Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



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(5429) c'ah [seh-aw']

from an unused root meaning to define; a seah, or certain measure (as determinative) for grain:--measure.

(5430) c'own [seh-own']

from 'ca'an' (ca'an); perhaps a military boot (as a protection from mud:--battle.

(5431) ca'an [saw-an']

a primitive root; to be miry; used only as denominative from 'c'own' (c'own); to shoe, i.e. (active participle) a soldier shod:--warrior.

(5432) ca'c'ah [sah-seh-aw']

for 'c'ah' (c'ah); measurement, i.e. moderation:--measure.

(5433) caba' [saw-baw']

a primitive root; to quaff to satiety, i.e. become tipsy:--drunkard, fill self, Sabean, (wine-)bibber.

(5434) Cba' [seb-aw']

of foreign origin; Seba, a son of Cush, and the country settled by him:--Seba.

(5435) cobe' [so'-beh]

from 'caba'' (caba'); potation, concretely (wine), or abstractly (carousal):--drink, drunken, wine.

(5436) Cba'iy [seb-aw-ee']

patrial from 'Cba'' (Cba'); a Sebaite, or inhabitant of Seba:--Sabean.

(5437) cabab [saw-bab']

a primitive root; to revolve, surround, or border; used in various applications, literally and figuratively (as follows):--bring, cast, fetch, lead, make, walk, X whirl, X round about, be about on every side, apply, avoid, beset (about), besiege, bring again, carry (about), change, cause to come about, X circuit, (fetch a) compass (about, round), drive, environ, X on every side, beset (close, come, compass, go, stand) round about, inclose, remove, return, set, sit down, turn (self) (about, aside, away, back).

(5438) cibbah [sib-baw']

from 'cabab' (cabab); a (providential) turn (of affairs):--cause.

(5439) cabiyb [saw-beeb']

or (feminine) cbiybah {seb-ee-baw'}; from 'cabab' (cabab); (as noun) a circle, neighbour, or environs; but chiefly (as adverb, with or without preposition) around:--(place, round) about, circuit, compass, on every side.

(5440) cabak [saw-bak']

a primitive root; to entwine:--fold together, wrap.

(5441) cobek [so'-bek]

from 'cabak' (cabak); a copse:--thicket.

(5442) cbak [seb-awk']

from 'cabak' (cabak), a copse:--thick(-et).

(5443) cabbka' [sab-bek-aw']

(Aramaic) or sabbka: (Aramaic) {sab-bek- aw'}; from a root corresponding to 'cabak' (cabak); a lyre:--sackbut.

(5444) Cibbkay [sib-bek-ah'-ee]

from 'cabak' (cabak); copse-like; Sibbecai, an Israelite:--Sibbecai, Sibbechai.

(5445) cabal [saw-bal']

a primitive root; to carry (literally or figuratively), or (reflexively) be burdensome; specifically, to be gravid:--bear, be a burden, carry, strong to labour.

(5446) cbal [seb-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'cabal' (cabal); to erect:--strongly laid.

(5447) cebel [say'-bel]

from 'cabal' (cabal); a load (literally or figuratively):--burden, charge.

(5448) cobel [so'-bel]

(only in the form cubbal {soob-bawl'}; from 'cabal' (cabal); a load (figuratively):--burden.

(5449) cabbal [sab-bawl']

from 'cabal' (cabal); a porter:--(to bear, bearer of) burden(-s).

(5450) cbalah [seb-aw-law']

from 'cebel' (cebel); porterage:--burden.

(5451) cibboleth [sib-bo'-leth]

for 'shibbol' (shibbol); an ear of grain:--Sibboleth.

(5452) cbar [seb-ar']

(Aramaic) a primitive root; to bear in mind, i.e. hope:--think.

(5453) Cibrayim [sib-rah'-yim]

dual from a root corresponding to 'cbar' (cbar); double hope; Sibrajim, a place in Syria:--Sibraim.

(5454) Cabta' [sab-taw']

or Cabtah {sab-taw'}; probably of foreign derivation; Sabta or Sabtah, the name of a son of Cush, and the country occupied by his posterity:--Sabta, Sabtah.

(5455) Cabtka' [sab-tek-aw']

probably of foreign derivation; Sabteca, the name of a son of Cush, and the region settled by him:--Sabtecha, Sabtechah.

(5456) cagad [saw-gad']

a primitive root; to prostrate oneself (in homage):--fall down.

(5457) cgid [seg-eed']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'cagad' (cagad):--worship.

(5458) cgowr [seg-ore']

from 'cagar' (cagar); properly, shut up, i.e. the breast (as inclosing the heart); also gold (as generally shut up safely):--caul, gold.

(5459) cgullah [seg-ool-law']

feminine passive participle of an unused root meaning to shut up; wealth (as closely shut up):--jewel, peculiar (treasure), proper good, special.

(5460) cgan [seg-an']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'cagan' (cagan):--governor.

(5461) cagan [saw-gawn']

from an unused root meaning to superintend; a prefect of a province:--prince, ruler.

(5462) cagar [saw-gar']

a primitive root; to shut up; figuratively, to surrender:--close up, deliver (up), give over (up), inclose, X pure, repair, shut (in, self, out, up, up together), stop, X straitly.

(5463) cgar [seg-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'cagar' (cagar):--shut up.

(5464) cagriyd [sag-reed']

probably from 'cagar' (cagar) in the sense of sweeping away; a pouring rain:--very rainy.

(5465) cad [sad]

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

(5466) cadiyn [saw-deen']

from an unused root meaning to envelop; a wrapper, i.e. shirt:--fine linen, sheet.

(5467) Cdom [sed-ome']

from an unused root meaning to scorch; burnt (i.e. volcanic or bituminous) district; Sedom, a place near the Dead Sea:-- Sodom.

(5468) ceder [seh'-der]

from an unused root meaning to arrange; order:--order.

(5469) cahar [cah'-har]

from an unused root meaning to be round; roundness:--round.

(5470) cohar [so'-har]

from the same as 'cahar' (cahar); a dungeon (as surrounded by walls):--prison.

(5471) Cow' [so]

of foreign derivation; So, an Egyptian king:--So.

(5472) cuwg [soog]

a primitive root; properly, to flinch, i.e. (by implication) to go back, literally (to retreat) or figuratively (to apostatize):--backslider, drive, go back, turn (away, back).

(5473) cuwg [soog]

a primitive root (probably rather identical with 'cuwg' (cuwg) through the idea of shrinking from a hedge; compare 'suwg' (suwg)); to hem in, i.e. bind:--set about.

(5474) cuwgar [soo-gar']

from 'cagar' (cagar); an inclosure, i.e. cage (for an animal):--ward.

(5475) cowd [sode]

from 'yacad' (yacad); a session, i.e. company of persons (in close deliberation); by implication, intimacy, consultation, a secret:--assembly, consel, inward, secret (counsel).

(5476) Cowdiy [so-dee']

from 'cowd' (cowd); a confidant; Sodi, an Israelite:--Sodi.

(5477) Cuwach [soo'-akh]

from an unused root meaning to wipe away; sweeping; Suach, an Israelite:--Suah.

(5478) cuwchah [soo-khaw']

from the same as 'Cuwach' (Cuwach); something swept away, i.e. filth:--torn.

(5479) Cowtay [so-tah'-ee]

from 'suwt' (suwt); roving; Sotai, one of the Nethinim:--Sotai.

(5480) cuwk [sook]

a primitive root; properly, to smear over (with oil), i.e. anoint:--anoint (self), X at all.

(5481) cuwmpownyah [soom-po-neh-yaw']

(Aramaic) or cuwmponyah (Aramaic) {soom-po-neh-yaw'}; or ciyphonya: (Dan. 3:10) (Aramaic) {see-fo-neh-yaw'}; of Greek origin; a bagpipe (with a double pipe):--dulcimer.

(5482) Cveneh [sev-ay-nay']

(rather to be written Cvenah {sev-ay'-naw}; for Cven {sev-ane'}; i.e to Seven); of Egyptian derivation; Seven, a place in Upper Egypt:--Syene.

(5483) cuwc [soos]

or cuc {soos}; from an unused root meaning to skip (properly, for joy); a horse (as leaping); also a swallow (from its rapid flight):--crane, horse((-back, -hoof)). Compare 'parash' (parash).

(5484) cuwcah [soo-saw']

feminine of 'cuwc' (cuwc); a mare:--company of horses.

(5485) Cuwciy [soo-see']

from 'cuwc' (cuwc); horse-like; Susi, an Israelite:--Susi.

(5486) cuwph [soof]

a primitive root; to snatch away, i.e. terminate:--consume, have an end, perish, X be utterly.

(5487) cuwph [soof]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'cuwph' (cuwph); to come to an end:-- consume, fulfill.

(5488) cuwph [soof]

probably of Egyptian origin; a reed, especially the papyrus:--flag, Red (sea), weed. Compare 'Cuwph' (Cuwph).

(5489) Cuwph [soof]

for 'cuwph' (cuwph) (by ellipsis of 'yam' (yam)); the Reed (Sea):--Red Sea.

(5490) cowph [sofe]

from 'cuwph' (cuwph); a termination:--conclusion, end, hinder participle

(5491) cowph [sofe]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'cowph' (cowph):--end.

(5492) cuwphah [soo-faw']

from 'cuwph' (cuwph); a hurricane:--Red Sea, storm, tempest, whirlwind, Red sea.

(5493) cuwr [soor]

or suwr (Hosea 9:12) {soor}; a primitive root; to turn off (literal or figurative):--be(-head), bring, call back, decline, depart, eschew, get (you), go (aside), X grievous, lay away (by), leave undone, be past, pluck away, put (away, down), rebel, remove (to and fro), revolt, X be sour, take (away, off), turn (aside, away, in), withdraw, be without.

(5494) cuwr [soor]

probably passive participle of 'cuwr' (cuwr); turned off, i.e. deteriorated:--degenerate.

(5495) Cuwr [soor]

the same as 'cuwr' (cuwr); Sur, a gate of the temple:--Sur.

(5496) cuwth [sooth]

perhaps denominative from 'shayith' (shayith); properly, to prick, i.e. (figuratively) stimulate; by implication, to seduce:--entice, move, persuade, provoke, remove, set on, stir up, take away.

(5497) cuwth [sooth]

probably from the same root as 'macveh' (macveh); covering, i.e. clothing:--clothes.

(5498) cachab [saw-khab']

a primitive root; to trail along:--draw (out), tear.

(5499) cchabah [seh-khaw-baw']

from 'cachab' (cachab); a rag:--cast clout.

(5500) cachah [saw-khaw']

a primitive root; to sweep away:--scrape.

(5501) cchiy [seh-khee']

from 'cachah' (cachah); refuse (as swept off):--offscouring.

(5502) cachaph [saw-khaf']

a primitive root; to scrape off:--sweep (away).

(5503) cachar [saw-khar']

a primitive root; to travel round (specifically as a pedlar); intensively, to palpitate:--go about, merchant(-man), occupy with, pant, trade, traffick.

(5504) cachar [sakh'-ar]

from 'cachar' (cachar); profit (from trade):--merchandise.

(5505) cachar [saw-khar']

from 'cachar' (cachar); an emporium; abstractly, profit (from trade):--mart, merchandise.

(5506) cchorah [sekh-o-raw']

from 'cachar' (cachar): traffic:--merchandise.

(5507) cocherah [so-khay-raw']

properly, active participle feminine of 'cachar' (cachar); something surrounding the person, i.e. a shield:--buckler.

(5508) cochereth [so-kheh'-reth]

similar to 'cocherah' (cocherah); probably a (black) tile (or tessara) for laying borders with:--black marble.

(5509) ciyg [seeg]

or cuwg (Ezek. 22:18) {soog}; from 'cuwg' (cuwg) in the sense of refuse; scoria:--dross.

(5510) Ciyvan [see-vawn']

probably of Persian origin; Sivan, the third Heb. month:--Sivan.

(5511) Ciychown [see-khone']

or Ciychon {see-khone'}; from the same as 'Cuwach' (Cuwach); tempestuous; Sichon, an Amoritish king:--Sihon.

(5512) Ciyn [seen]

of uncertain derivation; Sin the name of an Egyptian town and (probably) desert adjoining:--Sin.

(5513) Ciynay [see-nee']

from an otherwise unknown name of a man; a Sinite, or descendant of one of the sons of Canaan:--Sinite.

(5514) Ciynay [see-nah'-ee]

of uncertain derivation; Sinai, mountain of Arabia:--Sinai.

(5515) Ciyniym [see-neem']

plural of an otherwise unknown name; Sinim, a distant Oriental region:--Sinim.

(5516) Ciycra'; [see-ser-aw']

of uncertain derivation; Sisera, the name of a Canaanitish king and of one of the Nethinim:--Sisera.

(5517) Ciy`a' [see-ah']

or Ciyeahai {see-ah-haw'}; from an unused root meaning to converse; congregation; Sia or Siaha, one of the Nethinim:-- Sia, Siaha.

(5518) ciyr [seer]

or (feminine) ciyrah {see-raw'}; or cirah (Jeremiah 52:18) {see-raw'}; from a primitive root meaning to boil up; a pot; also a thorn (as springing up rapidly); by implication, a hook:--caldron, fishhook, pan, ((wash-))pot, thorn.

(5519) cak [sawk]

from 'cakak' (cakak); properly, a thicket of men, i.e. a crowd:-- multitude.

(5520) cok [soke]

from 'cakak' (cakak); a hut (as of entwined boughs); also a lair:-- covert, den, pavilion, tabernacle.

(5521) cukkah [sook-kaw']

fem of 'cok' (cok); a hut or lair:--booth, cottage, covert, pavilion, tabernacle, tent.

(5522) cikkuwth [sik-kooth']

feminine of 'cak' (cak); an (idolatrous) booth:--tabernacle.

(5523) Cukkowth [sook-kohth']

or Cukkoth {sook-kohth'}; plural of 'cukkah' (cukkah); booths; Succoth, the name of a place in Egypt and of three in Palestine:-- Succoth.

(5524) Cukkowth bnowth [sook-kohth' ben-ohth']

from 'Cukkowth' (Cukkowth) and the (irreg.) plural of 'bath' (bath); booths of (the) daughters; brothels, i.e. idoalatrous tents for impure purpose:--Succoth-benoth.

(5525) Cukkiy [sook-kee']

patrial from an unknown name (perhaps 'cok' (cok)); a Sukkite, or inhabitant of some place near Egypt (i.e. hut-dwellers):-- Sukkiims.

(5526) cakak [saw-kak']

or sakak (Exod. 33:22) {saw-kak'}; a primitive root; properly, to entwine as a screen; by implication, to fence in, cover over, (figuratively) protect:--cover, defence, defend, hedge in, join together, set, shut up.

(5527) Ckakah [sek-aw-kaw']

from 'cakak' (cakak); inclosure; Secacah, a place in Palestine:--Secacah.

(5528) cakal [saw-kal']

for 'kacal' (kacal); to be silly:--do (make, play the, turn into) fool(-ish, -ishly, -ishness).

(5529) cekel [seh'-kal]

from 'cakal' (cakal); silliness; concretely and collectively, dolts:--folly.