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




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קבץ qa-vats Gather Together (verb) 6908 To come or bring into a group, mass or unit. AHLB

קבר qa-var Bury (verb) 6912 To dispose of by depositing in the ground. AHLB

קֶבֶר qe-ver Grave 6913 An excavation for the burial of a body. AHLB

קָדוֹשׁ qa-dosh Unique 6918 Someone or something that has, or has been given the quality of specialness, and has been separated from the rest for a special purpose. AHLB

קָדִים qa-deem East Wind 6921 The wind that comes from the east. Toward the east as the origin of the east wind. AHLB

קֶדֶם qe-dem East 6924 The general direction of sunrise. As in front when facing the rising sun. Also, the ancient past. AHLB

קדשׁ qa-dash Set Apart (verb) 6942 To move or place someone or something separate from the whole for a special purpose. AHLB

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

קהל qa-hal Round Up (verb) 6950 To gather together a flock, herd or group of people. AHLB

קֹדֶשׁ qo-desh Special 6944 A person, item, time or place that has the quality of being unique; Separated from the rest for a special purpose. AHLB

קוה qa-wah Bound Up (verb) 6960 To be confined or hedged in together; to wait or to be held back in the sense of being bound up. AHLB

קוֹל qol Voice 6963 The faculty of utterance. Sound of a person, musical instrument, the wind, thunder, etc. AHLB

קום qum Rise (verb) 6965 To assume an upright position; to raise or rise up; to continue or establish. AHLB

קוֹמָה qo-mah Height 6967 The highest part or most advanced point; the condition of being tall or high. In the sense of being raised up. AHLB

קֹרְבָּן kor-ban Offering 7133 Something given to another in devotion. AHLB

קְטֹרֶת qe-to-ret Incense 7004 Usually made of several spices and or fruits, etc. To emit a fragrance. Used at the altar as a sweet savor. AHLB

קָטָן qa-tan Small 6996 Someone or something that is not very large in size, importance, age or significance. AHLB

קטר qa-tar Burn Incense (verb) 6999 To light a sacrifice or aromatic plant on fire creating smoke, often aromatic. AHLB

קלל qa-lal Belittle (verb) 7043 To regard or portray as less impressive or important; to be light in weight; to curse or despise in the sense of making light. 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

קנא qa-na Be Zealous (verb) 7065 To be filled with eagerness and ardent interest in pursuit of something. AHLB

קִנְאָה qeen-ah Zealousy 7068 A protective or suspicious nature. AHLB

קנה qa-nah Purchase (verb) 7069 To acquire ownership or occupation through an exchange. AHLB

קֵץ qeyts Conclusion 7093 To come to an end. The end of a time period or place or the end of something. The border of a country as its edges. AHLB

קָצֶה qa-tseh Extremity 7097 The most distant end of something; the corner or edge. AHLB

קָצָה qa-tsah Extremity 7098 The most distant end of something; the corner or edge. AHLB

קָצִיר qa-tseer Harvest 7105 The season for gathering agricultural crops. Time when the plants are severed from their roots to be used for seed or food. AHLB

קצף qa-tsaph Snap (verb) 7107 To make a sudden closing; to break suddenly with a sharp sound; to splinter a piece of wood; to lash out in anger as a splintering. AHLB

קֶצֶף qe-tseph Splinter 7110 The sharp flying objects from a snapped piece of wood. Also wrath as flying splinters. AHLB

קצר qa-tsar Sever (verb) 7114 To cut short or small; to harvest in the sense of severing the crop from its stalk; to be impatient in the sense of patience being severed. AHLB

קרא qa-ra Call Out (verb) 7121 To raise one's voice or speak to someone loudly and with urgency; to give, a name; to meet in the sense of being called to a meeting; to have an encounter by chance; to read in the sense of calling out words. AHLB

קרב qa-rav Come Near (verb) 7126 To come close by or near to. AHLB

קֶרֶב qe-rev Within 7130 In the sense of being close or in the interior of. An approaching. AHLB

קרה qa-rah Meet (verb) 7125 To come into the presence of; to go to meet another; to have a chance encounter. AHLB

קָרוֹב qa-rov Near 7138 Close to; at or within a short distance from. Also, a kin, as a near relative. AHLB

קִרְיָה qeer-yah City 7151 A large populace of people; a town or village. AHLB

קֶרֶן qe-ren Horn 7161 One of a pair of bony processes that arise from the head of many animals and used as a wind instrument. The horns of an animal or a musical instrument in the shape of a horn. AHLB

קרע qa-ra Tear (verb) 7167 To rip into pieces. AHLB

קֶרֶשׁ qe-resh Board 7175 A plank of wood often used to wall off an area or restrict access. AHLB

קשׁב qa-shav Heed (verb) 7181 To hear and pay attention. AHLB

קשׁה qa-shah Be Hard (verb) 7185 To be difficult; not easily penetrated; not easily yielding to pressure. AHLB

קָשֶׁה qa-sheh Hard 7186 Not easily penetrated; resistant to stress; firm; lacking in responsiveness. AHLB

קשׁר qa-shar Tie (verb) 7194 To fasten, attach, or close by means of a string or cord; to tie around; to conspire in the sense of tying up. AHLB

קֶשֶׁת qe-shet Bow 7198 A weapon made from a stiff branch to shoots arrows. A bow-shaped object such as a rainbow. AHLB