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Biblical Gematria: 79
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WordTranslation & MeaningTransliterationStrong's Number
בית־דגוןMeaning: Beth-Dagon, the name of two places in Palestine. Usage: Beth-dagon.BIThDGVN1016
בעזMeaning: Boaz, the ancestor of David; also the name of a pillar in front of the temple. Usage: Boaz.BOZ1162
גבעתMeaning: Gibath. Usage: Gibeath.GBOTh1394
גועMeaning: to breathe out, i. e. (by implication) expire. Usage: die, be dead, give up the ghost, perish.GVO1478
גלוםMeaning: clothing (as wrapped). Usage: clothes.GLVM1545
גמולMeaning: treatment, i. e. an act (of good or ill); by implication, service or requital. Usage: as hast served, benefit, desert, deserving, that which he hath given, recompense, reward.GMVL1576
גמולMeaning: Gamul, an Israelite. Usage: Gamul. GMVL1577
דלילהMeaning: Delilah, a Philistine woman. Usage: Delilah.DLILH1807
דעהMeaning: knowledge. Usage: knowledge.DOH1844
חנכאMeaning: consecration. Usage: dedication.ChNKA2597
טלםMeaning: Telem, the name of a place in Idumaea, also of a temple doorkeeper. Usage: Telem.TLM2928
יחלאלMeaning: Jachleel, an Israelite. Usage: Jahleel.IChLAL3177
כושןMeaning: Cushan, a region of Arabia. Usage: Cushan.KVShN3572
מלטMeaning: properly, to be smooth, i. e. (by implication) to escape (as if by slipperiness); causatively, to release or rescue; specifically, to bring forth young, emit sparks. Usage: deliver (self), escape, lay, leap out, let alone, let go, preserve, save, × speedily, × surely.MLT4422
מלטMeaning: cement (from its plastic smoothness). Usage: clay.MLT4423
משאלהMeaning: a request. Usage: desire, petition.MShALH4862
סוחהMeaning: something swept away, i. e. filth. Usage: torn.SVChH5478
עדהMeaning: to advance, i. e. pass on or continue; causatively, to remove; specifically, to bedeck (i. e. bring an ornament upon). Usage: adorn, deck (self), pass by, take away.ODH5710
עדהMeaning: Adah, the name of two women. Usage: Adah.ODH5711
עדהMeaning: a stated assemblage (specifically, a concourse, or generally, a family or crowd). Usage: assembly, company, congregation, multitude, people, swarm. ODH5712
עדהMeaning: testimony. Usage: testimony, witness. ODH5713
עוגMeaning: to bake (round cakes on the hearth). Usage: bake.OVG5746
עוגMeaning: Og, a king of Bashan. Usage: Og.OVG5747
עושMeaning: to hasten. Usage: assemble self.OVSh5789
עזבMeaning: to loosen, i. e. relinquish, permit, etc. . Usage: commit self, fail, forsake, fortify, help, leave (destitute, off), refuse, × surely.OZB5800
עטMeaning: a stylus or marking stick. Usage: pen.OT5842
עשוMeaning: Esav, a son of Isaac, including his posterity. Usage: Esau.OShV6215
עתהMeaning: at this time, whether adverb, conjunction or expletive. Usage: henceforth, now, straightway, this time, whereas.OThH6258
שאלתיאלMeaning: Shealtiel, an Israelite. Usage: Shalthiel, Shealtiel.ShALThIAL7597
שאלתיאלMeaning: Usage: Shealtiel.ShALThIAL7598
שועMeaning: properly, to be free; but used only causatively and reflexively, to halloo (for help, i. e. freedom from some trouble). Usage: cry (aloud, out), shout.ShVO7768
שועMeaning: a halloo. Usage: cry, riches.ShVO7769
שועMeaning: Shua, a Canaanite. Usage: Shua, Shuah.ShVO7770
שועMeaning: a noble, i. e. liberal, opulent; also (as noun in the derived sense) a halloo. Usage: bountiful, crying, rich.ShVO7771
שועMeaning: Shoa, an Oriental people. Usage: Shoa.ShVO7772
שועMeaning: a halloo. Usage: cry.ShVO7773
שלוםMeaning: safe, i. e. (figuratively) well, happy, friendly; also (abstractly) welfare, i. e. health, prosperity, peace. Usage: × do, familiar, × fare, favour, friend, × great, (good) health, (× perfect, such as be at) peace(-able, -ably), prosper(-ity, -ous), rest, safe(-ty), salute, welfare, (× all is, be) well, × wholly.ShLVM7965
שלוםMeaning: a requital, i. e. (secure) retribution, (venal) a fee. Usage: recompense, reward.ShLVM7966
שלוםMeaning: Shallum, the name of fourteen Israelites. Usage: Shallum.ShLVM7967
תעהMeaning: to vacillate, i. e. reel or stray (literally or figuratively); also causative of both. Usage: (cause to) go astray, deceive, dissemble, (cause to, make to) err, pant, seduce, (make to) stagger, (cause to) wander, be out of the way.ThOH8582


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