4 letter Words
AHLB - Tet
( טא ) Action: Sweep Object: Broom Definition: The fibers were woven and spun into products such as baskets and other products such as brooms. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a basket which were made from fibers.
( טב ) Action: Moist Object: Fresh Abstract: Good Definition: The house is surrounded by grace, beauty, love, health and prosperity, something that is functional. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a basket, used to contain or surround something. The is a picture of a tent or house. Combined these mean "surround the house".
( masc., טב ) Translation: GOOD Relationship to Root: Something that functions properly. KJV Translations: good, fine Strong's Aramaic #: a.2869
( masc., טוב / tov ) ( fem., טובה / to-vah ) Translation: FUNCTIONAL Definition: Fulfilling the action for which a person or thing is specially fitted or used, or for which a thing exists. A functioning within its intended purpose. KJV Translations: good, better, well, goodness, goodly, best, merry, fair, prosperity, precious, fine, wealth, beautiful, fairer, favour, glad Strong's Hebrew #: h.2896, h.2898 Aramaic Spelling: טב
( טד ) Object: Thorn
( טה ) Action: Spin Object: Yarn Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a basket used for storing various tools and materials including yarn.
( טח ) Action: Grind, Spread Object: Plaster, Hand mill Definition: Limestone was ground into a powder and mixed with water. This plaster is used as a strong and durable coating on floors and walls. Limestone was ingested to calm an upset stomach. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a basket, the is a picture of a wall. Combined these mean "contain the wall".
( טט ) Object: Basket Definition: The basket or bowl, made of clay or wicker, was used for storing foods and other supplies in the nomadic tent. Clay as a common material for constructing baskets, pots and bowls is clay. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a basket.
( טל ) Action: Scatter, Cover, Cast, Flatten Object: Dew, Spots Definition: A covering over of a large area.
( masc., טל / tal ) Translation: DEW Definition: Moisture condensed on the surfaces of cool bodies or objects, especially at night. KJV Translations: dew, heap, strength Strong's Hebrew #: h.2919 Strong's Aramaic #: a.2920
( טם ) Action: Restrict Object: Unclean Definition: A bowl of water is used to wash dirt off. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a basket or container, the is a picture of water. Combined these mean "container of water".
( טן ) Action: Weave Object: Basket, Tapestry, Chariot Definition: A tapestry or basket as woven items. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a basket, the is a picture of a seed that represents continuance. Combined these mean "basket continues".
( טע ) Action: Stray
( masc., טעם / ta-am ) Translation: FLAVOR Definition: The taste of a food or the perception of a person's behavior. KJV Translations: taste, judgment, behaviour, advice, understanding, commandment, matter, command, account, decree, regarded, wisdom Strong's Hebrew #: h.2940 Strong's Aramaic #: a.2941, a.2942
( טף ) Action: Skip Object: Children
( masc., טף / taph ) Translation: CHILDREN Definition: The offspring of the parent or descendents of a patron. More than one child. Relationship to Root: The skipping around of children. KJV Translations: little ones, children, family Strong's Hebrew #: h.2945
( טר ) Action: Contain, Shut Object: Wall, Watch, Clean, Row, Village Definition: A wall that contains one for protection or as a jail. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph is a picture of a basket or other container, the is a picture of a man. Combined these mean "contain man".
( טש ) Action: Pounce, Sharpen, Spread, Hack Object: Branch, Sneeze, Hammer
( טת ) Action: Fast