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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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גָּן gan Garden 1588 A plot of ground where crops are grown. A place for growing crops, and often surrounded by a rock wall or hedge to protect it from grazing animals. AHLB

בֶּגֶד be-ged Garment 899 An article of clothing for covering. AHLB

שַׁעַר sha-ar Gate 8179 The opening in a wall or fence through which livestock or people pass. Can be the gatekeeper. Also sha'ar, a unit of measurement. AHLB

שׁוֹעֵר sho-eyr Gatekeeper 7778 One who guards the gate of a city or the door of a structure. AHLB

אסף a-saph Gather (verb) 622 To bring together; to accumulate and place in readiness. AHLB

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

צְבִי tse-vee Gazelle Buck 6643 An animal of a herd as an army. AHLB

דּוֹר dor Generation 1755 A body of living beings constituting a single step in the line of descent from an ancestor. AHLB

חגר hha-gar Gird Up (verb) 2296 To bind the loose portions of clothing into a belt or sash to prepare to go to war; to be bound with arms for war. AHLB

נתן na-tan Give (verb) 5414 To make a present; to present a gift; to grant, allow or bestow by formal action. AHLB

יעץ ya-ats Give Advice 3289 To assist another by providing wise counsel. 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

כִּי kee Given That 3588 Prone or disposed to according to what preceded. A reference to the previous or following context. AHLB

סבב sa-vav Go Around (verb) 5437 To circle completely around something. AHLB

ירד ya-rad Go Down (verb) 3381 To go or come lower from a higher place. The hiphil (causative) form means "bring down." AHLB

יצא ya-tsa Go Out (verb) 3318 To go, come or issue forth. AHLB

עלה a-lah Go Up (verb) 5927 To go, come or bring higher. The hiphil (causative) form means "bring up." AHLB

שָׂעִיר sa-eer Goat 8163 Related to the sheep but of lighter build and with backwardly arching horns, a short tail, and usually straight hair. AHLB

מוֹצָא mo-tsa Going Out 4161 Coming or issuing out, such as a spring or words from the mouth. AHLB

זָהָב za-hav Gold 2091 A malleable yellow metallic element that is used especially in coins, jewelry, and dentures. A precious metal. AHLB

רְכוּשׁ re-khush Goods 7399 Something that has economic utility or satisfies an economic want; personal property having intrinsic value but usually excluding money, securities and negotiable instruments. AHLB

פֶּחָה pe-hhah Governor 6346 A ruler or overseer of a people or region. AHLB

גֶּפֶן ge-phen Grapevine 1612 A woody vine that usually climbs by tendrils and produces fruits that are grapes. AHLB

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

גָּדוֹל ga-dol Great 1419 Something with increased size, power or authority. AHLB

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

אֲשֵׁרָה a-shey-rah Grove 842 An area of planted trees. Trees planted in a straight line. AHLB

נחה na-hhah Guide (verb) 5148 One who leads or directs another in his way. AHLB

אָשָׁם a-sham Guilt 817 The fact of having committed a breach of conduct especially violating law and involving a penalty; the state of one who has committed an offense, especially consciously. AHLB

שׁתה sha-tah Gulp (verb) 8354 To drink plentifully; to swallow hurriedly or greedily or in one swallow. AHLB