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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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הפך hha-phak Overturn (verb) 2015 To turn something over or upside down, as if pouring out its contents. AHLB

הַר har Hill 2022 An elevation of land such as a hill or mountain. AHLB

הרג ha-rag Kill (verb) 2026 To deprive of life; to slaughter. AHLB

הרה a-rah Conceive (verb) 2029 To become pregnant with young. AHLB

הרס ha-ras Cast Down (verb) 2040 To ruin or break into pieces by throwing or pulling down. AHLB

וָו vav Peg 2053 A peg, nail or hook as used for attaching one thing to another. AHLB

זֹאת zot This 2063 A person, thing, or idea present or near in place, time, or thought or just mentioned. As prominent or pointed out. AHLB

זבח za-vahh Sacrifice (verb) 2076 An act of offering to deity something precious; to kill an animal for an offering. AHLB

זֶבַח ze-vahh Sacrifice 2077 An animal killed for an offering. AHLB

זֶה zeh This 2088 A person, thing, or idea present or near in place, time, or thought or just mentioned. As prominent or pointed out. AHLB

זָהָב za-hav Gold 2091 A malleable yellow metallic element that is used especially in coins, jewelry, and dentures. A precious metal. AHLB

זוב zuv Issue (verb) 2100 To flow out; to go, pass, or flow out; emerge. AHLB

זור zur Be Strange (verb) 2114 To be separated out from others; to be scattered abroad. AHLB

זַיִת za-yeet Olive 2132 The fruit or the tree. The fruit of the olive is used for food and as a source of oil. AHLB

זכר za-khar Remember (verb) 2142 To act or speak on behalf of another.To reenact a past event as a memorial. The hiphil (causative) form means "mention." AHLB

זָכָר za-khar Male 2145 Being the gender who begets offspring. One who acts and speaks for the family. AHLB

זִמָּה zee-mah Mischief 2154 An annoying action resulting in grief, harm or evil. AHLB

זמר za-mar Pluck (verb) 2167 To make music by plucking an instrument. To pick fruit. AHLB

זנה za-nah Be A Whore (verb) 2181 A woman who practices promiscuous sexual behavior, especially for hire. AHLB

זעק za-aq Yell Out (verb) 2199 To call out in a louder than normal voice; to declare; to cry out for help. AHLB

זקן za-qen Be Old (verb) 2204 To be of an advanced age. AHLB

זָקֵן za-qeyn Beard 2205 The hair that grows on a man's face. A long beard as a sign of old age and wisdom. An elder as a bearded one. AHLB

זרה za-rah Disperse (verb) 2219 To separate or remove to a distance apart from each other; to diffuse or cause to break into different parts. AHLB

זְרוֹעַ ze-ro-a Arm 2220 The human upper limb as representing power. AHLB

זרע za-ra Sow (verb) 2232 To spread seeds on the ground; to plant a crop. AHLB

זֶרַע ze-ra Seed 2233 The grains or ripened ovules of plants used for sowing. Scattered in the field to produce a crop. The singular word can be used for one or more. Also, the descendants of an individual, either male or female. AHLB

זרק za-raq Sprinkle (verb) 2236 To drip a liquid, usually water or blood. AHLB

חבא hha-va Withdraw (verb) 2244 To take back or withhold what is cherished; to turn away or move back. AHLB

חָבַל hha-val Take As A Pledge 2254 To receive an object in exchange for a promise. AHLB

חֶבֶל hhe-vel Region 2256 An area surrounded by a specific border. AHLB

חבר hha-var Couple (verb) 2266 To bind by joining or coupling together. AHLB

חבשׁ hha-bash Saddle (verb) 2280 A shaped mounted support on which an object can travel; to bind up with a saddle. AHLB

חַג hhag Feast 2282 A commemoration of a special event with dancing, rejoicing, and sharing of food. A ceremony of joy and thanksgiving. A festival with a magnificent meal which is shared with a number of guests. AHLB

חגר hha-gar Gird Up (verb) 2296 To bind the loose portions of clothing into a belt or sash to prepare to go to war; to be bound with arms for war. AHLB

חדל hha-dal Terminate (verb) 2308 To stop or refrain from continuing an action. AHLB

חֶדֶר hhe-der Chamber 2315 A bedroom; a natural or artificial enclosed space or cavity. Place surrounded by walls. An inner place as hidden or secret. AHLB

חָדָשׁ hha-dash New 2319 Something that is new, renewed, restored or repaired. AHLB

חֹדֶשׁ hho-desh New Moon 2320 The moon phase when the thin crescent first appears and is perceived as the renewal of the moon. The first day of the month. Also, a month as the interval between crescents. AHLB

חול hhul Twist (verb) 2342 A winding or wrapping together; entwined in pain or joy. AHLB

חוֹמָה hho-mah Rampart 2346 A fortified enclosure. AHLB

חוּץ hhuts Outside 2351 A place or region beyond an enclosure or barrier. AHLB

חזה hha-zah Perceive (verb) 2372 To be able to understand on a higher level; to see something that is not physically present. AHLB

חָזוֹן hha-zon Vision 2377 To see or perceive what is normally not visible. AHLB

חזק hha-zaq Seize (verb) 2388 To possess or take by force; grab hold tightly; to refrain or support by grabbing hold. AHLB

חָזָק hha-zaq Forceful 2389 A strong grip on something to refrain or support. Driven with force. Acting with power. AHLB

חטא hha-ta Err (verb) 2398 To miss the target, whether a literal target or a goal that is aimed for. The piel (intensive) form means "reconcile." AHLB

חֵטְא hha-ta Fault 2399 A lack, weakness or failing; a mistake; the responsibility for wrongdoing. Missing of the target. A faulty one is one who has missed the target. AHLB

חַטָּאָה hha-ta-a Error 2403 An act or condition of ignorant or imprudent deviation from a code of behavior. A missing of the target in the sense of making a mistake. The sacrifice, which by transference, becomes the sin. AHLB

חִטָּה hhee-tah Wheat 2406 A cereal grain that yields a fine white flour, the chief ingredient of bread. AHLB

חַי hhai Living 2416 The quality that distinguishes a vital and functional being from a dead body; life. Literally the stomach. Used idiomatically of living creatures, especially in conjunction with land, ground or field. AHLB

חיה hhay-yah Live (verb) 2421 To be alive and continue alive. Have life within. The revival of life gained from food or other necessity. The piel (intensive) form means "keep alive." AHLB

חַיִל hha-yeel Force 2428 The pressure exerted to make a piercing. AHLB

חֵיק hheyq Bosom 2436 The human chest, especially the front side. AHLB

חכם hha-kham Be Skilled (verb) 2449 To be able to decide or discern between good and bad, right and wrong; to act correctly in thought and action. AHLB

חָכָם hha-kham Skilled One 2450 A person characterized by a deep understanding of a craft. AHLB

חָכְמָה hhakh-mah Skill 2451 The ability to decide or discern between good and bad, right and wrong. AHLB

חֶלֶב hhe-lev Fat 2459 Animal tissue consisting of cells distended with greasy or oily matter; adipose tissue. The fat of an animal as the choicest part. Also milk; A white fatty liquid secreted by cows, sheep and goats, and used for food or as a source of butter, cheeses, yogurt, etc. AHLB

חָלָב hhe-lev Fat 2461 Animal tissue consisting of cells distended with greasy or oily matter; adipose tissue. The fat of an animal as the choicest part. Also milk; A white fatty liquid secreted by cows, sheep and goats, and used for food or as a source of butter, cheeses, yogurt, etc. AHLB

חלה hha-lah Be Sick (verb) 2470 To be twisted through pain. AHLB

חֲלוֹם hha-lom Dream 2472 A series of thoughts, images or emotions occurring during sleep. AHLB

חַלּוֹן hha-lon Window 2474 A hole in the wall that admits light and a view of the other side. AHLB

חלל hha-lal Pierce (verb) 2490 To run into or through as with a pointed weapon or tool; pierce a hole through; to begin in the sense of pressing in. AHLB

חָלָל hha-lal Pierced 2491 Having holes. AHLB

חלם hha-lam Visualize (verb) 2492 To see or form a mental image of; to dream dreams. AHLB

חלף hha-laph Pass Over (verb) 2498 To pass through, by or over something. Also, to change in the sense of going to another one, side or thought. The piel (intensive) form means "change." AHLB