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The present Pocket-Dictionary, containingthe whole vocabulary of the Hebrew Old Testament, does not pretend to be an enrichment of Lexico graphy, nor is. Modern Hebrew-English Dictionary, Online Translation, Grammar of the Hebrew language, Literature. French names [PDF] transliterated in Hebrew & Arabic. Hebrew. Abu Yo Yo/. Sak Kemach. Piggy back ride. אבו יויו\ שק קמח. Achi. Brother/ bro, dude. אחי. Achla. Cool. אחלה. Adir. That's crazy. אדיר. Agav. By the way. אגב.

The filling of the earth in Genesis 1 with the sun, moon, plants and animals. The filling of man with breath and the image of Elohiym. The piel intensive form means "respect," in the sense of kneeling before another. However, when written in the piel form it means to show respect usually translated as bless as seen in Genesis A related Hebrew word is berakhah meaning a gift or present.

From this we can see the concrete meaning behind the piel form of the verb barak. It is to bring a gift to another while kneeling out of respect. The extended meaning of this word is to do or give something of value to another. Elohiym "respects" us by providing for our needs and we in turn "respect" Elohiym by giving him of ourselves as his servants. The hiphil causative form means "ripen. In the participle form this verb means "avenger," as it is the role of the nearest relative to download back one in slavery or avenge his murder.

Be successful in strength or authority. Travel in a strange land. Also, the extended meaning of "to be afraid" of a stranger. Usually to be exposed from the removal of clothing. Q Translation: The stringing of a bow through the idea of stepping the foot over the bow and using the leg to bend it.

Also, customs as a lifestyle that is walked or lived. Shine brightly. To shine or cause another to shine through one's actions or words. The piel intensive form means "commend. But when it is written in its piel form it means "commend" usually translated as "praise". However, commend is an abstract word that must be understood through the ancient Hebrew's concrete way of thinking. In the Ancient Hebrew mind we praise Elohiym by looking at him as the guiding star that shines to show us our direction.

G Translation: S Translation: Remember in thought as a memorial or mention through speech. The hiphil causative form means "mention.

To pick fruit.

The piel intensive form means "reconcile. Have life within. The revival of life gained from food or other necessity. The piel intensive form means "keep alive. Also, to change in the sense of going to another one, side or thought. The piel intensive form means "change. The hitpael reflexive form means "beseech. Burn with a fierce anger.

T Translation: We may say that we "know" someone but simply mean we "know" of his or her existence, but in Hebrew thought, one can only "know" someone if they have a personal and intimate relationship with them. In Genesis In Genesis 4: The piel intensive form means "act-as-midwife.

The hiphil causative form means "nurse verb. The hiphil causative form means "again. In Hebrew thought fear can be what is felt when in danger or what is felt when in the presence of an awesome sight or person of great authority.

These feelings flow out of the person through their actions, such as shaking when in fear or bowing down in awe of one in authority.

The hiphil causative form means "bring down. The hiphil causative form means "teach. The piel intensive form means "honor. The piel intensive form means "establish. The word atonement is an abstract word and in order to understand the true Hebrew meaning of a word we must look to the concrete meaning.

If an offense has been made, the one that has been offended can act as though the offense is covered over and unseen. We express this idea through the word of forgiveness.

Atonement is an outward action that covers over the error. The hiphil causative form means "clothe. A struggle for victory. Th Translation: The hiphil causative form means "kill. The piel intensive form means "fulfill. The hiphil causative form means "tell" in the sense of speaking face to face. To rest from trouble or labor. The niphal passive form means "repent. The hiphil causative form means "remove.

The piel intensive form means "recount. The hiphil causative form means "warn. The hiphil causative form means "bring up. While this definition could be applied to some passages of the Bible such as Genesis By looking at the etymology of this word we can better see the Hebraic meaning. The word palal comes from the parent root pal meaning "fall" The root pal is most likely the root of our word fall which can etymologically be written as phal.

Pal is also the root of the Hebrew word naphal also meaning "fall". The word palal literally means to "fall down to the ground in the presence of one in authority pleading a cause".

This can be seen in Isaiah In this case, the picture is an ox treading on the grain on the threshing floor to open up the hulls to remove the seeds. To the Ancient Hebrews, breaking the commands of Elohiym was equated with throwing it on the ground and trampling on it. A child who disobeys his parents, but is genuinely apologetic, shows honor and respect to his parents.

But a child who willfully disobeys with no sign of remorse has trampled on his parents teachings and deserves punishment. The piel intensive form means "persuade. The piel intensive form means "engrave. The hiphil causative form means "bring near. The niphal passive form means "appear" and the hiphil causative form means "show. Also, the top millstone as a wheel that rides on top of the lower millstone. Commonly used in the participle form meaning a feeder or shepherd.

The niphal passive form means "lazy. The hiphil causative form means "convict. The hiphil causative form means "grant. The piel intensive form means "shatter. But this is not the case in the Hebrew Bible. The word shahhah is a common Hebrew verb meaning to prostrate oneself before another in respect, or simply, obeisance.

We see Moses doing this to his father-in-law in Exodus From a Hebraic perspective obeisance is the act of getting down on ones knees and placing the face down on the ground before another worthy of respect.

When a shepherd was out in the wilderness with his flock, he would gather thorn bushes to erect a corral to place his flock in at night. The thorns would deter predators and thereby protect and guard the sheep from harm. The word shamiyr, derived from this root means a thorn. The word shamar means to guard and protect and can be seen in the Aaronic blessing, May Yahweh respect you and guard you. One keeps the commands of Elohiym by guarding and protecting them.

The provider and support to the household. The ancestor of a family line. The patron of a profession or art. As the ox is strong, the letter also has the meaning of strong. The second letter is the picture of the tent or house where the family resides. When combined, these letters form the meaning "the strength of the house. Someone or something that is wide in authority or majesty. The first man.

All of mankind as the descendants of the first man. From its reddish color. That which sustains a stable position. A tender attachment or fondness. A wondrous or miraculous sign. One who stands between the enemy and the family, a protector. The second letter is the picture of a tent wall.

The wall is a wall of protection which protects what is inside from what is outside. When combined these letters form the word meaning "the strong wall" and represents the "brother" as the protector of the family.

A single quantity. In the Hebrew mind everything is, or should be, a part of a unity. There is not one tree but a tree composed of units within the unity-roots, trunk, branches and leaves. A tree is also in unity with the other trees-the forest. A son is a unit within the brotherhood and the family. To be in the rear of or behind something. A time, person or thing that follows after. To be in back of, at the rear or following after something. The latter time as coming after everything else.

By extension, anything of strength including a chief, pillar as the strong support of a building , or oak tree one of the strongest of the woods. The same as the liquid measure bath which is about 9 imperial gallons or 40 liters.

As mortal. Also, used to mean "each" in the sense of an individual. In the sense of being yoked to one another. The word el was originally written with two pictographic letters, one being an ox head and the other a shepherd staff.

First, the Ancient Hebrews saw Elohiym as the strong one of authority. The shepherd staff was also understood as a staff on the shoulders, a yoke.

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Secondly, the Ancient Hebrews saw Elohiym as the ox in the yoke. When plowing a field two oxen were placed in a yoke, one was the older more experienced one, and the other was the younger and less experienced. The younger would then learn from the older. The Hebrews saw Elohiym as the older experienced ox and they as the younger that learns from him.

A binding agreement, including the curse for violating the oath. While English plurals only identify quantity, as in more than one, the Hebrew plural can identify quantity as well as quality. Something that is of great size or stature can be written in the plural form.

Elohiym is the one of great strength and authority. The power or might of one who rules or teaches. One who yokes with another. Often applies to rulers or a god. One who is yoked to another to lead and teach. As bound in grief. Maternal tenderness or affection. One who fulfills the role of a mother. The second letter represents water. The two letters give us the meaning of "strong water. As the skin broke down, a sticky thick liquid formed at the surface of the water.

This thick liquid was removed and used as a binding agent-"strong water". This is the Hebrew word meaning "mother", the one who "binds" the family together. One who is bound to another. This word is used in Isaiah Derived from this root is the word emun, meaning craftsman.

A craftsman is one who is firm and secure in his talent. The feminine form of emun is the word emunah meaning firmness, something or someone that is firm in their actions. When the Hebrew word emunah is translated as "faith," as it often is, misconceptions of its meaning occur. Faith is usually perceived as a knowing while the Hebrew emunah is a firm action. To have faith in Elohiym is not knowing that Elohiym exists or knowing that he will act, rather it is that the one with emunah will act with firmness toward Elohiym's will.

What is firm. Accurately so. The word "emet" has the similar meaning of firmness, something that is firmly set in place. Psalms The nostrils when used in the plural form. Also meaning anger from the flaring of the nostrils when angry. A literal interpretation of 1 Samuel Also used for the conclusion of a thought; finally, however, but. Can be used to point. Any box-shaped object. The wood or tree or something made it. A feared animal. The whole of the earth or a region. Trees planted in a straight line.

Linen cloth, from its stiff and divided fibers. A tall or large creature. A hole or well as dug out. A housing. The prominent one. However, if a son other than the firstborn receives this inheritance, he is called the "firstborn.

The whole with the exception of one or more. This can be the son of the father or a later male descendant. One who continues the family line. The second letter is the picture of a seed. The seed is a new generation of life that will grow and produce a new generation therefore, this letter can mean "to continue.

Strong beasts used to break the soil with plows. Breaking of daylight. The most used of metals. Often instituted through a sacrifice. Beriyt comes from the parent root word bar meaning grain. Grains were fed to livestock to fatten them up to prepare them for the slaughter. Two other Hebrew words related to beriyt and also derived from the parent root bar can help understand the meaning of beriyt.

The word beriy means fat and barut means meat.

Notice the common theme with bar, beriy and barut, they all have to do with the slaughtering of livestock. The word beriyt is literally the animal that is slaughtered for the covenant ceremony.

The phrase "make a covenant" is found thirteen times in the Hebrew Bible. In the Hebrew text this phrase is "karat beriyt". The word karat literally means "to cut".

When a covenant is made a fattened animal is cut into pieces and laid out on the ground. Each party of the covenant then passes through the pieces signifying that if one of the parties fails to meet the agreement then the other has the right to do to the other what they did to the animal see Genesis Also, a pool of water as a place where one kneels down to drink from.

Skin and muscle or the whole of the person. Meat as food. Flesh, or meat, was normally only eaten on very special occasions, a feast, the arrival of guests or whenever an event occurs that requires a celebration. A village that resides outside of the city walls; as "the daughter of the city.

Supreme greatness or authority. Also the area within the borders. Control through physical strength. One who is strong in authority, such as a master. The people as the back, or body of the nation. Captivity in the sense of placing a yoke on the captives. Hebrew numbers. Hebrew verb conjugations. Dictionary Format Below is an example entry, followed by an explanation of its contents.

A state of being complete. Ancient Hebrew Word Each word is also written in the ancient pictographic script mfls. In some cases, this spelling may be different than the modern script. In addition, the spelling of words evolve over time. Transliteration A transliteration from Hebrew into Roman letters sha-lom is given to assist with the pronunciation of Hebrew nouns. Verb transliterations will be represented by the consonants only.

Translation This is one or two English words that best translate the Hebrew word. In many cases, this translation will be significantly different from what is found in other dictionaries. Definition This is a more specific meaning of the word which reflects its textual and original Hebraic cultural perspective.

As an example, in our culture, the word "peace" means "a state of mutual harmony between people or groups. An index at the end of this book allows for a cross referencing from Strong's number to its corresponding entry within this dictionary.

D Translation: H Translation: L Translation: B Translation: An intimacy of action and emotion. Strong affection for another arising from personal ties. Even in the ancient Hebrew culture ones wife was chosen.

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It is our responsibility to provide and protect that privileged gift. In our modern Western culture love is an abstract thought of emotion, how one feels toward another but the Hebrew meaning goes much deeper. We are told to love Elohiym and our neighbors, not in an emotional sense, but in the sense of our actions. R Translation: N Translation: Z Translation: An action taken by an enemy.

A devouring of a fire. Not subject to change or revision. The hiphil causative form means "support. Ts Translation: Having or marked by great physical, moral or intellectual power.

P Translation: K Translation: M Translation: A Translation: This can be understood as to come or to go. The hiphil causative form means "bring. Sh Translation: Hh Translation: Ah Translation: The filling of the earth in Genesis 1 with the sun, moon, plants and animals. The filling of man with breath and the image of Elohiym.

The piel intensive form means "respect," in the sense of kneeling before another. However, when written in the piel form it means to show respect usually translated as bless as seen in Genesis A related Hebrew word is berakhah meaning a gift or present.

From this we can see the concrete meaning behind the piel form of the verb barak. It is to bring a gift to another while kneeling out of respect.

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The extended meaning of this word is to do or give something of value to another. Elohiym "respects" us by providing for our needs and we in turn "respect" Elohiym by giving him of ourselves as his servants. The hiphil causative form means "ripen. In the participle form this verb means "avenger," as it is the role of the nearest relative to download back one in slavery or avenge his murder. Be successful in strength or authority.

Travel in a strange land. Also, the extended meaning of "to be afraid" of a stranger. Usually to be exposed from the removal of clothing. Q Translation: The stringing of a bow through the idea of stepping the foot over the bow and using the leg to bend it. Also, customs as a lifestyle that is walked or lived.

Shine brightly. To shine or cause another to shine through one's actions or words. The piel intensive form means "commend. But when it is written in its piel form it means "commend" usually translated as "praise". However, commend is an abstract word that must be understood through the ancient Hebrew's concrete way of thinking.

In the Ancient Hebrew mind we praise Elohiym by looking at him as the guiding star that shines to show us our direction. G Translation: S Translation: Remember in thought as a memorial or mention through speech. The hiphil causative form means "mention.

To pick fruit. The piel intensive form means "reconcile. Have life within. The revival of life gained from food or other necessity.

The piel intensive form means "keep alive. Also, to change in the sense of going to another one, side or thought. The piel intensive form means "change. The hitpael reflexive form means "beseech. Burn with a fierce anger. T Translation: We may say that we "know" someone but simply mean we "know" of his or her existence, but in Hebrew thought, one can only "know" someone if they have a personal and intimate relationship with them.

In Genesis In Genesis 4: The piel intensive form means "act-as-midwife. The hiphil causative form means "nurse verb. The hiphil causative form means "again. In Hebrew thought fear can be what is felt when in danger or what is felt when in the presence of an awesome sight or person of great authority.

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These feelings flow out of the person through their actions, such as shaking when in fear or bowing down in awe of one in authority. The hiphil causative form means "bring down. The hiphil causative form means "teach. The piel intensive form means "honor. The piel intensive form means "establish. The word atonement is an abstract word and in order to understand the true Hebrew meaning of a word we must look to the concrete meaning.

If an offense has been made, the one that has been offended can act as though the offense is covered over and unseen. We express this idea through the word of forgiveness. Atonement is an outward action that covers over the error. The hiphil causative form means "clothe. A struggle for victory. Th Translation: The hiphil causative form means "kill. The piel intensive form means "fulfill. The hiphil causative form means "tell" in the sense of speaking face to face.

To rest from trouble or labor. The niphal passive form means "repent. The hiphil causative form means "remove. The piel intensive form means "recount. The hiphil causative form means "warn. The hiphil causative form means "bring up. While this definition could be applied to some passages of the Bible such as Genesis By looking at the etymology of this word we can better see the Hebraic meaning.

The word palal comes from the parent root pal meaning "fall" The root pal is most likely the root of our word fall which can etymologically be written as phal.

Pal is also the root of the Hebrew word naphal also meaning "fall". The word palal literally means to "fall down to the ground in the presence of one in authority pleading a cause". This can be seen in Isaiah In this case, the picture is an ox treading on the grain on the threshing floor to open up the hulls to remove the seeds.

To the Ancient Hebrews, breaking the commands of Elohiym was equated with throwing it on the ground and trampling on it. A child who disobeys his parents, but is genuinely apologetic, shows honor and respect to his parents.

But a child who willfully disobeys with no sign of remorse has trampled on his parents teachings and deserves punishment. The piel intensive form means "persuade. The piel intensive form means "engrave. The hiphil causative form means "bring near. The niphal passive form means "appear" and the hiphil causative form means "show. Also, the top millstone as a wheel that rides on top of the lower millstone.

Commonly used in the participle form meaning a feeder or shepherd. The niphal passive form means "lazy. The hiphil causative form means "convict. The hiphil causative form means "grant. The piel intensive form means "shatter. But this is not the case in the Hebrew Bible. The word shahhah is a common Hebrew verb meaning to prostrate oneself before another in respect, or simply, obeisance.

We see Moses doing this to his father-in-law in Exodus From a Hebraic perspective obeisance is the act of getting down on ones knees and placing the face down on the ground before another worthy of respect.

When a shepherd was out in the wilderness with his flock, he would gather thorn bushes to erect a corral to place his flock in at night. The thorns would deter predators and thereby protect and guard the sheep from harm. The word shamiyr, derived from this root means a thorn. The word shamar means to guard and protect and can be seen in the Aaronic blessing, May Yahweh respect you and guard you.

One keeps the commands of Elohiym by guarding and protecting them. The provider and support to the household. The ancestor of a family line.

The patron of a profession or art. As the ox is strong, the letter also has the meaning of strong. The second letter is the picture of the tent or house where the family resides. When combined, these letters form the meaning "the strength of the house. Someone or something that is wide in authority or majesty.

The first man. All of mankind as the descendants of the first man. From its reddish color. That which sustains a stable position. A tender attachment or fondness. A wondrous or miraculous sign. One who stands between the enemy and the family, a protector.

The second letter is the picture of a tent wall. The wall is a wall of protection which protects what is inside from what is outside. When combined these letters form the word meaning "the strong wall" and represents the "brother" as the protector of the family. A single quantity. In the Hebrew mind everything is, or should be, a part of a unity. There is not one tree but a tree composed of units within the unity-roots, trunk, branches and leaves.

A tree is also in unity with the other trees-the forest. A son is a unit within the brotherhood and the family. To be in the rear of or behind something. A time, person or thing that follows after. To be in back of, at the rear or following after something. The latter time as coming after everything else.

By extension, anything of strength including a chief, pillar as the strong support of a building , or oak tree one of the strongest of the woods. The same as the liquid measure bath which is about 9 imperial gallons or 40 liters. As mortal. Also, used to mean "each" in the sense of an individual.

In the sense of being yoked to one another. The word el was originally written with two pictographic letters, one being an ox head and the other a shepherd staff. First, the Ancient Hebrews saw Elohiym as the strong one of authority. The shepherd staff was also understood as a staff on the shoulders, a yoke.

Secondly, the Ancient Hebrews saw Elohiym as the ox in the yoke. When plowing a field two oxen were placed in a yoke, one was the older more experienced one, and the other was the younger and less experienced.

The younger would then learn from the older. The Hebrews saw Elohiym as the older experienced ox and they as the younger that learns from him. A binding agreement, including the curse for violating the oath. While English plurals only identify quantity, as in more than one, the Hebrew plural can identify quantity as well as quality. Something that is of great size or stature can be written in the plural form.

Elohiym is the one of great strength and authority. The power or might of one who rules or teaches. One who yokes with another. Often applies to rulers or a god. One who is yoked to another to lead and teach. As bound in grief. Maternal tenderness or affection. One who fulfills the role of a mother. The second letter represents water. The two letters give us the meaning of "strong water. As the skin broke down, a sticky thick liquid formed at the surface of the water.

This thick liquid was removed and used as a binding agent-"strong water". This is the Hebrew word meaning "mother", the one who "binds" the family together. One who is bound to another. This word is used in Isaiah Derived from this root is the word emun, meaning craftsman. A craftsman is one who is firm and secure in his talent. The feminine form of emun is the word emunah meaning firmness, something or someone that is firm in their actions.

When the Hebrew word emunah is translated as "faith," as it often is, misconceptions of its meaning occur. Faith is usually perceived as a knowing while the Hebrew emunah is a firm action. To have faith in Elohiym is not knowing that Elohiym exists or knowing that he will act, rather it is that the one with emunah will act with firmness toward Elohiym's will.

What is firm. Accurately so. The word "emet" has the similar meaning of firmness, something that is firmly set in place. Psalms The nostrils when used in the plural form. Also meaning anger from the flaring of the nostrils when angry. A literal interpretation of 1 Samuel Also used for the conclusion of a thought; finally, however, but. Can be used to point.

The literal meaning is "last one, last one, is likable". Since Hebrew adjectives have genders and numbers, this phrase can be used in the feminine form and in the plurals forms. The literal meaning is "why, a hat".

The phrase is used in spoken Modern Hebrew as an empty intolerant answer to the question "why? Common Questions I can read Hebrew, but only with vowel signs. The texts in the magazine are for learners of three levels: beginners, intermediates and advanced learners. Therefore, some of the texts contain full vowel signs while others contain partial vowel signs.

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A straight line, path or thought. Meat as food. Sh Translation: An example can be found in Genesis I assume you have already mastered the 2, to 3, words most useful for conversation. The hiphil causative form means "again. May also be grief or sadness in the sense of heaviness. Click here to sign up.