(4373) mikcah [mik-saw']

feminine of 'mekec' (mekec); an enumeration; by implication, a valuation:--number, worth.

(4374) mkacceh [mek-as-seh']

from 'kacah' (kacah); a covering, i.e. garment; specifically, a coverlet (for a bed), an awning (from the sun); also the omentum (as covering the intestines):--clothing, to cover, that which covereth.

(4375) Makpelah [mak-pay-law']

from 'kaphal' (kaphal); a fold; Makpelah, a place in Palestine:--Machpelah.

(4376) makar [maw-kar']

a primitive root; to sell, literally (as merchandise, a daughter in marriage, into slavery), or figuratively (to surrender):--X at all, sell (away, -er, self).

(4377) meker [meh'-ker]

from 'makar' (makar); merchandise; also value:--pay, price, ware.

(4378) makkar [mak-kawr']

from 'nakar' (nakar); an acquaintance:--acquaintance.

(4379) mikreh [mik-reh']

from 'karah' (karah); a pit (for salt):--(salt-)pit.

(4380) mkerah [mek-ay-raw']

probably from the same as 'kuwr' (kuwr) in the sense of stabbing; a sword:--habitation.

(4381) Mikriy [mik-ree']

from 'makar' (makar); salesman; Mikri, an Israelite:--Michri.

(4382) Mkerathiy [mek-ay-raw-thee']

patrial from an unused name (the same as 'mkerah' (mkerah)) of a place in Palestine: a Mekerathite, or inhabitant of Mekerah:-- Mecherathite.

(4383) mikshowl [mik-shole']

or mikshol {mik-shole'}; masculine from 'kashal' (kashal); a stumbling-block, literally or figuratively (obstacle, enticement (specifically an idol), scruple):--caused to fall, offence, X (no-)thing offered, ruin, stumbling-block.

(4384) makshelah [mak-shay-law']

feminine from 'kashal' (kashal); a stumbling-block, but only figuratively (fall, enticement (idol)):--ruin, stumbling-block.

(4385) miktab [mik-tawb']

from 'kathab' (kathab); a thing written, the characters, or a document (letter, copy, edict, poem):--writing.

(4386) mkittah [mek-it-taw']

from 'kathath' (kathath); a fracture:--bursting.

(4387) miktam [mik-tawm']

from 'katham' (katham); an engraving, i.e. (techn.) a poem:--Michtam.

(4388) maktesh [mak-taysh']

from 'kathash' (kathash); a mortar; by analogy, a socket (of a tooth):--hollow place, mortar.

(4389) Maktesh [mak-taysh']

the same as 'maktesh' (maktesh); dell; the Maktesh, a place in Jerusalem:--Maktesh.

(4390) male' [maw-lay']

or malae (Esth. 7:5) {maw-law'}; a primitive root, to fill or (intransitively) be full of, in a wide application (literally and figuratively):--accomplish, confirm, + consecrate, be at an end, be expired, be fenced, fill, fulfil, (be, become, X draw, give in, go) full(-ly, -ly set, tale), (over-)flow, fulness, furnish, gather (selves, together), presume, replenish, satisfy, set, space, take a (hand-)full, + have wholly.

(4391) mla' [mel-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'male'' (male'); to fill:--fill, be full.

(4392) male' [maw-lay']

from 'male'' (male'); full (literally or figuratively) or filling (literally); also (concretely) fulness; adverbially, fully:--X she that was with child, fill(-ed, -ed with), full(-ly), multitude, as is worth.

(4393) mlo' [mel-o']

rarely mlowf {mel-o'}; or mlow (Ezekiel 41:8), {mel-o'}; from 'male'' (male'); fulness (literally or figuratively):--X all along, X all that is (there-)in, fill, (X that whereof...was) full, fulness, (hand- )full, multitude.

(4394) millu' [mil-loo']

from 'male'' (male'); a fulfilling (only in plural), i.e. (literally) a setting (of gems), or (technically) consecration (also concretely, a dedicatory sacrifice):--consecration, be set.

(4395) mle'ah [mel-ay-aw']

feminine of 'male'' (male'); something fulfilled, i.e. abundance (of produce):--(first of ripe) fruit, fulness.

(4396) millu'ah [mil-loo-aw']

feminine of 'millu'' (millu'); a filling, i.e. setting (of gems):--inclosing, setting.

(4397) mal'ak [mal-awk']

from an unused root meaning to despatch as a deputy; a messenger; specifically, of God, i.e. an angel (also a prophet, priest or teacher):--ambassador, angel, king, messenger.

(4398) mal'ak [mal-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mal'ak' (mal'ak); an angel:--angel.

(4399) mla'kah [mel-aw-kaw']

from the same as 'mal'ak' (mal'ak); properly, deputyship, i.e. ministry; generally, employment (never servile) or work (abstractly or concretely); also property (as the result of labor):--business, + cattle, + industrious, occupation, (+ -pied), + officer, thing (made), use, (manner of) work((-man), -manship).

(4400) mal'akuwth [mal-ak-ooth']

from the same as 'mal'ak' (mal'ak); a message:--message.

(4401) Mal`akiy [mal-aw-kee']

from the same as 'mal'ak' (mal'ak); ministrative; Malaki, a prophet:--Malachi.

(4402) mille'th [mil-layth']

from 'male'' (male'); fulness, i.e. (concretely) a plump socket (of the eye):--X fitly.

(4403) malbuwsh [mal-boosh']

or malbush {mal-boosh'}; from 'labash' (labash); a garment, or (collectively) clothing:--apparel, raiment, vestment.

(4404) malben [mal-bane']

from 'laban' (laban) (denominative); a brick-kiln:--brickkiln.

(4405) millah [mil-law']

from 'malal' (malal) (plural masculine as if from milleh {mil-leh'}; a word; collectively, a discourse; figuratively, a topic:--+ answer, by-word, matter, any thing (what) to say, to speak(-ing), speak, talking, word.

(4406) millah [mil-law']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'millah' (millah); a word, command, discourse, or subject:--commandment, matter, thing. word.

(4407) millow' [mil-lo']

or mil-loe (2 Kings 12:20) {mil-lo'}; from 'male'' (male'); a rampart (as filled in), i.e. the citadel:--Millo. See also 'Beyth Millow'' (Beyth Millow').

(4408) malluwach [mal-loo'-akh]

from 'malach' (malach); sea-purslain (from its saltness):--mallows.

(4409) Malluwk [mal-luke']

or Malluwkiy (Neh. 12:14) {mal-loo-kee'}; from 'malak' (malak); remnant; Malluk, the name of five Israelites:--Malluch, Melichu (from the margin).

(4410) mluwkah [mel-oo-kaw']

feminine passive participle of 'malak' (malak); something ruled, i.e. a realm:--kingsom, king's, X royal.

(4411) malown [maw-lone']

from 'luwn' (luwn); a lodgment, i.e. caravanserai or encampment:--inn, place where...lodge, lodging (place).

(4412) mluwnah [mel-oo-naw']

feminine from 'luwn' (luwn); a hut, a hammock:--cottage, lodge.

(4413) Mallowthiy [mal-lo'-thee]

apparently from 'malal' (malal); I have talked (i.e. loquacious):--Mallothi, an Israelite:--Mallothi.

(4414) malach [maw-lakh']

a primitive root; properly, to rub to pieces or pulverize; intransitively, to disappear as dust; also (as denominative from 'melach' (melach)) to salt whether internally (to season with salt) or externally (to rub with salt):--X at all, salt, season, temper together, vanish away.

(4415) mlach [mel-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'malach' (malach); to eat salt, i.e. (generally) subsist:--+ have maintenance.

(4416) mlach [mel-akh']

(Aramaic) from 'mlach' (mlach); salt:--+ maintenance, salt.

(4417) melach [meh'-lakh]

from 'malach' (malach); properly, powder, i.e. (specifically) salt (as easily pulverized and dissolved:--salt((-pit)).

(4418) malach [maw-lawkh']

from 'malach' (malach) in its original sense; a rag or old garment:--rotten rag.

(4419) mallach [mal-lawkh']

from 'malach' (malach) in its second. sense; a sailor (as following "the salt"):--mariner.

(4420) mlechah [mel-ay-khaw']

from 'malach' (malach) (in its denominative sense); properly, salted (i.e. land (776 being understood)), i.e. a desert:--barren land(-ness), salt (land).

(4421) milchamah [mil-khaw-maw']

from 'lacham' (lacham) (in the sense of fighting); a battle (i.e. the engagement); generally, war (i.e. warfare):--battle, fight(-ing), war((-rior)).

(4422) malat [maw-lat']

a primitive root; properly, to be smooth, i.e. (by implication) to escape (as if by slipperiness); causatively, to release or rescue; specifically, to bring forth young, emit sparks:--deliver (self), escape, lay, leap out, let alone, let go, preserve, save, X speedily, X surely.

(4423) melet [meh'-let]

from 'malat' (malat), cement (from its plastic smoothness):--clay.

(4424) Mlatyah [mel-at-yaw']

from 'melet' (melet) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); (whom) Jah has delivered; Melatjah, a Gibeonite:--Melatiah.

(4425) mliylah [mel-ee-law']

from 'mlal' (mlal) (in the sense of cropping (compare 'muwl' (muwl))); a head of grain (as cut off):--ear.

(4426) mliytsah [mel-ee-tsaw']

from 'luwts' (luwts); an aphorism; also a satire:--interpretation, taunting.

(4427) malak [maw-lak']

a primitive root; to reign; inceptively, to ascend the throne; causatively, to induct into royalty; hence (by implication) to take counsel:--consult, X indeed, be (make, set a, set up) king, be (make) queen, (begin to, make to) reign(-ing), rule, X surely.

(4428) melek [meh'-lek]

from 'malak' (malak); a king:--king, royal.

(4429) Melek [meh'-lek]

the same as 'melek' (melek); king; Melek, the name of two Israelites:--Melech, Hammelech (by including the article).

(4430) melek [meh'-lek]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'melek' (melek); a king:--king, royal.

(4431) mlak [mel-ak']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'malak' (malak) in the sense of consultation: advice:--counsel.

(4432) Molek [mo'-lek]

from 'malak' (malak); Molek (i.e. king), the chief deity of the Ammonites:--Molech. Compare 'Malkam' (Malkam).

(4433) malka' [mal-kaw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'malkah' (malkah); a queen:--queen.

(4434) malkodeth [mal-ko'-deth]

from 'lakad' (lakad); a snare:--trap.

(4435) Milkah [mil-kaw']

a form of 'malkah' (malkah); queen; Milcah, the name of a Hebrewess and of an Israelite:--Milcah.

(4436) malkah [mal-kaw']

feminine of 'melek' (melek); a queen:--queen.

(4437) malkuw [mal-koo']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'malkuwth' (malkuwth); dominion (abstractly or concretely):--kingdom, kingly, realm, reign.

(4438) malkuwth [mal-kooth']

or malkuth {mal-kooth'}; or (in plural) malkuyah {mal-koo-yah'}; from 'malak' (malak); a rule; concretely, a dominion:--empire, kingdom, realm, reign, royal.

(4439) Malkiy'el [mal-kee-ale']

from 'melek' (melek) and ''el' ('el); king of (i.e. appointed by) God; Malkiel, an Israelite:--Malchiel.

(4440) Malkiy'eliy [mal-kee-ay-lee']

patronymical from 'Malkiy'el' (Malkiy'el); a Malkielite or descendant of Malkiel:--Malchielite.

(4441) Malkiyah [mal-kee-yaw']

or Malkiyahuw (Jer. 38:6), {mal-kee-yaw'-hoo}; from 'melek' (melek) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); king of (i.e. appointed by) Jah; Malkijah, the name of ten Israelites:--Malchiah, Malchijah.

(4442) Malkiy-Tsedeq [mal-kee-tseh'-dek]

from 'melek' (melek) and 'tsedeq' (tsedeq); king of right; Malki-Tsedek, an early king in Palestine:--Melchizedek.

(4443) Malkiyram [mal-kee-rawm']

from 'melek' (melek) and 'ruwm' (ruwm); king of a high one (i.e. of exaltation); Malkiram, an Israelite:--Malchiram.

(4444) Malkiyshuwa` [mal-kee-shoo'-ah]

from 'melek' (melek) and 'shuwa`' (shuwa`); king of wealth; Malkishua, an Israelite:--Malchishua.

(4445) Malkam [mal-kawm']

or Milkowm {mil-kome'}; from 'melek' (melek) for 'Molek' (Molek); Malcam or Milcom, the national idol of the Ammonites:--Malcham, Milcom.

(4446) mleketh [mel-eh'-keth]

from 'malak' (malak); a queen:--queen.

(4447) Moleketh [mo-leh'-keth]

feminine active participle of 'malak' (malak); queen; Moleketh, an Israelitess:--Hammoleketh (including the article).

(4448) malal [maw-lal']

a primitive root; to speak (mostly poetical) or say:--say, speak, utter.

(4449) mlal [mel-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'malal' (malal); to speak:--say, speak(-ing).

(4450) Milalay [mee-lal-ah'-ee]

from 'malal' (malal); talkative; Milalai, an Israelite:--Milalai.

(4451) malmad [mal-mawd']

from 'lamad' (lamad); a goad for oxen:--goad.

(4452) malats [maw-lats']

a primitive root; to be smooth, i.e. (figuratively) pleasant:--be sweet.

(4453) meltsar [mel-tsawr']

of Persian derivation; the butler or other officer in the Babylonian court:--Melzar.

(4454) malaq [maw-lak']

a primitive root; to crack a joint; by implication, to wring the neck of a fowl (without separating it):--wring off.

(4455) malqowach [mal-ko'-akh]

from 'laqach' (laqach); transitively (in dual) the jaws (as taking food); intransitively, spoil (and captives) (as taken):--booty, jaws, prey.

(4456) malqowsh [mal-koshe']

from 'laqash' (laqash); the spring rain (compare 'leqesh' (leqesh)); figuratively, eloquence:--latter rain.

(4457) melqach [mel-kawkh']

or malqach {mal-kawkh'}; from 'laqach' (laqach); (only in dual) tweezers:--snuffers, tongs.

(4458) meltachah [mel-taw-khaw']

from an unused root meaning to spread out; a wardrobe (i.e. room where clothing is spread):--vestry.

(4459) malta`ah [mal-taw-aw']

transp. for 'mthall`ah' (mthall`ah); a grinder, i.e. back tooth:--great tooth.

(4460) mammgurah [mam-meg-oo-raw']

from 'magar' (magar) (in the sense of depositing); a granary:--barn.

(4461) memad [may-mad']

from 'madad' (madad); a measure:--measure.

(4462) Mmuwkan [mem-oo-kawn']

or (transp.) Mowmukan (Esth. 1:16) {mo-moo-kawn'}; of Persian derivation; Memucan or Momucan, a Persian satrap:--Memucan.

(4463) mamowth [maw-mothe']

from 'muwth' (muwth); a mortal disease; concretely, a corpse:--death.

(4464) mamzer [mam-zare']

from an unused root meaning to alienate; a mongrel, i.e. born of a Jewish father and a heathen mother:--bastard.

(4465) mimkar [mim-kawr']

from 'makar' (makar); merchandise; abstractly, a selling:--X ought, (that which cometh of) sale, that which...sold, ware.

(4466) mimkereth [mim-keh'-reth]

feminine of 'mimkar' (mimkar); a sale:--+ sold as.

(4467) mamlakah [mam-law-kaw']

from 'malak' (malak); dominion, i.e. (abstractly) the estate (rule) or (concretely) the country (realm):--kingdom, king's, reign, royal.

(4468) mamlakuwth [mam-law-kooth']

a form of 'mamlakah' (mamlakah) and equiv. to it:--kingdom, reign.