Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)




(6284) pa'ah [paw-aw']

a primitive root; to puff, i.e. blow away:--scatter into corners.

(6285) pe'ah [pay-aw']

feminine of 'poh' (poh); properly, mouth in a figurative sense, i.e. direction, region, extremity:--corner, end, quarter, side.

(6286) pa'ar [paw-ar']

a primitive root; to gleam, i.e. (causatively) embellish; figuratively, to boast; also to explain (i.e. make clear) oneself; denominative from 'p'orah' (p'orah), to shake a tree:--beautify, boast self, go over the boughs, glorify (self), glory, vaunt self.

(6287) p'er [peh-ayr']

from 'pa'ar' (pa'ar); an embellishment, i.e. fancy head-dress:--beauty, bonnet, goodly, ornament, tire.

(6288) p'orah [peh-o-raw']

or pora'h {po-raw'}; or pu'rah {poo-raw'}; from 'pa'ar' (pa'ar); properly, ornamentation, i.e. (plural) foliage (including the limbs) as bright green:--bough, branch, sprig.

(6289) pa'ruwr [paw-roor']

from 'pa'ar' (pa'ar); properly, illuminated, i.e. a glow; as noun, a flush (of anxiety):--blackness.

(6290) Pa'ran [paw-rawn']

from 'pa'ar' (pa'ar); ornamental; Paran, a desert of Arabia:--Paran.

(6291) pag [pag]

from an unused root meaning to be torpid, i.e. crude; an unripe fig:--green fig.

(6292) pigguwl [pig-gool']

or piggul {pig-gool'}; from an unused root meaning to stink; properly, fetid, i.e. (figuratively) unclean (ceremonially):--abominable(-tion, thing).

(6293) paga` [paw-gah']

a primitive root; to impinge, by accident or violence, or (figuratively) by importunity:--come (betwixt), cause to entreat, fall (upon), make intercession, intercessor, intreat, lay, light (upon), meet (together), pray, reach, run.

(6294) pega` [peh'-gah]

from 'paga`' (paga`); impact (casual):--chance, occurent.

(6295) Pag`iy'el [pag-ee-ale']

from 'pega`' (pega`) and ''el' ('el); accident of God; Pagiel, an Israelite:--Pagiel.

(6296) pagar [paw-gar']

a primitive root; to relax, i.e. become exhausted:--be faint.

(6297) peger [peh'gher]

from 'pagar' (pagar); a carcase (as limp), whether of man or beast; figuratively, an idolatrous image:--carcase, corpse, dead body.

(6298) pagash [paw-gash']

a primitive root; to come in contact with, whether by accident or violence; figuratively, to concur:--meet (with, together).

(6299) padah [paw-daw']

a primitive root; to sever, i.e. ransom; gener. to release, preserve:--X at all, deliver, X by any means, ransom, (that are to be, let be) redeem(-ed), rescue, X surely.

(6300) Pdah'el [ped-ah-ale']

from 'padah' (padah) and ''el' ('el); God has ransomed; Pedahel, an Israelite:--Pedahel.

(6301) Pdahtsuwr [ped-aw-tsoor']

from 'padah' (padah) and 'tsuwr' (tsuwr); a rock (i.e. God) has ransomed; Pedahtsur, an Israelite:--Pedahzur.

(6302) paduwy [paw-doo'ee]

passive participle of 'padah' (padah). ransomed (and so occurring under 'padah' (padah)); as abstractly (in plural masculine) a ransom:--(that are) to be (that were) redeemed.

(6303) Padown [paw-done']

from 'padah' (padah); ransom; Padon, one of the Nethinim. -- Padon.

(6304) pduwth [ped-ooth']

or pduth {ped-ooth'}; from 'Qedmah' (Qedmah); distinction; also deliverance:--division, redeem, redemption.

(6305) Pdayah [ped-aw-yaw']

or Pdayahuw {ped-aw-yaw'-hoo}; from 'padah' (padah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has ransomed; Pedajah, the name of six Israelites:--Pedaiah.

(6306) pidyowm [pid-yome']

or pidyom {pid-yome'}; also pidyown {pid-yone'}; or pidyon {pid-yone'}; from 'padah' (padah); a ransom; --ransom, that were redeemed, redemption.

(6307) Paddan [pad-dawn']

from an unused root meaning to extend; a plateau; or Paddan pAram {pad-dan' ar-awm'}; from the same and ''Aram' ('Aram); the table-land of Aram; Paddan or Paddan-Aram, a region of Syria:--Padan, Padan-aram.

(6308) pada` [paw-dah']

a primitive root; to retrieve:--deliver.

(6309) peder [peh'der]

from an unused root meaning to be greasy; suet:--fat.

(6310) peh [peh]

from 'pa'ah' (pa'ah); the mouth (as the means of blowing), whether literal or figurative (particularly speech); specifically edge, portion or side; adverbially (with preposition) according to:--accord(-ing as, -ing to), after, appointment, assent, collar, command(-ment), X eat, edge, end, entry, + file, hole, X in, mind, mouth, part, portion, X (should) say(-ing), sentence, skirt, sound, speech, X spoken, talk, tenor, X to, + two-edged, wish, word.

(6311) poh [po]

or po6 (Job 38:11) {po}; or pow {po}; probably from a primitive inseparable particle "p" (of demonstrative force) and 'huw'' (huw'); this place (French ici), i.e. here or hence:--here, hither, the one (other, this, that) side.

(6312) Puw'ah [poo-aw']

or Puvvah {poov-vaw'}; from 'pa'ah' (pa'ah); a blast; Puah or Puvvah, the name of two Israelites:--Phuvah, Pua, Puah.

(6313) puwg [poog]

a primitive root; to be sluggish:--cease, be feeble, faint, be slacked.

(6314) puwgah [poo-gaw']

from 'puwg' (puwg); intermission:--rest.

(6315) puwach [poo'akh]

a primitive root; to puff, i.e. blow with the breath or air; hence, to fan (as a breeze), to utter, to kindle (a fire), to scoff:--blow (upon), break, puff, bring into a snare, speak, utter.

(6316) Puwt [poot]

of foreign origin; Put, a son of Ham, also the name of his descendants or their region, and of a Persian tribe:--Phut, Put.

(6317) Puwtiy'el [poo-tee-ale']

from an unused root (probably meaning to disparage) and ''el' ('el); contempt of God; Putiel, an Israelite:--Putiel.

(6318) Powtiyphar [po-tee-far']

of Egyptian derivation: Potiphar, an Egyptian:--Potiphar.

(6319) Powtiy Phera` [po-tee feh'-rah]

of Egyptian derivation; Poti-Phera, an Egyptian:--Poti-pherah.

(6320) puwk [pook]

from an unused root meaning to paint; dye (specifically, stibium for the eyes):--fair colours, glistering, paint(-ed) (-ing).

(6321) powl [pole]

from an unused root meaning to be thick; a bean (as plump):--beans.

(6322) Puwl [pool]

of foreign origin; Pul, the name of an Assyrian king and of an Ethiopian tribe:--Pul.

(6323) puwn [poon]

a primitive root meaning to turn, i.e. be perplexed:--be distracted.

(6324) Puwniy [poo-nee']

patronymically from an unused name meaning a turn; a Punite (collectively) or descendants of an unknown Pun:--Punites.

(6325) Puwnon [poo-none']

from 'puwn' (puwn); perplexity; Punon, a place in the Desert:--Punon.

(6326) Puw`ah [poo-aw']

from an unused root meaning to glitter; brilliancy; Puah, an Israelitess:--Puah.

(6327) puwts [poots]

a primitive root; to dash in pieces, literally or figuratively (especially to disperse):--break (dash, shake) in (to) pieces, cast (abroad), disperse (selves), drive, retire, scatter (abroad), spread abroad.

(6328) puwq [pook]

a primitive root; to waver:--stumble, move.

(6329) puwq [pook]

a primitive root (identical with 'puwq' (puwq) through the idea of dropping out; compare 'nphaq' (nphaq)); to issue, i.e. furnish; causatively, to secure; figuratively, to succeed:--afford, draw out, further, get, obtain.

(6330) puwqah [poo-kaw']

from 'puwq' (puwq); a stumbling-block:--grief.

(6331) puwr [poor]

a primitive root; to crush:--break, bring to nought, X utterly take.

(6332) Puwr [poor]

also (plural) Puwriym {poo-reem'}; or Puriym {poo-reem'}; from 'puwr' (puwr); a lot (as by means of a broken piece):--Pur, Purim.

(6333) puwrah [poo-raw']

from 'puwr' (puwr); a wine-press (as crushing the grapes):--winepress.

(6334) Powratha' [po-raw-thaw']

of Persian origin; Poratha, a son of Haman:--Poratha.

(6335) puwsh [poosh]

a primitive root; to spread; figuratively, act proudly:--grow up, be grown fat, spread selves, be scattered.

(6336) Puwthiy [poo-thee']

patronymically from an unused name meaning a hinge; a Puthite (collectively) or descendants of an unknown Puth:--Puhites (as if from 'Puw'ah' (Puw'ah)).

(6337) paz [pawz]

from 'pazaz' (pazaz); pure (gold); hence, gold itself (as refined):--fine (pure) gold.

(6338) pazaz [paw-zaz']

a primitive root; to refine (gold):--best (gold).

(6339) pazaz [paw-zaz']

a primitive root (identical with 'pazaz' (pazaz)); to solidify (as if by refining); also to spring (as if separating the limbs):--leap, be made strong.

(6340) pazar [paw-zar']

a primitive root; to scatter, whether in enmity or bounty:--disperse, scatter (abroad).

(6341) pach [pakh]

from 'pachach' (pachach); a (metallic) sheet (as pounded thin); also a spring net (as spread out like a lamina):--gin, (thin) plate, snare.

(6342) pachad [paw-kkad']

a primitive root; to be startled (by a sudden alarm); hence, to fear in general:--be afraid, stand in awe, (be in) fear, make to shake.

(6343) pachad [pakh'-ad]

from 'pachad' (pachad); a (sudden) alarm (properly, the object feared, by implication, the feeling):--dread(-ful), fear, (thing) great (fear, -ly feared), terror.

(6344) pachad [pakh'-ad]

the same as 'pachad' (pachad); a testicle (as a cause of shame akin to fear):--stone.

(6345) pachdah [pakh-daw']

feminine of 'pachad' (pachad); alarm (i.e. awe):--fear.

(6346) pechah [peh-khaw']

of foreign origin; a prefect (of a city or small district):--captain, deputy, governor.

(6347) pechah [peh-khaw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'pechah' (pechah):--captain, governor.

(6348) pachaz [paw-khaz']

a primitive root; to bubble up or froth (as boiling water), i.e. (figuratively) to be unimportant:--light.

(6349) pachaz [pakh'-az]

from 'pachaz' (pachaz); ebullition, i.e. froth (figuratively, lust):--unstable.

(6350) pachazuwth [pakh-az-ooth']

from 'pachaz' (pachaz); frivolity:--lightness.

(6351) pachach [paw-khakh']

a primitive root; to batter out; but used only as denominative from 'pach' (pach), to spread a net:--be snared.

(6352) pecham [peh-khawm']

perhaps from an unused root probably meaning to be black; a coal, whether charred or live:--coals.

(6353) pechar [peh-khawr']

(Aramaic) from an unused root probably meaning to fashion; a potter:--potter.

(6354) pachath [pakh'-ath]

probably from an unused root apparently meaning to dig; a pit, especially for catching animals:--hole, pit, snare.

(6355) Pachath Mow'ab [pakh'-ath mo-awb']

from 'pachath' (pachath) and 'Mow'ab' (Mow'ab); pit of Moab; Pachath-Moab, an Israelite:--Pahath-moab.

(6356) pchetheth [pekh-eh'-theth]

from the same as 'pachath' (pachath); a hole (by mildew in a garment):--fret inward.

(6357) pitdah [pit-daw']

of foreign derivation; a gem, probably the topaz:--topaz.

(6358) patuwr [paw-toor']

passive participle of 'patar' (patar); opened, i.e. (as noun) a bud:--open.

(6359) patiyr [paw-teer']

from 'patar' (patar); open, i.e. unoccupied:--free.

(6360) pattiysh [pat-teesh']

intensively from an unused root meaning to pound; a hammer:--hammer.

(6361) pattiysh [pat-teesh']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to that of 'pattiysh' (pattiysh); a gown (as if hammered out wide):--hose.

(6362) patar [paw-tar']

a primitive root; to cleave or burst through, i.e. (causatively) to emit, whether literal or figurative (gape):--dismiss, free, let (shoot) out, slip away.

(6363) peter [peh'-ter]

or pitrah {pit-raw'}; from 'patar' (patar); a fissure, i.e. (concretely) firstling (as opening the matrix):--firstling, openeth, such as open.

(6364) Piy-Beceth [pee beh'-seth]

of Egyptian origin; Pi-Beseth, a place in Egypt:--Pi-beseth.

(6365) piyd [peed]

from an unused root probably meaning to pierce; (figuratively) misfortune:--destruction, ruin.

(6366) peyah [pay-aw']

or piyah {pee-yaw'}; feminine of 'peh' (peh); an edge:-- (two-)edge(-d).

(6367) Pi ha-Chiyroth [pee hah-khee-roth']

from 'peh' (peh) and the feminine plural of a noun (from the same root as 'chowr' (chowr)), with the article interpolated; mouth of the gorges; Pi-ha-Chiroth, a place in Egypt: --Pi-hahiroth. (In Numbers 14:19 without Pi-.)

(6368) piyach [pee'-akh]

from 'puwach' (puwach); a powder (as easily puffed away), i.e. ashes or dust:--ashes.

(6369) Piykol [pee-kole']

apparently from 'peh' (peh) and 'kol' (kol); mouth of all; Picol, a Philistine:--Phichol.

(6370) piylegesh [pee-leh'-ghesh]

or pilegesh {pee-leh'-ghesh}; of uncertain derivation; a concubine; also (masculine) a paramour:--concubine, paramour.

(6371) piymah [pee-maw']

probably from an unused root meaning to be plump; obesity:--collops.

(6372) Piynchac [pee-nekh-aws']

apparently from 'peh' (peh) and a variation of 'nachash' (nachash); mouth of a serpent; Pinechas, the name of three Israelites:--Phinehas.

(6373) piynon [pee-none']

probably the same as 'Puwnon' (Puwnon); Pinon, an Idumaean:--Pinon.

(6374) piyphiyah [pee-fee-yaw']

for 'peyah' (peyah); an edge or tooth:--tooth, X two-edged.

(6375) piyq [peek]

from 'puwq' (puwq); a tottering:--smite together.

(6376) Piyshown [pee-shone']

from 'puwsh' (puwsh); dispersive; Pishon, a river of Eden:--Pison.

(6377) Piythown [pee-thone']

probably from the same as 'poth' (poth); expansive; Pithon, an Israelite:--Pithon.

(6378) pak [pak]

from 'pakah' (pakah); a flask (from which a liquid may flow):--box, vial.

(6379) pakah [paw-kaw']

a primitive root; to pour:--run out.

(6380) Pokereth Tsbayiym [po-keh'-reth tseb-aw-yeem']

from the active participle (of the same form as the first word) feminine of an unused root (meaning to entrap) and plural of 'tsbiy' (tsbiy); trap of gazelles; Pokereth-Tsebajim, one of the "servants of Solomon":--Pochereth of Zebaim.

(6381) pala' [paw-law']

a primitive root; properly, perhaps to separate, i.e. distinguish (literally or figuratively); by implication, to be (causatively, make) great, difficult, wonderful:--accomplish, (arise...too, be too) hard, hidden, things too high, (be, do, do a, shew) marvelous(-ly, -els, things, work), miracles, perform, separate, make singular, (be, great, make) wonderful(-ers, -ly, things, works), wondrous (things, works, -ly).

(6382) pele' [peh'-leh]

from 'pala'' (pala'); a miracle:--marvellous thing, wonder(-ful, -fully).

(6383) pil'iy [pil-ee']

or paliy1 {paw-lee'}; from 'pala'' (pala'); remarkable:--secret, wonderful.

(6384) Pallu'iy [pal-loo-ee']

patronymically from 'Palluw'' (Palluw'); a Palluite (collectively) or descendants of Pallu:--Palluites.