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

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לְאוֹם le-om Community 3816 A unified body of individuals; a group of people bound together. AHLB

לֵב leyv Heart 3820 Literally, the vital organ which pumps blood, but, also seen as the seat of thought; the mind. AHLB

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

לְבוּשׁ le-vush Clothing 3830 Garments in general. AHLB

לָבָן la-van White 3836 Free from color. AHLB

לבשׁ la-vash Wear (verb) 3847 To cover with cloth or clothing; to provide with clothing; put on clothing. The hiphil (causative) form means "clothe." AHLB

לֹא lo Not 3808 A function word to stand for the negative. As being without. AHLB

לוּחַ lu-ahh Slab 3871 A wood or stone tablet or plank. Often used for writing. 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

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

לחם la-hham Fight (verb) 3898 To make war; to battle as to destruction; to attempt to defeat, subdue, or destroy an enemy by blows or weapons. A struggle for victory. AHLB

לֶחֶם le-hhem Bread 3899 Baked and leavened food primarily made of flour or meal. AHLB

לַיִל la-yeel Night 3915 The time from dusk to dawn. The hours associated with darkness and sleep. AHLB

לכד la-kad Capture (verb) 3920 To forcefully take or seize. AHLB

למד la-mad Learn (verb) 3925 To acquire knowledge or skill through instruction from one who is experienced. The piel form of the Hebrew verb means "cause to learn," or "teach."} AHLB

לְעֻמַּת le-u-mat Alongside 5980 To stand with, or next to, someone or something. AHLB

לקח la-qahh Take (verb) 3947 To receive what is given; to gain possession by seizing. AHLB

לקט la-qat Pick Up (verb) 3950 To take hold of and lift up; to gather together. AHLB

לָשׁוֹן la-shon Tongue 3956 A fleshy moveable process on the floor of the mouth used in speaking and eating. Also, language as a tongue. AHLB

לִשְׁכָּה leesh-kah Chamber 3957 A room or open area within a structure. AHLB