Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(6728) tsiyiy [tsee-ee']

from the same as 'tsiyah' (tsiyah); a desert-dweller, i.e. nomad or wild beast:--wild beast of the desert, that dwell in (inhabiting) the wilderness.

(6729) tsiynoq [tsee-noke']

from an unused root meaning to confine; the pillory:--stocks.

(6730) Tsiy`or [tsee-ore']

from 'tsa`ar' (tsa`ar); small; Tsior, a place in Palestine:--Zior.

(6731) tsiyts [tseets]

or tsits {tseets}; from 'tsuwts' (tsuwts); properly, glistening, i.e. a burnished plate; also a flower (as bright-colored); a wing (as gleaming in the air):--blossom, flower, plate, wing.

(6732) Tsiyts [tseets]

the same as 'tsiyts' (tsiyts); bloom; Tsits, a place in Palestine:--Ziz.

(6733) tsiytsah [tsee-tsaw']

feminine of 'tsiyts' (tsiyts); a flower:--flower.

(6734) tsiytsith [tsee-tseeth']

feminine of 'tsiyts' (tsiyts); a floral or wing-like projection, i.e. a forelock of hair, a tassel:--fringe, lock.

(6735) tsiyr [tseer]

from 'tsuwr' (tsuwr); a hinge (as pressed in turning); also a throe (as a phys. or mental pressure); also a herald or errand-doer (as constrained by the principal):--ambassador, hinge, messenger, pain, pang, sorrow. Compare 'tsiyr' (tsiyr).

(6736) tsiyr [tseer]

the same as 'tsiyr' (tsiyr); a form (of beauty; as if pressed out, i.e. carved); hence, an (idolatrous) image:--beauty, idol.

(6737) tsayar [tsaw-yar']

a denominative from 'tsiyr' (tsiyr) in the sense of ambassador; to make an errand, i.e. betake oneself:--make as if...had been ambassador.

(6738) tsel [tsale]

from 'tsalal' (tsalal); shade, whether literal or figurative:--defence, shade(-ow).

(6739) tsla' [tsel-aw']

(Aramaic) probably corresponding to 'tsala`' (tsala`) in the sense of bowing; pray:--pray.

(6740) tsalah [tsaw-law']

a primitive root; to roast:--roast.

(6741) Tsillah [tsil-law']

feminine of 'tsel' (tsel); Tsillah, an antediluvian woman:--Zillah.

(6742) tsluwl [tsel-ool']

from 'tsalal' (tsalal) in the sense of rolling; a (round or flattened) cake:--cake.

(6743) tsalach [tsaw-lakh']

or tsaleach {tsaw-lay'-akh}; a primitive root; to push forward, in various senses (literal or figurative, transitive or intransitive):--break out, come (mightily), go over, be good, be meet, be profitable, (cause to, effect, make to, send) prosper(-ity, -ous, - ously).

(6744) tslach [tsel-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'tsalach' (tsalach); to advance (transitive or intransitive):--promote, prosper.

(6745) tselachah [tsay-law-khaw']

from 'tsalach' (tsalach); something protracted or flattened out, i.e. a platter:--pan.

(6746) tslochiyth [tsel-o-kheeth']

from 'tsalach' (tsalach); something prolonged or tall, i.e. a vial or salt-cellar:--cruse.

(6747) tsallachath [tsal-lakh'-ath]

from 'tsalach' (tsalach); something advanced or deep, i.e. a bowl; figuratively, the bosom:--bosom, dish.

(6748) tsaliy [tsaw-lee']

passive participle of 'tsalah' (tsalah); roasted:--roast.

(6749) tsalal [tsaw-lal']

a primitive root; properly, to tumble down, i.e. settle by a waving motion:--sink. Compare 'tsalal' (tsalal), 'tsalal' (tsalal).

(6750) tsalal [tsaw-lal']

a primitive root (identical with 'tsalal' (tsalal) through the idea of vibration); to tinkle, i.e. rattle together (as the ears in reddening with shame, or the teeth in chattering with fear):--quiver, tingle.

(6751) tsalal [tsaw-lal']

a primitive root (identical with 'tsalal' (tsalal) through the idea of hovering over (compare 'tselem' (tselem))); to shade, as twilight or an opaque object:--begin to be dark, shadowing.

(6752) tselel [tsay'-lel]

from 'tsalal' (tsalal); shade:--shadow.

(6753) Tslelpowniy [tsel-el-po-nee']

from 'tselel' (tselel) and the active participle of 'panah' (panah); shade-facing; Tselelponi, an Israelitess:--Hazelelponi (including the article).

(6754) tselem [tseh'-lem]

from an unused root meaning to shade; a phantom, i.e. (figuratively) illusion, resemblance; hence, a representative figure, especially an idol:--image, vain shew.

(6755) tselem [tseh'-lem]

(Aramaic) or tslem (Aramaic) {tsel-em'}; corresponding to 'tselem' (tselem); an idolatrous figure:--form, image.

(6756) Tsalmown [tsal-mone']

from 'tselem' (tselem); shady; Tsalmon, the name of a place in Palestine and of an Israelite:--Zalmon.

(6757) tsalmaveth [tsal-maw'-veth]

from 'tsel' (tsel) and 'maveth' (maveth); shade of death, i.e. the grave (figuratively, calamity):--shadow of death.

(6758) Tsalmonah [tsal-mo-naw']

feminine of 'tsalmaveth' (tsalmaveth); shadiness; Tsalmonah, a place in the Desert:--Zalmonah.

(6759) Tsalmunna` [tsal-moon-naw']

from 'tsel' (tsel) and 'mana`' (mana`); shade has been denied; Tsalmunna, a Midianite:--Zalmunna.

(6760) tsala` [tsaw-lah']

a primitive root: probably to curve; used only as denominative from 'tsela`' (tsela`), to limp (as if one-sided):--halt.

(6761) tsela` [tseh'-lah]

from 'tsala`' (tsala`); a limping or full (figuratively):--adversity, halt(-ing).

(6762) Tsela` [tseh'-lah]

the same as 'tsela`' (tsela`); Tsela, a place in Palestine:--Zelah.

(6763) tsela` [tsay-law']

or (feminine) tsalTah {tsal-aw'}; from 'tsala`' (tsala`); a rib (as curved), literally (of the body) or figuratively (of a door, i.e. leaf); hence, a side, literally (of a person) or figuratively (of an object or the sky, i.e. quarter); architecturally, a (especially floor or ceiling) timber or plank (single or collective, i.e. a flooring):--beam, board, chamber, corner, leaf, plank, rib, side (chamber).

(6764) Tsalaph [tsaw-lawf']

from an unused root of unknown meaning; Tsalaph, an Israelite:--Zalaph.

(6765) Tslophchad [tsel-of-chawd']

from the same as 'Tsalaph' (Tsalaph) and ''echad' ('echad); Tselophchad, an Israelite:--Zelophehad.

(6766) Tseltsach [tsel-tsakh']

from 'tsel' (tsel) and 'tsach' (tsach); clear shade; Tseltsach, a place in Palestine:--Zelzah.

(6767) tslatsal [tsel-aw-tsal']

from 'tsalal' (tsalal) reduplicated; a clatter, i.e. (abstractly) whirring (of wings); (concretely) a cricket; also a harpoon (as rattling), a cymbal (as clanging):--cymbal, locust, shadowing, spear.

(6768) Tseleq [tseh'-lek]

from an unused root meaning to split; fissure; Tselek, an Israelite:--Zelek.

(6769) Tsillthay [tsil-leth-ah'-ee]

from the feminine of 'tsel' (tsel); shady; Tsillethai, the name of two Israelites:--Zilthai.

(6770) tsame' [tsaw-may']

a primitive root; to thirst (literally or figuratively):--(be a-, suffer) thirst(-y).

(6771) tsame' [tsaw-may']

from 'tsame'' (tsame'); thirsty (literally or figuratively):--(that) thirst(-eth, -y).

(6772) tsama' [tsaw-maw']

from 'tsame'' (tsame'); thirst (literally or figuratively):--thirst(-y).

(6773) tsim'ah [tsim-aw']

feminine of 'tsama'' (tsama'); thirst (figuratively, of libidinousnes):--thirst.

(6774) tsimma'own [tsim-maw-one']

from 'tsame'' (tsame'); a thirsty place, i.e. desert:--drought, dry ground, thirsty land.

(6775) tsamad [tsaw-mad']

a primitive root; to link, i.e. gird; figuratively, to serve, (mentally) contrive:--fasten, frame, join (self).

(6776) tsemed [tseh'-med]

a yoke or team (i.e. pair); hence, an acre (i.e. day's task for a yoke of cattle to plough):--acre, couple, X together, two (donkeys), yoke (of oxen).

(6777) tsammah [tsam-maw']

from an unused root meaning to fasten on; a veil:--locks.

(6778) tsammuwq [tsam-mook']

from 'tsamaq' (tsamaq); a cake of dried grapes:--bunch (cluster) of raisins.

(6779) tsamach [tsaw-makh']

a primitive root; to sprout (transitive or intransitive, literal or figurative):--bear, bring forth, (cause to, make to) bud (forth), (cause to, make to) grow (again, up), (cause to) spring (forth, up).

(6780) tsemach [tseh'-makh]

from 'tsamach' (tsamach); a sprout (usually concrete), literal or figurative:--branch, bud, that which (where) grew (upon), spring(-ing).

(6781) tsamiyd [tsaw-meed']

or tsamid {tsaw-meed'}; from 'tsamad' (tsamad); a bracelet or arm-clasp; generally, a lid:--bracelet, covering.

(6782) tsammiym [tsam-meem']

from the same as 'tsammah' (tsammah); a noose (as fastening); figuratively, destruction:--robber.

(6783) tsmiythuth [tsem-ee-thooth']

or tsmithuth {tsem-ee-thooth'}; from 'tsamath' (tsamath); excision, i.e. destruction; used only (adverbially) with prepositional prefix to extinction, i.e. perpetually:--ever.

(6784) tsamaq [tsaw-mak']

a primitive root; to dry up:--dry.

(6785) tsemer [tseh'-mer]

from an unused root probably meaning to be shaggy; wool:--wool(-len).

(6786) Tsmariy [tsem-aw-ree']

patrial from an unused name of a place in Palestine; a Tsemarite or branch of the Canaanites:--Zemarite.

(6787) Tsmarayim [tsem-aw-rah'-yim]

dual of 'tsemer' (tsemer); double fleece; Tsemarajim, a place in Palestine:--Zemaraim.

(6788) tsammereth [tsam-meh'-reth]

from the same as 'tsemer' (tsemer); fleeciness, i.e. foliage:--highest branch, top.

(6789) tsamath [tsaw-math']

a primitive root; to extirpate (literally or figuratively):--consume, cut off, destroy, vanish.

(6790) Tsin [tseen]

from an unused root meaning to prick; a crag; Tsin, a part of the Desert:--Zin.

(6791) tsen [tsane]

from an unused root meaning to be prickly; a thorn; hence, a cactus-hedge:--thorn.

(6792) tsone' [tso-nay']

or tsoneh {tso-neh'}; for 'tso'n' (tso'n); a flock:--sheep.

(6793) tsinnah [tsin-naw']

feminine of 'tsen' (tsen); a hook (as pointed); also a (large) shield (as if guarding by prickliness); also cold (as piercing):-- buckler, cold, hook, shield, target.

(6794) tsinnuwr [tsin-noor']

from an unused root perhaps meaning to be hollow; a culvert:--gutter, water-spout.

(6795) tsanach [tsaw-nakh']

a primitive root; to alight; (transitive) to cause to descend, i.e. drive down:--fasten, light (from off).

(6796) tsaniyn [tsaw-neen']

or tsanin {tsaw-neen'}; from the same as 'tsen' (tsen); a thorn:--thorn.

(6797) tsaniyph [tsaw-neef']

or tsanowph {tsaw-nofe'}; or (feminine) tsaniyphah {tsaw-nee-faw'}; from 'tsanaph' (tsanaph); a head-dress (i.e. piece of cloth wrapped around):--diadem, hood, mitre.

(6798) tsanam [tsaw-nam']

a primitive root; to blast or shrink:--withered.

(6799) Tsnan [tsen-awn']

probably for 'Tsa'anan' (Tsa'anan); Tsenan, a place near Palestine:--Zenan.

(6800) tsana` [tsaw-nah']

a primitive root; to humiliate:--humbly, lowly.

(6801) tsanaph [tsaw-naf']

a primitive root; to wrap, i.e. roll or dress:--be attired, X surely, violently turn.

(6802) tsnephah [tsen-ay-faw']

from 'tsanaph' (tsanaph); a ball:--X toss.

(6803) tsintseneth [tsin-tseh'-neth]

from the same as 'tsen' (tsen); a vase (probably a vial tapering at the top):--pot.

(6804) tsantarah [tsan-taw-raw']

probably from the same as 'tsinnuwr' (tsinnuwr); a tube:--pipe.

(6805) tsa`ad [tsaw-ad']

a primitive root; to pace, i.e. step regularly; (upward) to mount; (along) to march; (down and causatively) to hurl:-- bring, go, march (through), run over.

(6806) tsa`ad [tsah'-ad]

from 'tsantarah' (tsantarah); a pace or regular step:--pace, step.

(6807) ts`adah [tseh-aw-daw']

feminine of 'tsa`ad' (tsa`ad); a march; (concretely) an (ornamental) ankle-chain:--going, ornament of the legs.

(6808) tsa`ah [tsaw-aw']

a primitive root; to tip over (for the purpose of spilling or pouring out), i.e. (figuratively) depopulate; by implication, to imprison or conquer; (reflexive) to lie down (for coitus):--captive exile, travelling, (cause to) wander(-er).

(6809) tsa`iyph [tsaw-eef']

from an unused root meaning to wrap over; a veil:--vail.

(6810) tsa`iyr [tsaw-eer']

or tsanowr {tsaw-ore'}; from 'tsa`ar' (tsa`ar); little; (in number) few; (in age) young, (in value) ignoble:--least, little (one), small (one), + young(-er, -est).

(6811) Tsa`iyr [tsaw-eer']

the same as 'tsa`iyr' (tsa`iyr); Tsair, a place in Idumaea:--Zair.

(6812) ts`iyrah [tseh-ee-raw']

feminine of 'tsa`iyr' (tsa`iyr); smallness (of age), i.e. juvenility:--youth.

(6813) tsa`an [tsaw-an']

a primitive root; to load up (beasts), i.e. to migrate:--be taken down.

(6814) Tso`an [tso'-an]

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

(6815) Tsa`ananniym [tsah-an-an-neem']

or (dual) Tsaeanayim {tsah-an-ah'-yim}; plural from 'tsa`an' (tsa`an); removals; Tsaanannim or Tsaanajim, a place in Palestine:--Zaannannim, Zaanaim.

(6816) tsa`tsua` [tsah-tsoo'-ah]

from an unused root meaning to bestrew with carvings; sculpture:--image (work).

(6817) tsa`aq [tsaw-ak']

a primitive root; to shriek; (by implication) to proclaim (an assembly):--X at all, call together, cry (out), gather (selves) (together).

(6818) tsa`aqah [tsah-ak-aw']

from 'tsa`aq' (tsa`aq); a shriek:--cry(-ing).

(6819) tsa`ar [tsaw-ar']

a primitive root; to be small, i.e. (figuratively) ignoble:--be brought low, little one, be small.

(6820) Tso`ar [tso'ar]

from 'tsa`ar' (tsa`ar); little; Tsoar, a place East of the Jordan:--Zoar.

(6821) tsaphad [tsaw-fad']

a primitive root; to adhere:--cleave.

(6822) tsaphah [tsaw-faw']

a primitive root; properly, to lean forward, i.e. to peer into the distance; by implication, to observe, await:-- behold, espy, look up (well), wait for, (keep the) watch(-man).

(6823) tsaphah [tsaw-faw']

a primitive root (probably identical with 'tsaphah' (tsaphah) through the idea of expansion in outlook, transferring to action); to sheet over (especially with metal):--cover, overlay.

(6824) tsaphah [tsaw-faw']

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); an inundation (as covering):--X swimmest.

(6825) Tsphow [tsef-o']

or Tsphiy {tsef-ee'}; from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); observant; Tsepho or Tsephi, an Idumaean:--Zephi, Zepho.

(6826) tsippuwy [tsip-poo'-ee]

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); encasement (with metal):--covering, overlaying.

(6827) Tsphown [tsef-one']

probably for 'Tsiphyown' (Tsiphyown); Tsephon, an Israelite:--Zephon.

(6828) tsaphown [tsaw-fone']

or tsaphon {tsaw-fone'}; from 'tsaphan' (tsaphan); properly, hidden, i.e. dark; used only of the north as a quarter (gloomy and unknown):--north(-ern, side, -ward, wind).