Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(6251) — (6283)

(6251) `ashtrah [ash-ter-aw']

probably from '`ashar' (`ashar); increase:--flock.

(6252) `Ashtarowth [ash-taw-roth']

or bAshtaroth {ash-taw-roth'}; plural of '`ashtrah' (`ashtrah); Ashtaroth, the name of a Sidonian deity, and of a place East of the Jordan:--Asharoth, Astaroth. See also 'Beyth `Ashtarowth' (Beyth `Ashtarowth), '`Ashtoreth' (`Ashtoreth), '`Ashtroth Qarnayim' (`Ashtroth Qarnayim).

(6253) `Ashtoreth [ash-to'reth]

probably for '`ashtrah' (`ashtrah); Ashtoreth, the Phoenician goddess of love (and increase):--Ashtoreth.

(6254) `Ashtrathiy [ash-ter-aw-thee']

patrial from '`Ashtarowth' (`Ashtarowth); an Ashterathite or inhabitant of Ashtaroth:--Ashterathite.

(6255) `Ashtroth Qarnayim [ash-ter-oth' kar-nah'-yim]

from '`Ashtarowth' (`Ashtarowth) and the dual of 'qeren' (qeren); Ashtaroth of (the) double horns (a symbol of the deity); Ashteroth-Karnaim, a place East of the Jordan:--Ashtoreth Karnaim.

(6256) `eth [ayth]

from '`ad' (`ad); time, especially (adverb with preposition) now, when, etc.:--+ after, (al-)ways, X certain, + continually, + evening, long, (due) season, so (long) as, (even-, evening-, noon-)tide, ((meal-)), what) time, when.

(6257) `athad [aw-thad']

a primitive root; to prepare:--make fit, be ready to become.

(6258) `attah [at-taw']

from '`eth' (`eth); at this time, whether adverb, conjunction or expletive:--henceforth, now, straightway, this time, whereas.

(6259) `athuwd [aw-thood']

passive participle of '`athad' (`athad); prepared:--ready.

(6260) `attuwd [at-tood']

or sattud {at-tood'}; from '`athad' (`athad); prepared, i.e. full grown; spoken only (in plural) of he-goats, or (figuratively) leaders of the people:--chief one, (he) goat, ram.

(6261) `ittiy [it-tee']

from '`eth' (`eth); timely:--fit.

(6262) `Attay [at-tah'ee]

for '`ittiy' (`ittiy); Attai, the name of three Israelites:--Attai.

(6263) `athiyd [ath-eed']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`athiyd' (`athiyd); prepared:--ready.

(6264) `athiyd [aw-theed']

from '`athad' (`athad); prepared; by implication, skilful; feminine plural the future; also treasure:--things that shall come, ready, treasures.

(6265) `Athayah [ath-aw-yaw']

from '`uwth' (`uwth) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has helped; Athajah, an Israelite:--Athaiah.

(6266) `athiyq [aw-theek']

from '`athaq' (`athaq); properly, antique, i.e. venerable or splendid:--durable.

(6267) attiyq [at-teek']

from '`athaq' (`athaq); removed, i.e. weaned; also antique:--ancient, drawn.

(6268) `attiyq [at-teek']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'attiyq' (attiyq); venerable:--ancient.

(6269) `Athak [ath-awk']

from an unused root meaning to sojourn; lodging; Athak, a place in Palestine:--Athach.

(6270) `Athlay [ath-lah'ee]

from an unused root meaning to compress; constringent; Athlai, an Israelite:--Athlai.

(6271) `Athalyah [ath-al-yaw']

or mAthalyahuw {ath-al-yaw'-hoo}; from the same as '`Athlay' (`Athlay) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has constrained; Athaljah, the name of an Israelitess and two Israelites:--Athaliah.

(6272) `atham [aw-tham]

a primitive root; probably to glow, i.e. (figuratively) be desolated:--be darkened.

(6273) `Otnniy [oth-nee']

from an unused root meaning to force; forcible; Othni, an Israelite:--Othni.

(6274) `Othniy'el [oth-nee-ale']

from the same as '`Otnniy' (`Otnniy) and ''el' ('el); force of God; Othniel, an Israelite:--Othniel.

(6275) `athaq [aw-thak']

a primitive root; to remove (intransitive or transitive) figuratively, to grow old; specifically, to transcribe:--copy out, leave off, become (wax) old, remove.

(6276) `atheq [aw-thake']

from '`athaq' (`athaq); antique, i.e. valued:--durable.

(6277) `athaq [aw-thawk']

from '`athaq' (`athaq) in the sense of license; impudent:--arrogancy, grievous (hard) things, stiff.

(6278) `Eth Qatsiyn [ayth kaw-tseen']

from '`eth' (`eth) and 'qayam' (qayam); time of a judge; Eth-Katsin, a place in Palestine:--Ittah-kazin (by including directive enclitic).

(6279) `athar [aw-thar']

a primitive root (rather denominative from '`Ether' (`Ether)); to burn incense in worship, i.e. intercede (reciprocally, listen to prayer):--intreat, (make) pray(-er).

(6280) `athar [aw-thar']

a primitive root; to be (causatively, make) abundant:--deceitful, multiply.

(6281) `Ether [eh'ther]

from '`athar' (`athar); abundance; Ether, a place in Palestine:--Ether.

(6282) `athar [aw-thawr']

from '`athar' (`athar); incense (as increasing to a volume of smoke); hence (from '`athar' (`athar)) a worshipper:--suppliant, thick.

(6283) `athereth [ath-eh'-reth]

from '`athar' (`athar); copiousness:--abundance.