Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(4974) mthom [meth-ohm']

from 'tamam' (tamam); wholesomeness; also (adverb) completely:--men (by reading 'math' (math)), soundness.

(4975) mothen [mo'-then]

from an unused root meaning to be slender; properly, the waist or small of the back; only in plural the loins:--+ greyhound, loins, side.

(4976) mattan [mat-tawn']

from 'nathan' (nathan); a present:--gift, to give, reward.

(4977) Mattan [mat-tawn']

the same as 'mattan' (mattan); Mattan, the name of a priest of Baal, and of an Israelite:--Mattan.

(4978) mattna' [mat-ten-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mattanah' (mattanah):--gift.

(4979) mattanah [mat-taw-naw']

feminine of 'mattan' (mattan); a present; specifically (in a good sense), a sacrificial offering, (in a bad sense) a bribe:--gift.

(4980) Mattanah [mat-taw-naw']

the same as 'mattanah' (mattanah); Mattanah, a place in the Desert:--Mattanah.

(4981) Mithniy [mith-nee']

probably patrial from an unused noun meaning slenderness; a Mithnite, or inhabitant of Methen:--Mithnite.

(4982) Mattnay [mat-ten-ah'ee]

from 'mattan' (mattan); liberal; Mattenai, the name of three Israelites:--Mattenai.

(4983) Mattanyah [mat-tan-yaw']

or Mattanyahuw {mat-tan-yaw'-hoo}; from 'mattan' (mattan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); gift of Jah; Mattanjah, the name of ten Israelites:--Mattaniah.

(4984) mithnasse' [mith-nas-say']

from 'nasa'' (nasa'); (used as abstractly) supreme exaltation:--exalted.

(4985) mathaq [maw-thak']

a primitive root; to suck, by implication, to relish, or (intransitively) be sweet:--be (made, X take) sweet.

(4986) metheq [meh'-thek]

from 'mathaq' (mathaq); figuratively, pleasantness (of discourse):--sweetness.

(4987) motheq [mo'-thek]

from 'mathaq' (mathaq); sweetness:--sweetness.

(4988) mathaq [maw-thawk']

from 'mathaq' (mathaq); a dainty, i.e. (generally) food:--feed sweetly.

(4989) Mithqah [mith-kaw']

feminine of 'motheq' (motheq); sweetness; Mithkah, a place in the Desert:--Mithcah.

(4990) Mithrdath [mith-red-awth']

of Persian origin; Mithredath, the name of two Persians:--Mithredath.

(4991) mattath [mat-tawth']

feminine of 'mattan' (mattan) abbreviated form; a present:--gift.

(4992) Mattattah [mat-tat-taw']

for 'Mattithyah' (Mattithyah); gift of Jah; Mattattah, an Israelite:--Mattathah.

(4993) Mattithyah [mat-tith-yaw']

or Mattithyahuw {mat-tith-yaw'-hoo}; from 'mattath' (mattath) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); gift of Jah; Mattithjah, the name of four Israelites:-- Mattithiah.