Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


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(5530) cakal [saw-kawl']

from 'cakal' (cakal); silly:--fool(-ish), sottish.

(5531) cikluwth [sik-looth']

or sikluwth (Eccl. 1:17) {sik-looth'}; from 'cakal' (cakal); silliness:--folly, foolishness.

(5532) cakan [saw-kan']

a primitive root; to be familiar with; by implication, to minister to, be serviceable to, be customary:--acquaint (self), be advantage, X ever, (be, (un-))profit(-able), treasurer, be wont.

(5533) cakan [saw-kan']

probably a denominative from 'sakkiyn' (sakkiyn); properly, to cut, i.e. damage; also to grow (causatively, make) poor:--endanger, impoverish.

(5534) caker [saw-kar']

a primitive root; to shut up; by implication, to surrender:--stop, give over. See also 'cagar' (cagar), 'sakar' (sakar).

(5535) cakath [saw-kath']

a primitive root to be silent; by implication, to observe quietly:--take heed.

(5536) cal [sal]

from 'calal' (calal); properly, a willow twig (as pendulous), i.e. an osier; but only as woven into a basket:--basket.

(5537) cala' [saw-law']

a primitive root; to suspend in a balance, i.e. weigh:--compare.

(5538) Cilla' [sil-law']

from 'calal' (calal); an embankment; Silla, a place in Jerusalem:--Silla.

(5539) calad [saw-lad']

a primitive root; probably to leap (with joy), i.e. exult:--harden self.

(5540) Celed [seh'-led]

from 'calad' (calad); exultation; Seled, an Israelite:--Seled.

(5541) calah [saw-law']

a primitive root; to hang up, i.e. weigh, or (figuratively) contemn:--tread down (under foot), value.

(5542) celah [seh'-law]

from 'calah' (calah); suspension (of music), i.e. pause:--Selah.

(5543) Calluw [sal-loo']

or Calluw; {sal-loo'}; or Caluw {sal-loo'}; or Callay {sal-lah'-ee}; from 'calah' (calah); weighed; Sallu or Sallai, the name of two Israelites:--Sallai, Sallu, Salu.

(5544) cillown [sil-lone']

or callown {sal-one'}; from 'calah' (calah); a prickle (as if pendulous); brier, thorn.

(5545) calach [saw-lakh']

a primitive root; to forgive:--forgive, pardon, spare.

(5546) callach [saw-lawkh']

from 'calach' (calach); placable: ready to forgive.

(5547) cliychah [sel-ee-khaw']

from 'calach' (calach); pardon:--forgiveness, pardon.

(5548) Calkah [sal-kaw']

from an unused root. meaning to walk; walking; Salcah, a place East of the Jordan:--Salcah, Salchah.

(5549) calal [saw-lal']

a primitive root; to mound up (especially a turnpike); figurative, to exalt; reflexively, to oppose (as by a dam):-- cast up, exalt (self), extol, make plain, raise up.

(5550) collah [so-lel-aw']

or cowllah {so-lel-aw'}; active participle feminine of 'calal' (calal), but used passively; a military mound, i.e. rampart of besiegers:--bank, mount.

(5551) cullam [sool-lawm']

from 'calal' (calal); a stair-case:--ladder.

(5552) calcillah [sal-sil-law']

from 'calah' (calah); a twig (as pendulous):--basket.

(5553) cela` [seh'-lah]

from an unused root meaning to be lofty; a craggy rock, literally or figuratively (a fortress):--(ragged) rock, stone(-ny), strong hold.

(5554) Cela` [seh'-lah]

the same as 'cela`' (cela`); Sela, the rock-city of Idumaea:--rock, Sela(-h).

(5555) Cela` ham-machlqowth [seh'-lah ham-makh-lek-oth']

from 'cela`' (cela`) and the plural of 'machaloqeth' (machaloqeth) with the article interposed; rock of the divisions; Sela- ham-Machlekoth, a place in Palestine:--Sela-hammalekoth.

(5556) col`am [sol-awm']

apparently from the same as 'cela`' (cela`) in the sense of crushing as with a rock, i.e. consuming; a kind of locust (from its destructiveness):--bald locust.

(5557) calaph [saw-laf']

a primitive root; properly, to wrench, i.e. (figuratively) to subvert:--overthrow, pervert.

(5558) celeph [seh'-lef]

from 'calaph' (calaph); distortion, i.e. (figuratively) viciousness:--perverseness.

(5559) cliq [sel-eek']

(Aramaic) a primitive root; to ascend:--come (up).

(5560) coleth [so'-leth]

from an unused root meaning to strip; flour (as chipped off):--(fine) flour, meal.

(5561) cam [sam]

from an unused root meaning to smell sweet; an aroma:-- sweet (spice).

(5562) Camgar Nbow [sam-gar' neb-o']

of foreign origin; Samgar-Nebo, a Babylonian general:--Samgar-nebo.

(5563) cmadar [sem-aw-dar']

of uncertain derivation; a vine blossom; used also adverbially, abloom:--tender grape.

(5564) camak [saw-mak']

a primitive root; to prop (literally or figuratively); reflexively, to lean upon or take hold of (in a favorable or unfavorable sense):--bear up, establish, (up-)hold, lay, lean, lie hard, put, rest self, set self, stand fast, stay (self), sustain.

(5565) Cmakyahuw [sem-ak-yaw'-hoo]

from 'camak' (camak) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); supported of Jah; Semakjah, an Israelite:--Semachiah.

(5566) cemel [seh'-mel]

or cemel {say'-mel}; from an unused root meaning to resemble; a likeness:--figure, idol, image.

(5567) caman [saw-man']

a primitive root; to designate:--appointed.

(5568) camar [saw-mar']

a primitive root; to be erect, i.e. bristle as hair:--stand up, tremble.

(5569) camar [saw-mar']

from 'camar' (camar); bristling, i.e. shaggy:--rough.

(5570) Cna'ah [sen-aw-aw']

from an unused root meaning to prick; thorny; Senaah, a place in Palestine:--Senaah, Hassenaah (with the article).

(5571) Canballat [san-bal-lat']

of foreign origin; Sanballat, a Persian satrap of Samaria:--Sanballat.

(5572) cnah [sen-eh']

from an unused root meaning to prick; a bramble:--bush.

(5573) Ceneh [seh-neh']

the same s 'cnah' (cnah); thorn; Seneh, a crag in Palestine:--Seneh.

(5574) Cnuw'ah [sen-oo-aw']

or Cnu.ah {sen-oo-aw'} from the same as 'Cna'ah' (Cna'ah); pointed; (used with the article as a proper name) Senuah, the name of two Israelites:--Hasenuah (including the art), Senuah.

(5575) canver [san-vare']

of uncertain derivation; (in plural) blindness:--blindness.

(5576) Cancheriyb [san-khay-reeb']

of foreign origin; Sancherib, an Assyrian king:--Sennacherib.

(5577) cancin [san-seen']

from an unused root meaning to be pointed; a twig (as tapering):--bough.

(5578) Cancannah [san-san-naw']

feminine of a form of 'cancin' (cancin); a bough; Sansannah, a place in Palestine:--Sansannah.

(5579) cnappiyr [sen-ap-peer']

of uncertain derivation; a fin (collectively):--fins.

(5580) cac [sawce]

from the same as 'cuwc' (cuwc); a moth (from the agility of the fly):--moth.

(5581) Cicmay [sis-mah'-ee]

of uncertain derivation; Sismai, an Israelite:--Sisamai.

(5582) ca`ad [saw-ad']

a primitive root; to suport (mostly figurative):--comfort, establish, hold up, refresh self, strengthen, be upholden.

(5583) c`ad [seh-ad']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'ca`ad' (ca`ad); to aid:--helping.

(5584) ca`ah [saw-aw']

a primitive root; to rush:--storm.

(5585) ca`iyph [saw-eef']

from 'ca`aph' (ca`aph); a fissure (of rocks); also a bough (as subdivided):--(outmost) branch, clift, top.

(5586) ca`aph [saw-af']

a primitive root; properly, to divide up; but used only as denominative from 'ca`iyph' (ca`iyph), to disbranch (a tree):--top.

(5587) ca`iph [saw-eef']

or samiph {saw-eef'}; from 'ca`aph' (ca`aph); divided (in mind), i.e. (abstractly) a sentiment:--opinion.

(5588) ce`eph [say-afe']

from 'ca`aph' (ca`aph); divided (in mind), i.e. (concretely) a skeptic:--thought.

(5589) c`appah [seh-ap-paw']

feminine of 'ca`iyph' (ca`iyph); a twig:--bough, branch. Compare 'car`appah' (car`appah).

(5590) ca`ar [saw-ar']

a primitive root; to rush upon; by implication, to toss (transitive or intransitive, literal or figurative):--be (toss with) tempest(-uous), be sore, troubled, come out as a (drive with the, scatter with a) whirlwind.

(5591) ca`ar [sah'-ar]

or (feminine) ctarah {seh-aw-raw'}; from 'ca`ar' (ca`ar); a hurricane:--storm(-y), tempest, whirlwind.

(5592) caph [saf]

from 'caphaph' (caphaph), in its original sense of containing; a vestibule (as a limit); also a dish (for holding blood or wine):--bason, bowl, cup, door (post), gate, post, threshold.

(5593) Caph [saf]

the same as 'caph' (caph); Saph, a Philistine:--Saph. Compare 'Cippay' (Cippay).

(5594) caphad [saw-fad']

a primitive root; properly, to tear the hair and beat the breasts (as Orientals do in grief); generally to lament; by implication, to wail:--lament, mourn(-er), wail.

(5595) caphah [saw-faw']

a primitive root; properly, to scrape (literally, to shave; but usually figuratively) together (i.e. to accumulate or increase) or away (i.e. to scatter, remove, or ruin; intransitively, to perish):--add, augment, consume, destroy, heap, join, perish, put.

(5596) caphach [saw-fakh']

or saphach (Isaiah 3:17) {saw-fakh'}; a primitive root; properly, to scrape out, but in certain peculiar senses (of removal or association):--abiding, gather together, cleave, smite with the scab.

(5597) cappachath [sap-pakh'-ath]

from 'caphach' (caphach); the mange (as making the hair fall off):--scab.

(5598) Cippay [sip-pah'-ee]

from 'caph' (caph); bason-like; Sippai, a Philistine:--Sippai. Compare 'Caph' (Caph).

(5599) caphiyach [saw-fee'-akh]

from 'caphach' (caphach); something (spontaneously) falling off, i.e. a self-sown crop; figuratively, a freshet:--(such) things as (which) grow (of themselves), which groweth of its own accord (itself).

(5600) cphiynah [sef-ee-naw']

from 'caphan' (caphan); a (sea-going) vessel (as ceiled with a deck):--ship.

(5601) cappiyr [sap-peer']

from 'caphar' (caphar); a gem (perhaps used for scratching other substances), probably the sapphire:--sapphire.

(5602) cephel [say'-fel]

from an unused root meaning to depress; a basin (as deepened out):--bowl, dish.

(5603) caphan [saw-fan']

a primitive root; to hide by covering; specifically, to roof (passive participle as noun, a roof) or wainscot; figuratively, to reserve:--cieled, cover, seated.

(5604) cippun [sip-poon']

from 'caphan' (caphan); a wainscot:--cieling.

(5605) caphaph [saw-faf']

a primitive root; properly, to snatch away, i.e. terminate; but used only as denominative from 'caph' (caph) (in the sense of a vestibule), to wait at the threshold:--be a doorkeeper.

(5606) caphaq [saw-fak']

or saphaq (1 Kings 20:10; Job 27:23; Isaiah 2:6) {saw-fak'}; a primitive root; to clap the hands (in token of compact, derision, grief, indignation, or punishment); by implication of satisfaction, to be enough; by implication of excess, to vomit:--clap, smite, strike, suffice, wallow.

(5607) cepheq [say'-fek]

or sepheq (Job 20:22; 36:18) {seh'-fek}; from 'caphaq' (caphaq); chastisement; also satiety:--stroke, sufficiency.

(5608) caphar [saw-far']

a primitive root; properly, to score with a mark as a tally or record, i.e. (by implication) to inscribe, and also to enumerate; intensively, to recount, i.e. celebrate:--commune, (ac-)count; declare, number, + penknife, reckon, scribe, shew forth, speak, talk, tell (out), writer.

(5609) cphar [sef-ar']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'caphar' (caphar); a book:--book, roll.

(5610) cphar [sef-awr']

from 'caphar' (caphar); a census:--numbering.

(5611) Cphar [sef-awr']

the same as 'cphar' (cphar); Sephar, a place in Arabia:--Sephar.

(5612) cepher [say'-fer]

or (feminine) ciphrah (Psa. 56:8 (9)) {sif-raw'}; from 'caphar' (caphar); properly, writing (the art or a document); by implication, a book:--bill, book, evidence, X learn(-ed) (-ing), letter, register, scroll.

(5613) capher [saw-fare']

(Aramaic) from the same as 'cphar' (cphar); a scribe (secular or sacred):--scribe.

(5614) Cpharad [sef-aw-rawd']

of foreign derivation; Sepharad, a region of Assyria:--Sepharad.

(5615) cphorah [sef-o-raw']

from 'caphar' (caphar); a numeration:--number.

(5616) Cpharviy [sef-ar-vee']

patrial from 'Cpharvayim' (Cpharvayim); a Sepharvite or inhabitant of Sepharvain:--Sepharvite.

(5617) Cpharvayim [sef-ar-vah'-yim]


(5618) Cophereth [so-feh'-reth]

feminine active participle of 'caphar' (caphar); a scribe (properly, female); Sophereth, a temple servant:--Sophereth.

(5619) caqal [saw-kal']

a primitive root; properly, to be weighty; but used only in the sense of lapidation or its contrary (as if a delapidation):--(cast, gather out, throw) stone(-s), X surely.

(5620) car [sar]

contracted from 'carar' (carar); peevish:--heavy, sad.

(5621) carab [saw-rawb']

from an unused root meaning to sting; a thistle:--brier.

(5622) carbal [sar-bal']

(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation; a cloak:--coat.

(5623) Cargown [sar-gone']

of foreign derivation; Sargon, an Assyrian king:--Sargon.

(5624) Cered [seh'-red]

from a primitive root meaning to tremble; trembling; Sered, an Israelite:--Sered.

(5625) Cardiy [sar-dee']

patron from 'Cered' (Cered); a Seredite (collectively) or descendants of Sered:--Sardites.

(5626) Cirah [see-raw']

from 'cuwr' (cuwr); departure; Sirah, a cistern so-called:--Sirah. See also 'ciyr' (ciyr).

(5627) carah [saw-raw']

from 'cuwr' (cuwr); apostasy, crime; figuratively, remission:--X continual, rebellion, revolt((-ed)), turn away, wrong.

(5628) carach [saw-rakh']

a primitive root; to extend (even to excess):--exceeding, hand, spread, stretch self, banish.

(5629) cerach [seh'-rakh]

from 'carach' (carach); a redundancy:--remnant.

(5630) ciyron [sir-yone']

for 'shiryown' (shiryown); a coat of mail:--brigandine.