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Strong's 0001 to 0500

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


אָב av Father 1 A man who has begotten a child. The provider and support to the household. The ancestor of a family line. The patron of a profession or art. AHLB

אבד a-vad Perish (verb) 6 To be deserted or abandoned; separated from the whole, life or functionality. AHLB

אבה a-vah Consent (verb) 14 To give approval; to be in concord in opinion or sentiment; agreement as to action or opinion; to be willing to go somewhere or do something. AHLB

אֶבְיוֹן ev-yon Needy 34 In a condition of need or want. AHLB

אבל a-val Mourn (verb) 56 To feel or express grief or sorrow. AHLB

אֶבֶן e-ven Stone 68 A piece of rock, often in the context of building material. AHLB

אָדוֹן a-don Lord 113 The ruler as the foundation to the community. AHLB

אַדִּיר a-deer Eminent 117 What exerts power and status. Someone or something that is wide in authority or majesty. AHLB

אָדָם a-dam Human 120 Of, relating to, or characteristic of man. The first man. All of mankind as the descendants of the first man. AHLB

אֳדָמָה a-da-mah Ground 127 The surface of the earth. From its reddish color. AHLB

אֶדֶן e-den Footing 134 Ground or basis for a firm foundation. That which sustains a stable position. AHLB

אֲדוֹנָי a-do-nai Lord 136 Frequently used as a title for God. This is a the plural possessive form of the word a-don and means "my lords." AHLB

אהב a-hav Love (verb) 157 To provide and protect that which is given as a privilege. An intimacy of action and emotion. Strong affection for another arising from personal ties. AHLB

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

אֹהֶל o-hel Tent 168 The black, goat hair dwelling of the nomad. AHLB

אוּלָם u-lam Porch 197 An exterior appendage to a building, forming a covered approach or vestibule to a doorway. AHLB

אָוֶן a-ven Vanity 205 Action or thought that is vain or for an improper purpose. AHLB

אוֹפָן o-phen Wheel 212 A circular frame or disk arranged to revolve on an axis, as on a wagon or chariot. AHLB

אוֹצָר o-tsar Storehouse 214 A place where grain or other items of subsistence are held and protected. AHLB

אור or Light (verb) 215 To shine with an intense light; be or give off light; to be bright. AHLB

אוֹר or Light 216 The illumination from the sun, moon, stars, fire, candle or other source. AHLB

אוֹת ot Sign 226 The motion, gesture, or mark representing an agreement between two parties. A wondrous or miraculous sign. AHLB

אזן a-zan Give An Ear (verb) 238 To pay attention to a voice or sound; to hear with thoughtful attention and obedience. AHLB

אֹזֶן o-zen Ear 241 The organ of hearing; so named from its broad shape. AHLB

אָח ahh Brother 251 A male who has the same parents as another or shares one parent with another. One who stands between the enemy and the family, a protector. AHLB

אֶחָד e-hhad Unit 259 A unit within the whole, a unified group. A single quantity. AHLB

אָחוֹר a-hhor Back 268 The part of the body that is behind. To be in the rear of or behind something. AHLB

אָחוֹת a-hhot Sister 269 A female who has the same parents as another or shares one parent with another. AHLB

אחז a-hhaz Take Hold (verb) 270 To have possession or ownership of; to keep in restraint; to have or maintain in one's grasp; to grab something and keep hold of it. AHLB

אֳחֻזָּה a-hhu-zah Holdings 272 Property that is held or owned. AHLB

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

אַחֵר a-hheyr Other 312 One that remains or follows after another. AHLB

אַחֲרוֹן a-hha-ron Last 314 In, to or toward the back. To be in back of, at the rear or following after something. AHLB

אַחֳרִית a-hha-reet End 319 A final point that marks the extent of something. The latter time as coming after everything else. AHLB

אִי ee Island 339 A tract of land surrounded by water. Also a country in the sense of isolated. AHLB

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

אַיִל a-yeel Buck 352 The large males of a flock of sheep or heard of deer. By extension, anything of strength including a chief, pillar (as the strong support of a building), or oak tree (one of the strongest of the woods). AHLB

אַיִן a-yeen Without 369 A lacking of something or the inability to do or have something. The search for a place of unknown origin. AHLB

אֵיפָה ey-phah Eyphah 374 A dry standard of measure equal to 3 se'ahs or 10 omers. The same as the liquid measure bath which is about 9 imperial gallons or 40 liters. AHLB

אִישׁ eesh Man 376 An adult male human. As mortal. Also, used to mean "each" in the sense of an individual. AHLB

אכל a-khal Eat (verb) 398 To consume food; to destroy. A devouring of a fire. AHLB

אֹכֶל o-khel Foodstuff 400 A substance that may be eaten for giving sustenance and making one whole. AHLB

אֵל eyl Mighty One 410 One who holds authority over others, such as a judge, chief or god. In the sense of being yoked to one another. AHLB

אֵל eyl To 413 Used as a function word to indicate movement or an action or condition suggestive of progress toward a place, person, or thing reached. AHLB

אָלָה a-lah Oath 423 Something corroborated by a vow. A binding agreement, including the curse for violating the oath. AHLB

אֱלֹהִים e-lo-heem Powers 430 Possession of control, authority, or influence over others; physical might. The power or might of one who rules or teaches. (Plural form of e-lo-ah, Strong's #433) AHLB

אֱלוֹהַּ e-lo-ah Power 433 Possession of control, authority, or influence over others; physical might. The power or might of one who rules or teaches. One who yokes with another. Often applies to rulers or a god. Often used in the plural form literally meaning "mighty ones," but often used in a singular sense to mean "The Mighty One." AHLB

אַלּוּף a-luph Chief 441 Accorded highest rank or office; of greatest importance, significance, or influence. One who is yoked to another to lead and teach. AHLB

אַלְמָנָה al-ma-nah Widow 490 A woman who has lost her husband by death. As bound in grief. AHLB