Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)




(6892) qe' [kay]

or qiys {kee}; from 'qow'' (qow'); vomit:--vomit.

(6893) qa'ath [kaw-ath']

from 'qow'' (qow'); probably the pelican (from vomiting):--cormorant.

(6894) qab [kab]

from 'qabab' (qabab); a hollow, i.e. vessel used as a (dry) measure:--cab.

(6895) qabab [kaw-bab']

a primitive root; to scoop out, i.e. (figuratively) to malign or execrate (i.e. stab with words):--X at all, curse.

(6896) qebah [kay-baw']

from 'qabab' (qabab); the paunch (as a cavity) or first stomach of ruminants:--maw.

(6897) qobah [ko'-baw]

from 'qabab' (qabab); the abdomen (as a cavity):--belly.

(6898) qubbah [koob-baw']

from 'qabab' (qabab); a pavilion (as a domed cavity):--tent.

(6899) qibbuwts [kib-boots']

from 'qabats' (qabats); a throng:--company.

(6900) qbuwrah [keb-oo-raw']

or qburah {keb-oo-raw'}; feminine passive participle of 'qabar' (qabar); sepulture; (concretely) a sepulchre:--burial, burying place, grave, sepulchre.

(6901) qabal [kaw-bal']

a primitive root; to admit, i.e. take (literally or figuratively):--choose, (take) hold, receive, (under-)take.

(6902) qbal [keb-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'qabal' (qabal); to acquire:--receive, take.

(6903) qbel [keb-ale']

(Aramaic) or qobel (Aramaic) {kob-ale'}; (corresponding to 'qabal' (qabal); (adverbially) in front of; usually (with other particles) on account of, so as, since, hence:--+ according to, + as, + because, before, + for this cause, + forasmuch as, + by this means, over against, by reason of, + that, + therefore, + though, + wherefore.

(6904) qobel [ko'-bel]

from 'qabal' (qabal) in the sense of confronting (as standing opposite in order to receive); a battering-ram:--war.

(6905) qabal [kaw-bawl']

from 'qabal' (qabal) in the sense of opposite (see 'qobel' (qobel)); the presence, i.e. (adverbially) in front of:--before.

(6906) qaba` [kaw-bah']

a primitive root; to cover, i.e. (figuratively) defraud:--rob, spoil.

(6907) qubba`ath [koob-bah'-ath]

from 'qaba`' (qaba`); a goblet (as deep like a cover):--dregs.

(6908) qabats [kaw-bats']

a primitive root; to grasp, i.e. collect:--assemble (selves), gather (bring) (together, selves together, up), heap, resort, X surely, take up.

(6909) Qabts'el [kab-tseh-ale']

from 'qabats' (qabats) and ''el' ('el); God has gathered; Kabtseel, a place in Palestine:--Kabzeel. Compare 'Yqabts'el' (Yqabts'el).

(6910) qbutsah [keb-oo-tsaw']

feminine passive participle of 'qabats' (qabats); a hoard:--X gather.

(6911) Qibtsayim [kib-tsah'-yim]

dual from 'qabats' (qabats); a double heap; Kibtsajim, a place in Palestine:--Kibzaim.

(6912) qabar [kaw-bar']

a primitive root; to inter:--X in any wise, bury(-ier).

(6913) qeber, [keh'-ber]

or (feminine) qibrah {kib-raw'}; from 'qabar' (qabar); a sepulchre:--burying place, grave, sepulchre.

(6914) Qibrowth hat-Ta'a-vah [kib-roth' hat-tah-av-aw']

from the feminine plural of 'qeber,' (qeber,) and 'ta'avah' (ta'avah) with the article interposed; graves of the longing; Kibroth-hat-Taavh, a place in the Desert:--Kibroth-hattaavah.

(6915) qadad [kaw-dad']

a primitive root; to shrivel up, i.e. contract or bend the body (or neck) in deference:--bow (down) (the) head, stoop.

(6916) qiddah [kid-daw']

from 'qadad' (qadad); cassia bark (as in shrivelled rolls):--cassia.

(6917) qaduwm [kaw-doom']

passive participle of 'qadam' (qadam); a pristine hero:--ancient.

(6918) qadowsh [kaw-doshe']

or qadosh {kaw-doshe'}; from 'qadash' (qadash); sacred (ceremonially or morally); (as noun) God (by eminence), an angel, a saint, a sanctuary:--holy (One), saint.

(6919) qadach [kaw-dakh']

a primitive root to inflame:--burn, kindle.

(6920) qaddachath [kad-dakh'-ath]

from 'qadach' (qadach); inflammation, i.e. febrile disease:--burning ague, fever.

(6921) qadiym [kaw-deem']

or qadim {kaw-deem'}; from 'qadam' (qadam); the fore or front part; hence (by orientation) the East (often adverbially, eastward, for brevity the east wind):--east(-ward, wind).

(6922) qaddiysh [kad-deesh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'qadowsh' (qadowsh). --holy (One), saint.

(6923) qadam [kaw-dam']

a primitive root; to project (one self), i.e. precede; hence, to anticipate, hasten, meet (usually for help):--come (go, (flee)) before, + disappoint, meet, prevent.

(6924) qedem [keh'-dem]

or qedmah {kayd'-maw}; from 'qadam' (qadam); the front, of place (absolutely, the fore part, relatively the East) or time (antiquity); often used adverbially (before, anciently, eastward):--aforetime, ancient (time), before, east (end, part, side, -ward), eternal, X ever(-lasting), forward, old, past. Compare 'qidmah' (qidmah).

(6925) qodam [kod-awm']

(Aramaic) or qdam (Aramaic) (Daniel ''abad' ('abad):l3) {ked-awm'}; corresponding to 'qedem' (qedem); before:--before, X from, X I (thought), X me, + of, X it pleased, presence.

(6926) qidmah [kid-maw']

feminine of 'qedem' (qedem); the forward part (or relatively) East (often adverbially, on the east or in front):--east(-ward).

(6927) qadmah [kad-maw']

from 'qadam' (qadam); priority (in time); also used adverbially (before):--afore, antiquity, former (old) estate.

(6928) qadmah [kad-maw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'qadmah' (qadmah); former time:-- afore(-time), ago.

(6929) Qedmah [kayd'-maw]

from 'qadam' (qadam); precedence; Kedemah, a son of Ishmael:--Kedemah.

(6930) qadmown [kad-mone']

from 'qadam' (qadam); eastern:--east.

(6931) qadmowniy [kad-mo-nee']

or qadmoniy {kad-mo-nee'}; from 'qadmown' (qadmown); (of time) anterior or (of place) oriental:--ancient, they that went before, east, (thing of) old.

(6932) Qdemowth [ked-ay-mothe']

from 'qadam' (qadam); beginnings; Kedemoth, a place in eastern Palestine:--Kedemoth.

(6933) qadmay [kad-mah'-ee]

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'qadam' (qadam); first:--first.

(6934) Qadmiy'el [kad-mee-ale']

from 'qedem' (qedem) and ''el' ('el); presence of God; Kadmiel, the name of three Israelites:--Kadmiel.

(6935) Qadmoniy [kad-mo-nee']

the same as 'qadmowniy' (qadmowniy); ancient, i.e. aboriginal; Kadmonite (collectively), the name of a tribe in Palestine:-- Kadmonites.

(6936) qodqod [kod-kode']

from 'qadad' (qadad); the crown of the head (as the part most bowed):--crown (of the head), pate, scalp, top of the head.

(6937) qadar [kaw-dar']

a primitive root; to be ashy, i.e. dark-colored; by implication, to mourn (in sackcloth or sordid garments):--be black(-ish), be (make) dark(-en), X heavily, (cause to) mourn.

(6938) Qedar [kay-dawr']

from 'qadar' (qadar); dusky (of the skin or the tent); Kedar, a son of Ishmael; also (collectively) Bedouin (as his descendants or representatives):--Kedar.

(6939) Qidrown [kid-rone']

from 'qadar' (qadar); dusky place; Kidron, a brook near Jerusalem:--Kidron.

(6940) qadruwth [kad-rooth']

from 'qadar' (qadar); duskiness:--blackness.

(6941) qdoranniyth [ked-o-ran-neeth']

adverb from 'qadar' (qadar); blackish ones (i.e. in sackcloth); used adverbially, in mourning weeds:--mournfully.

(6942) qadash [kaw-dash']

a primitive root; to be (causatively, make, pronounce or observe as) clean (ceremonially or morally):--appoint, bid, consecrate, dedicate, defile, hallow, (be, keep) holy(-er, place), keep, prepare, proclaim, purify, sanctify(-ied one, self), X wholly.

(6943) Qedesh [keh'-desh]

from 'qadash' (qadash); a sanctum; Kedesh, the name of four places in Palestine:--Kedesh.

(6944) qodesh [ko'-desh]

from 'qadash' (qadash); a sacred place or thing; rarely abstract, sanctity:--consecrated (thing), dedicated (thing), hallowed (thing), holiness, (X most) holy (X day, portion, thing), saint, sanctuary.

(6945) qadesh [kaw-dashe']

from 'qadash' (qadash); a (quasi) sacred person, i.e. (technically) a (male) devotee (by prostitution) to licentious idolatry:-- sodomite, unclean.

(6946) Qadesh [kaw-dashe']

the same as 'qadesh' (qadesh); sanctuary; Kadesh, a place in the Desert:--Kadesh. Compare 'Qadesh Barnea`' (Qadesh Barnea`).

(6947) Qadesh Barnea` [kaw-dashe' bar-nay'-ah]

from the same as 'Qadesh' (Qadesh) and an otherwise unused word (apparently compounded of a correspondent to 'bar' (bar) and a derivative of 'nuwa`' (nuwa`)) meaning desert of a fugitive; Kadesh of (the) Wilderness of Wandering; Kadesh-Barnea, a place in the Desert:--Kadesh-barnea.

(6948) qdeshah [ked-ay-shaw']

feminine of 'qadesh' (qadesh); a female devotee (i.e. prostitute):--harlot, whore.

(6949) qahah [kaw-haw']

a primitive root; to be dull:--be set on edge, be blunt.

(6950) qahal ['kaw-hal']

a primitive root; to convoke:--assemble (selves) (together), gather (selves) (together).

(6951) qahal [kaw-hawl']

from 'qahal' (qahal); assemblage (usually concretely):--assembly, company, congregation, multitude.

(6952) qhillah [keh-hil-law']

from 'qahal' (qahal); an assemblage:--assembly, congregation.

(6953) qoheleth [ko-heh'-leth]

feminine of active participle from 'qahal' (qahal); a (female) assembler (i.e. lecturer): abstractly, preaching (used as a "nom de plume", Koheleth):--preacher.

(6954) Qhelathah [keh-hay-law'-thaw]

from 'qahal' (qahal); convocation; Kehelathah, a place in the Desert:--Kehelathah.

(6955) Qhath [keh-hawth']

from an unused root meaning to ally oneself; allied; Kehath, an Israelite:--Kohath.

(6956) Qohathiy [ko-haw-thee']

patronymically from 'Qhath' (Qhath); a Kohathite (collectively) or descendants of Kehath:--Kohathites.

(6957) qav [kav]

or qav {kawv}; from 'qavah' (qavah) (compare 'qaveh' (qaveh)); a cord (as connecting), especially for measuring; figuratively, a rule; also a rim, a musical string or accord:--line. Compare 'qav-qav' (qav-qav).

(6958) qow' [ko]

or qayah (Jer. 25:27) {kaw-yaw'}; a primitive root; to vomit:--spue (out), vomit (out, up, up again).

(6959) qowba` [ko'-bah or ko-bah']

a form collateral to 'kowba`' (kowba`); a helmet:--helmet.

(6960) qavah [kaw-vaw']

a primitive root; to bind together (perhaps by twisting), i.e. collect; (figuratively) to expect:--gather (together), look, patiently, tarry, wait (for, on, upon).

(6961) qaveh [kaw-veh']

from 'qavah' (qavah); a (measuring) cord (as if for binding):--line.

(6962) quwt [koot]

a primitive root; properly, to cut off, i.e. (figuratively) detest:--begrieved, loathe self.

(6963) qowl [kole]

or qol {kole}; from an unused root meaning to call aloud; a voice or sound:--+ aloud, bleating, crackling, cry (+ out), fame, lightness, lowing, noise, + hold peace, (pro-)claim, proclamation, + sing, sound, + spark, thunder(-ing), voice, + yell.

(6964) Qowlayah [ko-law-yaw']

from 'qowl' (qowl) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); voice of Jah; Kolajah, the name of two Israelites:--Kolaiah.

(6965) quwm [koom]

a primitive root; to rise (in various applications, literal, figurative, intensive and causative):--abide, accomplish, X be clearer, confirm, continue, decree, X be dim, endure, X enemy, enjoin, get up, make good, help, hold, (help to) lift up (again), make, X but newly, ordain, perform, pitch, raise (up), rear (up), remain, (a-)rise (up) (again, against), rouse up, set (up), (e-)stablish, (make to) stand (up), stir up, strengthen, succeed, (as-, make) sure(-ly), (be) up(-hold, - rising).

(6966) quwm [koom]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'quwm' (quwm):--appoint, establish, make, raise up self, (a-)rise (up), (make to) stand, set (up).

(6967) qowmah [ko-maw']

from 'quwm' (quwm); height:--X along, height, high, stature, tall.

(6968) qowmmiyuwth [ko-mem-ee-yooth']

from 'quwm' (quwm); elevation, i.e. (adverbially) erectly (figuratively): upright.

(6969) quwn [koon]

a primitive root; to strike a musical note, i.e. chant or wail (at a funeral):--lament, mourning woman.

(6970) Qowa` [ko'-ah]

probably from 'quwts' (quwts) in the original sense of cutting off; curtailment; Koa, a region of Bab.:--Koa.

(6971) qowph [kofe]

or qoph {kofe}; probably of foreign origin; a monkey:--ape.

(6972) quwts [koots]

a primitive root; to clip off; used only as denominative from 'qayits' (qayits); to spend the harvest season:--summer.

(6973) quwts [koots]

a primitive root (identical with 'quwts' (quwts) through the idea of severing oneself from (compare 'quwt' (quwt))); to be (causatively, make) disgusted or anxious:--abhor, be distressed, be grieved, loathe, vex, be weary.

(6974) quwts [koots]

a primitive root (identical with 'quwts' (quwts) through the idea of abruptness in starting up from sleep (compare 'yaqats' (yaqats))); to awake (literally or figuratively):--arise, (be) (a-)wake, watch.

(6975) qowts [kotse]

or qots {kotse}; from 'quwts' (quwts) (in the sense of pricking); a thorn:--thorn.

(6976) Qowts [kotse]

the same as 'qowts' (qowts); Kots, the name of two Israelites:--Koz, Hakkoz (including the article).

(6977) qvutstsah [kev-oots-tsaw']

feminine passive participle of 'quwts' (quwts) in its original sense; a forelock (as shorn):--lock.

(6978) qav-qav [kav-kav']

from 'qav' (qav) (in the sense of a fastening); stalwart:--X meted out.

(6979) quwr [koor]

a primitive root; to trench; by implication, to throw forth; also (denominative from 'qiyr' (qiyr)) to wall up, whether literal (to build a wall) or figurative (to estop):--break down, cast out, destroy, dig.

(6980) quwr [koor]

from 'quwr' (quwr); (only plural) trenches, i.e. a web (as if so formed):--web.

(6981) Qowre' [ko-ray']

or Qore7 (1 Chronicles 26:1) {ko-ray'}; active participle of 'qara'' (qara'); crier; Kore, the name of two Israelites:--Kore.

(6982) qowrah [ko-raw']

or qorah {ko-raw'}; from 'quwr' (quwr); a rafter (forming trenches as it were); by implication, a roof:--beam, roof.

(6983) qowsh [koshe]

a primitive root; to bend; used only as denominative for 'yaqosh' (yaqosh), to set a trap:--lay a snare.

(6984) quwshayahuw [koo-shaw-yaw'-hoo]

from the passive participle of 'qowsh' (qowsh) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); entrapped of Jah; Kushajah, an Israelite:--Kushaiah.

(6985) qat [kat]

from 'qatat' (qatat) in the sense of abbreviation; a little, i.e. (adverbially) merely:--very.

(6986) qeteb [keh'-teb]

from an unused root meaning to cut off; ruin:--destroying, destruction.

(6987) qoteb [ko'-teb]

from the same as 'qeteb' (qeteb); extermination:--destruction.

(6988) qtowrah [ket-o-raw']

from 'qatar' (qatar); perfume:--incense.

(6989) Qtuwrah [ket-oo-raw']

feminine passive participle of 'qatar' (qatar); perfumed; Keturah, a wife of Abraham:--Keturah.

(6990) qatat [kaw-tat']

a primitive root; to clip off, i.e. (figuratively) destroy:--be cut off.

(6991) qatal [kaw-tal']

a primitive root; properly, to cut off, i.e. (figuratively) put to death:--kill, slay.

(6992) qtal [ket-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'qatal' (qatal); to kill:--slay.