Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(6829) Tsaphown [tsaw-fone']

the same as 'tsaphown' (tsaphown); boreal; Tsaphon, a place in Palestine:--Zaphon.

(6830) tsphowniy [tsef-o-nee']

from 'tsaphown' (tsaphown); northern:--northern.

(6831) Tsphowniy [tsef-o-nee']

patronymically from 'Tsphown' (Tsphown); a Tsephonite, or (collectively) descendants of Tsephon:--Zephonites.

(6832) tsphuwa` [tsef-oo'-ah]

from the same as 'tsepha`' (tsepha`); excrement (as protruded):--dung.

(6833) tsippowr [tsip-pore']

or tsippor {tsip-pore'}; from 'tsaphar' (tsaphar); a little bird (as hopping):--bird, fowl, sparrow.

(6834) Tsippowr [tsip-pore']

the same as 'tsippowr' (tsippowr); Tsippor, a Moabite:--Zippor.

(6835) tsappachath [tsap-pakh'-ath]

from an unused root meaning to expand; a saucer (as flat):--cruse.

(6836) tsphiyah [tsef-ee-yaw']

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); watchfulness:--watching.

(6837) Tsiphyown [tsif-yone']

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); watch-tower; Tsiphjon, an Israelite:--Ziphion. Compare 'Tsphown' (Tsphown).

(6838) tsappiychith [tsap-pee-kheeth']

from the same as 'tsappachath' (tsappachath); a flat thin cake:--wafer.

(6839) Tsophiym [tso-feem']

plural of active participle of 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); watchers; Tsophim, a place East of the Jordan:--Zophim.

(6840) tsaphiyn [tsaw-feen']

from 'tsaphan' (tsaphan); a treasure (as hidden):--hid.

(6841) tsphiyr [tsef-eer']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'tsaphiyr' (tsaphiyr); a he-goat:--he (goat).

(6842) tsaphiyr [tsaw-feer']

from 'tsaphar' (tsaphar); a male goat (as prancing):--(he) goat.

(6843) tsphiyrah [tsef-ee-raw']

feminine formed like 'tsaphiyr' (tsaphiyr); a crown (as encircling the head); also a turn of affairs (i.e. mishap):--diadem, morning.

(6844) tsaphiyth [tsaw-feeth']

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); a sentry:--watchtower.

(6845) tsaphan [tsaw-fan']

a primitive root; to hide (by covering over); by implication, to hoard or reserve; figuratively to deny; specifically (favorably) to protect, (unfavorably) to lurk:--esteem, hide(-den one, self), lay up, lurk (be set) privily, (keep) secret(-ly, place).

(6846) Tsphanyah [tsef-an-yaw']

or Tsphanyahuw {tsef-an-yaw'-hoo}; from 'tsaphan' (tsaphan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has secreted; Tsephanjah, the name of four Israelites:--Zephaniah.

(6847) Tsophnath Pa`neach [tsof-nath' pah-nay'-akh]

of Egyptian derivation; Tsophnath-Paneach, Joseph's Egyptian name:--Zaphnath-paaneah.

(6848) tsepha` [tseh'-fah; or tsiph]

from an unused root meaning to extrude; a viper (as thrusting out the tongue, i.e. hissing):--adder, cockatrice.

(6849) tsphi`ah [tsef-ee-aw']

feminine from the same as 'tsepha`' (tsepha`); an outcast thing:--issue.

(6850) tsaphaph [tsaw-faf']

a primitive root; to coo or chirp (as a bird):--chatter, peep, whisper.

(6851) tsaphtsaphah [tsaf-tsaw-faw']

from 'tsuwph' (tsuwph); a willow (as growing in overflowed places):--willow tree.

(6852) tsaphar [tsaw-far']

a primitive root; to skip about, i.e. return:--depart early.

(6853) tsphar [tsef-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'tsippowr' (tsippowr); a bird. -- bird.

(6854) tsphardea` [tsef-ar-day'-ah]

from 'tsaphar' (tsaphar) and a word elsewhere unused meaning a swamp; a marsh-leaper, i.e. frog:--frog.

(6855) Tsipporah [tsip-po-raw']

feminine of 'tsippowr' (tsippowr); bird; Tsipporah, Moses' wife:--Zipporah.

(6856) tsipporen [tsip-po'-ren]

from 'tsaphar' (tsaphar) (in the denominative sense (from 'tsippowr' (tsippowr)) of scratching); properly, a claw, i.e. (human) nail; also the point of a style (or pen, tipped with adamant):--nail, point.

(6857) Tsphath [tsef-ath']

from 'tsaphah' (tsaphah); watch-tower; Tsephath, a place in Palestine:--Zephath.

(6858) tsepheth [tseh'-feth]

from an unused root meaning to encircle; a capital of a column:--chapiter.

(6859) Tsphathah [tsef-aw'-thaw]

the same as 'Tsphath' (Tsphath); Tsephathah, a place in Palestine:--Zephathah.

(6860) Tsiqlag [tsik-lag']

or Tsiyqlag (1 Chronicles 12:1,20) {tsee-kel-ag'}; of uncertain derivation: Tsiklag or Tsikelag, a place in Palestine:--Ziklag.

(6861) tsiqlon [tsik-lone']

from an unused root meaning to wind; a sack (as tied at the mouth):--husk.

(6862) tsar [tsar]

or tsar {tsawr}; from 'tsarar' (tsarar); narrow; (as a noun) a tight place (usually figuratively, i.e. trouble); also a pebble (as in 'tsor' (tsor)); (transitive) an opponent (as crowding):--adversary, afflicted(-tion), anguish, close, distress, enemy, flint, foe, narrow, small, sorrow, strait, tribulation, trouble.

(6863) Tser [tsare]

from 'tsarar' (tsarar); rock; Tser, a place in Palestine:--Zer.

(6864) tsor [tsore]

from 'tsuwr' (tsuwr); a stone (as if pressed hard or to a point); (by implication, of use) a knife:--flint, sharp stone.

(6865) Tsor [tsore]

or Tsowr {tsore}; the same as 'tsor' (tsor); a rock; Tsor, a place in Palestine:--Tyre, Tyrus.

(6866) tsarab [tsaw-rab']

a primitive root; to burn:--burn.

(6867) tsarebeth [tsaw-reh'-beth]

from 'Tsaw`ar' (Tsaw`ar); conflagration (of fire or disease):--burning, inflammation.

(6868) Tsredah [tser-ay-daw']

or Tsredathah {tser-ay-daw'-thaw}; apparently from an unused root meaning to pierce; puncture; Tseredah, a place in Palestine:--Zereda, Zeredathah.

(6869) tsarah [tsaw-raw']

feminine of 'tsar' (tsar); tightness (i.e. figuratively, trouble); transitively, a female rival:--adversary, adversity, affliction, anguish, distress, tribulation, trouble.

(6870) Tsruwyah [tser-oo-yaw']

feminine passive participle from the same as 'tsriy' (tsriy); wounded; Tserujah, an Israelitess:--Zeruiah.

(6871) Tsruw`ah [tser-oo-aw']

feminine passive participle of 'tsara`' (tsara`); leprous; Tseruah, an Israelitess:--Zeruah.

(6872) tsrowr [tser-ore']

or (shorter) tsror {tser-ore'}; from 'tsarar' (tsarar); a parcel (as packed up); also a kernel or particle (as if a package):--bag, X bendeth, bundle, least grain, small stone.

(6873) tsarach [tsaw-rakh']

a primitive root; to be clear (in tone, i.e. shrill), i.e. to whoop:--cry, roar.

(6874) Tsriy [tser-ee']

the same as 'tsriy' (tsriy); Tseri, an Israelite:--Zeri. Compare 'Yitsriy' (Yitsriy).

(6875) tsriy [tser-ee']

or tsoriy {tsor-ee'}; from an unused root meaning to crack (as by pressure), hence, to leak; distillation, i.e. balsam:--balm.

(6876) Tsoriy [tso-ree']

patrial from 'Tsor' (Tsor); a Tsorite or inhabitant of Tsor (i.e. Syrian):--(man) of Tyre.

(6877) tsriyach [tser-ee'-akh]

from 'tsarach' (tsarach) in the sense of clearness of vision; a citadel:--high place, hold.

(6878) tsorek [tso'-rek]

from an unused root meaning to need; need:--need.

(6879) tsara` [tsaw-rah']

a primitive root; to scourge, i.e. (intransitive and figurative) to be stricken with leprosy:--leper, leprous.

(6880) tsir`ah [tsir-aw']

from 'tsara`' (tsara`); a wasp (as stinging):--hornet.

(6881) Tsor`ah [tsor-aw']

apparently another form for 'tsir`ah' (tsir`ah); Tsorah, a place in Palestine:--Zareah, Zorah, Zoreah.

(6882) Tsor`iy [tsor-ee']

or Tsortathiy {tsor-aw-thee'}; patrial from 'Tsor`ah' (Tsor`ah); a Tsorite or Tsorathite, i.e. inhabitants of Tsorah:--Zorites, Zareathites, Zorathites.

(6883) tsara`ath [tsaw-rah'-ath]

from 'tsara`' (tsara`); leprosy:--leprosy.

(6884) tsaraph [tsaw-raf']

a primitive root; to fuse (metal), i.e. refine (literally or figuratively):--cast, (re-)fine(-er), founder, goldsmith, melt, pure, purge away, try.

(6885) Tsorphiy [tso-ref-ee']

from 'tsaraph' (tsaraph); refiner; Tsorephi (with the article), an Israelite:--goldsmith's.

(6886) Tsarphath [tsaq-ref-ath']

from 'tsaraph' (tsaraph); refinement; Tsarephath, a place in Palestine:--Zarephath.

(6887) tsarar [tsaw-rar']

a primitive root; to cramp, literally or figuratively, transitive or intransitive (as follows):--adversary, (be in) afflict(-ion), beseige, bind (up), (be in, bring) distress, enemy, narrower, oppress, pangs, shut up, be in a strait (trouble), vex.

(6888) Tsrerah [tser-ay-raw']

apparently by erroneous transcription for 'Tsredah' (Tsredah); Tsererah for Tseredah:--Zererath.

(6889) Tsereth [tseh'-reth]

perhaps from 'tsahar' (tsahar); splendor; Tsereth, an Israelite:--Zereth.

(6890) Tsereth hash-Shachar [tseh'-reth hash-shakh'-ar]

from the same as 'Tsereth' (Tsereth) and 'shachar' (shachar) with the article interposed; splendor of the dawn; Tsereth-hash-Shachar, a place in Palestine:--Zareth-shahar.

(6891) Tsarthan [tsaw-reth-awn']

perhaps for 'Tsredah' (Tsredah); Tsarethan, a place in Palestine:--Zarthan.