Plowing through History from the Aleph to the Tav
(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner
A dug-out hole, usually a well or cistern.
Strong's Number: 875
Be Heavy (verb)
To be great in weight, wealth or importance. The piel (intensive) form means "honor."
Strong's Number: 3513
Having great weight. Something that is weighty. May also be grief or sadness in the sense of heaviness. Also, the liver as the heaviest of the organs.
Strong's Number: 3515
The arms and equipment of a soldier or military unit. From a root meaning "heavy" and often paralleled with other weapons. Figurative for power.
Strong's Number: 3519
To immerse articles of clothing into a cleaning solution and agitate them, usually by treading upon them, to clean them; to clean the body.
Strong's Number: 3526
One who manages the affairs and activities of an organization. The administrators (often translated as "priest") of Israel are Levites who manage the Tent of Meeting, and later the Temple, as well as teach the people the teachings and directions of YHWH, and perform other duties, such as the inspection of people and structures for disease.
Strong's Number: 3548
The quality or state of being strong.
Strong's Number: 3581
A natural luminous body visible in the night sky.
Strong's Number: 3556
The whole of a group.
Strong's Number: 3605
To provide what is needed to make someone or something whole or complete.
Strong's Number: 3557
To put in proper condition or readiness. The piel (intensive) form means "establish."
Strong's Number: 3559
A vessel for holding liquids, usually for drinking.
Strong's Number: 3563a
An artificial reservoir for storing water. A hole or well as dug out.
Strong's Number: 953
Strong's Number: 3577
Keep Secret (verb)
To refrain from disclosing information.
Strong's Number: 3582
Prone or disposed to according to what preceded. A reference to the previous or following context.
Strong's Number: 3588
A dry standard of measure. Usually rendered as "talent" in most translations, however the word talent is a transliteration of the Greek word talanton (a Greek coin) used in the Greek Septuagint for the Hebrew word "kikar."
Strong's Number: 3603
A plucked stringed musical instrument;
Strong's Number: 3658
A special chair of one in eminence. Usually a throne or seat of authority.
Strong's Number: 3678
An unclean four-footed animal. Also meaning contempt or reproach.
Strong's Number: 3611
To bring to an end; terminate; to complete an action, event.
Strong's Number: 3615
A utensil or implement usually for carrying or storing various materials.
Strong's Number: 3627
An organ of the body. The seat of emotion in Hebraic thought.
Strong's Number: 3629
The painful feeling of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, done by oneself or another.
Strong's Number: 3639
Daughter In Law
The wife of one's son. Bride of the son, as brought into the camp, in the sense of making the man complete.
Strong's Number: 3618
To feel pain through something dishonorable, improper or ridiculous.
Strong's Number: 3637
In a manner or way indicated or suggested. What comes before or after another event.
Strong's Number: 3651
The main stem and support of a plant.
Strong's Number: 7070
To be brought down low in humility or submission.
Strong's Number: 3665
An appendage that allows an animal, bird or insect to fly. Also, the wings of a garment.
Strong's Number: 3671
A mammal related to the goat domesticated for its flesh and wool.
Strong's Number: 3532
Cover Over (verb)
To prevent disclosure or recognition of; to place out of sight; to completely cover over or hide.
Strong's Number: 3680
One who has confidence in something vain or empty.
Strong's Number: 3684
A soft metal capable of a high degree of polish used for coinage, implements and ornaments. A desired and precious metal.
Strong's Number: 3701
A strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong.
Strong's Number: 3707
A tropical tree with fan-shaped leaves. Part of the hand or foot between the base of the digits and the wrist or ankle. A palm-shaped object.
Strong's Number: 3709
The cover of a box or other container.
Strong's Number: 3727
A young lion. Also, a "village".
Strong's Number: 3715
To afford protection or security; to hide from sight or knowledge; to cover over as with a lid.
Strong's Number: 3722
A weapon with a long blade for cutting or thrusting.
Strong's Number: 2719
A supernatural creature, identified in other Semitic cultures as a winged lion, a Griffin.
Strong's Number: 3742
A planting of grapevines.
Strong's Number: 3754
To bend the body forward and downward while bending the knees; to stoop or crouch down by bending or getting on the knees.
Strong's Number: 3766
To penetrate with a sharp edged instrument.
Strong's Number: 3772
To fall over in death or from being pushed.
Strong's Number: 3782
To inscribe a story, thoughts or instructions on in a variety of mediums including stone, papyrus, leather or parchment.
Strong's Number: 3789
A simple slip-on garment with or without sleeves.
Strong's Number: 3801
The part of an object that acts like a shoulder.
Strong's Number: 3802