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(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner
Usually made of several spices and or fruits, etc. To emit a fragrance. Used at the altar as a sweet savor.
Strong's Number: 7004
To regard or portray as less impressive or important; to be light in weight; to curse or despise in the sense of making light.
Strong's Number: 7043
The act of disturbing or irritating. Something that is light in stature; considered worthless as compared with something of much greater value or importance.
Strong's Number: 7045
Be Zealous (verb)
To be filled with eagerness and ardent interest in pursuit of something.
Strong's Number: 7065
A protective or suspicious nature.
Strong's Number: 7068
To acquire ownership or occupation through an exchange.
Strong's Number: 7069
The main stem and support of a plant.
Strong's Number: 7070
To come to an end. The end of a time period or place or the end of something. The border of a country as its edges.
Strong's Number: 7093
The most distant end of something; the corner or edge.
Strong's Number: 7097
The most distant end of something; the corner or edge.
Strong's Number: 7098
The season for gathering agricultural crops. Time when the plants are severed from their roots to be used for seed or food.
Strong's Number: 7105
To make a sudden closing; to break suddenly with a sharp sound; to splinter a piece of wood; to lash out in anger as a splintering.
Strong's Number: 7107
The sharp flying objects from a snapped piece of wood. Also wrath as flying splinters.
Strong's Number: 7110
To cut short or small; to harvest in the sense of severing the crop from its stalk; to be impatient in the sense of patience being severed.
Strong's Number: 7114
Call Out (verb)
To raise one's voice or speak to someone loudly and with urgency; to give, a name; to meet in the sense of being called to a meeting; to have an encounter by chance; to read in the sense of calling out words.
Strong's Number: 7121
To come into the presence of; to go to meet another; to have a chance encounter.
Strong's Number: 7125
Come Near (verb)
To come close by or near to.
Strong's Number: 7126
In the sense of being close or in the interior of. An approaching.
Strong's Number: 7130
Something given to another in devotion.
Strong's Number: 7133
Close to; at or within a short distance from. Also, a kin, as a near relative.
Strong's Number: 7138
A large populace of people; a town or village.
Strong's Number: 7151
One of a pair of bony processes that arise from the head of many animals and used as a wind instrument. The horns of an animal or a musical instrument in the shape of a horn.
Strong's Number: 7161
To rip into pieces.
Strong's Number: 7167
A plank of wood often used to wall off an area or restrict access.
Strong's Number: 7175
To hear and pay attention.
Strong's Number: 7181
Be Hard (verb)
To be difficult; not easily penetrated; not easily yielding to pressure.
Strong's Number: 7185
Not easily penetrated; resistant to stress; firm; lacking in responsiveness.
Strong's Number: 7186
To fasten, attach, or close by means of a string or cord; to tie around; to conspire in the sense of tying up.
Strong's Number: 7194
A weapon made from a stiff branch to shoots arrows. A bow-shaped object such as a rainbow.
Strong's Number: 7198
To take notice; to perceive something or someone; to see visions. The niphal (passive) form means "appear" and the hiphil (causative) form means "show."
Strong's Number: 7200
The top of the body. A person in authority or role of leader. The top, beginning or first of something.
Strong's Number: 7218
The head of a time or position.
Strong's Number: 7223
The head, top or beginning of a place, such as a river or mountain, or a time, such as an event. The point at which something starts; origin, source.
Strong's Number: 7225
Great plenty or supply of numbers (many) or strength (great). One who is abundant in authority such as a master or teacher. Also, an archer as one abundant with arrows.
Strong's Number: 7227
An ample quantity of number (many) or plentiful supply of strength (great).
Strong's Number: 7230
To become progressively greater; to multiply by the production of young; to be abundant of number, strength or authority.
Strong's Number: 7235
An ordinal number.
Strong's Number: 7243
Stretch Out (verb)
To lie or stretch out as to rest; to crouch down to hide for an ambush.
Strong's Number: 7257
To tremble in fear or anger.
Strong's Number: 7264
The terminal part of the leg upon which the human, animal or object stands.
Strong's Number: 7272
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.
Strong's Number: 7287
To follow in order to overtake, capture, kill, or defeat; to pursue in chase or persecution.
Strong's Number: 7291
A natural movement of air; breath. The breath of man, animal or God. The character. A space in between.
Strong's Number: 7307
To lift something up.
Strong's Number: 7311
To shout an alarm of war or for great rejoicing.
Strong's Number: 7321
To go faster than a walk.
Strong's Number: 7323
A thoroughfare, especially in a city, town or village.
Strong's Number: 7339
Largeness of extent or scope. From the width of a road.
Strong's Number: 7341
Separation in space or time. A distant place or time.
Strong's Number: 7350
Have Compassion (verb)
To have a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering.
Strong's Number: 7355
The large intestines as encompassed about by the torso. Compassion as coming from the bowels.
Strong's Number: 7356
To cleanse by being immersed in, or washing with, water.
Strong's Number: 7364
Be Far (verb)
To be distant, a long way off.
Strong's Number: 7368
To engage in argument; to dispute or chide another in harassment or trial.
Strong's Number: 7378
Bitter, sometimes violent conflict or dissension.
Strong's Number: 7379
A distinctive pervasive and usually pleasant or savory smell or odor.
Strong's Number: 7381
To sit and travel in any conveyance; to sit astride an animal, wagon or chariot.
Strong's Number: 7392
A wheeled transport such as a wagon or chariot used for transportation. Also, the top millstone as a wheel that rides on top of the lower millstone.
Strong's Number: 7393
Something that has economic utility or satisfies an economic want; personal property having intrinsic value but usually excluding money, securities and negotiable instruments.
Strong's Number: 7399
A sweet deep red fruit prolific with seeds. A symbol of compassion and love.
Strong's Number: 7416
A loud exclamation of triumph or joy.
Strong's Number: 7440
Shout Aloud (verb)
To cry out loudly in triumph or joy.
Strong's Number: 7442
Impaired or abnormal action other than that for which a person or thing is intended. Something that does not function within its intended purpose.
Strong's Number: 7451
One that accompanies another. As a close companion.
Strong's Number: 7453
A craving or urgent need for food.
Strong's Number: 7458
To give food to; to provide feed or pasture to the flock. Commonly used in the participle form meaning a feeder or shepherd.
Strong's Number: 7462
Be Dysfunctional (verb)
Impaired or abnormal filling of purpose; to act wrongly by injuring or doing an evil action.
Strong's Number: 7489
To violently shake.
Strong's Number: 7493
To restore to health or wholeness.
Strong's Number: 7495