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



גדל ga-dal Magnify (verb) 1431 To increase in size or one's position of honor. AHLB

שִׁפְחָה sheeph-hhah Maid 8198 An unmarried young woman. AHLB

גָּאוֹן ga-on Majesty 1347 Elevated to a higher position. Supreme greatness or authority. AHLB

פעל pa-al Make (verb) 6466 To perform a task of physical labor. AHLB

נדר na-dar Make A Vow (verb) 5087 To promise solemnly; to make an agreement where one promises an action if the other reciprocates with another action. AHLB

שׁלם sha-lam Make Restitution (verb) 7999 To restore or make right through action, payment or restoration to a rightful owner. AHLB

זָכָר za-khar Male 2145 Being the gender who begets offspring. One who acts and speaks for the family. AHLB

עַתּוּד a-tud Male Goat 6260 A male member of a flock of goats. AHLB

אִישׁ eesh Man 376 An adult male human. As mortal. Also, used to mean "each" in the sense of an individual. AHLB

מְאֹד me-od Many 3966 A large but indefinite number. An abundance of things (many, much, great), actions (complete, wholly, strong, quick) or character (very). AHLB

בַּעַל ba-al Master 1167 Having chief authority; a workman qualified to teach apprentices. AHLB

מָתֶן ma-ten Waist 4975a The slender part of the body above the hips. AHLB

מדד ma-dad Measure (verb) 4058 To determine the length of something by comparing it to a standard of measure. AHLB

מִדָּה mee-dah Measurement 4060 A size or distance that is determined by comparing to a standard of measure. AHLB

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

מִזְמוֹר meez-mor Melody 4210 A musical composition plucked on a musical instrument. A song set to music. AHLB

מַלְאָךְ mal-akh Messenger 4397 One who bears a message or runs an errand. Walks for another. AHLB

יָרֵךְ ya-rey-akh Midsection 3409 The lower abdomen and back. AHLB

תָּוֶךְ ta-wek Midst 8432 The center or middle of the whole. AHLB

אֵל eyl Mighty One 410 One who holds authority over others, such as a judge, chief or god. In the sense of being yoked to one another. AHLB

לוץ luts Mimic (verb) 3887 To imitate another person's speech as an interpretation or in scorn. AHLB

לֵבָב ley-vav Mind 3824 Literally, the vital organ which pumps blood, but, also seen as the seat of thought; the mind. AHLB

שׁרת sha-rat Minister (verb) 8334 To give aid or service; to be in service to another. AHLB

זִמָּה zee-mah Mischief 2154 An annoying action resulting in grief, harm or evil. AHLB

בלל ba-lal Mix (verb) 1101 To combine in one mass; to mingle together. AHLB

יצר ya-tsar Mold (verb) 3335 To give shape to; to press or squeeze, as when pressing clay into a shape to form a vessel. AHLB

מַצֵּבָה ma-tsey-vah Monument 4676 A lasting evidence, reminder, or example of someone or something. As standing tall and firm. AHLB

יָרֵחַ ya-rey-ahh Moon 3394 The second brightest object in the sky which reflects the sun's light. Also, a month by counting its cycles. AHLB

בֹּקֶר bo-qer Morning 1242 The time from sunrise to noon. Breaking of daylight. AHLB

מָחֳרָת ma-hha-rat Morrow 4283 The next day. At a time following. AHLB

אֵם eym Mother 517 A female parent. Maternal tenderness or affection. One who fulfills the role of a mother. AHLB

גַּל gal Mound 1530 An artificial hill or bank of earth or stones. A pile of rocks or soil. A spring gushing out of the ground. AHLB

אבל a-val Mourn (verb) 56 To feel or express grief or sorrow. AHLB

פֶּה peh Mouth 6310 The opening through which food enters the body. Any opening. AHLB

הָמוֹן ha-mon Multitude 1995 A great number of people. A loud group. AHLB

רצח ra-tshahh Murder (verb) 7523 A killing committed with malice aforethought, characterized by deliberation or premeditation. AHLB

לון lun Murmur (verb) 3885a To make a low or indistinct sound, esp. Continuously. To complain in a low tone, usually in private. AHLB