Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(5297) Noph [nofe]

a variation of 'Moph' (Moph); Noph, the capital of Upper Egypt:--Noph.

(5298) Nepheg [neh'-feg]

from an unused root probably meaning to spring forth; a sprout; Nepheg, the name of two Israelites:--Nepheg.

(5299) naphah [naw-faw']

from 'nuwph' (nuwph) in the sense of lifting; a height; also a sieve:--border, coast, region, sieve.

(5300) Nphuwshciym [nef-oo-shes-eem']

for 'Nphiyciym' (Nphiyciym); Nephushesim, a Temple- servant:--Nephisesim (from the margin).

(5301) naphach [naw-fakh']

a primitive root; to puff, in various applications (literally, to inflate, blow hard, scatter, kindle, expire; figuratively, to disesteem):--blow, breath, give up, cause to lose (life), seething, snuff.

(5302) Nophach [no'-fakh]

from 'naphach' (naphach); a gust; Nophach, a place in Moab:--Nophah.

(5303) nphiyl [nef-eel']

or nphil {nef-eel'}; from 'naphal' (naphal); properly, a feller, i.e. a bully or tyrant:--giant.

(5304) Nphiyciym [nef-ee-seem']

plural from an unused root meaning to scatter; expansions; Nephisim, a Temple-servant:--Nephusim (from the margin).

(5305) Naphiysh [naw-feesh']

from 'naphash' (naphash); refreshed; Naphish, a son of Ishmael, and his posterity:--Naphish.

(5306) nophek [no'-fek]

from an unused root meaning to glisten; shining; a gem, probably the garnet:--emerald.

(5307) naphal [naw-fal']

a primitive root; to fall, in a great variety of applications (intransitive or causative, literal or figurative):--be accepted, cast (down, self, (lots), out), cease, die, divide (by lot), (let) fail, (cause to, let, make, ready to) fall (away, down, -en, -ing), fell(-ing), fugitive, have (inheritance), inferior, be judged (by mistake for 'palal' (palal)), lay (along), (cause to) lie down, light (down), be (X hast) lost, lying, overthrow, overwhelm, perish, present(-ed, -ing), (make to) rot, slay, smite out, X surely, throw down.

(5308) nphal [nef-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'naphal' (naphal):--fall (down), have occasion.

(5309) nephel [neh'-fel]

or nephel {nay'-fel}; from 'naphal' (naphal); something fallen, i.e. an abortion:--untimely birth.

(5310) naphats [naw-fats']

a primitive root; to dash to pieces, or scatter:--be beaten in sunder, break (in pieces), broken, dash (in pieces), cause to be discharged, dispersed, be overspread, scatter.

(5311) nephets [neh'-fets]

from 'naphats' (naphats); a storm (as dispersing):--scattering.

(5312) nphaq [nef-ak']

(Aramaic) a primitive root; to issue; causatively, to bring out:--come (go, take) forth (out).

(5313) niphqa' [nif-kaw']

(Aramaic) from 'nphaq' (nphaq); an outgo, i.e. expense:--expense.

(5314) naphash [naw-fash']

a primitive root; to breathe; passively, to be breathed upon, i.e. (figuratively) refreshed (as if by a current of air):--(be) refresh selves (-ed).

(5315) nephesh [neh'-fesh]

from 'naphash' (naphash); properly, a breathing creature, i.e. animal of (abstractly) vitality; used very widely in a literal, accommodated or figurative sense (bodily or mental):--any, appetite, beast, body, breath, creature, X dead(-ly), desire, X (dis-)contented, X fish, ghost, + greedy, he, heart(-y), (hath, X jeopardy of) life (X in jeopardy), lust, man, me, mind, mortally, one, own, person, pleasure, (her-, him-, my-, thy-)self, them (your)-selves, + slay, soul, + tablet, they, thing, (X she) will, X would have it.

(5316) nepheth [neh'-feth]

for 'naphah' (naphah); a height:--country.

(5317) nopheth [no'-feth]

from 'nuwph' (nuwph) in the sense of shaking to pieces; a dripping i.e. of honey (from the comb):--honeycomb.

(5318) Nephtowach [nef-to'-akh]

from 'pathach' (pathach); opened, i.e. a spring; Nephtoach, a place in Palestine:--Neptoah.

(5319) naphtuwl [naf-tool']

from 'pathal' (pathal); properly, wrestled; but ued (in the plural) transitively, a struggle:--wrestling.

(5320) Naphtuchiym [naf-too-kheem]

plural of foreign origin, Naphtuchim, an Egyptian tribe:--Naptuhim.

(5321) Naphtaliy [naf-taw-lee']

from 'pathal' (pathal); my wrestling; Naphtali, a son of Jacob, with the tribe descended from him, and its territory:--Naphtali.

(5322) nets [nayts]

from 'natsats' (natsats); a flower (from its brilliancy); also a hawk (from it flashing speed); --blossom, hawk.

(5323) natsa' [naw-tsaw']

a primitive root; to go away; --flee.

(5324) natsab [naw-tsab']

a prim root; to station, in various applications (literally or figuratively):--appointed, deputy, erect, establish, X Huzzah (by mistake for a proper name), lay, officer, pillar, present, rear up, set (over, up), settle, sharpen, establish, (make to) stand(-ing, still, up, upright), best state.

(5325) nitstsab [nits-twawb']

passive participle of 'natsab' (natsab); fixed, i.e. a handle:--haft.

(5326) nitsbah [nits-baw']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'natsab' (natsab); fixedness, i.e. firmness:--strength.

(5327) natsah [naw-tsaw']

a primitive root; properly, to go forth, i.e. (by implication) to be expelled, and (consequently) desolate; causatively, to lay waste; also (specifically), to quarrel:--be laid waste, runinous, strive (together).

(5328) nitstsah [nits-tsaw']

feminine of 'nets' (nets); a blossom; --flower.

(5329) natsach [naw-tsakh']

a primitive root; properly, to glitter from afar, i.e. to be eminent (as a superintendent, especially of the Temple services and its music); also (as denominative from 'netsach' (netsach)), to be permanent:--excel, chief musician (singer), oversee(-r), set forward.

(5330) ntsach [nets-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'natsach' (natsach); to become chief:--be preferred.

(5331) netsach [neh'-tsakh]

or netsach {nay'-tsakh}; from 'natsach' (natsach); properly, a goal, i.e. the bright object at a distance travelled towards; hence (figuratively), splendor, or (subjectively) truthfulness, or (objectively) confidence; but usually (adverbially), continually (i.e. to the most distant point of view); --alway(-s), constantly, end, (+ n-)ever(more), perpetual, strength, victory.

(5332) Netsach [nay'-tsakh]

probably identical with 'netsach' (netsach), through the idea of brilliancy of color; juice of the grape (as blood red):--blood, strength.

(5333) ntsiyb [nets-eeb']

or ntsib {nets-eeb'}; from 'natsab' (natsab); something stationary, i.e. a prefect, a military post, a statue:--garrison, officer, pillar.

(5334) Ntsiyb [nets-eeb']

the same as 'ntsiyb' (ntsiyb); station; Netsib, a place in Palestine:--Nezib.

(5335) ntsiyach [nets-ee'-akh]

from 'natsach' (natsach); conspicuous; Netsiach, a Temple- servant:--Neziah.

(5336) natsiyr [naw-tsere']

from 'natsar' (natsar); properly, conservative; but used passively, delivered:--preserved.

(5337) natsal [naw-tsal']

a primitive root; to snatch away, whether in a good or a bad sense:- X at all, defend, deliver (self), escape, X without fail, part, pluck, preserve, recover, rescue, rid, save, spoil, strip, X surely, take (out).

(5338) ntsal [nets-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'natsal' (natsal); to extricate:--deliver, rescue.

(5339) nitstsan [nits-tsawn']

from 'nets' (nets); a blossom:--flower.

(5340) natsats [naw-tsats']

a primitive root; to glare, i.e. be bright- colored:--sparkle.

(5341) natsar [naw-tsar']

a primitive root; to guard, in a good sense (to protect, maintain, obey, etc.) or a bad one (to conceal, etc.):-- besieged, hidden thing, keep(-er, -ing), monument, observe, preserve(-r), subtil, watcher(-man).

(5342) netser [nay'-tser]

from 'natsar' (natsar) in the sense of greenness as a striking color; a shoot; figuratively, a descendant:--branch.

(5343) nqe' [nek-ay']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'naqah' (naqah); clean:--pure.

(5344) naqab [naw-kab']

a primitive root; to puncture, literally (to perforate, with more or less violence) or figuratively (to specify, designate, libel):--appoint, blaspheme, bore, curse, express, with holes, name, pierce, strike through.

(5345) neqeb [neh'keb]

a bezel (for a gem):--pipe.

(5346) Neqeb [neh'-keb]

the same as 'neqeb' (neqeb); dell; Nekeb, a place in Palestine:--Nekeb.

(5347) nqebah [nek-ay-baw']

from 'naqab' (naqab); female (from the sexual form):--female.

(5348) naqod [naw-kode']

from an unused root meaning to mark (by puncturing or branding); spotted:--speckled.

(5349) noqed [no-kade']

active participle from the same as 'naqod' (naqod); a spotter (of sheep or cattle), i.e. the owner or tender (who thus marks them):-- herdman, sheepmaster.

(5350) niqqud [nik-kood']

from the same as 'naqod' (naqod); a crumb (as broken to spots); also a biscuit (as pricked):--cracknel, mouldy.

(5351) nquddah [ned-ood-daw']

feminine of 'naqod' (naqod); a boss:--stud.

(5352) naqah [naw-kaw']

a primitive root; to be (or make) clean (literally or figuratively); by implication (in an adverse sense) to be bare, i.e. extirpated:--acquit X at all, X altogether, be blameless, cleanse, (be) clear(-ing), cut off, be desolate, be free, be (hold) guiltless, be (hold) innocent, X by no means, be quit, be (leave) unpunished, X utterly, X wholly.

(5353) Nqowda' [nek-o-daw']

feminine of 'naqod' (naqod) (in the figurative sense of marked); distinction; Nekoda, a Temple-servant:--Nekoda.

(5354) naqat [naw-kat']

a primitive root; to loathe:--weary.

(5355) naqiy [naw-kee']

or naqiyi (Joel ''eb' ('eb) : ''ibchah' ('ibchah); Jonah ''ab' ('ab) : ''abah' ('abah)), {naw-kee'}; from 'naqah' (naqah); innocent:--blameless, clean, clear, exempted, free, guiltless, innocent, quit.

(5356) niqqayown [nik-kaw-yone']

or niqqayon {nik-kaw-yone'}; from 'naqah' (naqah); clearness (literally or figuratively):--cleanness, innocency.

(5357) naqiyq [naw-keek']

from an unused root meaning to bore; a cleft:--hole.

(5358) naqam [naw-kam']

a primitive root; to grudge, i.e. avenge or punish:--avenge(-r, self), punish, revenge (self), X surely, take vengeance.

(5359) naqam [naw-kawm']

from 'naqam' (naqam); revenge:--+ avenged, quarrel, vengeance.

(5360) nqamah [nek-aw-maw']

feminine of 'naqam' (naqam); avengement, whether the act of the passion:--+ avenge, revenge(-ing), vengeance.

(5361) naqa` [naw-kah']

a primitive root; to feel aversion:--be alienated.

(5362) naqaph [naw-kaf']

a primitive root; to strike with more or less violence (beat, fell, corrode); by implication (of attack) to knock together, i.e. surround or circulate:--compass (about, -ing), cut down, destroy, go round (about), inclose, round.

(5363) noqeph [no'-kef]

from 'naqaph' (naqaph); a threshing (of olives):--shaking.

(5364) niqpah [nik-paw']

from 'naqaph' (naqaph); probably a rope (as encircling):--rent.

(5365) naqar [naw-kar']

a primitive root; to bore (penetrate, quarry):--dig, pick out, pierce, put (thrust) out.

(5366) nqarah [nek-aw-raw']

from 'naqar' (naqar), a fissure:--cleft, clift.

(5367) naqash [naw-kash']

a primitive root; to entrap (with a noose), literally or figuratively:--catch (lay a) snare.

(5368) nqash [nek-ash']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'naqash' (naqash); but used in the sense of 'naqaph' (naqaph); to knock:--smote.

(5369) Ner [nare]

the same as 'niyr' (niyr); lamp; Ner, an Israelite:--Ner.

(5370) Nergal [nare-gal']

of foreign origin; Nergal, a Cuthite deity:--Nergal.

(5371) Nergal Shar'etser [nare-gal' shar-eh'-tser]

from 'Nergal' (Nergal) and 'Shar'etser' (Shar'etser); Nergal-Sharetser, the name of two Babylonians:--Nergal-sharezer.

(5372) nirgan [neer-gawn']

from an unused root meaning to roll to pieces; a slanderer:--talebearer, whisperer.

(5373) nerd [nayrd]

of foreign origin; nard, an aromatic:--spikenard.

(5374) Neriyah [nay-ree-yaw']

or Neriyahuw {nay-ree-yaw'-hoo}; from 'niyr' (niyr) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); light of Jah; Nerijah, an Israelite:--Neriah.

(5375) nasa' [naw-saw']

or nacah (Psalm ''eb' ('eb) : ''abad' ('abad) (7)) {naw-saw'}; a primitive root; to lift, in a great variety of applications, literal and figurative, absol. and rel. (as follows):--accept, advance, arise, (able to, (armor), suffer to) bear(-er, up), bring (forth), burn, carry (away), cast, contain, desire, ease, exact, exalt (self), extol, fetch, forgive, furnish, further, give, go on, help, high, hold up, honorable (+ man), lade, lay, lift (self) up, lofty, marry, magnify, X needs, obtain, pardon, raise (up), receive, regard, respect, set (up), spare, stir up, + swear, take (away, up), X utterly, wear, yield.

(5376) nsa' [nes-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nasa'' (nasa'):--carry away, make insurrection, take.

(5377) nasha' [naw-shaw']

a primitive root; to lead astray, i.e. (mentally) to delude, or (morally) to seduce:--beguile, deceive, X greatly, X utterly.

(5378) nasha' [naw-shaw']

a primitive root (perhaps identical with 'nasha'' (nasha'), through the idea of imposition); to lend on interest; by implication, to dun for debt:--X debt, exact, giver of usury.

(5379) nisse'th [nis-sayth']

passive participle feminine of 'nasa'' (nasa'); something taken, i.e. a present:--gift.

(5380) nashab [naw-shab']

a primitive root; to blow; by implication, to disperse:--(cause to) blow, drive away.

(5381) nasag [naw-sag']

a primitive root; to reach (literally or figuratively):--ability, be able, attain (unto), (be able to, can) get, lay at, put, reach, remove, wax rich, X surely, (over-)take (hold of, on, upon).

(5382) nashah [naw-shaw']

a primitive root; to forget; figuratively, to neglect; causatively, to remit, remove:--forget, deprive, exact.

(5383) nashah [naw-shaw']

a primitive root (rather identical with 'nashah' (nashah), in the sense of 'nasha'' (nasha')); to lend or (by reciprocity) borrow on security or interest:--creditor, exact, extortioner, lend, usurer, lend on (taker on) usury.

(5384) nasheh [naw-sheh']

from 'nashah' (nashah), in the sense of failure; rheumatic or crippled (from the incident to Jacob):--which shrank.

(5385) nsuw'ah [nes-oo-aw']

or rather, nsutah {nes-oo-aw'}; feminine. passive participle of 'nasa'' (nasa'); something borne, i.e. a load:--carriage.

(5386) nshiy [nesh-ee']

from 'nashah' (nashah); a debt:--debt.

(5387) nasiy' [naw-see']

or nasi8 {naw-see'}; from 'nasa'' (nasa'); properly, an exalted one, i.e. a king or sheik; also a rising mist:--captain, chief, cloud, governor, prince, ruler, vapour.

(5388) nshiyah [nesh-ee-yaw']

from 'nashah' (nashah); oblivion; --forgetfulness.

(5389) nashiyn [naw-sheen']

(Aramaic) irregular plural feminine of ''enash' ('enash):--women.

(5390) nshiyqah [nesh-ee-kaw']

from 'nashaq' (nashaq); a kiss:--kiss.

(5391) nashak [naw-shak']

a primitive root; to strike with a sting (as a serpent); figuratively, to oppress with interest on a loan:--bite, lend upon usury.

(5392) neshek [neh'-shek]

from 'nashak' (nashak); interest on a debt:--usury.

(5393) nishkah [nish-kaw']

for 'lishkah' (lishkah); a cell:--chamber.

(5394) nashal [naw-shal']

a primitive root; to pluck off, i.e. divest, eject or drop:--cast (out), drive, loose, put off (out), slip.

(5395) nasham [naw-sham']

a primitive root; properly, to blow away, i.e. destroy:--destroy.

(5396) nishma' [nish-maw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nshamah' (nshamah); vital breath:--breath.

(5397) nshamah [nesh-aw-maw']

from 'nasham' (nasham); a puff, i.e. wind, angry or vital breath, divine inspiration, intellect. or (concretely) an animal:--blast, (that) breath(-eth), inspiration, soul, spirit.