English is from Hebrew, Part 2

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Strong's
#:           2040 Transliteration:   harac

Meaning:   to
pull down or in pieces, break   

 

English:     harass        

French:      harasser   

Strong's
#:           2256 Transliteration:   chebel       

Meaning:   a
rope (as twisted), espec. a measuring line, by impl. a district or inheritance (as measured) or a noose       

Strong's
#:           3525 Transliteration:   kebel

Meaning:   to
twine or braid together, a fetter

 

English:     keep,
cable

Latin:         capere,
capulum

 

Strong's
#:           2296 Transliteration:   chagar       

Meaning:   to
gird on  

 

English:     cage

 

Strong's
#:           2348 Transliteration:   chowph

Meaning:   to
cover; a cove

Strong's
#:           2645 Transliteration:   chaphah    

Meaning:   to
cover; by impl. to veil, encase

Strong's
#:           3713 Transliteration:   kephowr

Meaning:   a
cover, i.e. a tankard                     

Strong's
#:           3722 Transliteration:   kaphar

Meaning:   to
cover; fig. to expiate, condone

Strong's
#:           3724 Transliteration:   kopher      

Meaning:   a
cover…bitumen (as a coating)   

 

English:     cove
(OE cofa), coven, cover       

Greek:        kophinos  

Latin:         cophinus

English:     camp,
camphor

Strong's
#:           2356 Transliteration:   chowr or chor    

Meaning:   a
cavity, socket, den   

 

English:     core 

Greek:        chora,
choreo

 

Strong's
#:           2370 Transliteration:   chazah       

Meaning:   to
gaze upon      

Strong's
#:           2376 Transliteration:   chezev       

Meaning:   a
sight       

 

English:     gaze  

Strong's
#:           2416 Transliteration:   chay 

Meaning:   alive,
hence raw; fresh…life

Strong's
#:           2417 Transliteration:   chay 

Meaning:   life   

 

English:     gay   

 

Strong's
#:           2483 Transliteration:   choliy       

Meaning:   malady,
anxiety, calamity    

Strong's
#:           2489 Transliteration:   cheleka     

Meaning:   (from
an unused root 'to be dark')

 

English:     choler,
cholera   

Greek:        chole
(gall, bile)

Strong's
#:           2534 Transliteration:   chemah or chema        

Meaning:   heat,
anger, poison      

 

English:     alchemy,
chemical, chemistry       

Latin:         Chimaera

Strong's
#:           2646 Transliteration:   chuppah    

Meaning:   a
canopy   

 

English:     coop,
coupe, cup, cupola     

Greek:        kupellon   

Latin:         cupa,
cupula

Middle
Dutch: kupe                                         

 

Strong's
#:           2782 Transliteration:   charats      

Meaning:   to
point sharply, i.e. (lit.) to wound       

 

English:     carrot        

Greek:        charax,
charasso, karcharos 

Latin:         carex

Strong's
#:           2864 Transliteration:   chathar      

Meaning:   to
force a passage        

 

English:     catheter,
cartharsis 

Greek:        katharos

Strong's
#:           2906 Transliteration:   tuwr 

Meaning:   a
rock or hill      

Strong's
#:           6864 Transliteration:   tsor  

Meaning:   stone

 

English:     tor
(OE torr) 
     

Strong's
#:           2930 Transliteration:   tame 

Meaning:   to
be foul  

Strong's
#:           2931 Transliteration:   tame 

Meaning:   foul in a religious sense :- defiled

 

English:     contaminate,
tamper

Latin:         temerare,
contemerare

Strong's
#:           2932 Transliteration:   tumah        

Meaning:   impurity   

 

English:     tumor        

Latin:         tumere       

Strong's
#:           2962 Transliteration:   terem         

Meaning:   to
interrupt or suspend        

 

English:     term,
terminate, interim, terminal 

Latin:         terminus

 

Strong's
#:           2969 Transliteration:   ya'ah

Meaning:   to
be suitable     

 

English:     yah,
yeah  

 

Strong's
#:           3212 Transliteration:   yalak

Meaning:   to
walk      

 

English:     walk

 

Strong's
#:           3213 Transliteration:   yalal

Meaning:   to
howl     

Strong's
#:           3214 Transliteration:   yelel

Meaning:   a
howl       

Strong's
#:           3215 Transliteration:   yelalah      

Meaning:   a
howling

 

English:     yell  

Strong's
#:           3426 Transliteration:   yesh 

Meaning:   there
is or are     

 

English:     yes

 

Strong's
#:           3551 Transliteration:   kav  

Meaning:   …from
root…in the sense of piercing

Strong's
#:           3554 Transliteration:   kavah        

Meaning:   to
prick or penetrate   

 

English:     cave,
cavity

Latin:         cavus

Strong's
#:           3646 Transliteration:   kammon   

Meaning:   cumin        

 

English:     cumin,
cymene  

Greek:        kuminon   

Latin:         cuminum  

Spanish:    comino                                            

 

Strong's
#:           3597 Transliteration:   keylaph     

Meaning:   to
clap or strike with noise  

 

English:     clap  

Old
Norse klappa  

Strong's
#:           3932 Transliteration:   la'ag 

Meaning:   to
deride   

Strong's
#:           3933 Transliteration:   la'ag 

Meaning:   derision,
scoffing

 

English:     laugh
(OE hlaehhan, ME laughen)        

 

Strong's
#:           3960 Transliteration:   lashan       

Meaning:   to
lick, to wag the tongue    

 

English:     lash  

 

 

 

Last Update:

04/15/09: Posted