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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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חשׂך hha-sakh Keep Back (verb) 2820 To hold something back or restrain. AHLB

כחד ka-hhad Keep Secret (verb) 3582 To refrain from disclosing information. AHLB

חרשׁ hha-rash Keep Silent (verb) 2790b To stand still and be silent. AHLB

צפה tsa-phah Keep Watch (verb) 6822 To be on the look-out for danger or opportunity. AHLB

תּוֹלָע to-la CRIMSON 8438b A reddish scarlet color. AHLB

כְּרוּב Ke-ruv Keruv 3742 A supernatural creature, identified in other Semitic cultures as a winged lion, a Griffin. AHLB

כִּלְיָה keel-yah Kidney 3629 An organ of the body. The seat of emotion in Hebraic thought. AHLB

כִּיכָּר kee-kar Kikar 3603 A dry standard of measure. Usually rendered as "talent" in most translations, however the word talent is a transliteration of the Greek word talanton (a Greek coin) used in the Greek Septuagint for the Hebrew word "kikar." AHLB

הרג ha-rag Kill (verb) 2026 To deprive of life; to slaughter. AHLB

מִין meen Kind 4327 A category of creature that comes from its own kind as a firm rule. AHLB

חָסִיד hha-seed Kind One 2623 One who shows favor, mercy or compassion to another. AHLB

חֶסֶד hhe-sed Kindness 2617 Of a sympathetic nature; quality or state of being sympathetic. In the sense of bowing the neck to another as a sign of kindness. AHLB

מֶּלֶךְ me-lekh King 4428 The male ruler of a nation or city state. AHLB

מַמְלָכָה mam-la-khah Kingdom 4467 The area under the control of a king. AHLB

נשׁק na-shaq Kiss (verb) 5401 To touch together as when kissing with the lips or in battle with weapons. AHLB

ברך ba-rakh Kneel (verb) 1288 To bend the knee, to kneel in homage or to drink water. The piel (intensive) form means "respect," in the sense of kneeling before another. AHLB

גִּבְעָה geev-ah Knoll 1389 A small round hill. AHLB

ידע ya-da Know (verb) 3045 To have an intimate and personal understanding; to have an intimate relationship with another person. AHLB