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Biblical Gematria: 210
Words and Calculations with the same Biblical Gematria value ...
WordTranslation & MeaningTransliterationStrong's Number
אגורMeaning: Agur, a fanciful name for Solomon. Usage: Agur.AGVR94
אטרMeaning: to close up. Usage: shut.ATR332
אטרMeaning: Ater, the name of three Israelites. Usage: Ater.ATR333
אטרMeaning: shut up, i. e. impeded (as to the use of the right hand). Usage: left-handed.ATR334
אשורMeaning: Ashshur, the second son of Shem; also his descendants and the country occupied by them (i. e. Assyria), its region and its empire. Usage: Asshur, Assur, Assyria, Assyrians. AShVR804
בחרMeaning: properly, to try, i. e. (by implication) select. Usage: acceptable, appoint, choose (choice), excellent, join, be rather, require.BChR977
בעל חנןMeaning: Baal-Chanan, the name of an Edomite, also of an Israelite. Usage: Baal-hanan.BOLChNN1177
בקבוקMeaning: Bakbuk, one of the Nethinim. Usage: Bakbuk.BQBVQ1227
ברחMeaning: to bolt, i. e. figuratively, to flee suddenly. Usage: chase (away); drive away, fain, flee (away), put to flight, make haste, reach, run away, shoot.BRCh1272
גזרMeaning: to cut down or off; (figuratively) to destroy, divide, exclude, or decide. Usage: cut down (off), decree, divide, snatch.GZR1504
גזרMeaning: to quarry; determine. Usage: cut out, soothsayer.GZR1505
גזרMeaning: something cut off; a portion. Usage: part, piece.GZR1506
גזרMeaning: Gezer, a place in Palestine. Usage: Gazer, Gezer.GZR1507
גרזMeaning: to cut off. Usage: cut off.GRZ1629
דברתMeaning: Daberath, a place in Palestine. Usage: Dabareh, Daberath.DBRTh1705
דורMeaning: properly, to gyrate (or move in a circle), i. e. to remain. Usage: dwell.DVR1752
דורMeaning: to reside. Usage: dwell.DVR1753
דורMeaning: a circle, ball or pile. Usage: ball, turn, round about.DVR1754
דורMeaning: properly, a revolution of time, i. e. an age or generation; also a dwelling. Usage: age, × evermore, generation, (n-) ever, posterity.DVR1755
דורMeaning: Dor, a place in Palestine. Usage: Dor.DVR1756
דתברMeaning: one skilled in law; a judge. Usage: counsellor.DThBR1884
הרהMeaning: to be (or become) pregnant, conceive (literally or figuratively). Usage: been, be with child, conceive, progenitor.HRH2029
הרהMeaning: pregnant. Usage: (be, woman) with child, conceive, × great.HRH2030
זרשMeaning: Zeresh, Hamans wife. Usage: Zeresh.ZRSh2238
חברMeaning: to join (literally or figuratively); specifically (by means of spells) to fascinate. Usage: charm(-er), be compact, couple (together), have fellowship with, heap up, join (self, together), league.ChBR2266
חברMeaning: a society; also a spell. Usage: charmer(-ing), company, enchantment, × wide.ChBR2267
חברMeaning: Cheber, the name of a Kenite and of three Israelites. Usage: Heber.ChBR2268
חברMeaning: an associate. Usage: companion, fellow.ChBR2269
חברMeaning: an associate. Usage: companion, fellow, knit together.ChBR2270
חברMeaning: a partner. Usage: companion.ChBR2271
חרבMeaning: to parch (through drought) i. e. (by analogy,) to desolate, destroy, kill. Usage: decay, (be) desolate, destroy(-er), (be) dry (up), slay, × surely, (lay, lie, make) waste.ChRB2717
חרבMeaning: to demolish. Usage: destroy.ChRB2718
חרבMeaning: drought; also a cutting instrument (from its destructive effect), as a knife, sword, or other sharp implement. Usage: axe, dagger, knife, mattock, sword, tool.ChRB2719
חרבMeaning: parched or ruined. Usage: desolate, dry, waste.ChRB2720
חרבMeaning: drought or desolation. Usage: desolation, drought, dry, heat, × utterly, waste.ChRB2721
חרבMeaning: Choreb, a (generic) name for the Sinaitic mountains. Usage: Horeb.ChRB2722
יוצדקMeaning: Jotsadak, an Israelite. Usage: Jozadak.IVTsDQ3136
לצץMeaning: to deride. Usage: scorn.LTsTs3945
מפץMeaning: a smiting to pieces. Usage: slaughter.MPTs4660
מפץMeaning: a smiter, i. e. a war club. Usage: battle ax.MPTs4661
נסקMeaning: to go up. Usage: ascend.NSQ5266
נסקMeaning: Usage: take up.NSQ5267
נעמןMeaning: pleasantness (plural as concrete). Usage: pleasant.NOMN5282
נעמןMeaning: Naaman, the name of an Israelite and of a Damascene. Usage: Naaman.NOMN5283
סעףMeaning: to disbranch (a tree). Usage: top.SOP5586
סעףMeaning: divided (in mind), i. e. (abstractly) a sentiment. Usage: opinion.SOP5587
סעףMeaning: divided (in mind), i. e. (concretely) a skeptic. Usage: thought.SOP5588
עליצותMeaning: exultation. Usage: rejoicing.OLITsVTh5951
עמקMeaning: to be (causatively, make) deep (literally or figuratively). Usage: (be, have, make, seek) deep(-ly), depth, be profound.OMQ6009
עמקMeaning: a vale (i. e. broad depression). Usage: dale, vale, valley (often used as a part of proper names). OMQ6010
עמקMeaning: depth. Usage: depth.OMQ6011
עמקMeaning: deep (literally or figuratively). Usage: deeper, depth, strange.OMQ6012
עמקMeaning: deep (literally or figuratively). Usage: (× exceeding) deep (thing).OMQ6013
ענמיםMeaning: Anamim, a son of Mizraim and his descendants, with their country. Usage: Anamim.ONMIM6047
ענמלךMeaning: Anammelek, an Assyrian deity. Usage: Anammelech.ONMLK6048
עפניMeaning: an Ophnite (collectively) or inhabitants of Ophen. Usage: Ophni.OPNI6078
עצןMeaning: a spear. Usage: Eznite (from the margin).OTsN6112
פלצותMeaning: affright. Usage: fearfulness, horror, trembling.PLTsVTh6427
פצםMeaning: to rend (by earthquake). Usage: break.PTsM6480
צנעMeaning: to humiliate. Usage: humbly, lowly.TsNO6800
צעןMeaning: to load up (beasts), i. e. to migrate. Usage: be taken down.TsON6813
צעןMeaning: Tsoan, a place in Egypt. Usage: Zoan.TsON6814
קדמוניMeaning: (of time) anterior or (of place) oriental. Usage: ancient, they that went before, east, (thing of) old.QDMVNI6931
קינןMeaning: Kenan, an antediluvian. Usage: Cainan, Kenan.QINN7018
קניןMeaning: creation, i. e. (concretely) creatures; also acquisition, purchase, wealth. Usage: getting, goods, × with money, riches, substance.QNIN7075
קשקשתMeaning: a scale (of a fish); hence a coat of mail (as composed of or covered with jointed plates of metal). Usage: mail, scale.QShQShTh7193
רגזMeaning: to quiver (with any violent emotion, especially anger or fear). Usage: be afraid, stand in awe, disquiet, fall out, fret, move, provoke, quake, rage, shake, tremble, trouble, be wroth.RGZ7264
רגזMeaning: Usage: provoke unto wrath.RGZ7265
רגזMeaning: violent anger. Usage: rage.RGZ7266
רגזMeaning: commotion, restlessness (of a horse), crash (of thunder), disquiet, anger. Usage: fear, noise, rage, trouble(-ing), wrath.RGZ7267
רגזMeaning: timid. Usage: trembling.RGZ7268
רההMeaning: to fear. Usage: be afraid.RHH7297
רודMeaning: to tramp about, i. e. ramble (free or disconsolate). Usage: have the dominion, be lord, mourn, rule.RVD7300
רותMeaning: Ruth, a Moabitess. Usage: Ruth.RVTh7327
רחבMeaning: to broaden (intransitive or transitive, literal or figurative). Usage: be an en-(make) large(-ing), make room, make (open) wide.RChB7337
רחבMeaning: a width. Usage: breadth, broad place.RChB7338
רחבMeaning: a width, i. e. (concretely) avenue or area. Usage: broad place (way), street. RChB7339
רחבMeaning: Rechob, the name of a place in Syria, also of a Syrian and an Israelite. Usage: Rehob.RChB7340
רחבMeaning: width (literally or figuratively). Usage: breadth, broad, largeness, thickness, wideness.RChB7341
רחבMeaning: roomy, in any (or every) direction, literally or figuratively. Usage: broad, large, at liberty, proud, wide.RChB7342
רחבMeaning: Rachab, a Canaanitess. Usage: Rahab.RChB7343
ריMeaning: irrigation, i. e. a shower. Usage: watering.RI7377
שזרMeaning: to twist (a thread of straw). Usage: twine.ShZR7806
תורMeaning: to meander (causatively, guide) about, especially for trade or reconnoitring. Usage: chap(-man), sent to descry, be excellent, merchant(-man), search (out), seek, (e-) spy (out).ThVR8446
תורMeaning: a succession, i. e. a string or (abstractly) order. Usage: border, row, turn.ThVR8447
תורMeaning: a manner (as a sort of turn). Usage: estate.ThVR8448
תורMeaning: a ring-dove, often (figuratively) as a term of endearment. Usage: (turtle) dove.ThVR8449
תורMeaning: a bull. Usage: bullock, ox.ThVR8450
תחפנחסMeaning: Tachpanches, Techaphneches or Tachpenes, a place in Egypt. Usage: Tahapanes, Tahpanhes, Tehaphnehes.ThChPNChS8471

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The Shematria Gematria Calculator is a research tool for people engaged in the study of the Bible and other Occult texts.

Shematria converts words to numbers. It makes working out formal gematria calculations easier and faster to do. Shematria accepts calculations in Hebrew, Greek, Arabic & Roman scripts. The calculator only carries ciphers that have been proven to have been used in the Tanakh, the New Testament or the Book of the Law*.

The name 'Shematria' is a contraction of the words 'Shem' and 'Gematria'. in Hebrew the word 'Shem' means 'name'.

The name 'Shematria' has the same gematria value as the word 'Gematria'. A common title for God in Judaism is 'HaShem', meaning 'The Name' (of God).This calculator allows you to add and subtract as well as do simple division and multiplication (with single letters).

It will not count any numbers that you enter if they accompany letters. If you enter numbers only, it will check our database for other examples of words and calculations that match that number.

The Shematria database is curated. Please see our guidelines for submission to our database. The Shematria Gematria Search is an interlinear Bible that includes the gematria of every word. It can speak the verses in Hebrew or Greek for you to reveal poetic meter, rhyme, and other features of the text.

If you'd like to learn more about the formal system of Gematria, I recommend you read 'Behold! The Art and Practice of Gematria' by Bethsheba Ashe.


* With the exception of the Arabic cipher which is only experimental at the moment and has not yet been evaluated for use with texts such as the Quran.