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Strong's 1001 to 1500

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


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בַּיִת ba-yit House 1004 The structure or the family, as a household that resides within the house. A housing. Within. AHLB

בכה ba-khah Weep (verb) 1058 To express deep sorrow, especially by shedding tears. AHLB

בְּכוֹר be-khor Firstborn 1060 The firstborn offspring, usually a son, of a man or animal. The prominent one. AHLB

בְּכִי be-khee Weeping 1065 The act of expressing sorrow by shedding tears. AHLB

בלל ba-lal Mix (verb) 1101 To combine in one mass; to mingle together. AHLB

בלע ba-la Swallow (verb) 1104 To pass through the mouth and move into the esophagus to the stomach. AHLB

בִּלְתִּי beel-tee Except 1115 With the exclusion of from the whole. The whole with the exception of one or more. AHLB

בָּמָה ba-mah Platform 1116 A place higher than the surrounding area. AHLB

בֵּן beyn Son 1121 A male offspring. This can be the son of the father or a later male descendant. One who continues the family line. AHLB

בנה ba-nah Build (verb) 1129 To construct a building or home with wood, stone or other material or a family with sons. AHLB

בַּעַל ba-al Master 1167 Having chief authority; a workman qualified to teach apprentices. AHLB

בער ba-ar Burn (verb) 1197 To undergo rapid combustion or consume fuel in such a way as to give off heat, gases, and, usually, light; be on fire. AHLB

בצר ba-tsar Fence In (verb) 1219 A barrier intended to protect, prevent escape or intrusion, or to mark a boundary; to gather together and confine for protection. AHLB

בקע ba-qa Cleave (verb) 1234 To divide by or as if by a cutting blow; to separate into distinct parts; to break, cut or divide something in half. AHLB

בָּקָר ba-qar Cattle 1241 Domesticated bovine animals. Strong beasts used to break the soil with plows. AHLB

בֹּקֶר bo-qer Morning 1242 The time from sunrise to noon. Breaking of daylight. AHLB

בקש ba-qash Search Out (verb) 1245 To intently look for someone or something until the object of the search is found. AHLB

ברא ba-ra Fatten (verb) 1254 To make more substantial, fleshy or plump; to fill up. The filling of the earth in Genesis 1 with the sun, moon, plants and animals. The filling of man with breath and the image of God. AHLB

בָּרָד ba-rad Hailstones 1259 A precipitation in the form of irregular pellets or balls of ice. AHLB

בַּרְזֶל bar-zel Iron 1270 A heavy element frequently used in the making of weapons and tools. The most used of metals. AHLB

ברח ba-rahh Flee Away (verb) 1272 To run away from. AHLB

בְּרִיחַ be-ree-ahh Wood Bar 1280 Round wooden dowels. AHLB

בְּרִית be-reet Covenant 1285 A solemn and binding agreement between two or more parties especially for the performance of some action. Often instituted through a sacrifice. AHLB

ברך ba-rakh Kneel (verb) 1288 To bend the knee, to kneel in homage or to drink water. The piel (intensive) form means "respect," in the sense of kneeling before another. AHLB

בְּרָכָה be-ra-khah Present 1293 A gift given to another in respect as if on bended knee. Also, a pool of water as a place where one kneels down to drink from. AHLB

בשׁל ba-shal Boil (verb) 1310 To generate bubbles of vapor when heated; to cook a meat in water. The hiphil (causative) form means "ripen." AHLB

בֹּשֶׂם bo-sem Sweet Spice 1314 An aromatic spice that is pleasing to the nose. AHLB

בָּשָׂר ba-sar Flesh 1320 The soft parts of a human or animal, composed primarily of skeletal muscle. Skin and muscle or the whole of the person. Meat as food. AHLB

בֹּשֶת bo-shet Shame 1322 A state of confusion in the sense of being dried up. AHLB

בַּת bat Daughter 1323 A female having the relation of a child to parent. A village that resides outside of the city walls; as "the daughter of the city." AHLB

בְּתוּלָה be-tu-lah Virgin 1330 An unmarried young woman who is absolutely chaste. AHLB

גָּאוֹן ga-on Majesty 1347 Elevated to a higher position. Supreme greatness or authority. AHLB

גאל ga-al Redeem (verb) 1350 To buy back. Restore one to his original position or avenge his death. In the participle form this verb means "avenger," as it is the role of the nearest relative to buy back one in slavery or avenge his murder. AHLB

גבה ga-vah Lift High (verb) 1361 To lift up to a greater elevation or stature. AHLB

גָּבוֹהַ ga-vo-ah High 1364 Advanced in height such as a wall or hill. AHLB

גְּבוּל ge-vul Border 1366 The outer edge of a region. Also the area within the borders. AHLB

גִּבּוֹר gee-bor Courageous 1368 Having or characterized by mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear or difficulty. AHLB

גְּבוּרָה ge-vo-rah Bravery 1369 An act of defending one's property, convictions or beliefs. Control through physical strength. AHLB

גִּבְעָה geev-ah Knoll 1389 A small round hill. AHLB

גֶּבֶר ge-ver Warrior 1397 One of great strength in battle, such as a warrior. One who is strong in authority, such as a master. AHLB

גָּג gag Roof 1406 The covering of a dwelling place. AHLB

גְּדוּד ge-dud Band 1416 A gathering of men for attacking or raiding. AHLB

גָּדוֹל ga-dol Great 1419 Something with increased size, power or authority. AHLB

גדל ga-dal Magnify (verb) 1431 To increase in size or one's position of honor. AHLB

גּוֹי goy Nation 1471 A community of people of one or more nationalities and having a more or less defined territory and government. The people as the back, or body of the nation. AHLB

גּוֹלָה go-lah Rising 1473 A rising of smoke from a burnt offering. Captivity in the sense of placing a yoke on the captives. AHLB

גור gur Sojourn (verb) 1481 To stay as a temporary resident. Travel in a strange land. Also, the extended meaning of "to be afraid" of a stranger. AHLB

גּוֹרָל go-ral Lot 1486 Colored stones that are thrown and read to determine a course of action or to make a decision. AHLB

גזל ga-zal Pluck Away (verb) 1497 To take off something or someone by force through picking off, robbing or plundering. AHLB