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Strong's 1501 to 2000

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


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גַּיְא gaee Valley 1516 An elongated depression between uplands, hills, or mountains. AHLB

גיל geel Dance Around (verb) 1523 To celebrate or rejoice by spinning or moving around in a circle. AHLB

גַּל gal Mound 1530 An artificial hill or bank of earth or stones. A pile of rocks or soil. A spring gushing out of the ground. AHLB

גלה ga-lah Remove The Cover (verb) 1540 To reveal something by exposing it. Usually to be exposed from the removal of clothing. AHLB

גִּלּוּלּ gee-lul Idol 1544 The image of a god made from wood or stone that is revered. AHLB

גַּם gam Also 1571 In addition to. The idea of a gathering of objects or ideas. AHLB

גמל ga-mal Yield (verb) 1580 To produce or be productive. AHLB

גָּמָל ga-mal Camel 1581 Either of two ruminant mammals used as draft animals in the desert. The produce of the fields were tied in large bundles and transported on camels. AHLB

גָּן gan Garden 1588 A plot of ground where crops are grown. A place for growing crops, and often surrounded by a rock wall or hedge to protect it from grazing animals. AHLB

גנב ga-nav Steal (verb) 1589 To wrongfully take the property of another; rob. AHLB

גֶּפֶן ge-phen Grapevine 1612 A woody vine that usually climbs by tendrils and produces fruits that are grapes. AHLB

גֵּר ger Stranger 1616 A foreigner; a person or thing unknown or with whom one is unacquainted. AHLB

גֹּרֶן go-ren Floor 1637 The level base of a room, barn or threshing floor. AHLB

גרשׁ ga-rash Cast Out (verb) 1644 To drive out, expel, thrust away. AHLB

גֶּשֶׁם ge-shem Rain Shower 1653 The rain of the skies. AHLB

דבק da-vaq Adhere (verb) 1692 To join or stick to someone or something. AHLB

דבר da-var Speak (verb) 1696 A careful arrangement of words or commands said orally. AHLB

דָּבָר da-var Word 1697 An arrangement of words, ideas or concepts to form sentences. A promise in the sense of being "ones word." An action in the sense of acting out an arrangement. A plague as an act. AHLB

דֶּבֶר de-ver Epidemic 1698 A wide spread disease effecting man or animal. A pestilence. AHLB

דְּבַשׁ de-vash Honey 1706 A sweet material elaborated out of the nectar of flowers in the honey sac of various bees. Also, dates as a thick, sticky and sweet food. AHLB

דָּגָן da-gan Cereal 1715 Relating to grain or plants that produce it. A plentiful crop. AHLB

דּוֹד dod Beloved 1730 One who is cherished by another. AHLB

דּוֹר dor Generation 1755 A body of living beings constituting a single step in the line of descent from an ancestor. AHLB

דַּי dai Sufficient 1767 An amount that is not lacking. What is enough. AHLB

דַּל dal Weak 1800 One who dangles the head in poverty or hunger. AHLB

דֶּלֶת de-let Door 1817 A means of access; usually a swinging or sliding barrier by which an entry is closed and opened. AHLB

דָּם dam Blood 1818 The red fluid that circulates through the body. AHLB

דמה da-mah Resemble / Silence (verb) 1819 To be like, similar or compared to something else. To become silent as one dead. AHLB

דָּמַם da-mam Be Silent 1826 To come to a standstill in speech or deed. To be quiet; refrain from speech or action. AHLB

דַּעַת da-at Discernment 1847 The quality of being able to grasp and comprehend what is obscure. An intimacy with a person, idea or concept. AHLB

דרך da-rakh Step Upon (verb) 1869 To take a step. A journey as a treading. The stringing of a bow is a treading as the foot is stepped over the bow and using the leg to bend it. AHLB

דֶּרֶךְ de-rek Road 1870 A route or path for traveled or walked. The path or manner of life. AHLB

דרשׁ da-rash Seek (verb) 1875 To look for or search for something or for answers. The niphal (passive) form means "require." AHLB

הֶבֶל he-vel Vanity 1892 The state of being empty of contents or usefulness. AHLB

הָדָר ha-dar Swell 1926 Someone or something that has been enlarged in size, pride or majesty. AHLB

הוּא hu He 1931a The male who is neither speaker nor hearer. AHLB

הוֹי hoi Ah 1945 An exclamation of surprise or pain. AHLB

היה ha-yah Exist (verb) 1961 To have real being whether material or spiritual; to have breath. AHLB

הֵיכָל hey-khal Palace 1964 The residence of a god (temple) or king (palace). AHLB

הלך ha-lakh Walk (verb) 1980 To move along on foot; walk a journey; to go. Also, customs as a lifestyle that is walked or lived. AHLB

הלל ha-lal Shine (verb) 1984 To emit rays of light. Shine brightly. To shine or cause another to shine through one's actions or words. The piel (intensive) form means "commend." AHLB

הֵם heym They(M) 1992 The plural of "he." AHLB

המה ha-mah Roar (verb) 1993 A loud noise as from the sea or a crowd. AHLB

הָמוֹן ha-mon Multitude 1995 A great number of people. A loud group. AHLB