Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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ת

(8372) — (8472)

(8372) ta' [taw]

and (feminine) ta ah (Ezek. 40:12) {taw-aw'}; from (the base of) 'ta'ah' (ta'ah); a room (as circumscribed):--(little) chamber.

(8373) ta'ab [taw-ab']

a primitive root; to desire:--long.

(8374) ta'ab [taw-ab']

a primitive root (probably identical with 'ta'ab' (ta'ab) through the idea of puffing disdainfully at; compare ''ayab' ('ayab)); to loathe (morally):--abhor.

(8375) ta'abah [tah-ab-aw']

from 'ta'ab' (ta'ab) (compare ''abeh' ('abeh)); desire:--longing.

(8376) ta'ah [taw-aw']

a primitive root; to mark off, i.e. (intensively) designate:--point out.

(8377) t'ow [teh-o']

and towt (the original form) {toh}; from 'ta'ah' (ta'ah); a species of antelope (probably from the white stripe on the cheek):--wild bull (ox).

(8378) ta'avah [tah-av-aw']

from ''avah' ('avah) (abbreviated); a longing; by implication, a delight (subjectively, satisfaction, objectively, a charm):--dainty, desire, X exceedingly, X greedily, lust(ing), pleasant. See also 'Qibrowth hat-Ta'a-vah' (Qibrowth hat-Ta'a-vah).

(8379) ta'avah [tah-av-aw']

from 'ta'ah' (ta'ah); a limit, i.e. full extent:--utmost bound.

(8380) ta'owm [taw-ome']

or taom {taw-ome'}; from 'ta'am' (ta'am); a twin (in plural only), literally or figuratively:--twins.

(8381) ta'alah [tah-al-aw']

from ''alah' ('alah); an imprecation:--curse.

(8382) ta'am [taw-am']

a primitive root; to be complete; but used only as denominative from 'ta'owm' (ta'owm), to be (causatively, make) twinned, i.e. (figuratively) duplicate or (arch.) jointed:--coupled (together), bear twins.

(8383) t'un [teh-oon']

from ''aven' ('aven); naughtiness, i.e. toil:--lie.

(8384) t'en [teh-ane']

or (in the singular, feminine) t:enah {teh-ay- naw'}; perhaps of foreign derivation; the fig (tree or fruit):--fig (tree).

(8385) ta'anah [tah-an-aw']

or tonanah {to-an-aw'}; from ''anah' ('anah); an opportunity or (subjectively) purpose:--occasion.

(8386) ta'aniyah [tah-an-ee-yaw']

from ''anah' ('anah); lamentation:--heaviness, mourning.

(8387) Ta'anath Shiloh [tah-an-ath' shee-lo']

from 'ta'anah' (ta'anah) and 'Shiyloh' (Shiyloh); approach of Shiloh; Taanath-Shiloh, a place in Palestine:--Taanath-shiloh.

(8388) ta'ar [taw-ar']

a primitive root; to delineate; reflex. to extend:--be drawn, mark out, (Rimmon-)methoar (by union with 'Rimmown' (Rimmown)).

(8389) to'ar [to'-ar]

from 'ta'ar' (ta'ar); outline, i.e. figure or appearance:--+ beautiful, X comely, countenance, + fair, X favoured, form, X goodly, X resemble, visage.

(8390) Ta'area` [tah-ar-ay'-ah]

perhaps from ''ara`' ('ara`); Taarea, an Israelite:--Tarea. See 'Tachrea`' (Tachrea`).

(8391) t'ashshuwr [teh-ash-shoor']

from ''ashar' ('ashar); a species of cedar (from its erectness):--box (tree).

(8392) tebah [tay-baw']

perhaps of foreign derivation; a box:--ark.

(8393) tbuw'ah [teb-oo-aw']

from 'bow'' (bow'); income, i.e. produce (literally or figuratively):--fruit, gain, increase, revenue.

(8394) tabuwn [taw-boon']

and (feminine) tbuwnah {teb-oo-naw'}; or towbunah {to-boo-naw'}; from 'biyn' (biyn); intelligence; by implication, an argument; by extension, caprice:--discretion, reason, skilfulness, understanding, wisdom.

(8395) tbuwcah [teb-oo-saw']

from 'buwc' (buwc); a treading down, i.e. ruin:--destruction.

(8396) Tabowr [taw-bore']

from a root corresponding to 'tbar' (tbar); broken region; Tabor, a mountain in Palestine, also a city adjacent:--Tabor.

(8397) tebel [teh'-bel]

apparently from 'balal' (balal); mixture, i.e. unnatural bestiality:--confusion.

(8398) tebel [tay-bale']

from 'yabal' (yabal); the earth (as moist and therefore inhabited); by extension, the globe; by implication, its inhabitants; specifically, a partic. land, as Babylonia, Palestine:--habitable part, world.

(8399) tabliyth [tab-leeth']

from 'balah' (balah); consumption:--destruction.

(8400) tballul [teb-al-lool']

from 'balal' (balal) in the original sense of flowing: a cataract (in the eye):--blemish.

(8401) teben [teh'-ben]

probably from 'banah' (banah); properly, material, i.e. (specifically) refuse haum or stalks of grain (as chopped in threshing and used for fodder):--chaff, straw, stubble.

(8402) Tibni [tib-nee']

from 'teben' (teben); strawy; Tibni, an Israelite:--Tibni.

(8403) tabniyth [tab-neeth']

from 'banah' (banah); structure; by implication, a model, resemblance:--figure, form, likeness, pattern, similitude.

(8404) Tab`erah [tab-ay-raw']

from 'ba`ar' (ba`ar); burning; Taberah, a place in the Desert:--Taberah.

(8405) Tebets [tay-bates']

from the same as 'buwts' (buwts); whiteness; Tebets, a place in Palestine:--Thebez.

(8406) tbar [teb-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shabar' (shabar); to be fragile (figuratively):--broken.

(8407) Tiglath Pil'ecer [tig-lath' pil-eh'-ser]

or Tiglath Plecer {tig- lath pel-eh-ser}; or Tilgath Pilnlecer {til-gath' pil-neh-eh'-ser} or Tilgath Pilnecer {til-gath' pil-neh'-ser}; of foreign derivation; Tiglath- Pileser or Tilgath-pilneser, an Assyr. king:--Tiglath-pileser, Tilgath- pilneser.

(8408) tagmuwl [tag-mool']

from 'gamal' (gamal); a bestowment:--benefit.

(8409) tigrah [tig-raw']

from 'garah' (garah); strife, i.e. infliction:--blow.

(8410) tidhar [tid-hawr']

apparently from 'dahar' (dahar); enduring; a species of hard-wood or lasting tree (perhaps oak):--pine (tree).

(8411) tdiyra' [ted-ee-raw']

(Aramaic) from 'duwr' (duwr) in the original sense of enduring; permanence, i.e. (adverb) constantly:--continually.

(8412) Tadmor [tad-more']

or Tammor (1 Kings 9:18) {tam-more'}; apparently from 'tamar' (tamar); palm-city; Tadmor, a place near Palestine:--Tadmor.

(8413) Tid`al [tid-awl']

perhaps from 'dchal' (dchal); fearfulness; Tidal, a Canaanite:--Tidal.

(8414) tohuw [to'-hoo]

from an unused root meaning to lie waste; a desolation (of surface), i.e. desert; figuratively, a worthless thing; adverbially, in vain:--confusion, empty place, without form, nothing, (thing of) nought, vain, vanity, waste, wilderness.

(8415) thowm [teh-home']

or thom {teh-home'}; (usually feminine) from 'huwm' (huwm); an abyss (as a surging mass of water), especially the deep (the main sea or the subterranean water-supply):--deep (place), depth.

(8416) thillah [teh-hil-law']

from 'halal' (halal); laudation; specifically (concretely) a hymn:--praise.

(8417) toholah [to-hol-aw']

feminine of an unused noun (apparently from 'halal' (halal)) meaning bluster; braggadocio, i.e. (by implication) fatuity:--folly.

(8418) tahalukah [tah-hal-oo-kaw']

from 'halak' (halak); a procession:--X went.

(8419) tahpukah [tah-poo-kaw']

from 'haphak' (haphak); a perversity or fraud:--(very) froward(-ness, thing), perverse thing.

(8420) tav [tawv]

from 'tavah' (tavah); a mark; by implication, a signature:--desire, mark.

(8421) tuwb [toob]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shuwb' (shuwb), to come back; specifically (transitive and ellip.) to reply:--answer, restore, return (an answer).

(8422) Tuwbal [too-bal']

or Tubal {too-bal'}; probably of foreign derivation; Tubal, a postdiluvian patriarch and his posterity:--Tubal.

(8423) Tuwbal Qayin [too-bal' kah'-yin]

apparently from 'yabal' (yabal) (compare 'ybuwl' (ybuwl)) and 'Qayin' (Qayin); offspring of Cain; Tubal-Kajin, an antidiluvian patriarch:--Tubal-cain.

(8424) tuwgah [too-gaw']

from 'yagah' (yagah); depression (of spirits); concretely a grief:--heaviness, sorrow.

(8425) Towgarmah [to-gar-maw']

or Togarmah {to-gar-maw'}; probably of foreign derivation; Togarmah, a son of Gomer and his posterity:--Togarmah.

(8426) towdah [to-daw']

from 'yadah' (yadah); properly, an extension of the hand, i.e. (by implication) avowal, or (usually) adoration; specifically, a choir of worshippers:--confession, (sacrifice of) praise, thanks(-giving, offering).

(8427) tavah [taw-vaw']

a primitive root; to mark out, i.e. (primitive) scratch or (definite) imprint:--scrabble, set (a mark).

(8428) tavah [taw-vaw']

a primitive root (or perhaps ident. with 'tavah' (tavah) through a similar idea from scraping to pieces); to grieve:--limit (by confusion with 'tavah' (tavah)).

(8429) tvahh [tev-ah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'tamahh' (tamahh) or perhaps to 'sha'ah' (sha'ah) through the idea of sweeping to ruin (compare 'tavah' (tavah)); to amaze, i.e. (reflex. by implication) take alarm:--be astonied.

(8430) Towach [to'-akh]

from an unused root meaning to depress; humble; Toach, an Israelite:--Toah.

(8431) towcheleth [to-kheh'-leth]

from 'yachal' (yachal); expectation:--hope.

(8432) tavek [taw'-vek]

from an unused root meaning to sever; a bisection, i.e. (by implication) the centre:--among(-st), X between, half, X (there- ,where-), in(-to), middle, mid(-night), midst (among), X out (of), X through, X with(-in).

(8433) towkechah [to-kay-khaw']

and towkachath {to-kakh'-ath}; from 'yakach' (yakach); chastisement; figuratively (by words) correction, refutation, proof (even in defence):--argument, X chastened, correction, reasoning, rebuke, reproof, X be (often) reproved.

(8434) Towlad [to-lawd']

from 'yalad' (yalad); posterity; Tolad, a place in Palestine:--Tolad. Compare ''Eltowlad' ('Eltowlad).

(8435) towldah [to-led-aw']

or toldah {to-led-aw'}; from 'yalad' (yalad); (plural only) descent, i.e. family; (figuratively) history:--birth, generations.

(8436) Tuwlon [too-lone']

from 'talal' (talal); suspension; Tulon, an Israelite:--Tilon (from the margin).

(8437) towlal [to-lawl']

from 'yalal' (yalal); causing to howl, i.e. an oppressor:--that wasted.

(8438) towla` [to-law']

and (feminine) towleoah {to-lay-aw'}; or towla ath {to-lah'-ath}; or tolaiath {to-lah'-ath}; from 'yala`' (yala`); a maggot (as voracious); specifically (often with ellipsis of 'shaniy' (shaniy)) the crimson-grub, but used only (in this connection) of the color from it, and cloths dyed therewith:--crimson, scarlet, worm.

(8439) Towla` [to-law']

the same as 'towla`' (towla`); worm; Tola, the name of two Israelites:--Tola.

(8440) Towla`iy [to-law-ee']

patronymically from 'Towla`' (Towla`); a Tolaite (collectively) or descendants of Tola:--Tolaites.

(8441) tow`ebah [to-ay-baw']

or tonebah {to-ay-baw'}; feminine active participle of 'ta`ab' (ta`ab); properly, something disgusting (morally), i.e. (as noun) an abhorrence; especially idolatry or (concretely) an idol:-- abominable (custom, thing), abomination.

(8442) tow`ah [to-aw']

feminine active participle of 'ta`ah' (ta`ah); mistake, i.e. (morally) impiety, or (political) injury:--error, hinder.

(8443) tow`aphah [to-aw-faw']

from 'ya`aph' (ya`aph); (only in plural collective) weariness, i.e. (by implication) toil (treasure so obtained) or speed:--plenty, strength.

(8444) towtsa'ah [to-tsaw-aw']

or totsaah {to-tsaw-aw'}; from 'yatsa'' (yatsa'); (only in plural collective) exit, i.e. (geographical) boundary, or (figuratively) deliverance, (actively) source:--border(-s), going(-s) forth (out), issues, outgoings.

(8445) Towqahath [to-kah'-ath]

from the same as 'yiqqahah' (yiqqahah); obedience; Tokahath, an Israelite:--Tikvath (by correction for 'Tiqvah' (Tiqvah)).

(8446) tuwr [toor]

a primitive root; to meander (causatively, guide) about, especially for trade or reconnoitring:--chap(-man), sent to descry, be excellent, merchant(-man), search (out), seek, (e-)spy (out).

(8447) towr [tore]

or tor {tore}; from 'tuwr' (tuwr); a succession, i.e. a string or (abstractly) order:--border, row, turn.

(8448) towr [tore]

probably the same as 'towr' (towr); a manner (as a sort of turn):--estate.

(8449) towr [tore]

or tor {tore}; probably the same as 'towr' (towr); a ring-dove, often (figuratively) as a term of endearment:--(turtle) dove.

(8450) towr [tore]

(Aramaic) corresponding (by permutation) to 'showr' (showr); a bull:--bullock, ox.

(8451) towrah [to-raw']

or torah {to-raw'}; from 'yarah' (yarah); a precept or statute, especially the Decalogue or Pentateuch:--law.

(8452) towrah [to-raw']

probably feminine of 'towr' (towr); a custom:--manner.

(8453) towshab [to-shawb']

or toshab (1 Kings 17:1) {to-shawb'}; from 'yashab' (yashab); a dweller (but not outlandish (5237)); especially (as distinguished from a native citizen (active participle of 'yashab' (yashab)) and a temporary inmate (1616) or mere lodger (3885)) resident alien:--foreigner, inhabitant, sojourner, stranger.

(8454) tuwshiyah [too-shee-yaw']

or tushiyah { too-shee-yaw'}; from an unused root probably meaning to substantiate; support or (by implication) ability, i.e. (direct) help, (in purpose) an undertaking, (intellectual) understanding:--enterprise, that which (thing as it) is, substance, (sound) wisdom, working.

(8455) towthach [to-thawkh']

from an unused root meaning to smite; a club:--darts.

(8456) tazaz [taw-zaz']

a primitive root; to lop off:--cut down.

(8457) taznuwth [taz-nooth']

or taznuth {taz-nooth'}; from 'zanah' (zanah); harlotry, i.e. (figuratively) idolatry:--fornication, whoredom.

(8458) tachbulah [takh-boo-law']

or tachbuwlah {takh-boo-law'}; from 'chabal' (chabal) as denominative from 'chebel' (chebel); (only in plural) properly, steerage (as a management of ropes), i.e. (figuratively) guidance or (by implication) a plan:--good advice, (wise) counsels.

(8459) Tochuw [to'-khoo]

from an unused root meaning to depress; abasement; Tochu, an Israelite:--Tohu.

(8460) tchowth [tekh-oth']

(Aramaic) or tchoth (Aramaic) {tekh-oth'}; corresponding to 'tachath' (tachath); beneath:--under.

(8461) Tachkmoniy [takh-kem-o-nee']

probably for 'Cahkmowniy' (Cahkmowniy); sagacious; Tachkemoni, an Israelite:--Tachmonite.

(8462) tchillah [tekh-il-law']

from 'chalal' (chalal) in the sense of opening; a commencement; rel. original (adverb, -ly):--begin(-ning), first (time).

(8463) tachaluw' [takh-al-oo']

or tachalui {takh-al-oo'}; from 'chala'' (chala'); a malady:--disease, X grievous, (that are) sick(-ness).

(8464) tachmac [takh-mawce']

from 'chamac' (chamac); a species of unclean bird (from its violence), perhaps an owl:--night hawk.

(8465) Tachan [takh'-an]

probably from 'chanah' (chanah); station; Tachan, the name of two Israelites:--Tahan.

(8466) tachanah [takh-an-aw']

from 'chanah' (chanah); (only plural collectively) an encampment:--camp.

(8467) tchinnah [tekh-in-naw']

from 'chanan' (chanan); graciousness; causatively, entreaty:--favour, grace, supplication.

(8468) Tchinnah [tekh-in-naw']

the same as 'tchinnah' (tchinnah); Techinnah, an Israelite:--Tehinnah.

(8469) tachanuwn [takh-an-oon']

or (feminine) tachanuwnah {takh-an-oo-naw'}; from 'chanan' (chanan); earnest prayer:--intreaty, supplication.

(8470) Tachaniy [takh-an-ee']

patronymically from 'Tachan' (Tachan); a Tachanite (collectively) or descendants of Tachan:--Tahanites.

(8471) Tachpanchec [takh-pan-khace']

or Tchaphnchec (Ezek. 30:18) {tekh- af-nekh-ace'}; or Tachpnec (Jeremiah 2:16) {takh-pen-ace'}; of Egyptian derivation; Tachpanches, Techaphneches or Tachpenes, a place in Egypt:--Tahapanes, Tahpanhes, Tehaphnehes.

(8472) Tachpneyc [takh-pen-ace']

of Egyptian derivation; Tachpenes, an Egyptian woman:--Tahpenes.