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



מֵעָה mey-ah Abdomen 4578 The gut, the internal organs of the lower torso, the seat of the unconscious mind. AHLB

נָוֶה na-weh Abode 5116 The dwelling place of man (home), god (mountain) or animal (pasture or stable). AHLB

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

שִׁטָּה sheet-tah Acacia 7848 A thorny tree commonly found in the Near East. In its plural form can mean wood or boards from the tree. AHLB

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

נקה na-qah Acquit (verb) 5352 To declare one innocent of a crime or oath. AHLB

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

יסף ya-saph Add (verb) 3254 To augment something by increasing it in amount or supply. The hiphil (causative) form means "again." AHLB

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

כֹּהֵן ko-heyn Administrator 3548 One who manages the affairs and activities of an organization. The administrators (often translated as "priest") of Israel are Levites who manage the Tent of Meeting, and later the Temple, as well as teach the people the teachings and directions of YHWH, and perform other duties, such as the inspection of people and structures for disease. AHLB

תְּהִלָּה te-hee-lah Adoration 8416 To praise or to be boastful. AHLB

אַהֳבָה a-ha-vah Affection 160 A moderate feeling or emotion. A tender attachment or fondness. AHLB

ענה a-nah Afflict (verb) 6031 To oppress severely so as to cause persistent suffering or anguish in the sense of making dark. AHLB

עֳנִי a-nee Affliction 6040 The cause of persistent suffering, pain or distress. AHLB

עָנִי a-nee Affliction 6041 The cause of persistent suffering, pain or distress. AHLB

אַחַר a-hhar After 310 A time to come beyond another event. AHLB

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

כּוֹל kol All 3605 The whole of a group. AHLB

סָבִיב sa-veev All Around 5439 On all sides; enclose so as to surround; in rotation or succession. A circling or bordering about the edge. AHLB

לְעֻמַּת le-u-mat Alongside 5980 To stand with, or next to, someone or something. AHLB

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

מִזְבֵּחַ meez-bey-ahh Altar 4196 The place of sacrifice. AHLB

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

כעס ka-as Anger (verb) 3707 A strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong. AHLB

קְלָלָה qe-la-lah Annoyance 7045 The act of disturbing or irritating. Something that is light in stature; considered worthless as compared with something of much greater value or importance. AHLB

ענה a-nah Answer (verb) 6030 Something written or spoken in reply to a question. AHLB

מְאוּמָה me-u-mah Anything 3972 An indeterminate amount or thing. AHLB

שִׂמְלָה seem-lah Apparel 8071 Something that clothes or adorns. As forming to the image of the body. AHLB

מַרְאֶה mar-eh Appearance 4758 What is seen or is in sight. AHLB

יעד ya-ad Appoint (verb) 3259 To arrange, fix or set in place, to determine a set place or time to meet. AHLB

מוֹעֵד mo-eyd Appointed 4150 A person, place, thing or time that is fixed or officially set. AHLB

עֵת eyt Appointed Time 6256 A fixed or officially set event, occasion or date. AHLB

חלק hha-laq Apportion (verb) 2505 To divide and mete out according to a plan among the appropriate recipients. AHLB

מָקוֹם ma-qom Area 4725 An indefinite region or expanse; a particular part of a surface or body. AHLB

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

כָּבוֹד ka-vod Armament 3519 The arms and equipment of a soldier or military unit. From a root meaning "heavy" and often paralleled with other weapons. Figurative for power. AHLB

צָבָא tsa-va Army 6635 A large organized group mustered together and armed for war or service. AHLB

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

ערך a-rakh Arrange (verb) 6186 To set something in order or into a correct or suitable configuration, sequence or adjustment. AHLB

עֵרֶךְ ey-rek Arrangement 6187 Set in a row or in order according to rank or age. In parallel. Arranged items in juxtaposition. AHLB

חֵץ hheyts Arrow 2671 A missile weapon shot from a bow having a pointed head, slender shaft and feathers as a butt. AHLB

קָהָל qa-hal Assembly 6951 A large group, as a gathering of the flock of sheep to the shepherd. AHLB

איב a-yav Attack (verb) 341 To be antagonistic or unfriendly to another. An action taken by an enemy. AHLB

נקם na-qam Avenge (verb) 5358 To take vengeance for or on behalf of another; to gain satisfaction for a wrong by punishing the wrongdoer; to pursue and kill one who has murdered. AHLB

פַּחַד pa-hhad Awe 6343 As shaking when in the presence of an awesome sight. AHLB