Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


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(6486) pquddah [pek-ood-daw']

feminine passive participle of 'paqad' (paqad); visitation (in many senses, chiefly official):--account, (that have the) charge, custody, that which...laid up, numbers, office(-r), ordering, oversight, + prison, reckoning, visitation.

(6487) piqqadown [pik-kaw-done']

from 'paqad' (paqad); a deposit:--that which was delivered (to keep), store.

(6488) pqiduth [pek-ee-dooth']

from 'paqiyd' (paqiyd); supervision:--ward.

(6489) Pqowd [pek-ode']

from 'paqad' (paqad); punishment; Pekod, a symbolic name for Bab.:--Pekod.

(6490) piqquwd [pik-kood']

or piqqud {pik-kood'}; from 'paqad' (paqad); properly, appointed, i.e. a mandate (of God; plural only, collectively, for the Law):--commandment, precept, statute.

(6491) paqach [paw-kakh']

a primitive root; to open (the senses, especially the eyes); figuratively, to be observant:--open.

(6492) Peqach [peh'-kakh]

from 'paqach' (paqach); watch; Pekach, an Israelite king:--Pekah.

(6493) piqqeach [pik-kay'-akh]

from 'paqach' (paqach); clear-sighted; figuratively, intelligent:--seeing, wise.

(6494) Pqachyah [pek-akh-yaw']

from 'paqach' (paqach) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has observed; Pekachjah, an Israelite king:--Pekahiah.

(6495) pqach-qowach [pek-akh-ko'-akh]

from 'paqach' (paqach) redoubled; opening (of a dungeon), i.e. jail-delivery (figuratively, salvation for sin):--opening of the prison.

(6496) paqiyd [paw-keed']

from 'paqad' (paqad); a superintendent (civil, military or religious):--which had the charge, governor, office, overseer, (that) was set.

(6497) peqa` [peh'-kah]

from an unused root meaning to burst; only used as an architectural term of an ornament similar to 'paqqu`ah' (paqqu`ah), a semi-globe:--knop.

(6498) paqqu`ah [pak-koo-aw']

from the same as 'peqa`' (peqa`); the wild cucumber (from splitting open to shed its seeds):--gourd.

(6499) par [par]

or par {pawr}; from 'parar' (parar); a bullock (apparently as breaking forth in wild strength, or perhaps as dividing the hoof):--(+ young) bull(-ock), calf, ox.

(6500) para' [paw-raw']

a primitive root; to bear fruit:--be fruitful.

(6501) pere' [peh'-reh]

or pereh (Jeremiah 2:24) {peh'-reh}; from 'para'' (para') in the secondary sense of running wild; the onager:--wild (ass).

(6502) Pir'am [pir-awm']

from 'pere'' (pere'); wildly; Piram, a Canaanite:--Piram.

(6503) Parbar [par-bawr']

or Parvar {par-vawr'}; of foreign origin; Parbar or Parvar, a quarter of Jerusalem:--Parbar, suburb.

(6504) parad [paw-rad']

a primitive root; to break through, i.e. spread or separate (oneself):--disperse, divide, be out of joint, part, scatter (abroad), separate (self), sever self, stretch, sunder.

(6505) pered [peh'-red]

from 'parad' (parad); a mule (perhaps from his lonely habits):--mule.

(6506) pirdah [pir-daw']

feminine of 'pered' (pered); a she-mule:--mule.

(6507) prudah [per-oo-daw']

feminine passive participle of 'parad' (parad); something separated, i.e. a kernel:--seed.

(6508) pardec [par-dace']

of foreign origin; a park:--forest, orchard.

(6509) parah [paw-raw']

a primitive root; to bear fruit (literally or figuratively):--bear, bring forth (fruit), (be, cause to be, make) fruitful, grow, increase.

(6510) parah [paw-raw']

feminine of 'par' (par); a heifer:--cow, heifer, kine.

(6511) Parah [paw-raw']

the same as 'parah' (parah); Parah, a place in Palestine:--Parah.

(6512) perah [pay-raw']

from 'puwr' (puwr); a hole (as broken, i.e. dug):--+ mole. Compare 'chaphor' (chaphor).

(6513) Purah [poo-raw']

for 'p'orah' (p'orah); foliage; Purah, an Israelite:--Phurah.

(6514) Pruwda' [per-oo-daw']

or Priyda {per-ee-daw'}; from 'parad' (parad); dispersion; Peruda or Perida, one of "Solomon's servants":--Perida, Peruda.

(6515) Paruwach [paw-roo'-akh]

passive participle of 'parach' (parach); blossomed; Paruach, an Israelite:--Paruah.

(6516) Parvayim [par-vah'-yim]

of foreign origin; Parvajim, an Oriental region:--Parvaim.

(6517) paruwr [paw-roor']

passive participle of 'parar' (parar) in the sense of spreading out (compare 'parach' (parach)); a skillet (as flat or deep):--pan, pot.

(6518) paraz [paw-rawz']

from an unused root meaning to separate, i.e. decide; a chieftain:--village.

(6519) prazah [per-aw-zaw']

from the same as 'paraz' (paraz); an open country:--(unwalled) town (without walls), unwalled village.

(6520) prazown [per-aw-zone']

from the same as 'paraz' (paraz); magistracy, i.e. leadership (also concretely, chieftains):--village.

(6521) praziy [per-aw-zee']

or prowziy {per-o-zee'}; from 'prazah' (prazah); a rustic:--village.

(6522) Prizziy [per-iz-zee']

for 'praziy' (praziy); inhabitant of the open country; a Perizzite, one of the Canaanitish tribes:--Perizzite.

(6523) parzel [par-zel']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'barzel' (barzel); iron:--iron.

(6524) parach [paw-rakh']

a primitive root; to break forth as a bud, i.e. bloom; generally, to spread; specifically, to fly (as extending the wings); figuratively, to flourish:--X abroad, X abundantly, blossom, break forth (out), bud, flourish, make fly, grow, spread, spring (up).

(6525) perach [peh'-rakh]

from 'parach' (parach); a calyx (natural or artificial); generally, bloom:--blossom, bud, flower.

(6526) pirchach [pir-khakh']

from 'parach' (parach); progeny, i.e. a brood:--youth.

(6527) parat [paw-rat']

a primitive root; to scatter words, i.e. prate (or hum):--chant.

(6528) peret [peh'-ret]

from 'parat' (parat); a stray or single berry:--grape.

(6529) priy [per-ee']

from 'parah' (parah); fruit (literally or figuratively):--bough, ((first-)) fruit((-ful)), reward.

(6530) priyts [per-eets']

from 'parats' (parats); violent, i.e. a tyrant:--destroyer, ravenous, robber.

(6531) perek [peh'-rek]

from an unused root meaning to break apart; fracture, i.e. severity:--cruelty, rigour.

(6532) poreketh [po-reh'-keth]

feminine active participle of the same as 'perek' (perek); a separatrix, i.e. (the sacred) screen:--vail.

(6533) param [paw-ram']

a primitive root; to tear:--rend.

(6534) Parmashta' [par-mash-taw']

of Persian origin; Parmashta, a son of Haman:--Parmasta.

(6535) Parnak [par-nak']

of uncertain derivation; Parnak, an Israelite:--Parnach.

(6536) parac [paw-ras']

a primitive root; to break in pieces, i.e. (usually without violence) to split, distribute:--deal, divide, have hoofs, part, tear.

(6537) prac [per-as']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'parac' (parac); to split up:--divide, (U-)pharsin.

(6538) perec [peh'-res]

from 'parac' (parac); a claw; also a kind of eagle:--claw, ossifrage.

(6539) Parac [paw-ras']

of foreign origin; Paras (i.e. Persia), an Eastern country, including its inhabitants:--Persia, Persians.

(6540) Parac [paw-ras']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Parac' (Parac):--Persia, Persians.

(6541) parcah [par-saw']

feminine of 'perec' (perec); a claw or split hoof:--claw, (cloven-)footed, hoof.

(6542) Parciy [par-see']

patrial from 'Parac' (Parac); a Parsite (i.e. Persian), or inhabitant of Peres:--Persian.

(6543) Parciy [par-see']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Parciy' (Parciy):--Persian.

(6544) para` [paw-rah']

a primitive root; to loosen; by implication, to expose, dismiss; figuratively, absolve, begin:--avenge, avoid, bare, go back, let, (make) naked, set at nought, perish, refuse, uncover.

(6545) pera` [peh'-rah]

from 'para`' (para`); the hair (as dishevelled):--locks.

(6546) par`ah [par-aw']

feminine of 'pera`' (pera`) (in the sense of beginning); leadership (plural concretely, leaders):--+ avenging, revenge.

(6547) Par`oh [par-o']

of Egyptian derivation; Paroh, a general title of Egyptian kings:--Pharaoh.

(6548) Par`oh Chophra` [par-o' khof-rah']

of Egyptian derivation; Paroh- Chophra, an Egyptian king:--Pharaoh-hophra.

(6549) Par`oh Nkoh [par-o' nek-o']

or Parpoh Nkow {par-o' nek-o'}; of Egyptian derivation; Paroh-Nekoh (or -Neko), an Egyptian king: --Pharaoh-necho, Pharaoh-nechoh.

(6550) par`osh [par-oshe']

probably from 'para`' (para`) and '`ash' (`ash); a flea (as the isolated insect):--flea.

(6551) Par`osh [par-oshe']

the same as 'par`osh' (par`osh); Parosh, the name of our Israelite:--Parosh, Pharosh.

(6552) Pir`athown [pir-aw-thone']

from 'par`ah' (par`ah); chieftaincy; Pirathon, a place in Palestine:--Pirathon.

(6553) Pir`athowniy [pir-aw-tho-nee']

or Pirathoniy {pir-aw-tho-nee'}; patrial from 'Pir`athown' (Pir`athown); a Pirathonite or inhabitant of Pirathon:--Pirathonite.

(6554) Parpar [par-par']

probably from 'parar' (parar) in the sense of rushing; rapid; Parpar, a river of Syria:--Pharpar.

(6555) parats [paw-rats']

a primitive root; to break out (in many applications, direct and indirect, literal and figurative):--X abroad, (make a) breach, break (away, down, -er, forth, in, up), burst out, come (spread) abroad, compel, disperse, grow, increase, open, press, scatter, urge.

(6556) perets [peh'-rets]

from 'parats' (parats); a break (literally or figuratively):--breach, breaking forth (in), X forth, gap.

(6557) Perets [peh'-rets]

the same as 'perets' (perets); Perets, the name of two Israelites:--Perez, Pharez.

(6558) Partsiy [par-tsee']

patronymically from 'Perets' (Perets); a Partsite (collectively) or descendants of Perets:--Pharzites.

(6559) pratsiym [per-aw-tseem']

plural of 'perets' (perets); breaks; Peratsim, a mountain in Palestine:--Perazim.

(6560) Perets `Uzza' [peh'-rets ooz-zaw']

from 'perets' (perets) and '`Uzza'' (`Uzza'); break of Uzza; Perets-Uzza, a place in Palestine:--Perez-uzza.

(6561) paraq [paw-rak']

a primitive root; to break off or crunch; figuratively, to deliver:--break (off), deliver, redeem, rend (in pieces), tear in pieces.

(6562) praq [per-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'paraq' (paraq); to discontinue:--break off.

(6563) pereq [peh'-rek]

from 'paraq' (paraq); rapine; also a fork (in roads):--crossway, robbery.

(6564) paraq [paw-rawk']

from 'paraq' (paraq); soup (as full of crumbed meat):--broth. See also 'marpe'' (marpe').

(6565) parar [paw-rar']

a primitive root; to break up (usually figuratively, i.e. to violate, frustrate:--X any ways, break (asunder), cast off, cause to cease, X clean, defeat, disannul, disappoint, dissolve, divide, make of none effect, fail, frustrate, bring (come) to nought, X utterly, make void.

(6566) paras [paw-ras']

a primitive root; to break apart, disperse, etc.:--break, chop in pieces, lay open, scatter, spread (abroad, forth, selves, out), stretch (forth, out).

(6567) parash [paw-rash']

a primitive root; to separate, literally (to disperse) or figuratively (to specify); also (by implication) to wound:-- scatter, declare, distinctly, shew, sting.

(6568) prash [per-ash']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'parash' (parash); to specify:--distinctly.

(6569) peresh [peh'-resh]

from 'parash' (parash); excrement (as eliminated):--dung.

(6570) Peresh [peh'-resh]

the same as 'peresh' (peresh); Peresh, an Israelite:--Peresh.

(6571) parash [paw-rawsh']

from 'parash' (parash); a steed (as stretched out to a vehicle, not single nor for mounting (compare 'cuwc' (cuwc))); also (by implication) a driver (in a chariot), i.e. (collectively) cavalry:--horseman.

(6572) parshegen [par-sheh'-ghen]

or pathshegen {path-sheh'-gen}; of foreign origin; a transcript:--copy.

(6573) parshegen [par-sheh'-ghen]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'parshegen' (parshegen):--copy.

(6574) parshdon [par-shed-one']

perhaps by compounding 'parash' (parash) and 'parad' (parad) (in the sense of straddling) (compare 'parshez' (parshez)); the crotch (or anus):--dirt.

(6575) parashah [paw-raw-shaw']

from 'parash' (parash); exposition:--declaration, sum.

(6576) parshez [par-shaze']

a root apparently formed by compounding 'parash' (parash) and that of 'paraz' (paraz) (compare 'parshdon' (parshdon)); to expand:--spread.

(6577) Parshandatha' [par-shan-daw-thaw']

of Persian origin; Parshandatha, a son of Haman:--Parshandatha.

(6578) Prath [per-awth']

from an unused root meaning to break forth; rushing; Perath (i.e. Euphrates), a river of the East:--Euphrates.

(6579) partam [par-tam']

of Persian origin; a grandee:--(most) noble, prince.

(6580) pash [pash]

probably from an unused root meaning to disintegrate; stupidity (as a result of grossness or of degeneracy):--extremity.

(6581) pasah [paw-saw']

a primitive root; to spread:--spread.

(6582) pashach [paw-shakh']

a primitive root; to tear in pieces:--pull in pieces.

(6583) Pashchuwr [pash-khoor']

probably from 'pashach' (pashach); liberation; Pashchur, the name of four Israelites:--Pashur.

(6584) pashat [paw-shat']

a primitive root; to spread out (i.e. deploy in hostile array); by analogy, to strip (i.e. unclothe, plunder, flay, etc.):--fall upon, flay, invade, make an invasion, pull off, put off, make a road, run upon, rush, set, spoil, spread selves (abroad), strip (off, self).

(6585) pasa` [paw-sah']

a primitive root; to stride (from spreading the legs), i.e. rush upon:--go.

(6586) pasha` [paw-shah']

a primitive root (identical with 'pasa`' (pasa`) through the idea of expansion); to break away (from just authority), i.e. trespass, apostatize, quarrel:--offend, rebel, revolt, transgress(-ion, -or).