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Strong's # Transliteration Meaning Derivatives
4117 mahar to bargain (for a wife), wed Latin: marita,wife; maritare, to marry
English: mare, marry, marriage
4171 muwr to barter, to dispose of English: more
4177 mowrah a razor (from 4171 in sense of shearing) English: mow
4191
4193
4194
muwth
mowth
maveth
to die
death
death
Latin: mors, death; mortuus, dead; mortalis, mortal; morbidus, sickly; morbus, sickness;
English: morgue, mortuary, mortal, morbid, mortgage, murder
4239
4284
mechiy
machashabah or
machashebeth
a stroke, i.e. a battering ram
a contrivance, i.e. a texture, machine or intention…
Greek: mechane, an instrument, machine; mechanema, engine; mechanaomai , to construct, build;
Latin: machina, large mechanism; machinari, to engineer
English: make, machine, mechanic, machinist
4295 mattah downward, below or beneath English: mat, matter, mutter
4297 mutteh a stretching, i.e. distortion English: mute, mutate, mutilate
4300 metiyl an iron bar (as forged) Latin: metallum, metal
Greek: metallon, a mine or quarry
English: metal
4305 matar to rain Greek: meteoreon, meteoros, meteorizo (by description, as they describe things high or suspended in the air)
English: meteor
4334 miyshor a level, a plain Spanish: mesa, table
English: mesa
4480
4482
min, minniy or minney
men
a part
From an unused root meaning 'to apportion'; a part
Latin: minime, least; minor, less; minuere, to lessen; minutus, small, minute; minimus, smallest;
English: minute, minus, minor, mince, minimum, mint
4487
4489
manah
moneh
to weigh out
something weighed out, i.e. a portion of time…
Latin: moneta, money; mane, morning
English: money, morn, morning, mourn (?)
4583
4585
ma'own or ma'iyn
me'ownah
an abode
den, habitation
Latin: manere, to dwell
English: main, manor, manse
4642 ma'ashaqqah oppression English: massacre
4759 mar'ah a vision; a mirror Latin: mire, surprsingly, strangely; mirorari, to be amazed at; miratio, an astonishment, wonder; mirator, an admirer; mirificus, causing wonder, etc.
English: mirror, mirage, admire
4775
4779
marad
marad
to rebel
rebellious
English: maraud, murder
4910 mashal to rule Latin: Mars (i.e. Suo Marte, independently)
English: marshal
4998, 4999 na'ah to be at home; a home, a pasture Latin: natus, birth; natio, tribe or race
English: near (Old English neah), neigh, neighbor
5046
5048
5049
5050
5352
neged
neged
neged
nagahh
naqah
to front, to manifest, to announce
a front, i.e. a part opposite … spec. a counterpart
opposite
to illuminate
to be or make clean…to be bare
English: naked (OE, ME nacod)
Latin: negare, negatus, negativus
English: negate, negative


5090 nahag to drive forth a person... English: nag
5106 nuw to refuse, forbid, dissuade, neutralize Latin: neve, neuter
English: no, nude, neuter, neutral, never
5137
5140
nazah
nazal
to spurt, i.e. besprinkle
to drip or shed by trickling
Latin: nasus
English: nasal, nose, nozzle
5187
5190
5191
5192
5195
netiyl
natal
netal
netel
natia
laden
to lift; by impl. to impose
to raise
a burden
a plant
Latin: natalis, birth, natal; natio, tribe, nation, people (see 4998 above);
English: natal, nation, native, nativity (from sense to bear)


5201
5202
natar
netar
to guard, cherish
to retain
English: nature, nurture
5221
5362
nakah
naqaph
to strike
to strike
English: knock
5263 nacac to be wane, i.e. be sick, faint Greek: nautia, seasickness; naus, the sea
Latin: nausea, nauseare, nauseola, nauta, navis et al.
English: nausea, nauseate, nautical (from Greek, and so naval, navy)
5274 na'al to fasten up English: nail
5307
5308
5309
naphal
nephal
nephel
to fall
to fall
something fallen
Greek: sphallo, to make to fall, cause to fall; sphalgma, a trip, stumble, fall, failure
English: to fall, to fail
5435 cobe' (so-beh) potation, wine Latin: sobrie, soberly; sobrietas, sobriety; sobrius, sober;
English: sober
5456 cagad to prostrate oneself English: sag
5458 cegowr shut up… gold (as shut up safely) English: secure
5487
5496
cuwph
cuwth
to come to an end
to prick i.e. (fig.) stimulate; by impl. to seduce
English: soothe
5493 cuwr or suwr to turn off (lit. or fig.) English: sore, sour
5497 cuwth covering, i.e. clothing English: suit
5502 cachaph to scrape off English: chafe, chaff
5566

8071

cemel


simlah

from an unused root meaning to resemble, a likeness;

perhaps by permutation for the feminine of 5566 (through the idea of a cover assuming the shape of the object beneath); a dress, esp. a mantle
Latin: similis, similar, resembling; simia, ape (as similar to man ?)
English: same, semble, similar, similtude
5601 cappiyr a gem, probably the sapphire English: sapphire, zaffer Italian: zaffera
5647 abad to work, by impl. to serve, till, enslave etc. English: abide
5695
5697
egel
eglah
calf
calf (feminine)
English: angus, Angle (?), angle (from the horns, as also the symbol for the letter?)
5703
5704
5705
ad
ad
ad
a terminus, i.e. by impl. a duration
as far (or long, or much) as …
... and, at, for, … to, on …
Latin: ad, to, English: ad- (prefix)
5737 adar to arrange Latin: ordinare, to set in order; ordo, a row, series, order;
English: order
5842
5860
5861
et
iyt
ayit
in the sense of swooping, i.e. a long side-stroke
to swoop down upon
a hawk or other bird of prey
English: eat, ate
5844 atah to wrap, i.e. cover, veil, clothe… English: attire
5869 ayin an eye English: eye
5920
5924
5927
al
ella
alah
the top…aloft
above
to ascend
Latin: altus, high; alte, high, highly; elevare, to lift up, raise;
English: elevate, alt- (prefix)
5997 amiyth to associate, companionship Latin: amicus, friend
French: ami
English: amiable, amicable

04/15/09: Posted

Last Update: 07/31/10 - 4998, 5090

02/02/2022 Reformatted & updated, added 4191-4194

02-06-2022: Added 5307-5309