English is from Hebrew, Part 1

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Strong's
#: 95               Transliteration:   agowrah    

Meaning:
something gathered      

 

Greek:        agora, market

Strong's
#: 103             Transliteration:   agar  

Meaning:   to
gather   

 

English:     agr-
(prefix)       

Greek:        ageiro,
agros

Latin:         ager  

Strong's
#:           106   Transliteration:   egrophe     

Meaning:   clenched
hand, fist

Strong's
#:           1640 Transliteration:   garaph       

Meaning:   to
bear off violently   

Strong's
#:           7126 Transliteration:   qarab         

Meaning:   to
approach        

 

English:     grope,
grab         

Latin:         capere       

German:     grabben

Strong's
#:           113   Transliteration:   adon

Meaning:   sovereign,
lord

 

English:     adonis       

Greek:        Adonis      

Latin:         Adonis      

Strong's
#:           116   Transliteration:   edayin       

Meaning:   then
(of time)     

 

English:     day  

Strong's
#:           142   Transliteration:   adar 

Meaning:   to
expand, i.e. be great

 

English:     adore 

Latin:         adorare      

Strong's
#:           183   Transliteration:   avah 

Meaning:   to
wish for

 

English:     avarice      

Latin:         avere,
avarus                

Strong's
#:           191   Transliteration:   eviyl

Meaning:   silly 

Strong's
#:           196   Transliteration:   eviliy        

Meaning:   silly,
foolish, impious

Strong's
#:           5766 Transliteration:   evel or avel        

Meaning:   evil :- iniquity, perverseness  

 

English:     evil

Strong's
#:           264   Transliteration:   achavah    

Meaning:   fraternity,
brotherhood

 

English:     academe,
academy      

Greek:        akademeia

Latin:         academia

Strong's
#:           376   Transliteration:   iysh 

Meaning:   a
man, male

 

English:     -ish

Strong's
#:           418   Transliteration:   alguwmmiym     

Meaning:   algum
wood       

 

English:     algum        

Strong's
#:           504   Transliteration:   eleph

Meaning:   an
ox, cow

 

English:     elephant    

Greek:        elephas      

Latin:         elephantus

Strong's
#:           505   Transliteration:   eleph

Meaning:   (as
symbol for first letter)    

 

English:     alpha

Greek:        alpha

Latin:         alpha

Strong's
#:           561   Transliteration:   emer

Meaning:   something
spoken       

Strong's
#:           562   Transliteration:   omer

Meaning:   promise,
speech, word

 

Greek:        omeros      

Italian:       omerta,
vow                                             

Strong's
#:           707   Transliteration:   arag  

Meaning:   to
plait or weave

Strong's
#:           708   Transliteration:   ereg  

Meaning:   a
weaving, braid

 

English:     rag   

Greek:        rakos

Strong's
#:           772   Transliteration:   ara    

Meaning:   the
earth

 

English:     arable        

Greek:        aroo,
to plow     

Latin:         arabilis,
arare

Strong's
#:           776   Transliteration:  erets

Meaning:   earth, land

 

English:     earth        

Strong's
#:           784   Transliteration:   esh   

Meaning:   fire   

Strong's
#:           6225 Transliteration:   ashan         

Meaning:   to
smoke

Strong's
#:           6226 Transliteration:   ashen         

Meaning:   smoky

Strong's
#:           6227 Transliteration:   ashan         

Meaning:   smoke       

 

English:     ash,
ashen

Strong's
#:           816   Transliteration:   asham        

Meaning:   to
be guilty        

Strong's
#:           817   Transliteration:   asham        

Meaning:   guilt 

 

English:     shame,
ashamed

Strong's
#:           8034 Transliteration:   shem

Meaning:   an
appellation    

Strong's
#:           8047 Transliteration:   shammah  

Meaning:   ruin

Strong's
#:           8074 Transliteration:   shamem    

Meaning:   to
stun       

Strong's
#:           8076 Transliteration:   shamem    

Meaning:   ruined,
desolate 

 

English:     shame,
ashamed, sham, shambles    

Strong's
#:           859   Transliteration:   attah, attiy, attem, atten        

Strong's
#:           859   Transliteration:   attenah, attennah         

Meaning:   (second
person pronouns)   

 

English:     attention   

Latin:         attentio,
attentus, attendere

Strong's
#:           862   Transliteration:   attuwq, attiwq    

Meaning:   a
ledge or offset in a building       

 

English:     attic 

Latin:         atticus

Strong's
#:           935   Transliteration:   bow 

Meaning:   to
go or come     

 

English:     bow 

Strong's
#:           953   Transliteration:   bowr

Meaning:   a
pit hole  

 

English:     bore 

Strong's
#:           954   Transliteration:   buwsh       

Meaning:   to
make pale, by impl. To be ashamed

 

English:     blush

Strong's
#:           956   Transliteration:   buwth       

Meaning:   to
lodge overnight      

 

English:     booth        

Strong's
#:           996   Transliteration:   beyn

Meaning:   a
distinction       

 

English:     ban  

Strong's
#:           1005 Transliteration:   bayith       

Meaning:   a
house     

Strong's
#:           1005 Transliteration:   ha – bayith

Meaning:   a
house, with the Hebrew article

 

English:     bath
(house  for bathing ?)   inhabit, habit (rule of house), habitat (dwelling
place)        

Latin:         habitare,
habitator

Strong's
#:           1082 Transliteration:   balag

Meaning:   to
break off or loose   

 

English:     plague,
pillage, plagiary       

Latin:         plaga,
plagium

Strong's
#:           1163 Transliteration:   ba'at 

Meaning:   to
trample down

Strong's
#:           1327 Transliteration:   battah        

Meaning:   desolation 

 

English:     bat,
batter, beat, pat, patter

Latin:         battuare,
battuo 

O. French: batte

Strong's
#:           1285 Transliteration:   beriyth      

Meaning:   a
compact, covenant   

 

English:     burden
(OE byrthen, burthen), brother (?)

Strong's
#:           1305 Transliteration:   barar

Meaning:   to
make clear, clarify (i.e. brighten)       

Strong's
#:           925 Transliteration:   bahiyr

Meaning:   shining       

 

English:     bare (OE baer),
barren, bier (pyre)       

Strong's
#:           1313 Transliteration:   basam        

Meaning:   to
be fragrant     

 

English:     balsam      

Greek:       balsamon  

Latin:         balsamum

Strong's
#:           1333 Transliteration:   bathaq       

Meaning:   to
cut in pieces  

 

English:     batch

Strong's
#:           1351 Transliteration:   ga'al 

Meaning:   to
redeem  

Strong's
#:           1351 Transliteration:   ga'al 

Meaning:   to
soil, desecrate

 

English:     gaol,
jail    

Strong's
#:           1443 Transliteration:   gadar

Meaning:   to
wall in or around    

Strong's
#:           1444 Transliteration:   geder

Meaning:   a
circumvallation

Strong's
#:           1447 Transliteration:   gader

Meaning:   a
circumvallation, by impl. an enclosure        

Strong's
#:           1448 Transliteration:   gederah     

Meaning:   inclosure   

 

English:     gird,
guard, garden   

Strong's
#:           1486 Transliteration:   goral

Meaning:   from
an unused root meaning  to be rough (as a stone); properly a pebble, i.e. a lot
… fig. a portion  

Strong's
#:           1632 Transliteration:   garol, goral         

Meaning:   harsh

 

English:     gruel,
growl, coral (from description), corral   

Strong's
#:           1564 Transliteration:   golem        

Meaning:   an
unformed mass       

 

English:     (con)
glomerate 

Latin:         glomeramen
(ball), glomerare       

Strong's
#:           1581 Transliteration:   gamal        

Meaning:   a
camel      

 

English:     camel         Greek:        kamelos

Strong's
#:           1621 Transliteration:   gargerowth         

Meaning:   the
throat, neck  

 

English:     garget,
gargle, gargoyle        

French:      gargouille

O.
French: gargate, gargole           

Strong's
#:           1627 Transliteration:   garon

Meaning:   the
throat, neck  

English:     groan

Strong's
#:           1724 Transliteration:   daham       

Meaning:   to
be dumb, i.e. dumbfounded     

Strong's
#:           1820 Transliteration:   damah       

Meaning:   to
be dumb or silent

 

English:     dumb        

Strong's
#:           1826 Transliteration:   damam      

Meaning:   to
be dumb…to stop, also to perish

 

English:     dormant
(ME dormir), dormitory

Latin:         dormire,
dormitare

Strong's
#:           1752 Transliteration:   duwr

Meaning:   to
gyrate, i.e. to remain        

Strong's
#:           1755 Transliteration:   dowr or dor

Meaning:   a
revolution of time, i.e. an age    

 

English:     dure,
durable, duration, endure    

Latin:         durare,
to last     

Strong's
#:           1758 Transliteration:   duwsh, dowsh, diysh  

Meaning:   to
trample or thresh    

Strong's
#:           1759 Transliteration:   duwsh       

Meaning:   to
trample 

Strong's
#:           1760 Transliteration:   dachah or dachach

Meaning:   to
push down     

                                     

English:     dash 

Danish:      daske                         

Strong's
#:           1768 Transliteration:   diy   

Meaning:   of     

 

Spanish:    de

French:      d'

Italian:       d'               

Strong's
#:           1777 Transliteration:   diyn or duwn     

Meaning:   to
rule; by impl. to judge     

Strong's
#:           1778 Transliteration:   diyn

Meaning:   to
judge    

Strong's
#:           1779 Transliteration:   diyn or duwn     

Meaning:   judgement…justice

Strong's
#:           1822 Transliteration:   dummah   

Meaning:   desolation 

 

English:     dean,
deem, doom

Strong's
#:           1818 Transliteration:   dam 

Meaning:   blood        

 

English:     damn         

Latin:         damnare,
to condemn 

Strong's
#:           1856 Transliteration:   daqar         

Meaning:   to
stab       

 

English:     dagger       

Greek:        daktulos,
finger 

Latin:         dactylus;
daca, dacus, knife 

Strong's
#:           1887 Transliteration:   he'    

Meaning:   lo!    

 

English:     hey,
hi      

Strong's
#:           1931 Transliteration:   huw or hiy

Meaning:   (third
person pronoun)        

 

English:     who,
he     

Strong's
#:           1934 Transliteration:   hava or havah    

Meaning:   to
exist, to be     

 

English:     have 

Strong's
#:           1946 Transliteration:   huwk         

Meaning:   to
go, causative to bring      

 

English:     hook, (ME) hok

Strong's
#:           1949 Transliteration:   huwm        

Meaning:   to
make an uproar

 

English:     hum, (ME) hummen  

Greek:        humnos
(hymn) 

Strong's
#:           1993

Transliteration:   hamah

Meaning:   to
make a loud sound 

 

English:     hum,
hammer     

Strong's
#:           1995 Transliteration:   hamoun or hamon      

Meaning:   a
noise, tumult, crowd

 

English:     harmony,
harmonic

Greek:        harmoneia,
harmonika

Latin:         harmonicus        

Strong's
#:           1964 Transliteration:   heykall      

Meaning:   a
large public building         

 

English:     hall  

Strong's
#:           1984 Transliteration:   halal

Meaning:   to
shine     

Strong's
#:           1966 Transliteration:   heylel        

Meaning:   the
morning star

 

English:     halo,
halogen     

Greek:        helios
(the sun)  

 

 

Last Update:

04/15/09: Posted