Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(6049) `anan [aw-nan']

a primitive root; to cover; used only as a denominative from '`anan' (`anan), to cloud over; figuratively, to act covertly, i.e. practise magic:--X bring, enchanter, Meonemin, observe(-r of) times, soothsayer, sorcerer.

(6050) `anan [an-an']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`anan' (`anan):--cloud.

(6051) `anan [aw-nawn']

from '`anan' (`anan); a cloud (as covering the sky), i.e. the nimbus or thunder-cloud:--cloud(-y).

(6052) `Anan [aw-nawn']

the same as '`anan' (`anan); cloud; Anan, an Israelite:--Anan.

(6053) `ananah [an-aw-naw']

feminine of '`anan' (`anan); cloudiness:--cloud.

(6054) `Ananiy [an-aw-nee']

from '`anan' (`anan); cloudy; Anani, an Israelite:--Anani.

(6055) `Ananyah [an-an-yaw']

from '`anan' (`anan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has covered; Ananjah, the name of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine:--Ananiah.

(6056) `anaph [an-af']

(Aramaic) or deneph (Aramaic) {eh'-nef}; corresponding to '`anaph' (`anaph):--bough, branch.

(6057) `anaph [aw-nawf']

from an unused root meaning to cover; a twig (as covering the limbs):--bough, branch.

(6058) `aneph [aw-nafe']

from the same as '`anaph' (`anaph); branching:--full of branches.

(6059) `anaq [aw-nak']

a primitive root; properly, to choke; used only as denominative from '`anaq' (`anaq), to collar, i.e. adorn with a necklace; figuratively, to fit out with supplies:--compass about as a chain, furnish, liberally.

(6060) `anaq [aw-nawk']

from '`anaq' (`anaq); a necklace (as if strangling):--chain.

(6061) `Anaq [aw-nawk']

the same as '`anaq' (`anaq); Anak, a Canaanite:--Anak.

(6062) `Anaqiy [an-aw-kee']

patronymically from '`Anaq' (`Anaq); an Anakite or descendant of Anak:--Anakim.

(6063) `Aner [aw-nare']

probably for 'na`ar' (na`ar); Aner, a Amorite, also a place in Palestine:--Aner.

(6064) `anash [aw-nash']

a primitive root; properly, to urge; by implication, to inflict a penalty, specifically, to fine:--amerce, condemn, punish, X surely.

(6065) `anash [an-ash']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`onesh' (`onesh); a mulct:--confiscation.

(6066) `onesh [o'-nesh]

from '`anash' (`anash); a fine:--punishment, tribute.

(6067) `Anath [an-awth']

from '`anah' (`anah); answer; Anath, an Israelite:--Anath.

(6068) `Anathowth [an-aw-thoth']

plural of '`Anath' (`Anath); Anathoth, the name of two Israelites, also of a place in Pal:--Anathoth.

(6069) `Anthothiy [an-tho-thee']

or rAnnthowthiy {an-ne-tho-thee'}; patrial from '`Anathowth' (`Anathowth); a Antothite or inhabitant of Anathoth:--of Anathoth, Anethothite, Anetothite, Antothite.

(6070) `Anthothiyah [an-tho-thee-yaw']

from the same as '`Anathowth' (`Anathowth) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); answers of Jah; Anthothijah, an Israelite:--Antothijah.

(6071) `aciyc [aw-sees']

from '`acac' (`acac); must or fresh grape-juice (as just trodden out):--juice, new (sweet) wine.

(6072) `acac [aw-sas']

a primitive root; to squeeze out juice; figuratively, to trample:--tread down.

(6073) `ophe' [of-eh']

from an unused root meaning to cover; a bough (as covering the tree):--branch.

(6074) `ophiy , [of-ee']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`ophe'' (`ophe'); a twig; bough, i.e. (collectively) foliage:--leaves.

(6075) `aphal [aw-fal']

a primitive root; to swell; figuratively, be elated:--be lifted up, presume.

(6076) `ophel [o'-fel]

from '`aphal' (`aphal); a tumor; also a mound, i.e. fortress:--emerod, fort, strong hold, tower.

(6077) `Ophel [o'-fel]

the same as '`ophel' (`ophel); Ophel, a ridge in Jerusalem:--Ophel.

(6078) `Ophniy [of-nee']

from an unused noun (denoting a place in Palestine; from an unused root of uncertain meaning); an Ophnite (collectively) or inhabitants of Ophen:--Ophni.

(6079) `aph`aph [af-af']

from '`uwph' (`uwph); an eyelash (as fluttering); figuratively, morning ray:--dawning, eye-lid.

(6080) `aphar [aw-far']

: a primitive root: meaning either to be gray or perhaps rather to pulverize; used only as denominative from '`aphar' (`aphar), to be dust:--cast (dust).

(6081) `Epher [ay'-fer]

probably a variation of '`opher' (`opher); gazelle; Epher, the name of an Arabian and of two Israelites:--Epher.

(6082) `opher [o'-fer]

from '`aphar' (`aphar); a fawn (from the dusty color):--young roe (hart).

(6083) `aphar [aw-fawr']

from '`aphar' (`aphar); dust (as powdered or gray); hence, clay, earth, mud:--ashes, dust, earth, ground, morter, powder, rubbish.

(6084) `Ophrah [of-raw']

feminine of '`opher' (`opher); female fawn; Ophrah, the name of an Israelite and of two places in Palestine:--Ophrah.

(6085) `Ephrown [ef-rone']

from the same as '`Epher' (`Epher); fawn-like; Ephron, the name of a Canaanite and of two places in Palestine:--Ephron, Ephrain (from the margin).

(6086) `ets [ates]

from '`atsah' (`atsah); a tree (from its firmness); hence, wood (plural sticks):--+ carpenter, gallows, helve, + pine, plank, staff, stalk, stick, stock, timber, tree, wood.

(6087) `atsab [aw-tsab']

a primitive root; properly, to carve, i.e. fabricate or fashion; hence (in a bad sense) to worry, pain or anger:-- displease, grieve, hurt, make, be sorry, vex, worship, wrest.

(6088) `atsab , [ats-ab']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`atsab' (`atsab); to afflict:--lamentable.

(6089) `etseb [eh'-tseb]

from '`atsab' (`atsab); an earthen vessel; usually (painful) toil; also a pang (whether of body or mind): grievous, idol, labor, sorrow.

(6090) `otseb [o'-tseb]

a variation of '`etseb' (`etseb); an idol (as fashioned); also pain (bodily or mental):--idol, sorrow, X wicked.

(6091) `atsab [aw-tsawb']

from '`atsab' (`atsab); an (idolatrous) image:--idol, image.

(6092) `atseb [aw-tsabe']

from '`atsab' (`atsab); a (hired) workman:--labour.

(6093) `itstsabown [its-tsaw-bone']

from '`atsab' (`atsab); worrisomeness, i.e. labor or pain:--sorrow, toil.

(6094) `atstsebeth [ats-tseh'-beth]

from '`atsab' (`atsab); a idol; also, a pain or wound:--sorrow, wound.

(6095) `atsah [aw-tsaw']

a primitive root; properly, to fasten (or make firm), i.e. to close (the eyes):--shut.

(6096) `atseh [aw-tseh']

from '`atsah' (`atsah); the spine (as giving firmness to the body):--backbone.

(6097) `etsah [ay-tsaw']

feminine of '`ets' (`ets); timber:--trees.

(6098) `etsah [ay-tsaw']

from 'ya`ats' (ya`ats); advice; by implication, plan; also prudence:--advice, advisement, counsel(l-(or)), purpose.

(6099) `atsuwm [aw-tsoom']

or matsum {aw-tsoom'}; passive participle of '`atsam' (`atsam); powerful (specifically, a paw); by implication, numerous:--+ feeble, great, mighty, must, strong.

(6100) `Etsyown [ets-yone' gheh'ber]

(shorter) {Etsyon Geber, from '`atseh' (`atseh) and 'geber' (geber); backbone-like of a man; Etsjon-Geber, a place on the Red Sea:--Ezion-geber.

(6101) `atsal [aw-tsal']

a primitive root; to lean idly, i.e. to be indolent or slack:--be slothful.

(6102) `atsel [aw-tsale']

from '`atsal' (`atsal); indolent:--slothful, sluggard.

(6103) `atslah [ats-law']

feminine of '`atsel' (`atsel); (as abstractly) indolence:--slothfulness.

(6104) `atsluwth [ats-looth']

rom '`atsal' (`atsal); indolence:--idleness.

(6105) `atsam [aw-tsam']

a primitive root; to bind fast, i.e. close (the eyes); intransitively, to be (causatively, make) powerful or numerous; denominatively (from '`etsem' (`etsem)) to crunch the bones:--break the bones, close, be great, be increased, be (wax) mighty(-ier), be more, shut, be(-come, make) strong(-er).

(6106) `etsem [eh'tsem]

from '`atsam' (`atsam); a bone (as strong); by extension, the body; figuratively, the substance, i.e. (as pron.) selfsame:--body, bone, X life, (self-)same, strength, X very.

(6107) `Etsem [eh'-tsem]

the same as '`etsem' (`etsem); bone; Etsem, a place in Palestine:--Azem, Ezem.

(6108) `otsem [o'-tsem]

from '`atsam' (`atsam); power; hence, body:--might, strong, substance.

(6109) `otsmah [ots-maw']

feminine of '`otsem' (`otsem); powerfulness; by extension, numerousness:--abundance, strength.

(6110) `atstsumah [ats-tsoo-maw']

feminine of '`atsuwm' (`atsuwm); a bulwark, i.e. (figuratively) argument:--strong.

(6111) `Atsmown [ats-mone']

or iAtsmon {ats-mone'}; from '`Etsem' (`Etsem); bone-like; Atsmon, a place near Palestine:--Azmon.

(6112) `etsen [ay'-tsen]

from an unused root meaning to be sharp or strong; a spear:--Eznite (from the margin).

(6113) `atsar [aw-tsar']

a primitive root; to inclose; by analogy, to hold back; also to maintain, rule, assemble:--X be able, close up, detain, fast, keep (self close, still), prevail, recover, refrain, X reign, restrain, retain, shut (up), slack, stay, stop, withhold (self).

(6114) `etser [eh'-tser]

from '`atsar' (`atsar); restraint:--+ magistrate.

(6115) `otser [o'-tser]

from '`atsar' (`atsar); closure; also constraint:--X barren, oppression, X prison.

(6116) `atsarah [ats-aw-raw']

or matsereth {ats-eh'-reth}; from '`atsar' (`atsar); an assembly, especially on a festival or holiday:--(solemn) assembly (meeting).

(6117) `aqab [aw-kab']

a primitive root; properly, to swell out or up; used only as denominative from '`aqeb' (`aqeb), to seize by the heel; figuratively, to circumvent (as if tripping up the heels); also to restrain (as if holding by the heel):--take by the heel, stay, supplant, X utterly.

(6118) `eqeb [ay'-keb]

from '`aqab' (`aqab) in the sense of '`aqeb' (`aqeb); a heel, i.e. (figuratively) the last of anything (used adverbially, for ever); also result, i.e. compensation; and so (adverb with preposition or relatively) on account of:--X because, by, end, for, if, reward.

(6119) `aqeb [aw-kabe']

or (feminine) hiqqbah {ik-keb-aw'}; from '`aqab' (`aqab); a heel (as protuberant); hence, a track; figuratively, the rear (of an army):--heel, (horse-)hoof, last, lier in wait (by mistake for '`aqeb' (`aqeb)), (foot- )step.

(6120) `aqeb [aw-kabe']

from '`aqab' (`aqab) in its denominative sense; a lier in wait:--heel (by mistake for '`aqeb' (`aqeb)).

(6121) `aqob [aw-kobe']

from '`aqab' (`aqab); in the original sense, a knoll (as swelling up); in the denominative sense (transitive) fraudulent or (intransitive) tracked:--crooked, deceitful, polluted.

(6122) `oqbah [ok-baw']

feminine of an unused form from '`aqab' (`aqab) meaning a trick; trickery:--subtilty.

(6123) `aqad [aw-kad']

a primitive root; to tie with thongs:--bind.

(6124) `aqod [aw-kode']

from '`aqad' (`aqad); striped (with bands):--ring straked.

(6125) `aqah [aw-kaw']

from '`uwq' (`uwq); constraint:--oppression.

(6126) `Aqquwb [ak-koob']

from '`aqab' (`aqab); insidious; Akkub, the name of five Israelites:--Akkub.

(6127) `aqal [aw-kal']

a primitive root; to wrest:--wrong.

(6128) `aqalqal [ak-al-kal']

from '`aqal' (`aqal); winding:--by(-way), crooked way.

(6129) `aqallathown [ak-al-law-thone']

from '`aqal' (`aqal); tortuous:--crooked.

(6130) `Aqan [aw-kawn']

from an unused root meaning to twist; tortuous; Akan, an Idummaean:--Akan. Compare 'Ya`aqan' (Ya`aqan).

(6131) `aqar [aw-kar']

a primitive root; to pluck up (especially by the roots); specifically, to hamstring; figuratively, to exterminate:--dig down, hough, pluck up, root up.

(6132) `aqar [ak-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`aqar' (`aqar):--pluck up by the roots.

(6133) `eqer [ay'-ker]

from '`aqar' (`aqar). figuratively, a transplanted person, i.e. naturalized citizen:--stock.

(6134) `Eqer [ay'-ker]

the same as '`eqer' (`eqer); Eker, an Israelite:--Eker.

(6135) `aqar [aw-kawr']

from '`aqar' (`aqar); sterile (as if extirpated in the generative organs):--(X male or female) barren (woman).

(6136) `iqqar [ik-kar']

(Aramaic) from '`aqar' (`aqar); a stock:--stump.

(6137) `aqrab [ak-rawb']

of uncertain derivation; a scorpion; figuratively, a scourge or knotted whip:--scorpion.

(6138) `Eqrown [ek-rone']

from '`aqar' (`aqar); eradication; Ekron, a place in Palestine:--Ekron.

(6139) `Eqrowniy [ek-ro-nee']

or mEqroniy {ek-ro-nee'; patrial from '`Eqrown' (`Eqrown); an Ekronite or inhabitant of Ekron:--Ekronite.

(6140) `aqash [aw-kash']

a primitive root; to knot or distort; figuratively, to pervert (act or declare perverse):--make crooked, (prove, that is) perverse(-rt).

(6141) `iqqesh [ik-kashe']

from '`aqash' (`aqash); distorted; hence, false:--crooked, froward, perverse.

(6142) `Iqqesh [ik-kashe']

the same as '`iqqesh' (`iqqesh); perverse; Ikkesh, an Israelite:--Ikkesh.

(6143) `iqqshuwth [ik-kesh-ooth']

from '`iqqesh' (`iqqesh); perversity:--X froward.

(6144) `Ar [awr]

the same as '`iyr' (`iyr); a city; Ar, a place in Moab:--Ar.

(6145) `ar [awr]

from '`uwr' (`uwr); a foe (as watchful for mischief):--enemy.

(6146) `ar [awr]

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`ar' (`ar):--enemy.

(6147) `Er [ayr]

from '`uwr' (`uwr); watchful; Er, the name of two Israelites:--Er.

(6148) `arab [aw-rab']

a primitive root; to braid, i.e. intermix; technically, to traffic (as if by barter); also or give to be security (as a kind of exchange):--engage, (inter-)meddle (with), mingle (self), mortgage, occupy, give pledges, be(-come, put in) surety, undertake.

(6149) `areb [aw-rabe']

a primitive root (identical with '`arab' (`arab) through the idea of close association); to be agreeable:--be pleasant(-ing), take pleasure in, be sweet.