Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(8473) — (8573)

(8473) tachara' [takh-ar-aw']

from 'charah' (charah) in the original sense of 'chuwr' (chuwr) or 'chuwr' (chuwr); a linen corslet (as white or hollow):--habergeon.

(8474) tacharah [takh-aw-raw']

a facitious root from 'charah' (charah) through the idea of the heat of jealousy; to vie with a rival:--close, contend.

(8475) Tachrea` [takh-ray'-ah]

for 'Ta'area`' (Ta'area`); Tachrea, an Israelite:--Tahrea.

(8476) tachash [takh'-ash]

probably of foreign derivation; a (clean) animal with fur, probably a species of antelope:--badger.

(8477) Tachash [takh'-ash]

the same as 'tachash' (tachash); Tachash, a relative of Abraham:--Thahash.

(8478) tachath [takh'-ath]

from the same as 'Towach' (Towach); the bottom (as depressed); only adverbially, below (often with prepositional prefix underneath), in lieu of, etc.:--as, beneath, X flat, in(-stead), (same) place (, room, for...sake, stead of, under, X unto, X when...was mine, whereas, (where-)fore, with.

(8479) tachath [takh'-ath]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'tachath' (tachath):--under.

(8480) Tachath [takh'-ath]

the same as 'tachath' (tachath); Tachath, the name of a place in the Desert, also of three Israelites:--Tahath.

(8481) tachtown [takh-tone']

or tachton {takh-tone'}; from 'tachath' (tachath); bottommost:--lower(-est), nether(-most).

(8482) tachtiy [takh-tee']

from 'tachath' (tachath); lowermost; as noun (feminine plural) the depths (figuratively, a pit, the womb):--low (parts, -er, -er parts, - est), nether (part).

(8483) Tachtiym Chodshiy [takh-teem' khod-shee']

apparently from the plural masculine of 'tachtiy' (tachtiy) or 'tachath' (tachath) and 'chodesh' (chodesh); lower (ones) monthly; Tachtim-Chodshi, a place in Palestine:--Tahtim-hodshi.

(8484) tiykown [tee-kone']

or tiykon {tee-kone'}; from 'tavek' (tavek); central:--middle(-most), midst.

(8485) Teyma' [tay-maw']

or Temao {tay-maw'}; probably of foreign derivation; Tema, a son of Ishmael, and the region settled by him:--Tema.

(8486) teyman [tay-mawn']

or teman {tay-mawn'}; denominative from 'yamiyn' (yamiyn); the south (as being on the right hand of a person facing the east):--south (side, -ward, wind).

(8487) Teyman [tay-mawn']

or Teman {tay-mawn'}; the same as 'teyman' (teyman); Teman, the name of two Edomites, and of the region and descendant of one of them:--south, Teman.

(8488) Teymniy [tay-men-ee']

probably for 'Teymaniy' (Teymaniy); Temeni, an Israelite:--Temeni.

(8489) Teymaniy [tay-maw-nee']

patronymically from 'Teyman' (Teyman); a Temanite or descendant of Teman:--Temani, Temanite.

(8490) tiymarah [tee-maw-raw']

or timarah {tee-maw-raw'}; from the same as 'tamar' (tamar); a column, i.e. cloud:--pillar.

(8491) Tiytsiy [tee-tsee']

patrial or patronymically from an unused noun of uncertain meaning; a Titsite or descendant or inhabitant of an unknown Tits:--Tizite.

(8492) tiyrowsh [tee-roshe']

or tiyrosh {tee-roshe'}; from 'yarash' (yarash) in the sense of expulsion; must or fresh grape-juice (as just squeezed out); by implication (rarely) fermented wine:--(new, sweet) wine.

(8493) Tiyrya' [tee-reh-yaw']

probably from 'yare'' (yare'); fearful, Tirja, an Israelite:--Tiria.

(8494) Tiyrac [tee-rawce']

probably of foreign derivation; Tiras, a son of Japheth:--Tiras.

(8495) tayish [tah'-yeesh]

from an unused root meaning to butt; a buck or he-goat (as given to butting):--he goat.

(8496) tok [toke]

or towk (Psa. 72:14) {toke}; from the same base as 'tavek' (tavek) (in the sense of cutting to pieces); oppression:--deceit, fraud.

(8497) takah [taw-kaw']

a primitive root; to strew, i.e. encamp:--sit down.

(8498) tkuwnah [tek-oo-naw']

feminine passive participle of 'takan' (takan); adjustment, i.e. structure; by implication, equipage:--fashion, store.

(8499) tkuwnah [tek-oo-naw']

from 'kuwn' (kuwn); or probably ident. with 'tkuwnah' (tkuwnah); something arranged or fixed, i.e. a place:--seat.

(8500) tukkiy [took-kee']

or tuwkkiy {took-kee'}; probably of foreign derivation; some imported creature, probably a peacock:--peacock.

(8501) takak [taw-kawk']

from an unused root meaning to dissever, i.e. crush:--deceitful.

(8502) tiklah [tik-law']

from 'kalah' (kalah); completeness:--perfection.

(8503) takliyth [tak-leeth']

from 'kalah' (kalah); completion; by implication, an extremity:--end, perfect(-ion).

(8504) tkeleth [tek-ay'-leth]

probably for 'shcheleth' (shcheleth); the cerulean mussel, i.e. the color (violet) obtained therefrom or stuff dyed therewith:--blue.

(8505) takan [taw-kan']

a primitive root; to balance, i.e. measure out (by weight or dimension); figuratively, arrange, equalize, through the idea of levelling (ment. estimate, test):--bear up, direct, be ((un-))equal, mete, ponder, tell, weigh.

(8506) token [to'-ken]

from 'takan' (takan); a fixed quantity:--measure, tale.

(8507) Token [to'-ken]

the same as 'token' (token); Token, a place in Palestine:--Tochen.

(8508) tokniyth [tok-neeth']

from 'token' (token); admeasurement, i.e. consummation:--pattern, sum.

(8509) takriyk [tak-reek']

apparently from an unused root meaning to encompass; a wrapper or robe:--garment.

(8510) tel [tale]

by contraction from 'talal' (talal); a mound:--heap, X strength.

(8511) tala' [taw-law']

a primitive root; to suspend; figuratively (through hesitation) to be uncertain; by implication (of mental dependence) to habituate:--be bent, hang (in doubt).

(8512) Tel 'Abiyb [tale aw-beeb']

from 'tel' (tel) and ''abiyb' ('abiyb); mound of green growth; Tel-Abib, a place in Chaldaea:--Tel-abib.

(8513) tla'ah [tel-aw-aw']

from 'la'ah' (la'ah); distress:--travail, travel, trouble.

(8514) tal'uwbah [tal-oo-baw']

from 'lahab' (lahab); desiccation:--great drought.

(8515) Tla'ssar [tel-as-sar']

or Tlassar {tel-as-sar'}; of foreign derivation; Telassar, a region of Assyria:--Telassar.

(8516) talbosheth [tal-bo'-sheth]

from 'labash' (labash); a garment:--clothing.

(8517) tlag [tel-ag']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'sheleg' (sheleg); snow:--snow.

(8518) talah [taw-law']

a primitive root; to suspend (especially to gibbet):--hang (up).

(8519) tluwnah [tel-oo-naw']

or tlunnah {tel-oon-naw'}; from 'luwn' (luwn) in the sense of obstinacy; a grumbling:--murmuring.

(8520) Telach [teh'-lakh]

probably from an unused root meaning to dissever; breach; Telach, an Israelite:--Telah.

(8521) Tel Charsha' [tale khar-shaw']

from 'tel' (tel) and the feminine of 'Charashiym' (Charashiym); mound of workmanship; Tel-Charsha, a place in Babylonia:--Tel-haresha, Tel-harsa.

(8522) tliy [tel-ee']

probably from 'talah' (talah); a quiver (as slung):--quiver.

(8523) tliythay [tel-ee-thah'-ee]

(Aramaic) or taltiy (Aramaic) {tal-tee'}; ordinal from 'tlath' (tlath); third:--third.

(8524) talal [taw-lal']

a primitive root; to pile up, i.e. elevate:--eminent. Compare 'hathal' (hathal).

(8525) telem [teh'-lem]

from an unused root meaning to accumulate; a bank or terrace:--furrow, ridge.

(8526) Talmay [tal-mah'-ee]

from 'telem' (telem); ridged; Talmai, the name of a Canaanite and a Syrian:--Talmai.

(8527) talmiyd [tal-meed']

from 'lamad' (lamad); a pupil:--scholar.

(8528) Tel Melach [tale meh'-lakh]

from 'tel' (tel) and 'melach' (melach); mound of salt; Tel-Melach, a place in Babylonia:--Tel-melah.

(8529) tala` [taw-law']

a denominative from 'towla`' (towla`); to crimson, i.e. dye that color:--X scarlet.

(8530) talpiyah [tal-pee-yaw']

feminine from an unused root meaning to tower; something tall, i.e. (plural collective) slenderness:--armoury.

(8531) tlath [tel-ath']

(Aramaic) from 'tlath' (tlath); a tertiary rank:--third.

(8532) tlath [tel-awth']

(Aramaic) masculine tlathah (Aramaic) {tel-aw-thaw'}; or tlatha (Aramaic) {tel-aw-thaw'}; corresponding to 'shalowsh' (shalowsh); three or third:--third, three.

(8533) tlathiyn [tel-aw-theen']

(Aramaic) mult. of 'tlath' (tlath); ten times three:--thirty.

(8534) taltal [tal-tal']

by reduplication, from 'talal' (talal) through the idea of vibration; a trailing bough (as pendulous):--bushy.

(8535) tam [tawm]

from 'tamam' (tamam); complete; usually (morally) pious; specifically, gentle, dear:--coupled together, perfect, plain, undefiled, upright.

(8536) tam [tawm]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'sham' (sham); there:--X thence, there, X where.

(8537) tom [tome]

from 'tamam' (tamam); completeness; figuratively, prosperity; usually (morally) innocence:--full, integrity, perfect(-ion), simplicity, upright(-ly, -ness), at a venture. See 'Tummiym' (Tummiym).

(8538) tummah [toom-maw']

feminine of 'tom' (tom); innocence:--integrity.

(8539) tamahh [taw-mah']

a primitive root; to be in consternation:--be amazed, be astonished, marvel(-lously), wonder.

(8540) tmahh [tem-ah']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'tamahh' (tamahh); a miracle:--wonder.

(8541) timmahown [tim-maw-hone']

from 'tamahh' (tamahh); consternation:--astonishment.

(8542) Tammuwz [tam-mooz']

of uncertain derivation; Tammuz, a Phoenician deity:--Tammuz.

(8543) tmowl [tem-ole']

or tmol {tem-ole'}; probably for ''ethmowl' ('ethmowl); properly, ago, i.e. a (short or long) time since; especially yesterday, or (with 'shilshowm' (shilshowm)) day before yesterday:--+ before (-time), + these (three) days, + heretofore, + time past, yesterday.

(8544) tmuwnah [tem-oo-naw']

or tmunah {tem-oo-naw'}; from 'miyn' (miyn); something portioned (i.e. fashioned) out, as a shape, i.e. (indefinitely) phantom, or (specifically) embodiment, or (figuratively) manifestation (of favor):--image, likeness, similitude.

(8545) tmuwrah [tem-oo-raw']

from 'muwr' (muwr); barter, compensation:--(ex-)change(-ing), recompense, restitution.

(8546) tmuwthah [tem-oo-thaw']

from 'muwth' (muwth); execution (as a doom):--death, die.

(8547) Temach [teh'-makh]

of uncertain derivation; Temach, one of the Nethinim:--Tamah, Thamah.

(8548) tamiyd [taw-meed']

from an unused root meaning to stretch; properly, continuance (as indefinite extension); but used only (attributively as adjective) constant (or adverbially, constantly); ellipt. the regular (daily) sacrifice:--alway(-s), continual (employment, -ly), daily, ((n-))ever(-more), perpetual.

(8549) tamiym [taw-meem']

from 'tamam' (tamam); entire (literally, figuratively or morally); also (as noun) integrity, truth:--without blemish, complete, full, perfect, sincerely (-ity), sound, without spot, undefiled, upright(-ly), whole.

(8550) Tummiym [toom-meem']

plural of 'tom' (tom); perfections, i.e. (techn.) one of the epithets of the objects in the high-priest's breastplate as an emblem of complete Truth:--Thummim.

(8551) tamak [taw-mak']

a primitive root; to sustain; by implication, to obtain, keep fast; figuratively, to help, follow close:--(take, up-)hold (up), maintain, retain, stay (up).

(8552) tamam [taw-mam']

a primitive root; to complete, in a good or a bad sense, literal, or figurative, transitive or intransitive (as follows):--accomplish, cease, be clean (pass-)ed, consume, have done, (come to an, have an, make an) end, fail, come to the full, be all gone, X be all here, be (make) perfect, be spent, sum, be (shew self) upright, be wasted, whole.

(8553) Timnah [tim-naw']

from 'manah' (manah); a portion assigned; Timnah, the name of two places in Palestine:--Timnah, Timnath, Thimnathah.

(8554) Timniy [tim-nee']

patrial from 'Timnah' (Timnah); a Timnite or inhabitant of Timnah:--Timnite.

(8555) Timna` [tim-naw']

from 'mana`' (mana`); restraint; Timna, the name of two Edomites:--Timna, Timnah.

(8556) Timnath Cherec [tim-nath kheh'-res]

or Timnath Cerach {tim-nath seh'-rakh}; from 'Timnah' (Timnah) and 'cherec' (cherec); portion of (the) sun; Timnath-Cheres, a place in Palestine:--Timnath-heres, Timnath-serah.

(8557) temec [teh'-mes]

from 'macah' (macah); liquefaction, i.e. disappearance:--melt.

(8558) tamar [taw-mawr']

from an unused root meaning to be erect; a palm tree:--palm (tree).

(8559) Tamar [taw-mawr']

the same as 'tamar' (tamar); Tamar, the name of three women and a place:--Tamar.

(8560) tomer [to'-mer]

from the same root as 'tamar' (tamar); a palm trunk:--palm tree.

(8561) timmor [tim-more']

(plural o or (feminine) timmorah (singular and plural) {tim-mo-raw'}; from the same root as 'tamar' (tamar); (arch.) a palm-like pilaster (i.e. umbellate):--palm tree.

(8562) tamruwq [tam-rook']

or tamruq {tam-rook'}; or tamriyq {tam-reek'}; from 'maraq' (maraq); properly, a scouring, i.e. soap or perfumery for the bath; figuratively, a detergent:--X cleanse, (thing for) purification(-fying).

(8563) tamruwr [tam-roor']

from 'marar' (marar); bitterness (plural as collective):--X most bitter(-ly).

(8564) tamruwr [tam-roor']

from the same root as 'tamar' (tamar); an erection, i.e. pillar (probably for a guide-board):--high heap.

(8565) tan [tan]

from an unused root probably meaning to elongate; a monster (as preternaturally formed), i.e. a sea-serpent (or other huge marine animal); also a jackal (or other hideous land animal):--dragon, whale. Compare 'tanniyn' (tanniyn).

(8566) tanah [taw-naw']

a primitive root; to present (a mercenary inducement), i.e. bargain with (a harlot):--hire.

(8567) tanah [taw-naw']

a primitive root (identical with 'tanah' (tanah) through the idea of attributing honor); to ascribe (praise), i.e. celebrate, commemorate:--lament, rehearse.

(8568) tannah [tan-naw']

probably feminine of 'tan' (tan); a female jackal:--dragon.

(8569) tnuw'ah [ten-oo-aw']

from 'nuw'' (nuw'); alienation; by implication, enmity:--breach of promise, occasion.

(8570) tnuwbah [ten-oo-baw']

from 'nuwb' (nuwb); produce:--fruit, increase.

(8571) tnuwk [ten-ook']

perhaps from the same as ''anak' ('anak) through the idea of protraction; a pinnacle, i.e. extremity:--tip.

(8572) tnuwmah [ten-oo-maw']

from 'nuwm' (nuwm); drowsiness, i.e. sleep:--slumber(-ing).

(8573) tnuwphah [ten-oo-faw']

from 'nuwph' (nuwph); a brandishing (in threat); by implication, tumult; specifically, the official undulation of sacrificial offerings:--offering, shaking, wave (offering).