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Strong's 0501 to 1000

Ancient Hebrew Dictionary - Indexed by Strong's Number
(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner

0001-0500 0501-1000 1001-1500 1501-2000 2001-2500 2501-3000
3001-3500 3501-4000 4001-4500 4501-5000 5001-5500 5501-6000
6001-6500 6501-7000 7001-7500 7501-8000 8001-8500 8501-9000


אֶלֶף e-leph Thousand 505 Ten times one hundred in amount or number. AHLB

אֵם eym Mother 517 A female parent. Maternal tenderness or affection. One who fulfills the role of a mother. AHLB

אִם eem If 518 Allowing that; on condition that. A desire to bind two ideas together. AHLB

אָמָה a-mah Bondwoman 519 A female slave. One who is bound to another. AHLB

אַמָּה am-mah Forearm 520 A linear standard of measure equal to the length of the forearm. AHLB

אֱמוּנָה e-mu-nah Firmness 530 Securely fixed in place. AHLB

אמן a-man Secure (verb) 539 Solidly fixed in place; to stand firm in the sense of a support. Not subject to change or revision. The hiphil (causative) form means "support." AHLB

אָמֵן a-meyn So Be It 543 An affirmation of firmness and support. AHLB

אמץ a-mats Be Strong (verb) 553 To be mentally astute, firm, obstinate or courageous. Having or marked by great physical, moral or intellectual power. AHLB

אמר a-mar Say (verb) 559 To speak chains of words that form sentences. AHLB

אֵמֶר ey-mer Statement 561 A single declaration or remark. AHLB

אִמְרָה eem-rah Speech 565 The chain of words when speaking. AHLB

אֱמֶת e-met Truth 571 The state of being the case. Fact. What is firm. Accurately so. AHLB

אֱנוֹשׁ e-nosh Person 582 An individual, a man. AHLB

אֲנִי a-nee I 589 A person aware of possessing a personal identity in self-reference. AHLB

אָנֹכִי a-no-khee I 595 A person aware of possessing a personal identity in self-reference. AHLB

אסף a-saph Gather (verb) 622 To bring together; to accumulate and place in readiness. AHLB

אסר a-sar Tie Up (verb) 631 To wrap or fasten with a cord. AHLB

אַף aph Nose 639 The organ bearing the nostrils on the anterior of the face. The nostrils when used in the plural form. Also meaning anger from the flaring of the nostrils and the redness of the nose when angry. AHLB

אֵפוֹד ey-phod Ephod 646 An apron-like vestment having two shoulder straps and ornamental attachments for securing the breastplate, worn with a waistband by the high priest. AHLB

אֶפֶס e-phes End 657 The concluding part of an area or extremity. Also used for the conclusion of a thought; finally, however, but. AHLB

אֶצְבַּע ets-ba Finger 676 The extension of the hand. Can be used to point. AHLB

אֵצֶל ey-tsel Beside 681 Being next to something. AHLB

ארב a-rav Ambush (verb) 693 To lay in wait of another to capture or do harm or injury. AHLB

אַרְבַּע ar-ba Four 702 A cardinal number. AHLB

אַרְבָּעִים ar-ba-eem Fourty 705 A cardinal number. (The plural form of ar-ba, Strong's #702) AHLB

אַרְגָּמָן ar-ga-man Purple 713 A reddish-blue color used to dye yarn and used in weaving. AHLB

אֲרוֹן a-ron Box 727 A rigid rectangular receptacle often with a cover. Any box-shaped object. AHLB

אֶרֶז e-rez Cedar 730 A coniferous tree from the cyprus family having wide, spreading branches. The wood or tree or something made it. AHLB

אֹרַח o-rahh Path 734 The road or route one travels. AHLB

אַרִי a-ree Lion 738 A large carnivorous chiefly nocturnal cat. A feared animal. AHLB

ארך a-rak Prolong (verb) 748 To lengthen or delay. AHLB

אֹרֶךְ o-rek Length 753 A measured distance or dimension. AHLB

אַרְמוֹן ar-mon Citadel 759 A large palace or fortress usually constructed in a high place. AHLB

אֶרֶץ e-rets Land 776 The solid part of the earth's surface. The whole of the earth or a region. AHLB

ארר a-rar Spit Upon (verb) 779 To eject saliva, usually on another in spite or disrespect. AHLB

אֵשׁ eysh Fire 784 The phenomenon of combustion manifested by heat, light and flame. AHLB

אִשֶּׁה ee-sheh Fire Offering 801 A sacrifice that is placed in a fire as an offering. AHLB

אִשָּׁה ee-shah Woman 802 An adult female person. As mortal. AHLB

אשׁם a-sham Be Guilty (verb) 816 To commit an offense, especially consciously. AHLB

אָשָׁם a-sham Guilt 817 The fact of having committed a breach of conduct especially violating law and involving a penalty; the state of one who has committed an offense, especially consciously. AHLB

אָשֶׁר a-sheyr Which 834 Or who, what or that. This word links the action of the sentence to the one doing the action. AHLB

אֶשֶׁר a-sheyr Happy 835 A feeling of joy or satisfaction. AHLB

אֲשֵׁרָה a-shey-rah Grove 842 An area of planted trees. Trees planted in a straight line. AHLB

אָתוֹן a-ton She Donkey 860 A female ass. AHLB

בְּאֵר be-eyr Well 875 A dug-out hole, usually a well or cistern. AHLB

בגד ba-gad Act Treacherously (verb) 898 To perform an action covertly or with the intent to deceive. AHLB

בֶּגֶד be-ged Garment 899 An article of clothing for covering. AHLB

בַּד bad Stick 905 A branch or staff as separated from the tree. Linen cloth, from its stiff and divided fibers. Often used in the idiom "to his / her own stick" meaning alone or self. AHLB

בדל ba-dal Separate (verb) 914 To set or keep apart. AHLB

בהל ba-hal Stir (verb) 926 To disturb the quiet of; agitate. AHLB

בְּהֵמָה be-hey-mah Beast 929 An animal as distinguished from man or a plant. A tall or large creature. AHLB

בוא bo Come (verb) 935 To move toward something; approach; enter. This can be understood as to come or to go. The hiphil (causative) form means "bring." AHLB

בּוֹר bor Cistern 953 An artificial reservoir for storing water. A hole or well as dug out. AHLB

בוש bush Be Ashamed (verb) 954 Feeling shame, guilt or disgrace; to be dried up with shame. AHLB

בזה ba-zah Disdain (verb) 959 A feeling of contempt for what is beneath one; to look with scorn on; to treat something as spoiled or no longer of value. AHLB

בזז ba-zaz Plunder (verb) 962 To commit robbery or looting. AHLB

בָּחוּר ba-hhur Youth 970 A young person as one chosen for an activity. AHLB

בחן ba-hhan Examine (verb) 974 To inspect closely; to test, try or scrutinize. AHLB

בחר ba-hhar Choose (verb) 977 To select freely and after consideration. AHLB

בטח ba-tahh Cling (verb) 982 To grab a hold of someone or something that is secure and safe. AHLB

בֶּטַח be-tahh Safely 983 A state or place of safety. AHLB

בֶּטֶן be-ten Womb 990 An organ where something is generated or grows before birth. AHLB

בין been Understand (verb) 995 To grasp the meaning of; to have comprehension. AHLB

בֵּין beyn Between 996 In the time, space or interval that separates. AHLB

בִּינָה bee-nah Understanding 998 A comprehension of the construction of a structure or thought. AHLB