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Strong's 8501 to 9000

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


תְּכֵלֶת te-khey-let Blue 8504 A color that is created with the use of a dye. AHLB

תלה ta-lah Hang (verb) 8518 To suspend with no support from below. AHLB

תָּמִיד ta-meed Continually 8548 Happening without interruption or cessation; continuous in time. AHLB

תָּמִים ta-meem Whole 8549 Free of wound or injury; free of defect or impairment; having all its proper parts or components. AHLB

תמם ta-mam Be Whole (verb) 8552 To be free of wound or injury, defect or impairment, disease or deformity; physically and mentally sound. AHLB

תְּנוּפָה te-nu-phah Waving 8573 The action of moving an object, such as hammer or a sacrifice, back and forth. AHLB

תעה ta-ah Wander (verb) 8582 To go astray due to deception or influence. AHLB

תִּפְאָרָה teeph-a-rah Decoration 8597 Ornamentation that shows position, distinguishment or distinction. AHLB

תְּפִלָּה te-phee-lah Pleading 8605 To earnestly appeal to another for or against an action. AHLB

תפשׂ ta-phas Seize Hold (verb) 8610 To take hold of something by force. AHLB

תִּקְוָה teeq-wah Waiting / Cord 8615 A standing still in anticipation or expectation. AHLB

תקע ta-qa Thrust (verb) 8628 To push or drive with force a pole into the ground, such as when setting up the tent; to blow the trumpet in the sense of throwing out the sound. AHLB

תְּרוּמָה te-ru-mah Offering 8641 A donation presented to another. AHLB

תְּרוּעָה te-ru-ah Shout 8643 A great shout of alarm of war or for rejoicing. AHLB

תְּשׁוּעָה te-shu-ah Rescue 8668 A deliverance or freedom from a burden, enemy or trouble. AHLB

תֵּשַׁע tee-sha Nine 8672 A cardinal number. The total number of hours in an ancient day or night. AHLB