Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



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(2968) ya'ab [yaw-ab']

a primitive root; to desire:--long.

(2969) ya'ah [yaw-aw']

a primitive root; to be suitable:--appertain.

(2970) Ya'azanyah [yah-az-an-yaw']

or Ya.azanyahuw {yah-az-an-yaw'-hoo}; from ''azan' ('azan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); heard of Jah; Jaazanjah, the name of four Israelites:-- Jaazaniah. Compare 'Yzanyah' (Yzanyah).

(2971) Ya'iyr [yaw-ere']

from ''owr' ('owr); enlightener; Jair, the name of four Israelites:--Jair.

(2972) Ya'iriy [yaw-ee-ree']

patronymically from 'Ya'iyr' (Ya'iyr); a Jairite or descendant of Jair:--Jairite.

(2973) ya'al [yaw-al']

a primitive root; properly, to be slack, i.e. (figuratively) to be foolish:--dote, be (become, do) foolish(-ly).

(2974) ya'al [yaw-al']

a primitive root (probably rather the same as 'ya'al' (ya'al) through the idea of mental weakness); properly, to yield, especially assent; hence (pos.) to undertake as an act of volition:--assay, begin, be content, please, take upon, X willingly, would.

(2975) y`or [yeh-ore']

of Egyptian origin; a channel, e.g. a fosse, canal, shaft; specifically the Nile, as the one river of Egypt, including its collateral trenches; also the Tigris, as the main river of Assyria:--brook, flood, river, stream.

(2976) ya'ash [yaw-ash']

a primitive root; to desist, i.e. (figuratively) to despond:--(cause to) despair, one that is desperate, be no hope.

(2977) Yo'shiyah [yo-shee-yaw']

or {yo-she-yaw'-hoo}; from the same root as ''ashuwyah' ('ashuwyah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); founded of Jah; Joshijah, the name of two Israelites:-- Josiah.

(2978) y'ithown [yeh-ee-thone']

from ''athah' ('athah); an entry:--entrance.

(2979) y'athray [yeh-aw-ther-ah'ee]

from the same as ''Athariym' ('Athariym); stepping; Jeatherai, an Israelite:--Jeaterai.

(2980) yabab [yaw-bab]

a primitive root; to bawl:--cry out.

(2981) ybuwl [yeb-ool']

from 'yabal' (yabal); produce, i.e. a crop or (figuratively) wealth:--fruit, increase.

(2982) Ybuwc [yeb-oos']

from 'buwc' (buwc); trodden, i.e. threshing-place; Jebus, the aboriginal name of Jerusalem:--Jebus.

(2983) Yebuwciy [yeb-oo-see']

patrial from 'Ybuwc' (Ybuwc); a Jebusite or inhabitant of Jebus:--Jebusite(-s).

(2984) Yibchar [yib-khar']

from 'bachar' (bachar); choice; Jibchar, an Israelite:--Ibhar.

(2985) Yabiyn [yaw-bene']

from 'biyn' (biyn); intelligent; Jabin, the name of two Canaanitish kings:--Jabin.

(2986) yabal [yaw-bal']

a primitive root; properly, to flow; causatively, to bring (especially with pomp):--bring (forth), carry, lead (forth).

(2987) ybal [yeb-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yabal' (yabal); to bring:--bring, carry.

(2988) yabal [yaw-bawl']

from 'yabal' (yabal); a stream:--(water-)course, stream.

(2989) Yabal [yaw-bawl']

the same as 'yabal' (yabal); Jabal, an antediluvian:--Jabal.

(2990) yabbel [yab-bale']

from 'yabal' (yabal); having running sores:--wen.

(2991) Yibl`am [yib-leh-awm']

from 'bala`' (bala`) and '`am' (`am); devouring people; Jibleam, a place in Palestine:--Ibleam.

(2992) yabam [yaw-bam']

a primitive root of doubtful meaning; used only as a denominative from 'yabam' (yabam); to marry a (deceased) brother's widow:--perform the duty of a husband's brother, marry.

(2993) yabam [yaw-bawm']

from (the orig. of) 'yabam' (yabam); a brother-in-law:--husband's brother.

(2994) Ybemeth [yeb-ay'-meth]

feminine participle of 'yabam' (yabam); a sister-in-law:--brother's wife, sister in law.

(2995) Yabn'el [yab-neh-ale']

from 'banah' (banah) and ''el' ('el): built of God; Jabneel, the name of two places in Palestine:--Jabneel.

(2996) Yabneh [yab-neh']

from 'banah' (banah); a building; Jabneh, a place in Palestine:--Jabneh.

(2997) Yibnyah [yib-neh-yaw']

from 'banah' (banah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); built of Jah; Jibnejah, an Israelite:--Ibneiah.

(2998) Yibniyah [yib-nee-yaw']

from 'banah' (banah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); building of Jah; Jibnijah, an Israelite:--Ibnijah.

(2999) Yabboq [yab-boke']

probably from 'baqaq' (baqaq); pouring forth; Jabbok, a river east of the Jordan:--Jabbok.

(3000) Yberekyahuw [yeb-eh-rek-yaw'-hoo]

from 'barak' (barak) and 'Yahh' (Yahh): blessed of Jah; Jeberekjah, an Israelite:--Jeberechiah.

(3001) yabesh [yaw-bashe']

a primitive root; to be ashamed, confused or disappointed; also (as failing) to dry up (as water) or wither (as herbage):--be ashamed, clean, be confounded, (make) dry (up), (do) shame(-fully), X utterly, wither (away).

(3002) yabesh [yaw-bashe']

from 'yabesh' (yabesh); dry:--dried (away), dry.

(3003) Yabesh [yaw-bashe']

the same as 'yabesh' (yabesh) (also Yabeysh {yaw-bashe'}; often with the addition of 'Gil`ad' (Gil`ad), i.e. Jabesh of Gilad); Jobesh, the name of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine:--Jobesh ((-Gilead)).

(3004) yabbashah [yab-baw-shaw']

from 'yabesh' (yabesh); dry ground:--dry (ground, land).

(3005) Yibsam [yib-sawm']

from the same as 'besem' (besem); fragrant; Jibsam, an Israelite:--Jibsam.

(3006) yabbesheth [yab-beh'-sheth]

a variation of 'yabbashah' (yabbashah); dry ground:--dry land.

(3007) yabbesheth [yab-beh'-sheth]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yabbesheth' (yabbesheth); dry land:--earth.

(3008) Yig'al [yig-awl']

from 'ga'al' (ga'al); avenger; Jigal, the name of three Israelites:--Igal, Igeal.

(3009) yagab [yaw-gab']

a primitive root; to dig or plow:--husbandman.

(3010) yageb [yaw-gabe']

from 'yagab' (yagab); a plowed field:--field.

(3011) Yogbhah [yog-beh-haw']

feminine from 'gabahh' (gabahh); hillock; Jogbehah, a place East of the Jordan:--Jogbehah.

(3012) Yigdalyahuw [yig-dal-yaw'-hoo]

from 'gadal' (gadal) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); magnified of Jah; Jigdaljah, an Israelite:--Igdaliah.

(3013) yagah [yaw-gaw']

a primitive root; to grieve:--afflict, cause grief, grieve, sorrowful, vex.

(3014) yagah [yaw-gaw']

a primitive root (probably rather the same as 'yagah' (yagah) through the common idea of dissatisfaction); to push away; -be removed.

(3015) yagown [yaw-gohn']

from 'yagah' (yagah); affliction:--grief, sorrow.

(3016) yagowr [yaw-gore']

from 'yagor' (yagor); fearful:--afraid, fearest.

(3017) Yaguwr [yaw-goor']

probably from 'guwr' (guwr); a lodging; Jagur, a place in Palestine:--Jagur.

(3018) ygiya` [yeg-ee'-ah]

from 'yaga`' (yaga`); toil; hence, a work, produce, property (as the result of labor):--labour, work.

(3019) yagiya` [yaw-ghee'-ah]

from 'yaga`' (yaga`); tired:--weary.

(3020) Yogliy [yog-lee']

from 'galah' (galah); exiled; Jogli, an Israelite:--Jogli.

(3021) yaga` [yaw-gah']

a primitive root; properly, to gasp; hence, to be exhausted, to tire, to toil:--faint, (make to) labour, (be) weary.

(3022) yaga` [yaw-gaw']

from 'yaga`' (yaga`); earnings (as the product of toil); -that which he laboured for.

(3023) yagea` [yaw-gay'-ah]

from 'yaga`' (yaga`); tired; hence (transitive) tiresome:--full of labour, weary.

(3024) ygi`ah [yeg-ee-aw']

feminine of 'yagiya`' (yagiya`); fatigue:--weariness.

(3025) yagor [yaw-gore']

a primitive root; to fear:--be afraid, fear.

(3026) Ygar Sahaduwtha' [yegar' sah-had-oo-thaw']

(Aramaic) from a word derived from an unused root (meaning to gather) and a derivation of a root corresponding to 'sahed' (sahed); heap of the testimony; Jegar-Sahadutha, a cairn East of the Jordan:--Jegar-Sahadutha.

(3027) yad [yawd]

a primitive word; a hand (the open one (indicating power, means, direction, etc.), in distinction from 'kaph' (kaph), the closed one); used (as noun, adverb, etc.) in a great variety of applications, both literally and figuratively, both proximate and remote (as follows):--(+ be) able, X about, + armholes, at, axletree, because of, beside, border, X bounty, + broad, (broken-)handed, X by, charge, coast, + consecrate, + creditor, custody, debt, dominion, X enough, + fellowship, force, X from, hand(-staves, -y work), X he, himself, X in, labour, + large, ledge, (left-)handed, means, X mine, ministry, near, X of, X order, ordinance, X our, parts, pain, power, X presumptuously, service, side, sore, state, stay, draw with strength, stroke, + swear, terror, X thee, X by them, X themselves, X thine own, X thou, through, X throwing, + thumb, times, X to, X under, X us, X wait on, (way-)side, where, + wide, X with (him, me, you), work, + yield, X yourselves.

(3028) yad [yad]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yad' (yad):--hand, power.

(3029) yda' [yed-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yadah' (yadah); to praise:--(give) thank(-s).

(3030) Yidalah [yid-al-aw']

of uncertain derivation; Jidalah, a place in Palestine:--Idalah.

(3031) Yidbash [yid-bawsh']

from the same as 'dbash' (dbash); perhaps honeyed; Jidbash, an Israelite:--Idbash.

(3032) yadad [yaw-dad']

a primitive root; properly, to handle (compare 'yadah' (yadah)), i.e. to throw, e.g. lots:--cast.

(3033) ydiduwth [yed-ee-dooth']

from 'ydiyd' (ydiyd); properly, affection; concretely, a darling object:--dearly beloved.

(3034) yadah [yaw-daw']

a primitive root; used only as denominative from 'yad' (yad); literally, to use (i.e. hold out) the hand; physically, to throw (a stone, an arrow) at or away; especially to revere or worship (with extended hands); intensively, to bemoan (by wringing the hands):--cast (out), (make) confess(-ion), praise, shoot, (give) thank(-ful, -s, -sgiving).

(3035) Yiddow [yid-do']

from 'yadah' (yadah); praised; Jiddo, an Israelite:--Iddo.

(3036) Yadown [yaw-done']

from 'yadah' (yadah); thankful; Jadon, an Israelite:--Jadon.

(3037) Yadduwa` [yad-doo'-ah]

from 'yada`' (yada`); knowing; Jaddua, the name of two Israelites:--Jaddua.

(3038) Yduwthuwn [yed-oo-thoon']

or Yduthuwn {yed-oo-thoon'}; or Ydiythuwn {yed-ee-thoon'}; probably from 'yadah' (yadah); laudatory; Jeduthun, an Israelite:--Jeduthun.

(3039) ydiyd [yed-eed']

from the same as 'dowd' (dowd); loved:--amiable, (well-)beloved, loves.

(3040) Ydiydah [yed-ee-daw']

feminine of 'ydiyd' (ydiyd); beloved; Jedidah, an Israelitess:--Jedidah.

(3041) Ydiydyah [yed-ee-deh-yaw']

from 'ydiyd' (ydiyd) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); beloved of Jah; Jedidejah, a name of Solomon:--Jedidiah.

(3042) Ydayah [yed-aw-yaw']

from 'yadah' (yadah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); praised of Jah; Jedajah, the name of two Israelites:--Jedaiah.

(3043) Ydiy`a'el [yed-ee-ah-ale']

from 'yada`' (yada`) and ''el' ('el); knowing God; Jediael, the name of three Israelites:--Jediael.

(3044) Yidlaph [yid-lawf']

from 'dalaph' (dalaph); tearful; Jidlaph, a Mesopotamian:--Jidlaph.

(3045) yada` [yaw-dah']

a primitive root; to know (properly, to ascertain by seeing); used in a great variety of senses, figuratively, literally, euphemistically and inferentially (including observation, care, recognition; and causatively, instruction, designation, punishment, etc.) (as follow):--acknowledge, acquaintance(-ted with), advise, answer, appoint, assuredly, be aware, (un-)awares, can(-not), certainly, comprehend, consider, X could they, cunning, declare, be diligent, (can, cause to) discern, discover, endued with, familiar friend, famous, feel, can have, be (ig-)norant, instruct, kinsfolk, kinsman, (cause to let, make) know, (come to give, have, take) knowledge, have (knowledge), (be, make, make to be, make self) known, + be learned, + lie by man, mark, perceive, privy to, X prognosticator, regard, have respect, skilful, shew, can (man of) skill, be sure, of a surety, teach, (can) tell, understand, have (understanding), X will be, wist, wit, wot.

(3046) yda` [yed-ah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yada`' (yada`):--certify, know, make known, teach.

(3047) Yada` [yaw-daw']

from 'yada`' (yada`); knowing; Jada, an Israelite:--Jada.

(3048) Ykda`yah [yed-ah-yaw']

from 'yada`' (yada`) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has known; Jedajah, the name of two Israelites:--Jedaiah.

(3049) yidd`oniy [yid-deh-o-nee']

from 'yada`' (yada`); properly, a knowing one; specifically, a conjurer; (by impl) a ghost:--wizard.

(3050) Yahh [yaw]

contraction for 'Yhovah' (Yhovah), and meaning the same; Jah, the sacred name:--Jah, the Lord, most vehement. Compare names in "-iah," "- jah."

(3051) yahab [yaw-hab']

a primitive root; to give (whether literal or figurative); generally, to put; imperatively (reflexive) come:--ascribe, bring, come on, give, go, set, take.

(3052) yhab [yeh-hab']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yahab' (yahab); -deliver, give, lay, + prolong, pay, yield.

(3053) yhab [ye-hawb']

from 'yahab' (yahab); properly, what is given (by Providence), i.e. a lot:--burden.

(3054) yahad [yaw-had']

denominative from a form corresponding to 'Yhuwd' (Yhuwd); to Judaize, i.e. become Jewish:--become Jews.

(3055) Yhud [yeh-hood']

a briefer form of one corresponding to 'Yhuwd' (Yhuwd); Jehud, a place in Palestine:--Jehud.

(3056) Yehday [yeh-dah'-ee]

perhaps from a form corresponding to 'Yhuwd' (Yhuwd); Judaistic; Jehdai, an Israelite:--Jehdai.

(3057) Yhudiyah [yeh-hoo-dee-yaw']

feminine of 'Yhuwdiy' (Yhuwdiy); Jehudijah, a Jewess: -Jehudijah.

(3058) Yehuw' [yay-hoo']

from 'Yhovah' (Yhovah) and 'huw'' (huw'); Jehovah (is) He; Jehu, the name of five Israelites:--Jehu.

(3059) Yhow'achaz [yeh-ho-aw-khawz']

from 'Yhovah' (Yhovah) and ''achaz' ('achaz); Jehovah-seized; Jehoachaz, the name of three Israelites:--Jehoahaz. Compare 'Yow'achaz' (Yow'achaz).

(3060) Yhow'ash [yeh-ho-awsh']

from 'Yhovah' (Yhovah) and (perhaps) ''esh' ('esh); Jehovah-fired; Jehoash, the name of two Israelite kings:--Jehoash. Compare 'Yow'ash' (Yow'ash).

(3061) Yhuwd [yeh-hood']

(Aramaic) contracted from a form corresponding to 'Yhuwdah' (Yhuwdah); properly, Judah, hence, Judaea:--Jewry, Judah, Judea.

(3062) Yhuwda'iy [yeh-hoo-daw-ee']

(Aramaic) patrial from 'Yhuwd' (Yhuwd); a Jehudaite (or Judaite), i.e. Jew:--Jew.

(3063) Yhuwdah [yeh-hoo-daw']

from 'yadah' (yadah); celebrated; Jehudah (or Judah), the name of five Israelites; also of the tribe descended from the first, and of its territory:--Judah.

(3064) Yhuwdiy [yeh-hoo-dee']

patronymically from 'Yhuwdah' (Yhuwdah); a Jehudite (i.e. Judaite or Jew), or descendant of Jehudah (i.e. Judah):--Jew.

(3065) Yhuwdiy [yeh-hoo-dee']

the same as 'Yhuwdiy' (Yhuwdiy); Jehudi, an Israelite:--Jehudi.

(3066) Yhuwdiyth [yeh-hoo-deeth']

feminine of 'Yhuwdiy' (Yhuwdiy); the Jewish (used adverbially) language:--in the Jews' language.

(3067) Yhuwdiyth [yeh-ho-deeth']

the same as 'Yhuwdiyth' (Yhuwdiyth); Jewess; Jehudith, a Canaanitess:--Judith.

(3068) Yhovah [yeh-ho-vaw']

from 'hayah' (hayah); (the) self-Existent or Eternal; Jehovah, Jewish national name of God:--Jehovah, the Lord. Compare 'Yahh' (Yahh), 'Yhovih' (Yhovih).