Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(4671) mots [motes]

or mowts (Zephaniah 2:2) {motes}; from 'muwts' (muwts); chaff (as pressed out, i.e. winnowed or (rather) threshed loose):--chaff.

(4672) matsa' [maw-tsaw']

a primitive root; properly, to come forth to, i.e. appear or exist; transitively, to attain, i.e. find or acquire; figuratively, to occur, meet or be present:--+ be able, befall, being, catch, X certainly, (cause to) come (on, to, to hand), deliver, be enough (cause to) find(-ing, occasion, out), get (hold upon), X have (here), be here, hit, be left, light (up-)on, meet (with), X occasion serve, (be) present, ready, speed, suffice, take hold on.

(4673) matstsab [mats-tsawb']

from 'natsab' (natsab); a fixed spot; figuratively, an office, a military post:--garrison, station, place where...stood.

(4674) mutstsab [moots-tsawb']

from 'natsab' (natsab); a station, i.e. military post:--mount.

(4675) matstsabah [mats-tsaw-baw']

or mitstsabah {mits-tsaw-baw'}; feminine of 'matstsab' (matstsab); a military guard:--army, garrison.

(4676) matstsebah [mats-tsay-baw']

feminine (causatively) participle of 'natsab' (natsab); something stationed, i.e. a column or (memorial stone); by analogy, an idol:--garrison, (standing) image, pillar.

(4677) Mtsobayah [mets-o-baw-yaw']

apparently from 'matsa'' (matsa') and 'Yahh' (Yahh); found of Jah; Metsobajah, a place in Palestine:--Mesobaite.

(4678) matstsebeth [mats-tseh'-beth]

from 'natsab' (natsab); something stationary, i.e. a monumental stone; also the stock of a tree:--pillar, substance.

(4679) mtsad [mets-ad']

or mtsad {mets-awd'}; or (feminine) mtsadah {mets-aw-daw'}; from 'tsuwd' (tsuwd); a fastness (as a covert of ambush):--castle, fort, (strong) hold, munition.

(4680) matsah [maw-tsaw']

a primitive root; to suck out; by implication, to drain, to squeeze out:--suck, wring (out).

(4681) Motsah [mo-tsaw']

active participle feminine of 'matsah' (matsah); drained; Motsah, a place in Palestine:--Mozah.

(4682) matstsah [mats-tsaw']

from 'matsats' (matsats) in the sense of greedily devouring for sweetness; properly, sweetness; concretely, sweet (i.e. not soured or bittered with yeast); specifically, an unfermented cake or loaf, or (elliptically) the festival of Passover (because no leaven was then used):--unleaved (bread, cake), without leaven.

(4683) matstsah [mats-tsaw']

from 'natsah' (natsah); a quarrel:--contention, debate, strife.

(4684) matshalah [mats-haw-law']

from 'tsahal' (tsahal); a whinnying (through impatience for battle or lust):--neighing.

(4685) matsowd [maw-tsode']

or (feminine) mtsowdah {mets-o-daw'}; or mtsodah {mets-o-daw'}; from 'tsuwd' (tsuwd); a net (for capturing animals or fishes):--also (by interchange for 'mtsad' (mtsad)) a fastness or (beseiging) tower:--bulwark, hold, munition, net, snare.

(4686) matsuwd [maw-tsood']

or (feminine) mtsuwdah {mets-oo-daw'}; or mtsudah {mets-oo-daw'}; for 'matsowd' (matsowd); a net, or (abstractly) capture; also a fastness; --castle, defense, fort(-ress), (strong) hold, be hunted, net, snare, strong place.

(4687) mitsvah [mits-vaw']

from 'tsavah' (tsavah); a command, whether human or divine (collectively, the Law):--(which was) commanded(-ment), law, ordinance, precept.

(4688) mtsowlah [mets-o-law']

or mtsolah {mets-o-law'}; also mtsuwlah {mets-oo-law'}; or mtsulah {mets-oo-law'}; from the same as 'tsuwlah' (tsuwlah); a deep place (of water or mud):--bottom, deep, depth.

(4689) matsowq [maw-tsoke']

from 'tsuwq' (tsuwq); a narrow place, i.e. (abstractly and figuratively) confinement or disability:--anguish, distress, straitness.

(4690) matsuwq [maw-tsook']

or matsuq {maw-tsook'}; from 'tsuwq' (tsuwq); something narrow, i.e. a column or hilltop:--pillar, situate.

(4691) mtsuwqah [mets-oo-kaw']

or mtsuqah {mets-oo-kaw'}; feminine of 'matsuwq' (matsuwq); narrowness, i.e. (figuratively) trouble:--anguish, distress.

(4692) matsowr [maw-tsore']

or matsuwr {maw-tsoor'}; from 'tsuwr' (tsuwr); something hemming in, i.e. (objectively) a mound (of besiegers), (abstractly) a siege, (figuratively) distress; or (subjectively) a fastness:--besieged, bulwark, defence, fenced, fortress, siege, strong (hold), tower.

(4693) matsowr [maw-tsore']

the same as 'matsowr' (matsowr) in the sense of a limit; Egypt (as the border of Palestine):--besieged places, defense, fortified.

(4694) mtsuwrah [mets-oo-raw']

or mtsurah {mets-oo-raw'}; feminine of 'matsowr' (matsowr); a hemming in, i.e. (objectively) a mound (of siege), or (subjectively) a rampart (of protection), (abstractly) fortification:--fenced (city, fort, munition, strong hold.

(4695) matstsuwth [mats-tsooth']

from 'natsah' (natsah); a quarrel:--that contended.

(4696) metsach [may'-tsakh]

from an unused root meaning to be clear, i.e. conspicuous; the forehead (as open and prominent):--brow, forehead, + impudent.

(4697) mitschah [mits-khaw']

from the same as 'metsach' (metsach); a shin-piece of armor (as prominent), only plural:--greaves.

(4698) mtsillah [mets-il-law']

from 'tsalal' (tsalal); a tinkler, i.e. a bell:--bell.

(4699) mtsullah [mets-ool-law']

from 'tsalal' (tsalal); shade:--bottom.

(4700) mtseleth [mets-ay'-leth]

from 'tsalal' (tsalal); (only dual) double tinklers, i.e. cymbals:--cymbals.

(4701) mitsnepheth [mits-neh'-feth]

from 'tsanaph' (tsanaph); a tiara, i.e. official turban (of a king or high priest):--diadem, mitre.

(4702) matstsa` [mats-tsaw']

from 'yatsa`' (yatsa`); a couch:--bed.

(4703) mits`ad [mits-awd']

from 'tsa`ad' (tsa`ad); a step; figuratively, companionship:--going, step.

(4704) mitsts`iyrah [mits-tseh-ee-raw']

feminine of 'mits`ar' (mits`ar); properly, littleness; concretely, diminutive:--little.

(4705) mits`ar [mits-awr']

from 'tsa`ar' (tsa`ar); petty (in size or number); adverbially, a short (time):--little one (while), small.

(4706) Mits`ar [mits-awr']

the same as 'mits`ar' (mits`ar); Mitsar, a peak of Lebanon:--Mizar.

(4707) mitspeh [mits-peh']

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); an observatory, especially for military purposes:--watch tower.

(4708) Mitspeh [mits-peh']

the same as 'mitspeh' (mitspeh); Mitspeh, the name of five places in Palestine:--Mizpeh, watch tower. Compare 'Mitspah' (Mitspah).

(4709) Mitspah [mits-paw']

feminine of 'Mitspeh' (Mitspeh); Mitspah, the name of two places in Palestine:--Mitspah. (This seems rather to be only an orthographic variation of 'Mitspeh' (Mitspeh) when "in pause".)

(4710) mitspun [mits-poon']

from 'tsaphan' (tsaphan); a secret (place or thing, perhaps, treasure):--hidden thing.

(4711) matsats [maw-tsats']

a primitive root; to suck:--milk.

(4712) metsar [may-tsar']

from 'qebah' (qebah); something tight, i.e. (figuratively) trouble:--distress, pain, strait.

(4713) Mitsriy [mits-ree']

from 'Mitsrayim' (Mitsrayim); a Mitsrite, or inhabitant of Mitsrajim:--Egyptian, of Egypt.

(4714) Mitsrayim [mits-rah'-yim]

dual of 'matsowr' (matsowr); Mitsrajim, i.e. Upper and Lower Egypt:--Egypt, Egyptians, Mizraim.

(4715) mitsreph [mits-rafe']

from 'tsaraph' (tsaraph); a crucible:--fining pot.

(4716) maq [mak]

from 'maqaq' (maqaq); properly, a melting, i.e. putridity:-- rottenness, stink.

(4717) maqqabah [mak-kaw-baw']

from 'naqab' (naqab); properly, a perforatrix, i.e. a hammer (as piercing):--hammer.

(4718) maqqebeth [mak-keh'-beth]

from 'naqab' (naqab); properly, a perforator, i.e. a hammer (as piercing); also (intransitively) a perforation, i.e. a quarry:--hammer, hole.

(4719) Maqqedah [mak-kay-daw']

from the same as 'naqod' (naqod) in the denominative sense of herding (compare 'noqed' (noqed)); fold; Makkedah, a place in Palestine:-- Makkedah.

(4720) miqdash [mik-dawsh']

or miqqdash (Exod. 15:17) {mik-ked-awsh'}; from 'qadash' (qadash); a consecrated thing or place, especially, a palace, sanctuary (whether of Jehovah or of idols) or asylum:--chapel, hallowed part, holy place, sanctuary.

(4721) maqhel [mak-hale']

or (feminine) maqhelah {mak-hay-law'}; from 'qahal' (qahal); an assembly:--congregation.

(4722) Maqheloth [mak-hay-loth']

plural of 'maqhel' (maqhel) (feminine); assemblies; Makheloth, a place in the Desert:--Makheloth.

(4723) miqveh [mik-veh']

or miqveh (1 Kings 10:28) {mik-vay'}; or miqvet (2 Chron. 1:16) {mik-vay'}; from 'qavah' (qavah); something waited for, i.e. confidence (objective or subjective); also a collection, i.e. (of water) a pond, or (of men and horses) a caravan or drove:--abiding, gathering together, hope, linen yarn, plenty (of water), pool.

(4724) miqvah [mik-vaw']

feminine of 'miqveh' (miqveh); a collection, i.e. (of water) a reservoir:--ditch.

(4725) maqowm [maw-kome']

or maqom {maw-kome'}; also (feminine) mqowmah {mek-o-mah'}; or mqomah {mek-o-mah'}; from 'quwm' (quwm); properly, a standing, i.e. a spot; but used widely of a locality (general or specific); also (figuratively) of a condition (of body or mind):--country, X home, X open, place, room, space, X whither(-soever).

(4726) maqowr [maw-kore']

or maqor {maw-kore'}; from 'quwr' (quwr); properly, something dug, i.e. a (general) source (of water, even when naturally flowing; also of tears, blood (by euphemism, of the female pudenda); figuratively, of happiness, wisdom, progeny):--fountain, issue, spring, well(-spring).

(4727) miqqach [mik-kawkh']

from 'laqach' (laqach); reception:--taking.

(4728) maqqachah [mak-kaw-khaw']

from 'laqach' (laqach); something received, i.e. merchandise (purchased):--ware.

(4729) miqtar [mik-tawr']

from 'qatar' (qatar); something to fume (incense) on i.e. a hearth place:--to burn...upon.

(4730) miqtereth [mik-teh'-reth]

feminine of 'miqtar' (miqtar); something to fume (incense) in, i.e. a coal-pan:--censer.

(4731) maqqel [mak-kale;]

or (feminine) maqqlah {mak-kel-aw'}; from an unused root meaning apparently to germinate; a shoot, i.e. stick (with leaves on, or for walking, striking, guiding, divining):--rod, ((hand- ))staff.

(4732) Miqlowth [mik-lohth']

(or perhaps mik-kel-ohth') plural of (feminine) 'maqqel' (maqqel); rods; Mikloth, a place in the Desert:--Mikloth.

(4733) miqlat [mik-lawt']

from 'qalat' (qalat) in the sense of taking in; an asylum (as a receptacle):--refuge.

(4734) miqla`ath [mik-lah'-ath]

from 'qala`' (qala`); a sculpture (probably in bas-relief):--carved (figure), carving, graving.

(4735) miqneh [mik-neh']

from 'qanah' (qanah); something bought, i.e. property, but only livestock; abstractly, acquisition:--cattle, flock, herd, possession, purchase, substance.

(4736) miqnah [mik-naw']

feminine of 'miqneh' (miqneh); properly, a buying, i.e. acquisition; concretely, a piece of property (land or living); also the sum paid:--(he that is) bought, possession, piece, purchase.

(4737) Miqneyahuw [mik-nay-yaw'-hoo]

from 'miqneh' (miqneh) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); possession of Jah; Miknejah, an Israelite:--Mikneiah.

(4738) miqcam [mik-sawn']

from 'qacam' (qacam); an augury:--divination.

(4739) Maqats [maw-kats']

from 'qatsats' (qatsats); end; Makats, a place in Palestine:--Makaz.

(4740) maqtsowa` [mak-tso'-ah]

or maqtsoa {mak-tso-ah}; or (feminine) maqtso-ah {mak-tso-aw'}; from 'qatsa`' (qatsa`) in the denominative sense of bending; an angle or recess:--corner, turning.

(4741) maqtsu`ah [mak-tsoo-aw']

from 'qatsa`' (qatsa`); a scraper, i.e. a carving chisel:--plane.

(4742) mquts`ah [mek-oots-aw']

from 'qatsa`' (qatsa`) in the denominative sense of bending; an angle:--corner.

(4743) maqaq [maw-kak']

' a primitive root; to melt; figuratively, to flow, dwindle, vanish:--consume away, be corrupt, dissolve, pine away.

(4744) miqra' [mik-raw']

from 'qara'' (qara'); something called out, i.e. a public meeting (the act, the persons, or the place); also a rehearsal:--assembly, calling, convocation, reading.

(4745) miqreh [mik-reh']

from 'qarah' (qarah); something met with, i.e. an accident or fortune:--something befallen, befalleth, chance, event, hap(-peneth).

(4746) mqareh [mek-aw-reh']

from 'qarah' (qarah); properly, something meeting, i.e. a frame (of timbers):--building.

(4747) mqerah [mek-ay-raw']

from the same as 'qar' (qar); a cooling off:--X summer.

(4748) miqsheh [mik-sheh']

from 'qashah' (qashah) in the sense of knotting up round and hard; something turned (rounded), i.e. a curl (of tresses):--X well (set) hair.

(4749) miqshah [mik-shaw']

feminine of 'miqsheh' (miqsheh); rounded work, i.e. moulded by hammering (repousse):--beaten (out of one piece, work), upright, whole piece.

(4750) miqshah [mik-shaw']

denominative from 'qishshu'' (qishshu'); literally, a cucumbered field, i.e. a cucumber patch:--garden of cucumbers.

(4751) mar [mar]

or (feminine) marah {maw-raw'}; from 'marar' (marar); bitter (literally or figuratively); also (as noun) bitterness, or (adverbially) bitterly:--+ angry, bitter(-ly, -ness), chafed, discontented, X great, heavy.

(4752) mar [mar]

from 'marar' (marar) in its original sense of distillation; a drop:--drop.

(4753) more [mor]

or mowr {more}; from 'marar' (marar); myrrh (as distilling in drops, and also as bitter):--myrrh.

(4754) mara' [maw-raw']

a primitive root; to rebel; hence (through the idea of maltreating) to whip, i.e. lash (self with wings, as the ostrich in running):--be filthy, lift up self.

(4755) Mara' [maw-raw']

for 'mar' (mar) feminine; bitter; Mara, a symbolic name of Naomi:--Mara.

(4756) mare' [maw-ray']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'mara'' (mara') in the sense of domineering; a master:--lord, Lord.

(4757) Mro'dak Bal'adan [mer-o-dak' bal-aw-dawn']

of foreign derivation; Merodak-Baladan, a Babylonian king:--Merodach-baladan. Compare 'Mrodak' (Mrodak).

(4758) mar'eh [mar-eh']

from 'ra'ah' (ra'ah); a view (the act of seeing); also an appearance (the thing seen), whether (real) a shape (especially if handsome, comeliness; often plural the looks), or (mental) a vision:--X apparently, appearance(-reth), X as soon as beautiful(-ly), countenance, fair, favoured, form, goodly, to look (up) on (to), look(-eth), pattern, to see, seem, sight, visage, vision.

(4759) mar'ah [mar-aw']

feminine of 'mar'eh' (mar'eh); a vision; also (causatively) a mirror:--looking glass, vision.

(4760) mur'ah [moor-aw']

apparently feminine passive causative participle of 'ra'ah' (ra'ah); something conspicuous, i.e. the craw of a bird (from its prominence):--crop.

(4761) mar'ashah [mar-aw-shaw']

denominative from 'ro'sh' (ro'sh); properly, headship, i.e. (plural for collective) dominion:--principality.

(4762) Mar'eshah [mar-ay-shaw']

or Mareshah {mar-ay-shaw'}; formed like 'mar'ashah' (mar'ashah); summit; Mareshah, the name of two Israelites and of a place in Palestine:--Mareshah.

(4763) mra'ashah [mer-ah-ash-aw']

formed like 'mar'ashah' (mar'ashah); properly, a headpiece, i.e. (plural for adverbial) at (or as) the head-rest (or pillow):--bolster, head, pillow. Compare 'marglah' (marglah).

(4764) Merab [may-rawb']

from 'rabab' (rabab); increase; Merab, a daughter of Saul:--Merab.

(4765) marbad [mar-bad']

from 'rabad' (rabad); a coverlet:--covering of tapestry.

(4766) marbeh [mar-beh']

from 'rabah' (rabah); properly, increasing; as noun, greatness, or (adverbially) greatly:--great, increase.

(4767) mirbah [meer-baw']

from 'rabah' (rabah); abundance, i.e. a great quantity:--much.

(4768) marbiyth [mar-beeth']

from 'rabah' (rabah); a multitude; also offspring; specifically interest (on capital):--greatest part, greatness, increase, multitude.

(4769) marbets [mar-bates']

from 'rabats' (rabats); a reclining place, i.e. fold (for flocks):--couching place, place to lie down.

(4770) marbeq [mar-bake']

from an unused root meaning to tie up; a stall (for cattle):--X fat(-ted), stall.

(4771) margowa` [mar-go'-ah]

from 'raga`' (raga`); a resting place:--rest.