Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(6587) — (6626)

(6587) pesa` [peh'-sah]

from 'pasa`' (pasa`); a stride:--step.

(6588) pesha` [peh'-shah]

from 'pasha`' (pasha`); a revolt (national, moral or religious):--rebellion, sin, transgression, trespass.

(6589) pasaq [paw-sak']

a primitive root; to dispart (the feet or lips), i.e. become licentious:--open (wide).

(6590) pshar [pesh-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'pathar' (pathar); to interpret:--make (interpretations), interpreting.

(6591) pshar [pesh-ar']

(Aramaic) from 'pshar' (pshar); an interpretation:--interpretation.

(6592) pesher [pay'-sher]

corresponding to 'pshar' (pshar):--interpretation.

(6593) pishteh [pish-teh']

from the same as 'pash' (pash) as in the sense of comminuting; linen (i.e. the thread, as carded):--flax, linen.

(6594) pishtah [pish-taw']

feminine of 'pishteh' (pishteh); flax; by implication, a wick:--flax, tow.

(6595) path [path]

from 'pathath' (pathath); a bit:--meat, morsel, piece.

(6596) poth [pohth]

or pothah (Ezek. 13:19) {po-thaw'}; from an unused root meaning to open; a hole, i.e. hinge or the female pudenda:--hinge, secret participle

(6597) pith'owm [pith-ome']

or {pith-ome'}; from 'petha`' (petha`); instantly:--straightway, sudden(-ly).

(6598) pathbag [pathbag']

of Persian origin; a dainty:--portion (provision) of meat.

(6599) pithgam [pith-gawm']

of Persian origin; a (judicial) sentence:--decree, sentence.

(6600) pithgam [pith-gawm']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'pithgam' (pithgam); a word, answer, letter or decree:--answer, letter, matter, word.

(6601) pathah [paw-thaw']

a primitive root; to open, i.e. be (causatively, make) roomy; usually figuratively (in a mental or moral sense) to be (causatively, make) simple or (in a sinister way) delude:--allure, deceive, enlarge, entice, flatter, persuade, silly (one).

(6602) Pthuw'el [peth-oo-ale']

from 'pathah' (pathah) and ''el' ('el); enlarged of God; Pethuel, an Israelite:--Pethuel.

(6603) pittuwach [pit-too'-akh]

or pittuach {pit-too'-akh; passive participle of 'pathach' (pathach); sculpture (in low or high relief or even intaglio):--carved (work) (are, en-)grave(-ing, -n).

(6604) Pthowr [peth-ore']

of foreign origin; Pethor, a place in Mesopotamia:--Pethor.

(6605) pathach [paw-thakh']

a primitive root; to open wide (literally or figuratively); specifically, to loosen, begin, plough, carve:--appear, break forth, draw (out), let go free, (en-)grave(-n), loose (self), (be, be set) open(-ing), put off, ungird, unstop, have vent.

(6606) pthach [peth-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'pathach' (pathach); to open:--open.

(6607) pethach [peh'-thakh]

from 'pathach' (pathach); an opening (literally), i.e. door (gate) or entrance way:--door, entering (in), entrance (-ry), gate, opening, place.

(6608) pethach [pay'-thakh]

from 'pathach' (pathach); opening (figuratively) i.e. disclosure:--entrance.

(6609) pthikhah [peth-ee-khaw']

from 'pathach' (pathach); something opened, i.e. a drawn sword:--drawn sword.

(6610) pithchown [pith-khone']

from 'pathach' (pathach); opening (the act):--open(-ing).

(6611) Pthachyah [peth-akh-yaw']

from 'pathach' (pathach) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has opened; Pethachjah, the name of four Israelites:--Pethakiah.

(6612) pthiy [peth-ee']

or pethiy {peh'-thee}; or pthaeiy {peth-aw-ee'}; from 'pathah' (pathah); silly (i.e. seducible):--foolish, simple(-icity, one).

(6613) pthay [peth-ah'-ee]

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'pathah' (pathah); open, i.e. (as noun) width:--breadth.

(6614) pthiygiyl [peth-eeg-eel']

of uncertain derivation; probably a figured mantle for holidays:--stomacher.

(6615) pthayuwth [peth-ah-yooth']

from 'pthiy' (pthiy); silliness (i.e. seducibility):--simple.

(6616) pathiyl [paw-theel']

from 'pathal' (pathal); twine:--bound, bracelet, lace, line, ribband, thread, wire.

(6617) pathal [paw-thal']

a primitive root; to twine, i.e. (literally) to struggle or (figuratively) be (morally) tortuous:--(shew self) froward, shew self unsavoury, wrestle.

(6618) pthaltol [peth-al-tole']

from 'pathal' (pathal); tortuous (i.e. crafty):--crooked.

(6619) Pithom [pee-thome']

of Egyptian derivation; Pithom, a place in Egypt:--Pithom.

(6620) pethen [peh'-then]

from an unused root meaning to twist; an asp (from its contortions):--adder.

(6621) petha` [peh'-thah]

from an unused root meaning to open (the eyes); a wink, i.e. moment (compare 'pith'owm' (pith'owm)) (used only (with or without preposition) adverbially, quickly or unexpectedly):--at an instant, suddenly, X very.

(6622) pathar [paw-thar']

a primitive root; to open up, i.e. (figuratively) interpret (a dream):--interpret(-ation, -er).

(6623) pithrown [pith-rone']

or pithron {pith-rone'}; from 'pathar' (pathar); interpretation (of a dream):--interpretation.

(6624) Pathrowc [path-roce']

of Egyptian derivation; Pathros, a part of Egypt:--Pathros.

(6625) Pathruciy [path-roo-see']

patrial from 'Pathrowc' (Pathrowc); a Pathrusite, or inhabitant of Pathros:--Pathrusim.

(6626) pathath [paw-thath']

a primitive root; to open, i.e. break:--participle