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(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner
Elevated to a higher position. Supreme greatness or authority.
Strong's Number: 1347
To buy back. Restore one to his original position or avenge his death. In the participle form this verb means "avenger," as it is the role of the nearest relative to buy back one in slavery or avenge his murder.
Strong's Number: 1350
Lift High (verb)
To lift up to a greater elevation or stature.
Strong's Number: 1361
Advanced in height such as a wall or hill.
Strong's Number: 1364
The outer edge of a region. Also the area within the borders.
Strong's Number: 1366
An act of defending one's property, convictions or beliefs. Control through physical strength.
Strong's Number: 1369
One of great strength in battle, such as a warrior. One who is strong in authority, such as a master.
Strong's Number: 1397
The covering of a dwelling place.
Strong's Number: 1406
A gathering of men for attacking or raiding.
Strong's Number: 1416
Something with increased size, power or authority.
Strong's Number: 1419
To increase in size or one's position of honor.
Strong's Number: 1431
A community of people of one or more nationalities and having a more or less defined territory and government. The people as the back, or body of the nation.
Strong's Number: 1471
A rising of smoke from a burnt offering. Captivity in the sense of placing a yoke on the captives.
Strong's Number: 1473
To stay as a temporary resident. Travel in a strange land. Also, the extended meaning of "to be afraid" of a stranger.
Strong's Number: 1481
Colored stones that are thrown and read to determine a course of action or to make a decision.
Strong's Number: 1486
The level base of a room, barn or threshing floor.
Strong's Number: 1637
Pluck Away (verb)
To take off something or someone by force through picking off, robbing or plundering.
Strong's Number: 1497
An elongated depression between uplands, hills, or mountains.
Strong's Number: 1516
Having or characterized by mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear or difficulty.
Strong's Number: 1368
A small round hill.
Strong's Number: 1389
Dance Around (verb)
To celebrate or rejoice by spinning or moving around in a circle.
Strong's Number: 1523
An artificial hill or bank of earth or stones. A pile of rocks or soil. A spring gushing out of the ground.
Strong's Number: 1530
Remove The Cover (verb)
To reveal something by exposing it. Usually to be exposed from the removal of clothing.
Strong's Number: 1540
The image of a god made from wood or stone that is revered.
Strong's Number: 1544
In addition to. The idea of a gathering of objects or ideas.
Strong's Number: 1571
Either of two ruminant mammals used as draft animals in the desert. The produce of the fields were tied in large bundles and transported on camels.
Strong's Number: 1581
To produce or be productive.
Strong's Number: 1580
A plot of ground where crops are grown. A place for growing crops, and often surrounded by a rock wall or hedge to protect it from grazing animals.
Strong's Number: 1588
To wrongfully take the property of another; rob.
Strong's Number: 1589
A woody vine that usually climbs by tendrils and produces fruits that are grapes.
Strong's Number: 1612
A foreigner; a person or thing unknown or with whom one is unacquainted.
Strong's Number: 1616
Cast Out (verb)
To drive out, expel, thrust away.
Strong's Number: 1644
The rain of the skies.
Strong's Number: 1653