English is from Hebrew, Part 4

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Strong's
#:           6006 Transliteration:   amac or amas     

Meaning:   to
load, i.e. impose a burden         

 

English:     amass, mass         

Latin:         massa,
lump

Strong's
#:           6051 Transliteration:   anan 

Meaning:   a
cloud (as covering the sky)        

 

English:     awning      

Greek:        ana,
up (?)

Strong's
#:           6059 Transliteration:   anaq 

Meaning:   to
choke…to collar (i.e. adorn with a necklace)      

Strong's
#:           6060 Transliteration:   anaq 

Meaning:   a
necklace 

 

English:     neck
(OE hnecca, ME nekke)       

Strong's
#:           6186 Transliteration:   arak 

Meaning:   to
set in a row, i.e. arrange, put in order

 

English:     rack,
reckon (ME rakke, reknen)  

Middle
Dutch:    rec, framework    

Strong's
#:           6187

Transliteration:   erek 

Meaning:   a
pile, equipment, ... (things that are set in) order

 

English:     wreck( ME wrek), erect 

Latin:         erectus,
to set up

Old Norse: rec, wreckage

Strong's
#:           6199 Transliteration:   ar'ar 

Meaning:   naked,
i.e. poor, destitute    

 

English:     (arid
?), arrears (ME arrers, arrere, behind)    

Latin:         arere
(?), to be dry      

Old
French:        arere, behind 

Strong's
#:           6284 Transliteration:   pa'ah

Meaning:   to
puff, i.e. blow away

Strong's
#:           6285 Transliteration:   pa'ar 

Meaning:   to
gleam, i.e. embellish; fig. to boast… 

 

English:     power 

Strong's
#:           6292 Transliteration:   pigguwl or piggul

Meaning:   fetid
i.e. unclean

 

English:     pig

Strong's
#:           6358 Transliteration:   patuwr      

Meaning:   opened,
i.e. a bud        

Strong's
#:           6362 Transliteration:   patar

Meaning:   to
cleave or burst through, i.e. to emit

Strong's
#:           6359 Transliteration:   patiyr        

Meaning:   open,
i.e. unoccupied, free  

 

English:     port,
portal, portico    

Latin:         porta,
porticus   

French:      portiere              

Strong's
#:           6378 Transliteration:   pak  

Meaning:   a
flask (from which a liquid may flow) 

 

English:     pack,
package (ME pak)     

Strong's
#:           6434 Transliteration:   pen  

Meaning:   to
turn, an angle

Strong's
#:           6437 Transliteration:   panah        

Meaning:   to
turn, by impl. to face       

Strong's
#:           6440 Transliteration:   paneh        

Meaning:   the
face…:-…against, anger…countenance, edge…         

 

English:     pan
(to turn), pane, panel; pain

Strong's
#:           6438 Transliteration:   pinnah      

Meaning:   an
angle, by impl. A pinnacle       

 

English:     pinnacle    

Latin:         pinnaculum

Strong's
#:           6452 Transliteration:   pacach       

Meaning:   to
hop, i.e. (fig.) skip over or spare        

Strong's
#:           6585 Transliteration:   pasa 

Meaning:   to
stride

Strong's
#:           6587 Transliteration:   pesa 

Meaning:   a
stride, step

 

English:     pass,
pace, passage, pause, pose    

Greek:        pausomai
(pauo), pausis      

Latin:         passus       

Spanish:    pasear,
pasar

Old
French:        passer                         

Strong's
#:           6471 Transliteration:   pa'amah    

Meaning:   a
stroke (lit. or fig.)     

 

English:     pummel

Strong's
#:           6490 Transliteration:   piqquwd or piqqud

Meaning:   appointment,
i.e. a mandate 

 

English:     pick

Strong's
#:           6504 Transliteration:   parad         

Meaning:   to
break through, i.e. spread or separate

Strong's
#:           6555 Transliteration:   parats        

Meaning:   to
break out       

 

English:     part,
parse, partial (ME pars, parcial)    

Latin:         pars,
partialis

Strong's
#:           6508 Transliteration:   pardec       

Meaning:   a
park, forest      

 

English:     park,
paradise

French:      parc,
parquet

Strong's
#:           6509 Transliteration:   parah         

Meaning:   to
bear fruit        

 

English:     pear 

Latin:         pirum,
pirus

Strong's
#:           6518 Transliteration:   paraz

Meaning:   from
an unused root meaning to separate; i.e. decide; a chieftain a chieftain         

 

English:     preside,
president, presbyter

Greek:        presbuteros        

Latin:         praesidere,
to command

Strong's
#:           6527 Transliteration:   parat

Meaning:   to
scatter words, i.e. prate (or hum)       

 

English:     prate,
parrot, prattle

Strong's
#:           6531 Transliteration:   perek         

Meaning:   fracture;
i.e. severity   

Strong's
#:           6561 Transliteration:   paraq         

Meaning:   to
break off or crunch

Strong's
#:           6562 Transliteration:   peraq

Meaning:   to
discontinue    

 

English:     breach,
break (OE brec, brecan; ME breche, breken)

Strong's
#:           6565 Transliteration:   parar

Meaning:   to
break up         

 

English:     pare
(ME paren), prepare

Latin:         parare,
to prepare        

Old
French:        parer, to trim

Strong's
#:           6567 Transliteration:   parash       

Meaning:   to
separate, lit. to disperse or fig. to specify

 

English:     parish,
parochial

Latin:         (Late
Latin) parochia  

Old
French:        parroche

Strong's
#:           6569 Transliteration:   peresh       

Meaning:   excrement
(as eliminated)    

 

English:     perish

Strong's
#:           6586 Transliteration:   pasha         

Meaning:   to
break away, i.e. trespass, apostasize, quarrel       

 

English:     portion      

Latin:         portio

Strong's
#:           6596 Transliteration:   poth or pothah   

Meaning:   to
open; a hole, i.e. hinge or the female pudenda    

 

English:     pot, patent
(ME patent, open letter), path, patio (?)        

Latin:         patere,
patens, open    

Old
French:        patente

Strong's
#:           6641 Transliteration:   tsabuwa    

Meaning:   dyed

Strong's
#:           6648 Transliteration:   tseba

Meaning:   a
dye

 

English:     zebra

Strong's
#:           6654 Transliteration:   tsad  

Meaning:   side  

 

English:     side 

Strong's
#:           6703 Transliteration:   tsach

Meaning:   dazzling,
i.e. sunny, bright, (fig.) evident       

Strong's
#:           6705 Transliteration:   tsacheh      

Meaning:   to
glare, i.e. be dazzling white      

 

English:     sacred        

Latin:         sacer,
sacrare

Strong's
#:           6704 Transliteration:   tsicheh      

Meaning:   parched,
dried up        

 

English:     sec,
sack (dry wine), desiccate, exsicate

Latin:         siccare,
to dry; siccus, dry   

French:     
sec

Italian:       secco

Strong's
#:           6716 Transliteration:   tsiy  

Meaning:   a
ship        

 

English:     sea

Strong's
#:           6725 Transliteration:   tsiyuwn     

Meaning:   a
monumental or guiding pillar :- sign  

 

English:     sign

Strong's
#:           6861 Transliteration:   tsiqlon      

Meaning:   from
an unused root meaning to wind; a sack (as tied at the mouth) 

 

English:     cycle,
cyclo-, cyclone 

Greek:        kuklos,
kuklo-   

Latin:         cyclus,
circle

Strong's
#:           6963 Transliteration:   qowl or qol        

Meaning:   from
an unused root meaning to call aloud; a voice or sound

Strong's
#:           7032 Transliteration:   qal   

Meaning:   sound,
voice

 

English:     call
(ME callen) 

O.
Norse:   kalla

Strong's
#:           6972 Transliteration:   quwts        

Meaning:   to
clip off; to spend the harvest season 

 

English:     cut
(ME cutten)

Strong's
#:           6965 Transliteration:   quwm        

Meaning:   to
rise        

 

English:     come
(OE cuman; ME comen)     

Greek:        (Hebrew
transliterated as koum, koumi)

Strong's
#:           6983 Transliteration:   qowsh       

Meaning:   to
set a trap        

 

English:     catch

Strong's
#:           7070 Transliteration:   qaneh        

Meaning:   a
reed (as erect)…a rod, shaft, tube, stem       

Strong's
#:           7013 Transliteration:   qayin         

Meaning:   a
lance       

Strong's
#:           3653 Transliteration:   ken  

Meaning:   a
stand; i.e. pedestal or station      

 

English:     cane,
canon        

Greek:        kanna,
reed; kanon; kenteo, to prick; kentron, a point

Strong's
#:           7076 Transliteration:   qinnamown        

Meaning:   cinnamon 

 

English:     cinnamon

Strong's
#: 7093 Transliteration: qets

Meaning: an extremity; adverb (with prepositional prefix) after

 

English: cut, cuts

Strong's
#:           7102 Transliteration:   qetsiyah    

Meaning:   cassia        

 

English:     cassia

Strong's
#:           7214 Transliteration:   re'em, reeym , reym or re

Meaning:   a
wild bull

 

English:     ram
(OE, ME ramm)

Strong's
#:           7264 Transliteration:   ragaz

Meaning:   to
quiver   

Strong's
#:           7265 Transliteration:   regaz

Meaning:   provoke
unto wroth   

Strong's
#:           7266 Transliteration:   regaz

Meaning:   violent
anger

 

English:     rage;
rabid, rabies; rave (?)  

Latin:         rabere,
rabidus

Strong's
#:           7300 Transliteration:   ruwd

Meaning:   to
tramp about; i.e. ramble :- have the dominion, be lord … rule      

 

English:     road
(OE rad; ME rade, rode); rule; rod

Strong's
#:           7301 Transliteration:   ravah         

Meaning:   to
slake the thirst :- bathe, make drunk … fill, satiate, (abundantly) satisfy …         

 

English:     ravine,
rave, ravish

Strong's
#:           7321 Transliteration:   ruwa

Meaning:   to
mar; fig. to split the ears (with sound), i.e. shout

 

English:     roar

Strong's
#:           7329 Transliteration:   razah

Meaning:   to
emaciate, i.e. make (become) thin      

 

English:     rase,
raze, razor

Strong's
#:           7371 Transliteration:   rachath      

Meaning:   a
winnowing fork       

 

English:     rake

Strong's
#:           7378 Transliteration:   riyb or ruwb

Meaning:   to
toss, i.e. grapple, fig. to wrangle, i.e. hold a controversy       

 

English:     rob,
robbery, rub (?)

Strong's
#:           7478 Transliteration:   ra'al       

Meaning:   a
reeling (from intoxication) 

Strong's
#:           7477 Transliteration:   ra'al

Meaning:   to reel

 

English:     reel

Strong's
#:           7493 Transliteration:   ra'ash

Meaning:   to undualte, particularly through fear; spec. to spring (as a locust) :- make afraid, (re-)move, quake

 

English:     rash, rush (?)

Strong's
#:           7511 Transliteration:   raphac       

Meaning:   to
trample 

Strong's
#:           7513 Transliteration:   raphcodah

Meaning:   from
7511 - a raft (as flat)   

 

English:     raft,
hance rafter (a flat structure)

Strong's
#:           7516 Transliteration:   rephesh     

Meaning:   mud 

 

English:     raffish
(ME raff, rubbish)

Strong's
#:           7563 Transliteration:   rasha

Meaning:   morally
wrong; bad person 

 

English:     rash (?)

Strong's
#:           7592 Transliteration:   sha'al or sha'el   

Meaning:   to
inquire; by impl. To request; by ext. to demand 

 

English:     shall

Strong's
#:           7608 Transliteration:   sha'arah     

Meaning:   female
kindred by blood     

Strong's
#:           7607 Transliteration:   she'er         

Meaning:   flesh
… kindred by blood   

 

English:     she,
sorority

Latin:         soror,
sister

Strong's
#:           7717 Transliteration:   sahed         

Meaning:   to
testify, a witness     

 

English:     said,
say 

Strong's
#:           7722 Transliteration:   show or show'ah or shoah

Meaning:   a
tempest, by impl. devastation    

 

English:     shower

Strong's
#:           7751 Transliteration:   shuwt        

Meaning:   to
push forth      

 

English:     shot,
shoot, shut

Strong's
#:           7757 Transliteration:   shuwl        

Meaning:   a
skirt; by impl. A bottom-edge   

 

English:     shawl        

Persian:      shal

Strong's
#:           7787 Transliteration:   suwr

Meaning:   to
saw       

 

English:     saw
(ME sawe)

Strong's
#:           7789 Transliteration:   shuwr        

Meaning:   to
spy out (gen.) survey       

Strong's
#:           7891 Transliteration:   shiyr

Meaning:   to
sing, singer    

Strong's
#:           7788 Transliteration:   shuwr        

Meaning:   to
turn, i.e. travel about       

 

English:     show
(in all its senses)

Strong's
#:           7791 Transliteration:   shuwr        

Meaning:   a
wall        

 

English:     shore
(in all of its senses); shire (?)

Strong's
#:           7827 Transliteration:   shecheleth

Meaning:   …
peeling off …         

 

English:     shuck

Strong's
#:           7878 Transliteration:   siyach       

Meaning:   to
ponder, i.e. converse (with oneself and hence aloud) or utter        

 

English:     pysche,
pyscho- Greek:        psuche       Latin:         psyche

Strong's
#:           7897 Transliteration:   shiyth        

Meaning:   a
dress (as put on)       

 

English:     sheath,
sheathe

Strong's
#:           7931 Transliteration:   shakan

Meaning:   to
reside    

Strong's
#:           7932 Transliteration:   shekan      

Meaning:   …
:- cause to dwell     

Strong's
#:           7933 Transliteration:   sheken      

Meaning:   a
residence

Strong's
#:           7934 Transliteration:   shaken

Meaning:   a
resident; by ext. a fellow citizen

 

English:     shack;
shackle

Strong's
#:           7982 Transliteration:   shelet        

Meaning:   a
shield

 

English:     shield,
shelter

 

 

Last Update:

04-15-09: Posted