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





    דבק da-vaq
Adhere (verb)
To join or stick to someone or something.
Strong's Number: 1692

AHLB
    דֶּבֶר de-ver
Epidemic
A wide spread disease effecting man or animal. A pestilence.
Strong's Number: 1698

AHLB
    דבר da-var
Speak (verb)
A careful arrangement of words or commands said orally.
Strong's Number: 1696

AHLB
    דָּבָר da-var
Word
An arrangement of words, ideas or concepts to form sentences. A promise in the sense of being "ones word." An action in the sense of acting out an arrangement. A plague as an act.
Strong's Number: 1697

AHLB
    דְּבַשׁ de-vash
Honey
A sweet material elaborated out of the nectar of flowers in the honey sac of various bees. Also, dates as a thick, sticky and sweet food.
Strong's Number: 1706

AHLB
    דָּגָן da-gan
Cereal
Relating to grain or plants that produce it. A plentiful crop.
Strong's Number: 1715

AHLB
    דּוֹד dod
Beloved
One who is cherished by another.
Strong's Number: 1730

AHLB
    דּוֹר dor
Generation
A body of living beings constituting a single step in the line of descent from an ancestor.
Strong's Number: 1755

AHLB
    דַּי dai
Sufficient
An amount that is not lacking. What is enough.
Strong's Number: 1767

AHLB
    דַּל dal
Weak
One who dangles the head in poverty or hunger.
Strong's Number: 1800

AHLB
    דֶּלֶת de-let
Door
A means of access; usually a swinging or sliding barrier by which an entry is closed and opened.
Strong's Number: 1817

AHLB
    דָּם dam
Blood
The red fluid that circulates through the body.
Strong's Number: 1818

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

AHLB
    דָּמַם da-mam
Be Silent
To come to a standstill in speech or deed. To be quiet; refrain from speech or action.
Strong's Number: 1826

AHLB
    דַּעַת da-at
Discernment
The quality of being able to grasp and comprehend what is obscure. An intimacy with a person, idea or concept.
Strong's Number: 1847

AHLB
    דֶּרֶךְ de-rek
Road
A route or path for traveled or walked. The path or manner of life.
Strong's Number: 1870

AHLB
    דרך da-rakh
Step Upon (verb)
To take a step. A journey as a treading. The stringing of a bow is a treading as the foot is stepped over the bow and using the leg to bend it.
Strong's Number: 1869

AHLB
    דרשׁ da-rash
Seek (verb)
To look for or search for something or for answers. The niphal (passive) form means "require."
Strong's Number: 1875

AHLB