Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(5095) — (5195)

(5095) nahal [naw-hal']

a primitive root; properly, to run with a sparkle, i.e. flow; hence (transitively), to conduct, and (by inference) to protect, sustain:--carry, feed, guide, lead (gently, on).

(5096) Nahalal [nah-hal-awl']

or Nahalol {nah-hal-ole'}; the same as 'nahalol' (nahalol); Nahalal or Nahalol, a place in Palestine:--Nahalal, Nahallal, Nahalol.

(5097) nahalol [nah-hal-ole']

from 'nahal' (nahal); pasture:--bush.

(5098) naham [naw-ham']

a primitive root; to growl:--mourn, roar(-ing).

(5099) naham [nah'-ham]

from 'naham' (naham); a snarl:--roaring.

(5100) nhamah [neh-haw-maw']

feminine of 'naham' (naham); snarling:--disquietness, roaring.

(5101) nahaq [naw-hak']

a primitive root; to bray (as an ass), scream (from hunger:--bray.

(5102) nahar [naw-har']

a primitive root; to sparkle, i.e. (figuratively) be cheerful; hence (from the sheen of a running stream) to flow, i.e. (figuratively) assemble:--flow (together), be lightened.

(5103) nhar [neh-har']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'nahar' (nahar); a river, especially the Euphrates:--river, stream.

(5104) nahar [naw-hawr']

from 'nahar' (nahar); a stream (including the sea; expec. the Nile, Euphrates, etc.); figuratively, prosperity:--flood, river.

(5105) nharah [neh-haw-raw']

from 'nahar' (nahar) in its original sense; daylight:--light.

(5106) nuw' [noo]

a primitive root; to refuse, forbid, dissuade, or neutralize:--break, disallow, discourage, make of none effect.

(5107) nuwb [noob]

a primitive root; to germinate, i.e. (figuratively) to (causatively, make) flourish; also (of words), to utter:--bring forth (fruit), make cheerful, increase.

(5108) nowb [nobe]

or neyb {nabe}; from 'nuwb' (nuwb); produce, literally or figuratively:--fruit.

(5109) Nowbay [no-bah'ee]

from 'nowb' (nowb); fruitful; Nobai, an Israelite:--Nebai (from the margin).

(5110) nuwd [nood]

a primitive root; to nod, i.e. waver; figuratively, to wander, flee, disappear; also (from shaking the head in sympathy), to console, deplore, or (from tossing the head in scorn) taunt:--bemoan, flee, get, mourn, make to move, take pity, remove, shake, skip for joy, be sorry, vagabond, way, wandering.

(5111) nuwd [nood]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'naveh' (naveh); to flee:--get away.

(5112) nowd [node]

(only defect. nod {node}); from 'nuwd' (nuwd); exile:--wandering.

(5113) Nowd [node]

the same as 'nowd' (nowd); vagrancy; Nod, the land of Cain:--Nod.

(5114) Nowdab [no-dawb']

from 'nadab' (nadab); noble; Nodab, an Arab tribe:--Nodab.

(5115) navah [naw-vaw']

a primitive root; to rest (as at home); causatively (through the implied idea of beauty (compare 'naveh' (naveh))), to celebrate (with praises):--keept at home, prepare an habitation.

(5116) naveh [naw-veh']

or (feminine) navah {naw-vaw'}; from 'navah' (navah); (adjectively) at home; hence (by implication of satisfaction) lovely; also (noun) a home, of God (temple), men (residence), flocks (pasture), or wild animals (den):--comely, dwelling (place), fold, habitation, pleasant place, sheepcote, stable, tarried.

(5117) nuwach [noo'-akh]

a primitive root; to rest, i.e. settle down; used in a great variety of applications, literal and figurative, intransitive, transitive and causative (to dwell, stay, let fall, place, let alone, withdraw, give comfort, etc.):--cease, be confederate, lay, let down, (be) quiet, remain, (cause to, be at, give, have, make to) rest, set down. Compare 'Yaniym' (Yaniym).

(5118) nuwach [noo'-akh]

or nowach {no'-akh}; from 'nuwach' (nuwach); quiet:--rest(-ed, -ing place).

(5119) Nowchah [no-chaw']

feminine of 'nuwach' (nuwach); quietude; Nochah, an Israelite:--Nohah.

(5120) nuwt [noot]

to quake:--be moved.

(5121) Naviyth [naw-veeth']

from 'navah' (navah); residence; Navith, a place in Palestine:--Naioth (from the margin).

(5122) nvaluw [nev-aw-loo']

(Aramaic) or nvaliy (Aramaic) {nev-aw-lee'}; from an unused root probably meaning to be foul; a sink:--dunghill.

(5123) nuwm [noom]

a primitive root; to slumber (from drowsiness):--sleep, slumber.

(5124) nuwmah [noo-maw']

from 'nuwm' (nuwm); sleepiness:--drowsiness.

(5125) nuwn [noon]

a primitive root; to resprout, i.e. propagate by shoots; figuratively, to be perpetual:--be continued.

(5126) Nuwn [noon]

or Nown (1 Chron. 7:27) {nohn}; from 'nuwn' (nuwn); perpetuity, Nun or Non, the father of Joshua:--Non, Nun.

(5127) nuwc [noos]

a primitive root; to flit, i.e. vanish away (subside, escape; causatively, chase, impel, deliver):--X abate, away, be displayed, (make to) flee (away, -ing), put to flight, X hide, lift up a standard.

(5128) nuwa` [noo'-ah]

a primitive root; to waver, in a great variety of applications, literally and figuratively (as subjoined):--continually, fugitive, X make, to (go) up and down, be gone away, (be) move(-able, -d), be promoted, reel, remove, scatter, set, shake, sift, stagger, to and fro, be vagabond, wag, (make) wander (up and down).

(5129) Now`adyah [no-ad-yaw']

from 'ya`ad' (ya`ad) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); convened of Jah; Noadjah, the name of an Israelite, and a false prophetess:--Noadiah.

(5130) nuwph [noof]

a primitive root; to quiver (i.e. vibrate up and down, or rock to and fro); used in a great variety of applications (including sprinkling, beckoning, rubbing, bastinadoing, sawing, waving, etc.):--lift up, move, offer, perfume, send, shake, sift, strike, wave.

(5131) nowph [nofe]

from 'nuwph' (nuwph); elevation:--situation. Compare 'Noph' (Noph).

(5132) nuwts [noots]

a primitive root; properly, to flash; hence, to blossom (from the brilliancy of color); also, to fly away (from the quickness of motion):--flee away, bud (forth).

(5133) nowtsah [no-tsaw']

or notsah {no-tsaw'}; feminine active participle of 'natsah' (natsah) in the sense of flying; a pinion (or wing feather); often (collectively) plumage:--feather(-s), ostrich.

(5134) nuwq [nook]

a primitive root; to suckle:--nurse.

(5135) nuwr [noor]

(Aramaic) from an unused root (corresponding to that of 'niyr' (niyr)) meaning to shine; fire:--fiery, fire.

(5136) nuwsh [noosh]

a primitive root; to be sick, i.e. (figuratively) distressed:--be full of heaviness.

(5137) nazah [naw-zaw']

a primitive root; to spirt, i.e. besprinkle (especially in expiation):--sprinkle.

(5138) naziyd [naw-zeed']

from 'zuwd' (zuwd); something boiled, i.e. soup:--pottage.

(5139) naziyr [naw-zeer']

or nazir {naw-zeer'}; from 'nazar' (nazar); separate, i.e. consecrated (as prince, a Nazirite); hence (figuratively from the latter) an unpruned vine (like an unshorn Nazirite):--Nazarite (by a false alliteration with Nazareth), separate(-d), vine undressed.

(5140) nazal [naw-zal']

a primitive root; to drip, or shed by trickling:--distil, drop, flood, (cause to) flow(-ing), gush out, melt, pour (down), running water, stream.

(5141) nexem [neh'-zem]

from an unused root of uncertain meaning; a nose-ring:--earring, jewel.

(5142) nzaq [nez-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to the root of 'nezeq' (nezeq); to suffer (causatively, inflict) loss:--have (en-)damage, hurt(-ful).

(5143) nezeq [nay'zek]

from an unused root meaning to injure; loss:--damage.

(5144) nazar [naw-zar']

a primitive root; to hold aloof, i.e. (intransitivey) abstain (from food and drink, from impurity, and even from divine worship (i.e. apostatize)); specifically, to set apart (to sacred purposes), i.e. devote:--consecrate, separate(-ing, self).

(5145) nezer [neh'-zer]

or nezer {nay'-zer}; from 'nazar' (nazar); properly, something set apart, i.e. (abstractly) dedication (of a priet or Nazirite); hence (concretely) unshorn locks; also (by implication) a chaplet (especially of royalty):--consecration, crown, hair, separation.

(5146) Noach [no'-akh]

the same as 'nuwach' (nuwach); rest; Noach, the patriarch of the flood:--Noah.

(5147) Nachbiy [nakh-bee']

from 'chabah' (chabah); occult; Nachbi, an Israelite:--Nakbi.

(5148) nachah [naw-khaw']

a primitive root; to guide; by implication, to transport (into exile, or as colonists):--bestow, bring, govern, guide, lead (forth), put, straiten.

(5149) Nchuwm [neh-khoom']

from 'nacham' (nacham); comforted; Nechum, an Israelite:--Nehum.

(5150) nichuwm [nee-khoom']

or nichum {nee-khoom'}; from 'nacham' (nacham); properly, consoled; abstractly, solace:--comfort(-able), repenting.

(5151) Nachuwm [nakh-oom']

from 'nacham' (nacham); comfortable; Nachum, an Israelite prophet:--Nahum.

(5152) Nachowr [naw-khore']

from the same as 'nachar' (nachar); snorer; Nochor, the name of the grandfather and a brother of Abraham:--Nahor.

(5153) nachuwsh [naw-khoosh']

apparently passive participle of 'nachash' (nachash) (perhaps in the sense of ringing, i.e. bell-metal; or from the red color of the throat of a serpent (5175, as denominative) when hissing); coppery, i.e. (figuratively) hard:--of brass.

(5154) nchuwshah [nekh-oo-shaw']

or nchushah {nekh-oo-shaw'}; feminine of 'nachuwsh' (nachuwsh); copper:--brass, steel. Compare 'Nachash' (Nachash).

(5155) nchiylah [nekh-ee-law']

probably denominative from 'chaliyl' (chaliyl); a flute:--(plural) Nehiloth.

(5156) nchiyr [nekh-eer']

from the same as 'nachar' (nachar); a nostril:--(dual) nostrils.

(5157) nachal [naw-khal']

a primitive root; to inherit (as a (figurative) mode of descent), or (generally) to occupy; causatively, to bequeath, or (generally) distribute, instate:--divide, have ((inheritance)), take as a heritage, (cause to, give to, make to) inherit, (distribute for, divide (for, for an, by), give for, have, leave for, take (for)) inheritance, (have in, cause to, be made to) possess(-ion).

(5158) nachal [nakh'-al]

or (feminine) nachlah (Psalm 124:4) {nakh'-law}; or nachalah (Ezekiel 47:19; 48:28) {nakh-al-aw'}; from 'nachal' (nachal) in its original sense; a stream, especially a winter torrent; (by implication) a (narrow) valley (in which a brook runs); also a shaft (of a mine):--brook, flood, river, stream, valley.

(5159) nachalah [nakh-al-aw']

from 'nachal' (nachal) (in its usual sense); properly, something inherited, i.e. (abstractly) occupancy, or (concretely) an heirloom; generally an estate, patrimony or portion:--heritage, to inherit, inheritance, possession. Compare 'nachal' (nachal).

(5160) Nachaliy'el [nakh-al-ee-ale']

from 'nachal' (nachal) and ''el' ('el); valley of God; Nachaliel, a place in the Desert:--Nahaliel.

(5161) Nechelamiy [nekh-el-aw-mee']

apparently a patronymic from an unused name (apparently passive participle of 'chalam' (chalam)); dreamed; a Nechelamite, or descendant of Nechlam:--Nehelamite.

(5162) nacham [naw-kham']

a primitive root; properly, to sigh, i.e. breathe strongly; by implication, to be sorry, i.e. (in a favorable sense) to pity, console or (reflexively) rue; or (unfavorably) to avenge (oneself):--comfort (self), ease (one's self), repent(-er,-ing, self).

(5163) Nacham [nakh'-am]

from 'nacham' (nacham); consolation; Nacham, an Israelite:--Naham.

(5164) nocham [no'-kham]

from 'nacham' (nacham); ruefulness, i.e. desistance:--repentance.

(5165) nechamah [nekh-aw-maw']

from 'nacham' (nacham); consolation:--comfort.

(5166) Nchemyah [nekh-em-yaw']

from 'nacham' (nacham) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); consolation of Jah; Nechemjah, the name of three Israelites:--Nehemiah.

(5167) Nachamaniy [nakh-am-aw-nee']

from 'nacham' (nacham); consolatory; Nachamani, an Israelite:--Nahamani.

(5168) nachnuw [nakh-noo']

for ''anachnuw' ('anachnuw); we:--we.

(5169) nachats [naw-khats']

a primitive root; to be urgent:--require haste.

(5170) nachar [nakh'-ar]

and (feminine) nacharah {nakh-ar-aw'}; from an unused root meaning to snort or snore; a snorting:--nostrils, snorting.

(5171) Nacharay [nakh-ar-ah'-ee]

or Nachray {nakh-rah'-ee}; from the same as 'nachar' (nachar); snorer; Nacharai or Nachrai, an Israelite:--Naharai, Nahari.

(5172) nachash [naw-khash']

a primitive root; properly, to hiss, i.e. whisper a (magic) spell; generally, to prognosticate:--X certainly, divine, enchanter, (use) X enchantment, learn by experience, X indeed, diligently observe.

(5173) nachash [nakh'-ash]

from 'nachash' (nachash); an incantation or augury:--enchantment.

(5174) nchash [nekh-awsh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nchuwshah' (nchuwshah); copper:--brass.

(5175) nachash [naw-khawsh']

from 'nachash' (nachash); a snake (from its hiss):--serpent.

(5176) Nachash [naw-khawsh']

the same as 'nachash' (nachash); Nachash, the name of two persons apparently non-Israelite:--Nahash.

(5177) Nachshown [nakh-shone']

from 'nachash' (nachash); enchanter; Nachshon, an Israelite:--Naashon, Nahshon.

(5178) nchosheth [nekh-o'-sheth]

for 'nchuwshah' (nchuwshah); copper, hence, something made of that metal, i.e. coin, a fetter; figuratively, base (as compared with gold or silver):--brasen, brass, chain, copper, fetter (of brass), filthiness, steel.

(5179) Nchushta' [nekh-oosh-taw']

from 'nchosheth' (nchosheth); copper; Nechushta, an Israelitess:--Nehushta.

(5180) Nchushtan [nekh-oosh-tawn']

from 'nchosheth' (nchosheth); something made of copper, i.e. the copper serpent of the Desert:--Nehushtan.

(5181) nachath [naw-khath']

a primitive root; to sink, i.e. descend; causatively, to press or lead down:--be broken, (cause to) come down, enter, go down, press sore, settle, stick fast.

(5182) nchath [nekh-ath']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nachath' (nachath); to descend; causatively, to bring away, deposit, depose:--carry, come down, depose, lay up, place.

(5183) Nachath [nakh'-ath]

from 'nchath' (nchath); a descent, i.e. imposition, unfavorable (punishment) or favorable (food); also (intransitively; perhaps from 'nuwach' (nuwach)), restfulness:--lighting down, quiet(-ness), to rest, be set on.

(5184) Nachath [nakh'-ath]

the same as 'Nachath' (Nachath); quiet; Nachath, the name of an Edomite and of two Israelites:--Nahath.

(5185) nacheth [naw-khayth']

from 'nachath' (nachath); descending:--come down.

(5186) natah [naw-taw']

a primitive root; to stretch or spread out; by implication, to bend away (including moral deflection); used in a great variety of application (as follows):--+ afternoon, apply, bow (down, - ing), carry aside, decline, deliver, extend, go down, be gone, incline, intend, lay, let down, offer, outstretched, overthrown, pervert, pitch, prolong, put away, shew, spread (out), stretch (forth, out), take (aside), turn (aside, away), wrest, cause to yield.

(5187) ntiyl [net-eel']

from 'natal' (natal); laden:--that bear.

(5188) ntiyphah [net-ee-faw']

from 'nataph' (nataph); a pendant for the ears (especially of pearls):--chain, collar.

(5189) ntiyshah [net-ee-shaw']

from 'natash' (natash); a tendril (as an offshoot):--battlement, branch, plant.

(5190) natal [naw-tal']

a prim root; to lift; by implication, to impose:--bear, offer, take up.

(5191) ntal [net-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'natal' (natal); to raise:--take up.

(5192) netel [nay'-tel]

: from 'natal' (natal); a burden:--weighty.

(5193) nata` [naw-tah']

a primitive root; properly, to strike in, i.e. fix; specifically, to plant (literally or figuratively):--fastened, plant(- er).

(5194) neta` [neh'-tah]

from 'nata`' (nata`); a plant; collectively, a plantation; abstractly, a planting:--plant.

(5195) natia` [naw-tee'-ah]

from 'nata`' (nata`); a plant:--plant.