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Ancient Hebrew Dictionary - Indexed by Modern Hebrew Word
(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner

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ראה ra-ah See (verb) 7200 To take notice; to perceive something or someone; to see visions. The niphal (passive) form means "appear" and the hiphil (causative) form means "show." AHLB

רֹאשׁ rosh Head 7218 The top of the body. A person in authority or role of leader. The top, beginning or first of something. AHLB

רִאשׁוֹן ree-shon First 7223 The head of a time or position. AHLB

רֵאשִׁית rey-sheet Summit 7225 The head, top or beginning of a place, such as a river or mountain, or a time, such as an event. The point at which something starts; origin, source. AHLB

רַב rav Abundant 7227 Great plenty or supply of numbers (many) or strength (great). One who is abundant in authority such as a master or teacher. Also, an archer as one abundant with arrows. AHLB

רֹב rov Abundance 7230 An ample quantity of number (many) or plentiful supply of strength (great). AHLB

רבה ra-vah Increase (verb) 7235 To become progressively greater; to multiply by the production of young; to be abundant of number, strength or authority. AHLB

רְבִיעִי re-vee-ee Fourth 7243 An ordinal number. AHLB

רבץ ra-vats Stretch Out (verb) 7257 To lie or stretch out as to rest; to crouch down to hide for an ambush. AHLB

רגז ra-gaz Shake (verb) 7264 To tremble in fear or anger. AHLB

רֶגֶל re-gel Foot 7272 The terminal part of the leg upon which the human, animal or object stands. AHLB

רדה ra-dah Rule (verb) 7287 To exert control, direction, or influence over, especially by curbing or restraining; to spread out through a land through authority or by walking among the subjects. AHLB

רדף ra-daph Pursue (verb) 7291 To follow in order to overtake, capture, kill, or defeat; to pursue in chase or persecution. AHLB

רוּחַ ru-ahh Wind 7307 A natural movement of air; breath. The breath of man, animal or God. The character. A space in between. AHLB

רום rum Raise (verb) 7311 To lift something up. AHLB

רוע ru-a Shout (verb) 7321 To shout an alarm of war or for great rejoicing. AHLB

רוץ ruts Run (verb) 7323 To go faster than a walk. AHLB

רֹחַב ro-hhav Width 7341 Largeness of extent or scope. From the width of a road. AHLB

רְחוֹב re-hhov Street 7339 A thoroughfare, especially in a city, town or village. AHLB

רָחוֹק ra-hhoq Distance 7350 Separation in space or time. A distant place or time. AHLB

רחם ra-hham Have Compassion (verb) 7355 To have a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering. AHLB

רַחַם re-hhem Bowels 7356 The large intestines as encompassed about by the torso. Compassion as coming from the bowels. AHLB

רחץ ra-hhats Bathe (verb) 7364 To cleanse by being immersed in, or washing with, water. AHLB

רחק ra-hhaq Be Far (verb) 7368 To be distant, a long way off. AHLB

ריב reev Dispute (verb) 7378 To engage in argument; to dispute or chide another in harassment or trial. AHLB

רִיב reev Dispute 7379 Bitter, sometimes violent conflict or dissension. AHLB

רֵיחַ rey-ahh Aroma 7381 A distinctive pervasive and usually pleasant or savory smell or odor. AHLB

רכב ra-khav Ride (verb) 7392 To sit and travel in any conveyance; to sit astride an animal, wagon or chariot. AHLB

רֶכֶב re-khev Vehicle 7393 A wheeled transport such as a wagon or chariot used for transportation. Also, the top millstone as a wheel that rides on top of the lower millstone. AHLB

רְכוּשׁ re-khush Goods 7399 Something that has economic utility or satisfies an economic want; personal property having intrinsic value but usually excluding money, securities and negotiable instruments. AHLB

רִמוֹן ree-mon Pomegranate 7416 A sweet deep red fruit prolific with seeds. A symbol of compassion and love. AHLB

רִנָּה ree-nah Shouting 7440 A loud exclamation of triumph or joy. AHLB

רנן ra-nan Shout Aloud (verb) 7442 To cry out loudly in triumph or joy. AHLB

רָע ra Dysfunctional 7451 Impaired or abnormal action other than that for which a person or thing is intended. Something that does not function within its intended purpose. AHLB

רֵעַ rey-a Companion 7453 One that accompanies another. As a close companion. AHLB

רָעָב ra-av Hunger 7458 A craving or urgent need for food. AHLB

רעה ra-ah Feed (verb) 7462 To give food to; to provide feed or pasture to the flock. Commonly used in the participle form meaning a feeder or shepherd. AHLB

רעע ra-a Be Dysfunctional (verb) 7489 Impaired or abnormal filling of purpose; to act wrongly by injuring or doing an evil action. AHLB

רעשׁ ra-ash Quake (verb) 7493 To violently shake. AHLB

רפא ra-pha Heal (verb) 7495 To restore to health or wholeness. AHLB

רפה ra-phah Sink Down (verb) 7503 To drop down; to be slack or idle due to weakness, illness or laziness. The niphal (passive) form means "lazy." AHLB

רצה ra-tsah Accept (verb) 7521 To receive from the messenger what is given as a message. AHLB

רָצוֹן ra-tson Self Will 7522 Used to express determination, insistence, persistence, or willfulness. One's desire. AHLB

רצח ra-tshahh Murder (verb) 7523 A killing committed with malice aforethought, characterized by deliberation or premeditation. AHLB

רשׁע ra-sha Depart (verb) 7561 To go astray from the correct path and become lost; to act against a law or teaching as one who has gone astray. The hiphil (causative) form means "convict." AHLB

רֶשַׁע re-sha Lost 7562 Departed from the correct path or way, either out of ignorance or revolt. AHLB

רָשָׁע ra-sha Lost 7563 Departed from the correct path or way, either out of ignorance or revolt. AHLB