Plowing through History from the Aleph to the Tav
(1000 Most Common Hebrew Words in the Hebrew Bible)
By Jeff A. Benner
The border or boundary of an object or a region. The thin cutting edge of a blade.
Strong's Number: 6285
To touch or grasp; to get up to or as far as; to come together in meeting by chance; to give or place in the sense of a meeting.
Strong's Number: 6293
To Pay the price stipulated, to retrieve what has been stolen or wrongfully taken.
Strong's Number: 6299
The opening through which food enters the body. Any opening.
Strong's Number: 6310
A work or action that is made.
Strong's Number: 6467
Scatter Abroad (verb)
To sow, cast or fling widely.
Strong's Number: 6327
As shaking when in the presence of an awesome sight.
Strong's Number: 6343
A ruler or overseer of a people or region.
Strong's Number: 6346
Cohabitation of persons not legally married; a woman living in a socially recognized state of being a mistress.
Strong's Number: 6370
The point where two lines meet.
Strong's Number: 6438
To do a wondrous action that shows ones might.
Strong's Number: 6381
To get away, especially from confinement.
Strong's Number: 6413
To entreat or appeal earnestly; to fall to the ground to plead a cause to one in authority; prevent a judgment.
Strong's Number: 6419
The front part of the human head; outward appearance. One present, in the sense of being in the face of another. Always written in the plural form.
Strong's Number: 6440
To rotate or revolve; to face another direction; to turn the face; to turn directions; to turn something back or away.
Strong's Number: 6437
What is inside or inward.
Strong's Number: 6442
The name given to the day and the memorial of Israel's exodus from Egypt. It is also the name of the lamb that is slaughtered on this day.
Strong's Number: 6453
A figurine that is formed and shaped from stone, wood or clay.
Strong's Number: 6459
To perform a task of physical labor.
Strong's Number: 6466
A stroke of time as a rhythmic beating of time, one moment after the other. A moment in time. A foot or leg in the sense of stepping.
Strong's Number: 6471
Strong's Number: 6485
Oversight / Number
A careful watching over. A number as counted
Strong's Number: 6486
A large male un-castrated bovine.
Strong's Number: 6499
To produce new individuals of the same kind; to be abundant in fruit.
Strong's Number: 6509
Burst Out (verb)
To be larger, fuller, or more crowded; to break out or break forth as a blooming flower or the wings of a bird.
Strong's Number: 6524
Agricultural products, especially fresh fruits and vegetables. The harvested product of a crop.
Strong's Number: 6529
One that rides a horse.
Strong's Number: 6571
Break Out (verb)
To be spread out wide or widespread.
Strong's Number: 6555
To throw something on the ground and break it by trampling.
Strong's Number: 6565
Spread Out (verb)
To expand beyond a starting point; to be easily and plainly understood in the sense of being spread out to see.
Strong's Number: 6566
Peel Off (verb)
To strip off an outer layer; to spread apart; to invade in the sense of spreading out for an attack; to strip off clothing in the sense of spreading the garment for removal.
Strong's Number: 6584
Strong's Number: 6586
The exceeding of due bounds or limits.
Strong's Number: 6588
Spread Wide (verb)
To lay out in a large area. The piel (intensive) form means "persuade."
Strong's Number: 6601
To open up as opening a gate or door; to have no confining barrier. The piel (intensive) form means "engrave."
Strong's Number: 6605
Something that is open, as an entrance or opening of a tent, house or city.
Strong's Number: 6607