AHLB - Dalet
( דב ) Action: Rest, Whisper, Grieve, Slow Abstract: Sorrow Definition: The door of the tent was the place of relaxation for the father. Here he would watch his family, livestock and the road for approaching visitors (see Genesis 18:1). Relationships: This root is related to the root בד (a reversal of the letters). Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of the tent door. The is a representation of a tent. Combined these mean "the door of the tent".
( דג ) Action: Dart, Amplify, Fish Object: Fish, Fisherman Abstract: Anxiety Definition: The darting around of fish. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of the tent door which is a curtain hung over the entrance of the tent. To gain entrance to the tent or to leave, the curtain moved back and forth. Also, the door is used for moving back and forth from the tent to the outside. The is a representation of a foot. The combined meaning of these two letters is "the back and forth moving of the foot (or tail)". The tail of a fish moves back and forth to propel itself through the water.
( דד ) Action: Move, Boil Object: Breasts, Pot Abstract: Passion Definition: The part of the female body invoking heat of passion and love. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of the tent door which hangs down from the top of the tent entrance. The use of this letter twice indicates "two danglers" representing a woman's breasts.
( masc., דד ) Translation: TEAT Definition: The protuberance on the udder in female mammals, through which the milk ducts discharge. Edenics: udder; dad - as beloved; teat - a double exchange for a t and d KJV Translations: breast, teat Strong's Hebrew #: h.1717
( דה ) Action: Attack, Dive Object: Bird of prey Definition: Birds of prey fly around in a circle in search of their prey and dive down on it when seen. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of the tent door with the extended meaning of moving back and forth. The represents one who is looking and pointing at a great sight. Combined these mean "a back and forth looking".
( דו ) Action: Sick, Ill Object: Disease Abstract: Weak
( דח ) Action: Push, Throw down Object: Ruin, Clean Abstract: Worthless Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a door representing the idea of moving back and forth. The is a picture of a wall. Combined these pictures mean "the back and forth movement of a wall" (see Ps 62:3).
( די ) Action: Saturate Object: Ink Abstract: Sufficient Definition: Something that is completely filled.
( masc., די / dai ) Translation: SUFFICIENT Definition: An amount that is not lacking. What is enough. KJV Translations: enough, sufficient Strong's Hebrew #: h.1767
( דך ) Action: Crush, Break, Trample, Beat Object: Mortar, Powder, Bruise, Siege words Definition: Seeds are placed in a stone mortar, a stone cup, the stone pestle is moved around the cup to crush the seeds into a powder. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a door representing the idea of moving back and forth. The is a picture of the palm of the hand representing a bowl from its shape. Combined these pictures mean "the moving back and forth in a cup".
( masc., דך ) Translation: CRUSH KJV Translations: oppressed, afflicted Strong's Hebrew #: h.1790
( דל ) Action: Back and Forth, Hang, Lift, Leap Object: Door Abstract: Poor Definition: The tent door was hung down as a curtain, covering the entrance to the tent, from a horizontal pole. The door was then moved to the side for going in and out of the tent. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a door. The is a picture of staff and represents any rod. Combined these pictures mean "the door on the rod".
( masc., דל / dal ) Translation: WEAK Definition: One who dangles the head in poverty or hunger. Relationship to Root: Any object that dangles such as a bucket that is hung from a rope down a well to retrieve water. The hair hangs from the head. A poor or weak person hangs the head in poverty. KJV Translations: poor, needy, weak, lean Strong's Hebrew #: h.1800
( common, חדל / hh.d.l ) Translation: TERMINATE (V) Definition: To stop or refrain from continuing an action. KJV Translations: cease, forbear, leave, alone, end, fail, forborn, forsake, rest, unoccupied, want Strong's Hebrew #: h.2308
( דם ) Action: Dumb, Silent, Sleep, Weep Object: Blood, Red, Pieces, Tear Abstract: Likeness, Compare Definition: Similarly, the grape plant takes water from the ground and moves it to the fruit where the water becomes the blood of the grape. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a door representing the idea of moving back and forth. The is a picture of water and can represent any liquid especially blood. Combined these pictures mean "the moving back and forth of water" or the "flowing of blood".
( masc., דם / dam ) Translation: BLOOD Definition: The red fluid that circulates through the body. Relationship to Root: The blood of man is also water, which moves through the body. When the blood is shed, the man or animal becomes silent. A son from the blood of his father resembles his father. Alternate Translations: bloodshed (when in the plural form) KJV Translations: blood, bloody, bloodguilt Strong's Hebrew #: h.1818
( common, דמם / d.m.m ) Translation: BE.SILENT Definition: To come to a standstill in speech or deed. To be quiet; refrain from speech or action. KJV Translations: silence, still, silent, cut off, cut down, rest, cease, forbear, peace, quieted, tarry, wait Strong's Hebrew #: h.1826
( דן ) Action: Rule, Lord, Judge Object: Ruler, Base Abstract: Plea, Quarrel Definition: The ancient Hebrew concept of a "judge" is one who restores life. The goal of one that rules or judges is to bring a pleasant and righteous life to the people. This can also mean a deliverer as one whom restores life to his people. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a door. The is a picture of a seed representing the idea of life. Combined these pictures mean "the door of life".
( masc., דן / dan ) Translation: MODERATOR Definition: A judge. One who presides over a dispute. Relationship to Root: A quarrel requiring the need of a ruler or judge to mediate the incident. Edenics: damn - with an added m; dean - as a judge KJV Translations: n/a Strong's Hebrew #: [Found in names only]
( דס ) Object: Myrtle
( דע ) Action: See, know Object: Eye Abstract: Knowledge, why Definition: The eye is the window into the man's very being. Experience is gained through visual observation. Knowledge is achieved through these experiences. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a door. The is a picture of the eye. Through the eyes one experiences his world and learns from it. Combined these pictures mean "the door of the eye".
( masc., דע ) Translation: OPINION Definition: To possess an intimate knowledge. An intimacy with a person, idea or concept. KJV Translations: opinion, knowledge Strong's Hebrew #: h.1843
( common, ידע / y.d.ah ) Translation: KNOW (V) Definition: To have an intimate and personal understanding; to have an intimate relationship with another person, usually sexual. Alternate Translations: reveal self (when written in the hitpa'el [reflexive] form) KJV Translations: know, known, knowledge, perceive, shew, tell, wist, understand, certainly, acknowledge, acquaintance, consider, declare, teach Strong's Hebrew #: h.3045 Strong's Aramaic #: a.3046
( דף ) Action: Push, Thrust Abstract: Slander
( דץ ) Action: Leap
( דק ) Object: Curtain
( דר ) Action: Dwell, Swell, Wide, Gallop, Enclose, Order Object: Circle, Robe, Dwelling, Row, Wall, Word Abstract: Honor, Idea, Order Definition: A generation is one revolution of the family line. The Hebraic understanding of order is the continual cyclical process of life and death or renewal and destruction. This root can also have the meanings of circling around of something in a wide area or to cover a large area. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a door representing a moving back and forth. The is the head of a man. Combined these mean "the back and forth movement of man".
( masc., דר ) Translation: WHITE.PEARL Definition: [To be verified] From its circular shape. Relationship to Root: A circling around as the flight of a bird or a dance. KJV Translations: white Strong's Hebrew #: h.1858
( masc., אדיר / a-dir ) Translation: EMINENT Definition: What exerts power and status. Someone or something that is wide in authority or majesty. Edenics: adore - as honor KJV Translations: noble, excellent, mighty, principle, famous, gallant, glorious, goodly, lordly, worthies Strong's Hebrew #: h.0117, h.0155
( masc., הדר ) Translation: HONOR Definition: Someone or something that has been enlarged in size, pride or majesty. KJV Translations: honour, majesty, glory, beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, goodly Strong's Hebrew #: h.1925, h.1926 Strong's Aramaic #: a.1923
( masc., גדר ) ( fem., גדרה ) Translation: ENCLOSURE Definition: Something that encloses, as a fence or wall. KJV Translations: hedge, fold, wall, sheepfold, sheepcote, fence Strong's Hebrew #: h.1444, h.1447, h.1448
( common, ערך / ah.r.k ) Translation: ARRANGE (V) Definition: To set something in order or into a correct or suitable configuration, sequence or adjustment. KJV Translations: array, order, prepare, expert, value, compare, direct, equal, estimate, furnish, ordain Strong's Hebrew #: h.6186
( דש ) Action: Thresh, Sprout Object: Grass Definition: The grains were placed on the threshing floor where they were trampled on and beaten in order to separate the hulls from the grain. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a door representing the idea of moving back and forth. The is a picture of teeth meaning to press. Combined these pictures mean "the back and forth movement of pressure".
( דת ) Abstract: Law Definition: When two parties agree to follow the laws of a covenant, a mark is given as a sign of continued allegiance. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a door meaning enter or entrance. The is a mark. Combined these pictures mean "entering with a mark".
( fem., דת ) Translation: LAW Definition: A decree or edict. KJV Translations: law Strong's Hebrew #: h.1881 Strong's Aramaic #: a.1882