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Strong's 4001 to 4500

Ancient Hebrew Dictionary - Indexed by Strong's Number
(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner

0001-0500 0501-1000 1001-1500 1501-2000 2001-2500 2501-3000
3001-3500 3501-4000 4001-4500 4501-5000 5001-5500 5501-6000
6001-6500 6501-7000 7001-7500 7501-8000 8001-8500 8501-9000


מִבְצָר meev-tsar Fence 4013 A walled place of protection and confinement. AHLB

מִגְדָּל meeg-dal Tower 4026 A structure higher than its diameter and high relative to its surroundings. Place of great size. AHLB

מָגֵן ma-geyn Shield 4043 A broad piece of defensive armor carried on the arm. A protective structure. Wall of protection. AHLB

מִגְרָשׁ meeg-rash Pasture 4054 A place for grazing livestock, usually on the outskirts of a village or city. AHLB

מִדְבָּר meed-bar Wilderness 4057 A tract or region uncultivated and uninhabited by human beings. Place of order, a sanctuary. 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

מְדִינָה me-dee-nah Province 4082 The jurisdiction of responsibility of a judge or lord. AHLB

מָּה mah What 4100 Interrogative expressing inquiry about the identity, nature, or value of an object. Something that is unknown; can also be why, when or how. AHLB

מהר ma-har Hurry (verb) 4116 To carry or cause to go with haste. AHLB

מוט mot Shake (verb) 4131 To waver as a green branch. AHLB

מול mul Circumcise (verb) 4135 To cut off the foreskin of a male. AHLB

מוּל mul Forefront 4136 In front of or at the head of, in space or time. AHLB

מוּסָר mu-sar Instruction / Bond 4148 Knowledge, information or example imparted to provide guidance, correction and discipline. AHLB

מוֹעֵד mo-eyd Appointed 4150 A person, place, thing or time that is fixed or officially set. AHLB

מוֹפֶת mo-phet Wonder 4159 An amazing sight or event that causes one to be dismayed. Something out of the ordinary. AHLB

מוֹצָא mo-tsa Going Out 4161 Coming or issuing out, such as a spring or words from the mouth. AHLB

מוֹשָׁב mo-shav Settling 4186 The place of sitting, resting or dwelling, usually temporarily. AHLB

מות mut Die (verb) 4191 To pass from physical life; to pass out of existence; to come to an end through death. The hiphil (causative) form means "kill." AHLB

מָוֶת ma-wet Death 4194 A permanent cessation of all vital functions; the end of life. AHLB

מִזְבֵּחַ meez-bey-ahh Altar 4196 The place of sacrifice. AHLB

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

מִזְרָח meez-rah Sunrise 4217 When the first light of the sun comes over the horizon. An eastward direction as the place of the rising sun. AHLB

מִזְרָק meez-raq Sprinkling Basin 4219 A container of liquid that is used to drip the liquid. AHLB

מחה ma-hhah Wipe Away (verb) 4229 To remove by drying or sweeping away through rubbing; to polish in the sense of a vigorous rubbing; erase. AHLB

מַחֲלְקָה ma-hhal-qah Portion 4256 The part received from what was divided. AHLB

מַחֲנֶה me-hha-neh Campsite 4264 A place suitable for or used as the location of a camp. The inhabitants of a camp. AHLB

מָחָר ma-hhar Tomorrow 4279 The next day. At a time following. AHLB

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

מַחֲשָׁבָה ma-hha-sha-vah Invention 4284 A product of the imagination. Designing or planning of inventions or plans. AHLB

מַטֶּה mat-teh Branch 4294 A branch used as a staff. Also, a tribe as a branch of the family. AHLB

מִטָּה mee-tah Bed 4296 A place for sleeping. Spread out sheet for sleeping. AHLB

מָטָר ma-tar Precipitation 4306 A rain, snow or exceptionally heavy dew. AHLB

מַיִם ma-yeem Water 4325 The Liquid of streams, ponds and seas or stored in cisterns or jars. The necessary liquid that is drank. AHLB

מִין meen Kind 4327 A category of creature that comes from its own kind as a firm rule. AHLB

מַכָּה ma-kah Crushed 4347 Pressed or squeezed with a force that destroys or deforms. Also a plague. AHLB

מכר ma-khar Sell (verb) 4376 To give up property to another for money or another valuable compensation. AHLB

מלא ma-la Fill (verb) 4390 To occupy to the full capacity. The piel (intensive) form means "fulfill." AHLB

מָלֵא ma-ley Full 4392 Containing as much or as many as is possible or normal. AHLB

מְלֹא me-lo Filling 4393 An act or instance of filling; something used to fill a cavity, container, or depression. AHLB

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

מְלָאכָה me-la-khah Business 4399 The principal occupation of one's life. A service. AHLB

מִלָּה mee-lah Comment 4405 A word or speech as a remark, observation, or criticism. AHLB

מֶּלַח me-lahh Salt 4417 An ingredient that adds flavor to food and used in preserving foods. AHLB

מִלְחָמָה meel-hha-mah Battle 4421 A struggle between two armies. AHLB

מלט ma-lat Slip Away (verb) 4422 To get away through deliverance or escape. AHLB

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

מֶּלֶךְ me-lekh King 4428 The male ruler of a nation or city state. AHLB

מַלְכָּה mal-kah Queen 4436 A female ruler of a region. AHLB

מַלְכוּת mal-kut Empire 4438 The area under the control of a king; a kingdom. AHLB

מַמְלָכָה mam-la-khah Kingdom 4467 The area under the control of a king. AHLB

מִן meen From 4480 A function word indicating a starting point or origin. AHLB

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