Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)




(1887) he' [hay]

a primitive particle; lo!:--behold, lo.

(1888) he' [hay]

(Aramaic) or har (Aramaic) {haw}; corresponding to 'he'' (he'):--even, lo.

(1889) heach [heh-awkh']

from 'he'' (he') and ''ach' ('ach); aha!:--ah, aha, ha.

(1890) habhab [hab-hawb']

by reduplication from 'yahab' (yahab); gift (in sacrifice), i.e. holocaust:--offering.

(1891) habal [haw-bal']

a primitive root; to be vain in act, word, or expectation; specifically to lead astray:--be (become, make) vain.

(1892) hebel [heh'bel]

or (rarely in the abs.) habel {hab-ale'}; from 'habal' (habal); emptiness or vanity; figuratively, something transitory and unsatisfactory; often used as an adverb:--X altogether, vain, vanity.

(1893) Hebel [heh'-bel]

the same as 'hebel' (hebel); Hebel, the son of Adam:--Abel.

(1894) hoben [ho'-ben]

only in plural, from an unused root meaning to be hard; ebony:--ebony.

(1895) habar [haw-bar']

a primitive root of uncertain (perhaps foreign) derivation; to be a horoscopist:--+ (astro-)loger.

(1896) Hege' [hay-gay']

or (by permutation) Hegay {hay-gah'-ee}; probably of Persian origin; Hege or Hegai, a eunuch of Xerxes:--Hegai, Hege.

(1897) hagah [daw-gaw']

a primitive root (compare 'hagiyg' (hagiyg)); to murmur (in pleasure or anger); by implication, to ponder:--imagine, meditate, mourn, mutter, roar, X sore, speak, study, talk, utter.

(1898) hagah [haw-gaw']

a primitive root; to remove:--stay, stay away.

(1899) hegeh [heh'-geh]

from 'hagah' (hagah); a muttering (in sighing, thought, or as thunder):--mourning, sound, tale.

(1900) haguwth [haw-gooth']

from 'hagah' (hagah); musing:--meditation.

(1901) hagiyg [haw-gheeg']

from an unused root akin to 'hagah' (hagah); properly, a murmur, i.e. complaint:--meditation, musing.

(1902) higgayown [hig-gaw-yone']

intensive from 'hagah' (hagah); a murmuring sound, i.e. a musical notation (probably similar to the modern affettuoso to indicate solemnity of movement); by implication, a machination:--device, Higgaion, meditation, solemn sound.

(1903) hagiyn [haw-gheen']

of uncertain derivation; perhaps suitable or turning:--directly.

(1904) Hagar [haw-gawr']

of uncertain (perhaps foreign) derivation; Hagar, the mother of Ishmael:--Hagar.

(1905) Hagriy [hag-ree']

or (prolonged) Hagris {hag-ree'}; perhaps patronymically from 'Hagar' (Hagar); a Hagrite or member of a certain Arabian clan:-- Hagarene, Hagarite, Haggeri.

(1906) hed [hade]

for 'heydad' (heydad); a shout:--sounding again.

(1907) haddabar [had-daw-bawr']

(Aramaic) probably of foreign origin; a vizier:--counsellor.

(1908) Hadad [had-ad']

probably of foreign origin (compare ''Adad' ('Adad)); Hadad, the name of an idol, and of several kings of Edom:--Hadad.

(1909) Hadad`ezer [had-ad-eh'-zer]

from 'Hadad' (Hadad) and '`ezer' (`ezer); Hadad (is his) help; Hadadezer, a Syrian king:--Hadadezer. Compare 'Hadar`ezer' (Hadar`ezer).

(1910) Hadadrimmown [had-ad-rim-mone']

from 'Hadad' (Hadad) and 'Rimmown' (Rimmown); Hadad-Rimmon, a place in Palestine:--Hadad-rimmon.

(1911) hadah [haw-daw']

a primitive root (compare 'yadah' (yadah)); to stretch forth the hand:--put.

(1912) Hoduw [ho'-doo]

of foreign origin; Hodu (i.e. Hindu-stan):--India.

(1913) Hadowram [had-o-rawm']

or Hadoram {had-o-rawm'}; probably of foreign derivation; Hadoram, a son of Joktan, and the tribe descended from him:-- Hadoram.

(1914) Hidday [hid-dah'ee]

of uncertain derivation; Hiddai, an Israelite:--Hiddai.

(1915) hadak [haw-dak']

a primitive root (compare 'daqaq' (daqaq)); to crush with the foot:--tread down.

(1916) hadom [had-ome']

from an unused root meaning to stamp upon; a foot stool:--(foot-)stool.

(1917) haddam [had-dawm']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to that of 'hadom' (hadom); something stamped to pieces, i.e. a bit:--piece.

(1918) hadac [had-as']

of uncertain derivation; the myrtle:--myrtle (tree).

(1919) Hadaccah [had-as-saw']

feminine of 'hadac' (hadac); Hadassah (or Esther):--Hadassah.

(1920) Hadaph [haw-daf']

a prim root; to push away or down:--cast away (out), drive, expel, thrust (away).

(1921) hadar [haw-dar']

a primitive root; to swell up (literally or figuratively, active or passive); by implication, to favor or honour, be high or proud:--countenance, crooked place, glorious, honour, put forth.

(1922) hadar [had-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'hadar' (hadar); to magnify (figuratively):--glorify, honour.

(1923) hadar [had-ar']

(Aramaic) from 'hadar' (hadar); magnificence:--honour, majesty.

(1924) Hadar [had-ar']

the same as 'hadar' (hadar); Hadar, an Edomite:--Hadar.

(1925) heder [heh'-der]

from 'hadar' (hadar); honour; used (figuratively) for the capital city (Jerusalem):--glory.

(1926) hadar [haw-dawr']

from 'hadar' (hadar); magnificence, i.e. ornament or splendor:--beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, glory, goodly, honour, majesty.

(1927) hadarah [had-aw-raw']

feminine of 'hadar' (hadar); decoration:--beauty, honour.

(1928) Hadar`ezer [had-ar-eh'-zer]

from 'Hadar' (Hadar) and '`ezer' (`ezer); Hadar (i.e. Hadad, 'Hadad' (Hadad)) is his help; Hadarezer (i.e. Hadadezer, 'Hadad`ezer' (Hadad`ezer)), a Syrian king:--Hadarezer.

(1929) hahh [haw]

a shortened form of ''ahahh' ('ahahh); ah! expressing grief:--woe worth.

(1930) how [ho]

by permutation from 'hahh' (hahh); oh!:--alas.

(1931) huw' [hoo]

of which the feminine (beyond the Pentateuch) is hiyw {he}; a primitive word, the third person pronoun singular, he (she or it); only expressed when emphatic or without a verb; also (intensively) self, or (especially with the article) the same; sometimes (as demonstrative) this or that; occasionally (instead of copula) as or are:--he, as for her, him(-self), it, the same, she (herself), such, that (, these, they, this, those, which (is), who.

(1932) huw [hoo]

(Aramaic) or (feminine) hiyo (Aramaic) {he}; corresponding to 'huw'' (huw'):--X are, it, this.

(1933) hava' [haw-vaw']

or havah {haw-vaw'}; a primitive root (compare ''avah' ('avah), 'hayah' (hayah)) supposed to mean properly, to breathe; to be (in the sense of existence):--be, X have.

(1934) hava' [hav-aw']

(Aramaic) orhavah (Aramaic) {hav-aw'}; corresponding to 'hava'' (hava'); to exist; used in a great variety of applications (especially in connection with other words):--be, become, + behold, + came (to pass), + cease, + cleave, + consider, + do, + give, + have, + judge, + keep, + labour, + mingle (self), + put, + see, + seek, + set, + slay, + take heed, tremble, + walk, + would.

(1935) howd [hode]

from an unused root; grandeur (i.e. an imposing form and appearance):--beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, glory, goodly, honour, majesty.

(1936) Howd [hode]

the same as 'howd' (howd); Hod, an Israelite:--Hod.

(1937) Howdvah [ho-dev-aw']

a form of 'Howdavyah' (Howdavyah); Hodevah (or Hodevjah), an Israelite:--Hodevah.

(1938) Howdavyah [ho-dav-yaw']

from 'howd' (howd) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); majesty of Jah; Hodavjah, the name of three Israelites:--Hodaviah.

(1939) Howdayvahuw [ho-dah-yeh-vaw'-hoo]

a form of 'Howdavyah' (Howdavyah); Hodajvah, an Israelite:--Hodaiah.

(1940) Howdiyah [ho-dee-yaw']

a form for the feminine of 'Yhuwdiy' (Yhuwdiy); a Jewess:--Hodiah.

(1941) Howdiyah [ho-dee-yaw']

a form of 'Howdavyah' (Howdavyah); Hodijah, the name of three Israelites:--Hodijah.

(1942) havvah [hav-vaw']

from 'hava'' (hava') (in the sense of eagerly coveting and rushing upon; by implication, of falling); desire; also ruin:--calamity, iniquity, mischief, mischievous (thing), naughtiness, naughty, noisome, perverse thing, substance, very wickedness.

(1943) hovah [ho-vaw']

another form for 'havvah' (havvah); ruin:--mischief.

(1944) Howham [ho-hawm']

of uncertain derivation; Hoham, a Canaanitish king:--Hoham.

(1945) howy [hoh'ee]

a prolonged form of 'how' (how) (akin to ''owy' ('owy)); oh!:--ah, alas, ho, O, woe.

(1946) huwk [hook]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'halak' (halak); to go; causatively, to bring:--bring again, come, go (up).

(1947) howlelah [ho-lay-law']

feminine active participle of 'halal' (halal); folly:--madness.

(1948) howleluwth [ho-lay-looth']

from active participle of 'halal' (halal); folly:--madness.

(1949) huwm [hoom]

a primitive root (compare 'hamam' (hamam)); to make an uproar, or agitate greatly:--destroy, move, make a noise, put, ring again.

(1950) Howmam [ho-mawm']

from 'hamam' (hamam); raging; Homam, an Edomitish chieftain:--Homam. Compare 'Heymam' (Heymam).

(1951) huwn [hoon]

a primitive root; properly, to be naught, i.e. (figuratively) to be (causatively, act) light:--be ready.

(1952) hown [hone]

from the same as 'huwn' (huwn) in the sense of ''own' ('own); wealth; by implication, enough:--enough, + for nought, riches, substance, wealth.

(1953) Howshama` [ho-shaw-maw']

from 'Yhovah' (Yhovah) and 'shama`' (shama`); Jehovah has heard; Hoshama, an Israelite:--Hoshama.

(1954) Howshea` [ho-shay'-ah]

from 'yasha`' (yasha`); deliverer; Hoshea, the name of five Israelites:--Hosea, Hoshea, Oshea.

(1955) Howsha`yah [ho-shah-yaw']

from 'yasha`' (yasha`) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has saved; Hoshajah, the name of two Israelites:--Hoshaiah.

(1956) Howthiyr [ho-theer']

from 'yathar' (yathar); he has caused to remain; Hothir, an Israelite:--Hothir.

(1957) hazah [haw-zaw']

a primitive root (compare 'chazah' (chazah)); to dream:--sleep.

(1958) hiy [he]

for 'nhiy' (nhiy); lamentation:--woe. (For hiyr. See 'huw'' (huw'), 'huw' (huw).)

(1959) heydad [hay-dawd']

from an unused root (meaning to shout); acclamation:--shout(-ing).

(1960) huydah [hoo-yed-aw']

from the same as 'heydad' (heydad); properly, an acclaim, i.e. a choir of singers:--thanksgiving.

(1961) hayah [haw-yaw]

a primitive root (compare 'hava'' (hava')); to exist, i.e. be or become, come to pass (always emphatic, and not a mere copula or auxiliary):--beacon, X altogether, be(-come), accomplished, committed, like), break, cause, come (to pass), do, faint, fall, + follow, happen, X have, last, pertain, quit (one-)self, require, X use.

(1962) hayah [hah-yaw']

another form for 'hovah' (hovah); ruin:--calamity.

(1963) heyk [hake]

another form for ''eyk' ('eyk); how?:--how.

(1964) heykal [hay-kawl']

probably from 'yakol' (yakol) (in the sense of capacity); a large public building, such as a palace or temple:--palace, temple.

(1965) heykal [hay-kal']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'heykal' (heykal):--palace, temple.

(1966) heylel [hay-lale']

from 'halal' (halal) (in the sense of brightness); the morning-star:--lucifer.

(1967) Heymam [hay-mawm']

another form for 'Howmam' (Howmam); Hemam, an Idumaean:--Hemam.

(1968) Heyman [hay-mawn']

probably from ''aman' ('aman); faithful; Heman, the name of at least two Israelites:--Heman.

(1969) hiyn [heen]

probably of Egyptian origin; a hin or liquid measure:--hin.

(1970) hakar [haw-kar']

a primitive root; apparently to injure:--make self strange.

(1971) hakkarah [hak-kaw-raw']

from 'nakar' (nakar); respect, i.e. partiality:--shew.

(1972) hala' [haw-law']

probably denominatively from 'halah' (halah); to remove or be remote:--cast far off.

(1973) halah [haw-leh-aw']

from the primitive form of the article (hal); to the distance, i.e. far away; also (of time) thus far:--back, beyond, (hence,-)forward, hitherto, thence,forth, yonder.

(1974) hilluwl [hil-lool']

from 'halal' (halal) (in the sense of rejoicing); a celebration of thanksgiving for harvest:--merry, praise.

(1975) hallaz [hal-lawz']

from 'hallazeh' (hallazeh); this or that:--side, that, this.

(1976) hallazeh [hal-law-zeh']

from the article (see 'halah' (halah)) and 'zeh' (zeh); this very:--this.

(1977) hallezuw [hal-lay-zoo']

another form of 'hallazeh' (hallazeh); that:--this.

(1978) haliyk [haw-leek']

from 'halak' (halak); a walk, i.e. (by implication) a step:--step.

(1979) haliykah [hal-ee-kaw']

feminine of 'haliyk' (haliyk); a walking; by implication, a procession or march, a caravan:--company, going, walk, way.

(1980) halak [haw-lak']

akin to 'yalak' (yalak); a primitive root; to walk (in a great variety of applications, literally and figuratively):--(all) along, apace, behave (self), come, (on) continually, be conversant, depart, + be eased, enter, exercise (self), + follow, forth, forward, get, go (about, abroad, along, away, forward, on, out, up and down), + greater, grow, be wont to haunt, lead, march, X more and more, move (self), needs, on, pass (away), be at the point, quite, run (along), + send, speedily, spread, still, surely, + tale-bearer, + travel(-ler), walk (abroad, on, to and fro, up and down, to places), wander, wax, (way-)faring man, X be weak, whirl.

(1981) halak [hal-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'halak' (halak) (compare 'huwk' (huwk)); to walk:--walk.

(1982) helek [hay'-lek]

from 'halak' (halak); properly, a journey, i.e. (by implication) a wayfarer; also a flowing:--X dropped, traveller.

(1983) halak [hal-awk']

(Aramaic) from 'halak' (halak); properly, a journey, i.e. (by implication) toll on goods at a road:--custom.

(1984) halal [haw-lal']

a primitive root; to be clear (orig. of sound, but usually of color); to shine; hence, to make a show, to boast; and thus to be (clamorously) foolish; to rave; causatively, to celebrate; also to stultify:--(make) boast (self), celebrate, commend, (deal, make), fool(- ish, -ly), glory, give (light), be (make, feign self) mad (against), give in marriage, (sing, be worthy of) praise, rage, renowned, shine.

(1985) Hillel [hil-layl']

from 'halal' (halal); praising (namely God); Hillel, an Israelite:--Hillel.

(1986) halam [haw-lam']

a primitive root; to strike down; by implication, to hammer, stamp, conquer, disband:--beat (down), break (down), overcome, smite (with the hammer).

(1987) Helem [hay'-lem]

from 'halam' (halam); smiter; Helem, the name of two Israelites:--Helem.