|Biblical Gematria: 215|
|Word||Translation & Meaning||Transliteration||Strong's Number|
|אגורה||Meaning: properly, something gathered, i. e. perhaps a grain or berry; used only of a small (silver) coin. Usage: piece (of) silver.||AGVRH||95|
|אדיר||Meaning: wide or (generally) large; figuratively, powerful. Usage: excellent, famous, gallant, glorious, goodly, lordly, mighty(-ier one), noble, principal, worthy.||ADIR||117|
|אחור||Meaning: the hinder part; hence (adverb) behind, backward; also (as facing north) the West. Usage: after(-ward), back (part, -side, -ward), hereafter, (be-) hind(-er part), time to come, without.||AChVR||268|
|ארדי||Meaning: an Ardite (collectively) or descendant of Ard. Usage: Ardites.||ARDI||716|
|גביר||Meaning: a master. Usage: lord.||GBIR||1376|
|גזרה||Meaning: the figure or person (as if cut out); also an inclosure (as separated). Usage: polishing, separate place.||GZRH||1508|
|גזרה||Meaning: a desert (as separated). Usage: not inhabited.||GZRH||1509|
|גזרה||Meaning: a decree. Usage: decree.||GZRH||1510|
|זרח||Meaning: properly, to irradiate (or shoot forth beams), i. e. to rise (as the sun); specifically, to appear (as a symptom of leprosy). Usage: arise, rise (up), as soon as it is up.||ZRCh||2224|
|זרח||Meaning: a rising of light. Usage: rising.||ZRCh||2225|
|זרח||Meaning: Zerach, the name of three Israelites, also of an Idumaean and an Ethiopian prince. Usage: Zarah, Zerah.||ZRCh||2226|
|חברה||Meaning: an associate. Usage: other.||ChBRH||2273|
|חברה||Meaning: association. Usage: company.||ChBRH||2274|
|חרבה||Meaning: properly, drought, i. e. (by implication) a desolation. Usage: decayed place, desolate (place, -tion), destruction, (laid) waste (place).||ChRBH||2723|
|חרבה||Meaning: a desert. Usage: dry (ground, land).||ChRBH||2724|
|חרשת||Meaning: mechanical work. Usage: carving, cutting.||ChRShTh||2799|
|חרשת||Meaning: Charosheth, a place in Palestine. Usage: Harosheth.||ChRShTh||2800|
|טור||Meaning: a row; hence, a wall. Usage: row.||TVR||2905|
|טור||Meaning: a rock or hill. Usage: mountain.||TVR||2906|
|יהוצדק||Meaning: Jehotsadak, an Israelite. Usage: Jehozadek, Josedech.||IHVTsDQ||3087|
|ירה||Meaning: properly, to flow as water (i. e. to rain); transitively, to lay or throw (especially an arrow, i. e. to shoot); figuratively, to point out (as if by aiming the finger), to teach. Usage: ( ) archer, cast, direct, inform, instruct, lay, shew, shoot, teach(-er,-ing), through.||IRH||3384|
|יתרא||Meaning: Jithra, an Israelite (or Ishmaelite). Usage: Ithra.||IThRA||3501|
|מעמסה||Meaning: burdensomeness. Usage: burdensome.||MOMSH||4614|
|מעקה||Meaning: a parapet. Usage: battlement.||MOQH||4624|
|מצפה||Meaning: an observatory, especially for military purposes. Usage: watch tower.||MTsPH||4707|
|מצפה||Meaning: Mitspeh, the name of five places in Palestine. Usage: Mizpeh, watch tower.||MTsPH||4708|
|מצפה||Meaning: Mitspah, the name of two places in Palestine. Usage: Mitspah. (This seems rather to be only an orthographic variation of מצפה when in pause. )||MTsPH||4709|
|סעפה||Meaning: a twig or branch. Usage: bough.||SOPH||5589|
|צלמנה||Meaning: Tsalmonah, a place in the Desert. Usage: Zalmonah.||TsLMNH||6758|
|קעילה||Meaning: Keilah, a place in Palestine. Usage: Keilah.||QOILH||7084|
|ראית||Meaning: sight. Usage: beholding.||RAITh||7212|
|רגזה||Meaning: trepidation. Usage: trembling.||RGZH||7269|
|תורה||Meaning: a precept or statute, especially the Decalogue or Pentateuch. Usage: law.||ThVRH||8451|
|תורה||Meaning: a custom. Usage: manner.||ThVRH||8452|
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