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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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גֶּשֶׁם ge-shem Rain Shower 1653 The rain of the skies. AHLB

רום rum Raise (verb) 7311 To lift something up. AHLB

שֶׂה seh Ram 7716 A member of a flock of sheep or goats. AHLB

שׁוֹפָר sho-phar Ram Horn 7782 The horn of ram made into a trumpet that emits a bright and beautiful sound. AHLB

חוֹמָה hho-mah Rampart 2346 A fortified enclosure. AHLB

פדה pa-dah Ransom (verb) 6299 To Pay the price stipulated, to retrieve what has been stolen or wrongfully taken. AHLB

פגע pa-ga Reach (verb) 6293 To touch or grasp; to get up to or as far as; to come together in meeting by chance; to give or place in the sense of a meeting. AHLB

מנה ma-nah Reckon (verb) 4487 To appoint, assign, count or number a set of things or people. AHLB

נכר na-khar Recognize (verb) 5234 To acknowledge or take notice of in some definite way. AHLB

גאל ga-al Redeem (verb) 1350 To buy back. Restore one to his original position or avenge his death. In the participle form this verb means "avenger," as it is the role of the nearest relative to buy back one in slavery or avenge his murder. AHLB

סוּף suph Reeds 5488 The plants that grow at the edge, or lip, of a river or pond. This word can also mean the edge or conclusion of something. AHLB

צרף tsa-raph Refine (verb) 6884 To bring to a fine or a pure state free from impurities through smelting or testing. AHLB

חסה hha-sah Refuge (verb) 2620 To take shelter or place ones trust in someone or something of support. AHLB

מאן ma-an Refuse (verb) 3985 To express one's self as being unwilling to accept. AHLB

חֶבֶל hhe-vel Region 2256 An area surrounded by a specific border. AHLB

פקד pa-qad Register (verb) 6485 Def: AHLB

משׁל ma-shal Regulate (verb) 4910 To govern or correct according to rule; to bring order, method, or uniformity to; to compare one thing to another in the sense of a rule of measurement, often as a proverb or parable. AHLB

מלך ma-lakh Reign (verb) 4427 To rule over a kingdom as king or queen. AHLB

מאס ma-as Reject (verb) 3988 To refuse an action or thought that is not wanted or is despised. AHLB

שׂמח sa-mahh Rejoice (verb) 8055 To be happy, glad. AHLB

יְשׁוּעָה ye-shu-ah Relief 3444 A deliverance or freedom from a trouble, burden or danger. AHLB

שׁאר sha-ar Remain (verb) 7604 To continue unchanged; to stay behind. AHLB

יֶתֶר ye-ter Remainder 3499 A remaining group, part or trace. AHLB

זכר za-khar Remember (verb) 2142 To act or speak on behalf of another.To reenact a past event as a memorial. The hiphil (causative) form means "mention." AHLB

שְׁאֵרִית she-ey-reet Remnant 7611 A usually small part, member, or trace remaining. AHLB

שָׂרִיד sa-reed Remnant 8300 What is left behind. AHLB

נִדָּה nee-dah Removal 5079 Something that is taken away or thrown out. A menstruating woman that is removed from the camp. AHLB

גלה ga-lah Remove The Cover (verb) 1540 To reveal something by exposing it. Usually to be exposed from the removal of clothing. AHLB

שְׁמוּעָה she-mu-ah Report 8052 News or tidings given to another. AHLB

פרה pa-rah Reproduce (verb) 6509 To produce new individuals of the same kind; to be abundant in fruit. AHLB

יֶשַׁע ye-sha Rescue 3468 A deliverance or freedom from a burden, enemy or trouble. AHLB

תְּשׁוּעָה te-shu-ah Rescue 8668 A deliverance or freedom from a burden, enemy or trouble. AHLB

ישׁע ya-sha Rescue (verb) 3467 To free or deliver from a trouble, burden or danger. AHLB

דמה da-mah Resemble / Silence (verb) 1819 To be like, similar or compared to something else. To become silent as one dead. AHLB

נוח nu-ahh Rest (verb) 5117 Freedom from activity or labor. To rest from trouble or labor. AHLB

צֵלָע tsey-la Rib 6763 Any of the paired bony or cartilaginous bones that stiffen the walls of the thorax and protect the organs beneath. A ridge of a hill from its similar shape to a rib. Also, the side. AHLB

עֹשֶר o-ser Riches 6239 Wealth. The possessions that make one wealthy. AHLB

רכב ra-khav Ride (verb) 7392 To sit and travel in any conveyance; to sit astride an animal, wagon or chariot. AHLB

יְמָנִי ye-ma-nee Right 3233 A direction as in to the right. AHLB

יָמִין ya-meen Right Hand 3225 The hand on the right side of a person. Also, a direction as in to the right. AHLB

טַבַּעַת ta-ba-at Ring 2885 A circular band of metal or other durable material. Also the signet ring containing the mark of the owner that is sunk into a lump of clay as a seal. AHLB

קום qum Rise (verb) 6965 To assume an upright position; to raise or rise up; to continue or establish. AHLB

גּוֹלָה go-lah Rising 1473 A rising of smoke from a burnt offering. Captivity in the sense of placing a yoke on the captives. AHLB

עֹלָה o-lah Rising 5930 A rising of smoke from a burnt offering. Captivity in the sense of placing a yoke on the captives. AHLB

חֻקָּה hhuq-qah Ritual 2708 A repeating of the same actions. A custom. AHLB

נָהָר na-har River 5104 A natural stream of water of considerable volume. The life-giving water that washes over the soil. AHLB

דֶּרֶךְ de-rek Road 1870 A route or path for traveled or walked. The path or manner of life. AHLB

המה ha-mah Roar (verb) 1993 A loud noise as from the sea or a crowd. AHLB

גָּג gag Roof 1406 The covering of a dwelling place. AHLB

שֹׁרֶשׁ sho-resh Root 8328 The underground part of a plant. The source or origin of a thing. AHLB

קהל qa-hal Round Up (verb) 6950 To gather together a flock, herd or group of people. AHLB

רדה ra-dah Rule (verb) 7287 To exert control, direction, or influence over, especially by curbing or restraining; to spread out through a land through authority or by walking among the subjects. AHLB

רוץ ruts Run (verb) 7323 To go faster than a walk. AHLB