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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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אָלָה a-lah Oath 423 Something corroborated by a vow. A binding agreement, including the curse for violating the oath. AHLB

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

תְּרוּמָה te-ru-mah Offering 8641 A donation presented to another. AHLB

שֶׁמֶן she-men Oil 8081 A semi-liquid, often oily and thick. Usually olive oil and used as a medicinal ointment. Also, meaning fat or rich. AHLB

זַיִת za-yeet Olive 2132 The fruit or the tree. The fruit of the olive is used for food and as a source of oil. AHLB

עִשָׂרוֹן ee-sa-ron One Tenth 6241 An equal part of something divided into ten parts. AHLB

פתח pa-tahh Open (verb) 6605 To open up as opening a gate or door; to have no confining barrier. The piel (intensive) form means "engrave." AHLB

פֶּתַח pe-tahh Opening 6607 Something that is open, as an entrance or opening of a tent, house or city. AHLB

שָׂטָן sa-tan Opponent 7854 One who is on the opposing side of an action or thought; an adversary. AHLB

עשׁק a-shaq Oppress (verb) 6231 To press into or on another through for force or deceit. AHLB

יָתוֹם ya-tom Orphan 3490 Having no mother or father. AHLB

אַחֵר a-hheyr Other 312 One that remains or follows after another. AHLB

עֵבֶר ey-ver Other Side 5676 As being across from this side. AHLB

חוּץ hhuts Outside 2351 A place or region beyond an enclosure or barrier. AHLB

צפה tsa-phah Overlay (verb) 6823 To cover with a different material, usually with gold. AHLB

פְּקֻדָּה pe-qu-dah Oversight / Number 6486 A careful watching over. A number as counted AHLB

נסג na-saq Overtake (verb) 5381 To catch up with; to remove in the sense of taking over. AHLB

הפך hha-phak Overturn (verb) 2015 To turn something over or upside down, as if pouring out its contents. AHLB

שׁוֹר shor Ox 7794 A domestic bovine animal used for pulling heavy loads. AHLB