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


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

תֵּבֵל tey-vel Earth 8398 The whole of the land or region. AHLB

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

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

פֵּאָה pey-ah Edge 6285 The border or boundary of an object or a region. The thin cutting edge of a blade. AHLB

שְׁמֹנִים she-mo-neem Eight 8084 A cardinal number eight. May represent fullness from its connection to root meaning fat or rich. AHLB

שְׁמִינִי she-mee-nee Eighth 8066 An ordinal number. AHLB

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

מַלְכוּת mal-kut Empire 4438 The area under the control of a king; a kingdom. 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

אֶפֶס e-phes End 657 The concluding part of an area or extremity. Also used for the conclusion of a thought; finally, however, but. AHLB

חָרָשׁ hhe-resh Engraver 2796 A sculptor or carver who engraves wood, stone or metal. AHLB

שׁאל sha-al Enquire (verb) 7592 To ask about; to search into; to seek to understand what is not known. The hiphil (causative) form means "grant." AHLB

אֵפוֹד ey-phod Ephod 646 An apron-like vestment having two shoulder straps and ornamental attachments for securing the breastplate, worn with a waistband by the high priest. AHLB

דֶּבֶר de-ver Epidemic 1698 A wide spread disease effecting man or animal. A pestilence. AHLB

חטא hha-ta Err (verb) 2398 To miss the target, whether a literal target or a goal that is aimed for. The piel (intensive) form means "reconcile." AHLB

חַטָּאָה hha-ta-a Error 2403 An act or condition of ignorant or imprudent deviation from a code of behavior. A missing of the target in the sense of making a mistake. The sacrifice, which by transference, becomes the sin. AHLB

פְּלֵיטָה pe-ley-tah Escape 6413 To get away, especially from confinement. AHLB

סָּרִיס sa-rees Eunuch 5631 A castrated man. As eunuchs were used as officers, may also mean an officer. AHLB

עֶרֶב e-rev Evening 6153 The latter part and close of the day and the early part of the night. Dark of the evening or dark-skinned people. Also the willow from its dark color. AHLB

עֵדוּת ey-dut Evidence 5715 That which proves or disproves something; something that makes plain or clear; an indication or sign. AHLB

בחן ba-hhan Examine (verb) 974 To inspect closely; to test, try or scrutinize. AHLB

חקר hha-qar Examine (verb) 2713 To intently search or seek for details. AHLB

בִּלְתִּי beel-tee Except 1115 With the exclusion of from the whole. The whole with the exception of one or more. AHLB

היה ha-yah Exist (verb) 1961 To have real being whether material or spiritual; to have breath. AHLB

נטה na-tah Extend (verb) 5186 To set up camp by stretching out the cover of the tent; to extend or stretch in length. 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

עַיִן a-yeen Eye 5869 The organ of sight or vision that tears when a person weeps. Also a spring that weeps water out of the ground. 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