English is from Hebrew, Part 3

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Strong's
#:           4117 Transliteration:   mahar        

Meaning:   to
bargain (for a wife), wed 

 

English:     mare,
marry, marriage 

Latin:         marita,
maritare 

Strong's
#:           4171 Transliteration:   muwr        

Meaning:   to
barter, to dispose of

 

English:     more

 

Strong's
#:           4177 Transliteration:   mowrah    

Meaning:   a
razor (from 4171 in sense of shearing)        

 

English:     mow

Strong's
#:           4239 Transliteration:   mechiy      

Meaning:   a
stroke, i.e. a battering ram 

Strong's
#:           4284 Transliteration:   machashabah or machashebeth

Meaning:   a
contrivance, i.e. a texture, machine or intention…

 

English:     make,
machine, mechanic, machinist

Greek:        mechane,
mechanomai         

Latin:         machina,
machinari

Strong's
#:           4295 Transliteration:   mattah       

Meaning:   downward,
below or beneath       

 

English:     mat,
matter, mutter

 

Strong's
#:           4297 Transliteration:   mutteh      

Meaning:   a
stretching, i.e. distortion   

 

English:     mute,
mutate, mutilate

 

Strong's
#:           4300 Transliteration:   metiyl       

Meaning:   an
iron bar (as forged)

 

English:     metal

Greek:        metallon
(a quarry)     

Latin:         metallum
(metal)

Strong's
#:           4305 Transliteration:   matar         

Meaning:   to
rain       

 

English:     meteor       

Greek:        meteoreon,
meteoros, meteorizo (by description)

Strong's
#:           4334 Transliteration:   miyshor    

Meaning:   a
level, a plain   

 

English:     mesa

Spanish:    mesa,
table

Strong's
#:           4480 Transliteration:   min, minniy or minney        

Meaning:   a
part         

Strong's
#:           4482 Transliteration:   men 

Meaning:   From an unused root meaning 'to apportion'; a
part

 

English:     minute,
minus, minor, mince, minimum, mint         

Latin:         minime,
minor, minuere, minutia, minimus   

 

Strong's
#:           4487 Transliteration:   manah       

Meaning:   to
weigh out       

Strong's
#:           4489 Transliteration:   moneh       

Meaning:   something
weighed out, i.e. a portion of time…     

 

English:     money

Latin:         moneta

 

Strong's
#:           4489 Transliteration:   moneh       

Meaning:   something
weighed out, i.e. a portion of time…     

 

English:     morning,
morn, (mourn?)

Latin :        mane, morning

 

Strong's
#:           4565 Transliteration:   mictar

Meaning:   a
concealer

 

English:     mystic,
mystery 

Greek:        musterion,
mustikos   

Latin:         mysticus,
mysterium

 

Strong's
#:           4583 Transliteration:   ma'ownor ma'iyn        

Meaning:   an
abode   

Strong's
#:           4585 Transliteration:   me'ownah 

Meaning:   den,
habitation  

 

English:     main,
manor, manse

Latin:         manere, to dwell

 

Strong's
#:           4642 Transliteration:   ma'ashaqqah

Meaning:   oppression

 

English:     massacre

 

Strong's
#:           4759 Transliteration:   mar'ah       

Meaning:   a
vision; a mirror        

 

English:     mirror,
mirage, admire

Latin:         mire,
miratio, mirari, admiror, etc.

 

Strong's
#:           4775 Transliteration:   marad        

Meaning:   to
rebel     

Strong's
#:           4779 Transliteration:   marad        

Meaning:   rebellious 

 

English:     maraud,
murder

 

Strong's
#:           4910 Transliteration:   mashal      

Meaning:   to
rule       

 

English:     marshal

Latin:         Mars
(?), martialis (?)

Strong's
#:            4998, 4999 Transliteration:   na'ah       



Meaning:   to
be at home; a home, a pasture   



 



English:     near, neigh, neighbor 

Old English:     neah

Latin: natus, birth; natio, tribe or race

Strong's
#:           5046 Transliteration:   neged        

Meaning:   to
front, to manifest, to announce

Strong's
#:           5048 Transliteration:   neged        

Meaning:   a
front, i.e. a part opposite … spec. a counterpart   

Strong's
#:           5049 Transliteration:   neged        

Meaning:   opposite

Strong's
#:           5050 Transliteration:   nagahh      

Meaning:   to
illuminate      

Strong's
#:           5352 Transliteration:   naqah        

Meaning:   to
be or make clean…to be bare   

 

English:     naked
(OE, ME nacod), negate, negative

Latin:         negare,
negatus, negativus

 

Strong's
#:           5090 Transliteration:   nahag      



Meaning:   to
drive forth a person...  



 



English:     nag

Strong's
#:           5106 Transliteration:   nuw 

Meaning:   to
refuse, forbid, dissuade, neutralize    

 

English:     no,
nude, neuter, neutral, never

Latin:         neve,
neuter       

Strong's
#:           5137 Transliteration:   nazah        

Meaning:   to
spurt, i.e. besprinkle        

Strong's
#:           5140 Transliteration:   nazal

Meaning:   to
drip or shed by trickling 

 

English:     nasal,
nose, nozzle      

Latin:         nasus         

 

Strong's
#:           5187 Transliteration:   netiyl        

Meaning:   laden

Strong's
#:           5190 Transliteration:   natal

Meaning:   to
lift; by impl. to impose    

Strong's
#:           5191 Transliteration:   netal

Meaning:   to
raise      

Strong's
#:           5192 Transliteration:   netel

Meaning:   a
burden   

Strong's
#:           5195 Transliteration:   natia

Meaning:   a
plant

 

English:     natal,
nation, native, nativity (from sense to bear)

Latin:         natalis

Strong's
#:           5201 Transliteration:   natar

Meaning:   to
guard, cherish

Strong's
#:           5202 Transliteration:   netar

Meaning:   to
retain    

 

English:     nature,
nurture   

Strong's
#:           5221 Transliteration:   nakah        

Meaning:   to
strike    

Strong's
#:           5362 Transliteration:   naqaph      

Meaning:   to
strike    

 

English:     knock        

Strong's
#:           5263 Transliteration:   nacac         

Meaning:   to
be wane, i.e. be sick, faint         

 

English:     nausea,
nauseate, nautical (from Greek, and so naval, navy)

Greek:        nautia,
seasickness; naus, the sea

Latin:         nausea,
nauseare, nauseola, nauta, navis et al.

 

Strong's
#:           5274 Transliteration:   na'al 

Meaning:   to
fasten up

 

English:     nail  

 

Strong's
#:           5435 Transliteration:   cobe' (so-beh)    

Meaning:   potation,
wine   

 

English:     sober

Latin:         sobrie,
sobrietas, sobrius     

Strong's
#:           5456 Transliteration:   cagad         

Meaning:   to
prostrate oneself     

 

English:     sag   

Strong's
#:           5458 Transliteration:   cegowr      

Meaning:   shut
up…gold (as shut up safely)

 

English:     secure        

 

Strong's
#:           5487 Transliteration:   cuwph       

Meaning:   to
come to an end

Strong's
#:           5496 Transliteration:   cuwth        

Meaning:   to
prick i.e. (fig.) stimulate; by impl. to seduce       

 

English:     soothe       

Strong's
#:           5493 Transliteration:   cuwr or suwr      

Meaning:   to
turn off (lit. or fig.)

 

English:     sore,
sour  

Strong's
#:           5497 Transliteration:   cuwth        

Meaning:   covering,
i.e. clothing 

 

English:     suit  

 

Strong's
#:           5502 Transliteration:   cachaph    

Meaning:   to
scrape off       

 

English:     chafe,
chaff

Strong's
#:           5566 Transliteration:   cemel        

Meaning:   to
resemble        

Strong's
#:           8071 Transliteration:   simlah       

Meaning:   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      

 

English:     same,
semble, similar, similtude   

Latin:         similis,
(simia ?)

Strong's
#:           5601 Transliteration:   cappiyr     

Meaning:   a
gem, probably the sapphire        

 

English:     sapphire,
zaffer  

Italian:       zaffera                                             

 

Strong's
#:           5647 Transliteration:   abad 

Meaning:   to
work, by impl. To serve, till, enslave etc.

 

English:     abide

 

Strong's
#:           5695 Transliteration:   egel  

Meaning:   calf  

Strong's
#:           5697 Transliteration:   eglah

Meaning:   calf
(fem.)

 

English:     angus,
Angle (?), angle (from the horns, as also the symbol for the letter?)

Strong's
#:           5703 Transliteration:   ad     

Meaning:   a
terminus, i.e. by impl. a duration        

Strong's
#:           5704 Transliteration:   ad     

Meaning:   as
far (or long, or much) as …      

Strong's
#:           5705 Transliteration:   ad     

Meaning:   …:-and,
at, for, … to, on …

 

English:     ad-
(prefix)        

Latin:         ad,
to

Strong's
#:           5737 Transliteration:   adar 

Meaning:   to
arrange 

 

English:     order

Latin:         ordinare,
ordo

Strong's
#:           5842 Transliteration:   et      

Meaning:   in
the sense of swooping, i.e. a long side-stroke      

Strong's
#:           5860 Transliteration:   iyt    

Meaning:   to
swoop down upon 

Strong's
#:           5861 Transliteration:   ayit  

Meaning:   a
hawk or other bird of prey

 

English:     eat,
ate       

 

Strong's
#:           5844 Transliteration:   atah  

Meaning:   to
wrap, i.e. cover, veil, clothe… 

 

English:     attire 

Strong's
#:           5869 Transliteration:   ayin 

Meaning:   an
eye       

 

English:     eye   

Strong's
#:           5920 Transliteration:   alguwmmiym     

Meaning:   the
top…aloft    

Strong's
#:           5924 Transliteration:   ella   

Meaning:   above

Strong's
#:           5927 Transliteration:   alah  

Meaning:   to
ascend  

 

English:     elevate,
alt- (prefix)    

Latin:         altus,
alte, elevare       

 

Strong's
#:           5997 Transliteration:   amiyth      

Meaning:   to
associate, companionship

 

English:     amiable,
amicable

Latin:         amicus,
friend    

French:     
ami                                        

 

 

 

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

04/15/09: Posted