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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #1129 - בָּנָה

Transliteration
bânâh
Phonetics
baw-naw'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
255
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to build, rebuild, establish, cause to continue

1a) (Qal)

1a1) to build, rebuild

1a2) to build a house (i.e., establish a family)

1b) (Niphal)

1b1) to be built

1b2) to be rebuilt

1b3) established (of restored exiles) (figuratively)

1b4) established (made permanent)

1b5) to be built up (of childless wife becoming the mother of a family through the children of a concubine)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 3618 ‑ οἰκοδομέω (oy‑kod‑om‑eh'‑o);  1325 ‑ δίδωμι (did'‑o‑mee);  2311 ‑ θεμελιόω (them‑el‑ee‑o'‑o);  2476 ‑ ἵστημι (his'‑tay‑mee);  2682 ‑ κατασκήνωσις (kat‑as‑kay'‑no‑sis);  3619 ‑ οἰκοδομή (oy‑kod‑om‑ay');  4160 ‑ ποιέω (poy‑eh'‑o);  456 ‑ ἀνοικοδομέω (an‑oy‑kod‑om‑eh'‑o);  3618 ‑ οἰκοδομέω (oy‑kod‑om‑eh'‑o);  
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KJV (376)
Genesis
16
Exodus
5
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
11
Judges
7
Ruth
1
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
67
2 Kings
12
1 Chronicles
29
2 Chronicles
61
Ezra
10
Nehemiah
24
Job
5
Psalms
12
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
3
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
12
Jeremiah
23
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
16
Daniel
2
Hosea
1
Amos
4
Micah
2
Habakkuk
1
Zephaniah
1
Haggai
2
Zechariah
7
Malachi
3
NAS (373)
Genesis
18
Exodus
5
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
10
Judges
7
Ruth
1
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
67
2 Kings
11
1 Chronicles
29
2 Chronicles
59
Ezra
10
Nehemiah
24
Job
5
Psalms
12
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
3
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
12
Jeremiah
23
Ezekiel
16
Daniel
2
Hosea
1
Amos
4
Micah
2
Habakkuk
1
Zephaniah
1
Haggai
2
Zechariah
7
Malachi
3
HCS (375)
Genesis
16
Exodus
5
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
11
Judges
7
Ruth
1
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
67
2 Kings
12
1 Chronicles
29
2 Chronicles
60
Ezra
10
Nehemiah
24
Job
5
Psalms
12
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
3
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
12
Jeremiah
23
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
16
Daniel
2
Hosea
1
Amos
4
Micah
2
Habakkuk
1
Zephaniah
1
Haggai
2
Zechariah
7
Malachi
3
BSB (386)
Genesis
27
Exodus
5
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
11
Judges
7
Ruth
1
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
67
2 Kings
12
1 Chronicles
29
2 Chronicles
60
Ezra
10
Nehemiah
24
Job
5
Psalms
12
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
3
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
12
Jeremiah
23
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
16
Daniel
2
Hosea
1
Amos
4
Micah
2
Habakkuk
1
Zephaniah
1
Haggai
2
Zechariah
7
Malachi
3
ESV (359)
Genesis
16
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
10
Judges
7
Ruth
1
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
66
2 Kings
11
1 Chronicles
28
2 Chronicles
59
Ezra
9
Nehemiah
24
Job
5
Psalms
12
Proverbs
3
Ecclesiastes
3
Isaiah
11
Jeremiah
23
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
16
Daniel
2
Hosea
1
Amos
4
Micah
2
Habakkuk
1
Zephaniah
1
Haggai
2
Zechariah
7
Malachi
2
WEB (375)
Genesis
16
Exodus
5
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
11
Judges
7
Ruth
1
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
67
2 Kings
12
1 Chronicles
29
2 Chronicles
60
Ezra
10
Nehemiah
24
Job
5
Psalms
12
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
3
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
12
Jeremiah
23
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
16
Daniel
2
Hosea
1
Amos
4
Micah
2
Habakkuk
1
Zephaniah
1
Haggai
2
Zechariah
7
Malachi
3
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1037) nb (בנ BN) AC: Build CO: Tent panel AB: Intelligence: The pictograph b is a picture of the tent. The n is a picture of a sprouting seed and represents continuity as the seed continues the next generation. The combined meaning of these letters mean “the continuing of the house”. The tent was constructed of woven goat hair. Over time the sun bleaches and weakens the goat hair necessitating their continual replacement. Each year the women make a new panel, approximately3feet wide and the length of the tent. The old panel is removed (being recycled into a wall or floor) and the new strip is added to the tent. Since the tent is only replaced one small piece at a time the tent essentially lasts forever. (eng: beam - a component of construction with an exchange for the m and n; between - with the t added)

A) nb (בנ BN) AC: ? CO: Tent Panel AB: ?: There are many similarities between building a tent out of goat hair panels and the building of a house out of sons (The idea of building a house with sons can be seen in ge303) . Just as the tent panels are added to continue the tent, sons are born to the family to continue the family line. Just as the tent is continually being renewed with new panels, the family is continually being renewed with new sons.

Nm) nb (בנ BN) - Son: One who continues the family line. [Hebrew and Aramaic; Transforms to rbwhen used in the possessive] KJV (4925): son, children, old, first, man, young, stranger, people - Strongs: H1121 (בֵּן), H1123 (בֵּן), H1247 (בַּר)

Nf2 ) tnb (בנת BNT) - Daughter: Also a village that resides outside of the city walls as the daughter of the city. [df: tb] KJV (588): daughter, town, village, first, apple, branches, children, company, eye, old - Strongs: H1323 (בַּת)

im ) nbt (תבנ TBN) - Straw: When more permanent structures were built they were constructed of stones and bricks made of clay and straw, replacing the tent panels as the main component of construction for dwellings. KJV (17): straw, stubble, chaff - Strongs: H8401 (תֶּבֶן)

aim) nbtm (מתבנ MTBN) - Straw: When more permanent structures were built they were constructed of stones and bricks, made of clay and straw, replacing the tent panels as the main component of construction for dwellings. KJV (1): straw - Strongs: H4963 (מַתְבֵּן)

B) nnb (בננ BNN) AC: Build CO: Building AB: ?: The building of a family or a structure for housing the family.

bm) ninb (בנינ BNYN) - Building: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (8): building - Strongs: H1146 (בִּנְיָן), H1147 (בִּנְיָן)

C) nba (אבנ ABN) AC: Build CO: Stone AB: ?

Nf ) nba (אבנ ABN) - Stone: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (282): stone - Strongs: H68 (אֶבֶן), H69 (אֶבֶן), H70 (אֹבְנַיִם)

F) nbe (הבנ HBN) AC: ? CO: Hard AB: ?: The hardness of stone or brick.

Nm) nbe (הבנ HBN) - Ebony: A hard wood. KJV (1): ebony - Strongs: H1894 (הָבְנִים)

G) neb (בהנ BHN) AC: Build CO: Thumb AB: ?: The part of the body understood as the builder by the Hebrews.

Nf) neb (בהנ BHN) - Thumb: Also the big toe by extension. KJV (16): thumb, great toe - Strongs: H931 (בֹּהֶן)

H) enb (בנה BNH) AC: Build CO: Building AB: ?: A structure built for occupation.

V) enb (בנה BNH) - Build: To build or construct a building, home or family. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (398): (vf: Paal, Niphal) build, build up, builder, repair, set up, building, make, children - Strongs: H1124 (בְּנָא), H1129 (בָּנָה)

bf1) einb (בניה BNYH) - Building: KJV (1): building - Strongs: H1140 (בִּנְיָה)

hm) enbm (מבנה MBNH) - Structure: The framework of a building. KJV (1): frame - Strongs: H4011 (מִבְנֶה)

iff2) tinbt (תבנית TBNYT) - Pattern: A model or pattern for building something. KJV (20): pattern, likeness, form, similtude, figure - Strongs: H8403 (תַּבְנִית)

J) nfb (בונ BWN) AC: Plan CO: ? AB: Intelligence: The skill of the mind and hands to build. Before the tent is constructed the location and orientation must be carefully considered according to weather, view and size. The planning and building of a house, structure or family.

im) nfbt (תבונ TBWN) - Intelligence: One able to plan and build. KJV (43): understanding, discretion, reasons, skillfulness, wisdom - Strongs: H8394 (תּוֹבֻנָה)

M) nib (בינ BYN) AC: Plan CO: ? AB: Understand: The tent was usually divided into two parts, one for the females and the other for the male. The wall makes a distinction between the two sides. Understanding as the ability to discern between two or more things.

V) nib (בינ BYN) - Understand: KJV (170): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil) understand, cunning, skilful, teacher, taught, consider, perceive, wise, viewed, discern, prudent, consider - Strongs: H995 (בִּין)

Nm) nib (בינ BYN) - Between: As the wall is between the two sides of the tent. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (36): between, among, asunder, betwixt, within, out of, from - Strongs: H996 (בַּיִן), H997 (בֵּין), H1143 (בֵּנַיִם)

Nf1) enib (בינה BYNH) - Understanding: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (39): understanding, wisdom, knowledge, meaning, perfectly, understand - Strongs: H998 (בִּינָה), H999 (בִּינָה)

Adopted Roots:

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

בָּנָה fut. יִבְנֶה, with ו conv. וַיִבֶן and six times וַיִבְנֶה, וָאֶבְנֶה.

(1) to build, to erect, as a house, a temple, a city, walls, defences, Ezra 4:2 an altar, Genesis 8:20 a fane, Jeremiah 7:31 the deck of a ship, Ezekiel 27:5 once apparently of the foundation of a house, 1 Kings 6:1 where וַיִּבֶן; 2 Chronicles 3:1, is not ill explained וַיָּחֶל לִבְנוֹת. (Arab. بنا Aram. ܒܢܐܳ, בְּנָא id. Comp. אֶבֶן and אָמַן.) The material of which anything is built is commonly put in accus. 1 Kings 18:32, וַיִּבְנֶה אֶת־הָאֲבָנִים מִזְבֵּחֲ “and he built the stones into an altar,” i.e. erected an altar out of them. (Comp. Lehrgb. p. 813.) Exodus 20:25; Deuteronomy 27:6; 1 Kings 15:22 more rarely with the prefix בְּ ibid. fin. Constr. also

(a) with an acc. of place on which one builds (Germ. etwas bebauen). 1 Kings 6:15, 16:24.

(b) with an acc. of person, and it signifies to build a house for any one, i.e. to give him a stable abode; and figuratively, to cause him to prosper; (as to another sense of the phrase, see No. 3). Jeremiah 24:6, “I will bring them back into this land, וּבְנִיתִים וְלֹא אֶהֱרֹס וּנְטַעְתּים וְלֹא אֶתּוֹשׁ and I will build them up and not pull them down, I will plant and will not root up,” i.e. “I will give them a fixed abode and cause them to prosper.” Jeremiah 31:4, 33:7 42:10 Psalms 28:5. (Arab. بنا to benefit any one.)

(c) followed by בְּ, to be occupied in building any thing, an etwas bauen. Nehemiah 4:4, 11 Zechariah 6:15. Compare בְּ A, 2,

(d), followed by עַל for, to obstruct. Lamentations 3:5, “(God) hath builded against me,” obstructed me, i.e. shut up my way on every side, so that I cannot go out, comp. גָּדַר verses,.-Figuratively, to form a person, Genesis 2:22.

(2) to restore, rebuild (a ruined house or city), Amos 9:14. Psalms 122:3, “O Jerusalem, rebuilt!” Psalms 147:2; Joshua 6:26; 1 Kings 16:34; 2 Kings 14:22. Comp. בָּנָה תֳרָבוֹת under תָרְבָּה. Used of the fortification of a city, 1 Kings 15:17.

(3) בָּנָה בַיִת לְ to build a house for any one is equivalent to, to give him offspring and descendants (see בַּיִת No. 8, and Niphal No. 3). House is by a common Eastern metaphor applied to family and children, and he who begets children is said to build a house. Hence בֵּן a son, so called from the idea of building, i.e. begetting. The same metaphor is carried out in Plaut. Mostell. i. 2, 37.

Niphal

(1) pass. Kal No. 1, to be built, Numbers 13:22; Deuteronomy 13:17 with an acc. of material, 1 Kings 6:7. Men are said to be built, when set in a fixed abode and in prosperity (see Kal No. 1, b), Jeremiah 12:16; Malachi 3:15; Job 22:23. As to another metaphor, see No. 3.

(2) pass. Kal No. 2, to be rebuilt, Isaiah 44:28.

(3) a woman is said to be built, if her house is built, i.e. when she has offspring (see Kal No. 3). Genesis 16:2, אוּלַי אִבָּנֶּה מִמֶּנָּה “perhaps I may be built by her,” i.e. I may have children by the aid of this handmaid. Genesis 30:3.

Derived nouns are, בֵּן, בַּת, בִּנְיָה, בִּנְיָן, מִבְנֶה, תַּבְנִית, as well as many proper names, as בִּנּוּי, בָּנִי, בְּנָיָה, בְּנָיָהוּ, יַבְנֶה, יַבְנְאֵל, יִבְנְיָה, מְבֻנַּי.

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List of Word Forms
אִבָּנֶ֖ה אֶבְנֵךְ֙ אֶבְנֶה־ אבנה אבנה־ אבנך בְּֽנֵה־ בְּהִבָּ֣נֹת֔וֹ בְּהִבָּנֹתֽוֹ׃ בְּנ֣וֹת בְּנ֤וּ בְּנ֥וֹת בְּנ֥וּ בְּנ֧וֹת בְּנִיתֶ֖ם בְּנֵה־ בְּנֽוּ־ בְּנוּיִֽם׃ בְנִיתֶ֔ם בְנִיתֶ֥ם בִּבְנֹֽתְכֶ֤ם בִּבְנֽוֹתְכֶ֤ם בִּבְנוֹתַ֤יִךְ בָּ֠נָה בָּ֣נוּ בָּֽנָה־ בָּנ֔וּ בָּנ֖וּ בָּנ֖וּי בָּנ֣וּ בָּנ֤וּ בָּנְתָ֣ה בָּנִ֔תָה בָּנִ֙יתִי֙ בָּנִ֣יתִי בָּנִ֤יתִי בָּנִ֥יתִי בָּנִ֥תִי בָּנִֽיתִי׃ בָּנִית֙ בָּנָ֑ה בָּנָ֔ה בָּנָ֖ה בָּנָ֛ה בָּנָ֜ה בָּנָ֣ה בָּנָ֤ה בָּנָ֥ה בָּנָ֧ה בָּנָ֨ה בָּנָֽה׃ בָּנֹ֥ה בָּנֽוּ׃ בָנ֔וּהוּ בָנ֖וּ בָנ֣וּ בָנִ֙יתִי֙ בָנִ֛יתִי בָנִֽיתָ׃ בָנָ֔ה בָנָ֣ה בֹּ֣נֶה בֹּנֵ֧י בֹּנֶ֤ה בֹּנֶ֥ה בֹּנַ֕יִךְ בֹנֶ֗ה בָּנִ֥יתִי בּוֹנִ֔ים בּוֹנִ֣ים בּוֹנֵ֣ה בֽוֹנֶה־ בבנותיך בבנותכם בבנתכם בהבנתו בהבנתו׃ בוֹנִים֙ בוֹנֶ֖ה בוֹנָ֣יו בונה בונה־ בוניו בונים בנה בנה־ בנה׃ בנו בנו־ בנו׃ בנוהו בנוי בנוים׃ בנות בני בניך בנית בנית׃ בניתי בניתי׃ בניתם בנתה בנתי הַבְּנוּיָ֑ה הַבָּנֽוּי׃ הַבֹּנִ֖ים הַבּוֹנִ֑ים הַבּוֹנִ֧ים הַבּוֹנִֽים׃ הַבּוֹנֶ֤ה הַנִּבְנֶ֥ה הבונה הבונים הבונים׃ הבנוי׃ הבנויה הבנים הנבנה וְ֭יִבְנֶה וְֽנִבְנֵ֔ית וְאִבָּנֶ֥ה וְאֶבְנֶֽנָּה׃ וְאֶבְנֶה־ וְהַ֨בּוֹנִ֔ים וְיִ֗בֶן וְלִבְנ֖וֹת וְלִבְנ֤וֹת וְלַבֹּנִ֔ים וְלַבֹּנִ֖ים וְנִבְנ֖וּ וְנִבְנְתָ֤ה וְנִבְנְתָ֥ה וְנִבְנְתָה֙ וְנִבְנֶ֣ה וְנִבְנֶה֙ וַיִּ֖בֶן וַיִּ֙בֶן֙ וַיִּ֛בֶן וַיִּ֜בֶן וַיִּ֣בֶן וַיִּ֤בֶן וַיִּ֥בֶן וַיִּ֧בֶן וַיִּ֨בֶן וַיִּֽבֶן־ וַיִּבְנ֕וּ וַיִּבְנ֖וּ וַיִּבְנ֣וּ וַיִּבְנ֥וּ וַיִּבְנ֨וּ וַיִּבְנֵ֖הוּ וַיִּבְנֶ֣ה וַיִּבְנֶ֥ה וַיִּבְנֶ֧ה וַיִּבְנֽוּ־ וַיִּבְנוּ֙ וַיִּבְנוּ֩ וַיִּבְנוּ־ וַיִּבֶן֩ וַנִּבְנֶה֙ וַתִּ֥בֶן וַתִּ֧בֶן וַתִּבְנִי־ וָאֶבְנֶ֣ה וּבְנ֣וּ וּבְנִיתִ֖יהָ וּבְנִיתִים֙ וּבְנִתִ֖ים וּבְנוּ֙ וּבִבְנ֣וֹת וּבָנ֞וּ וּבָנ֤וּ וּבָנ֥וּ וּבָנִ֑ינוּ וּבָנִ֔ינוּ וּבָנִ֙יתָ֙ וּבָנִ֣יתָ וּבָנִ֤יתִי וּבָנִ֤יתָ וּבָנִ֥יתָ וּבָנִ֨יתִי וּבָנִ֨יתָ וּבָנָ֖ה וּבָנָ֞ה וּבָנָ֥ה וּבָנוּ֙ וּבֹנֵ֥י וּבוֹנִ֑ים ואבנה ואבנה־ ואבננה׃ ובבנות ובונים ובנה ובנו ובני ובנינו ובנית ובניתי ובניתיה ובניתים ובנתים והבונים ויבן ויבן־ ויבנה ויבנהו ויבנו ויבנו־ ולבנות ולבנים ונבנה ונבנו ונבנית ונבנתה ותבן ותבני־ יִֽבְנֶה־ יִבְנ֖וּ יִבְנֵֽם׃ יִבְנֶ֔נּוּ יִבְנֶ֖ה יִבְנֶ֙נּוּ֙ יִבְנֶ֞ה יִבְנֶ֤ה יִבְנֶ֥ה יִבְנֶ֨ה יִבְנֶ֬ה יִבְנֶה־ יִבְנוּ֙ יִבֶנֵֽהוּ׃ יִבָּ֣נֶה יִבָּנֶ֑ה יִבָּנֶֽה׃ יבנה יבנה־ יבנה׃ יבנהו׃ יבנו יבנם׃ יבננו לְהִבָּנֽוֹת׃ לִבְנ֔וֹת לִבְנ֖וֹת לִבְנ֞וֹת לִבְנ֣וֹת לִבְנ֤וֹת לִבְנ֥וֹת לִבְנֹ֖ת לִבְנֹ֥ת לִבְנֽוֹת־ לִבְנֽוֹת׃ לִבְנוֹת֩ לבנות לבנות־ לבנות׃ לבנת להבנות׃ מִבְּנ֖וֹת מבנות נִבְנְתָ֔ה נִבְנְתָה֙ נִבְנֶ֑ה נִבְנֶ֗ה נִבְנֶ֣ה נִבְנֶ֣ה ׀ נִבְנֶ֥ה נִבְנֶה־ נִבְנָ֑ה נִבְנָ֥ה נִבְנוּ֙ נבנה נבנה־ נבנו נבנתה תִּ֝בְנֶ֗ה תִּבְנֶ֔ה תִּבְנֶ֖ה תִּבְנֶה־ תִּבְנוּ־ תִּבָּנֶ֑ה תִּבָּנֶ֔ה תִּבָּנֶ֔ינָה תִּבָּנֶ֥ה תִּבָּנֶֽינָה׃ תִבְנ֗וּ תִבְנֶ֖ה תִבְנֶ֥ה תִבְנֶה֙ תִבָּנֶ֖ה תבנה תבנה־ תבנו תבנו־ תבנינה תבנינה׃ ’eḇ·neh- ’eḇ·nêḵ ’eḇneh- ’eḇnêḵ ’ib·bā·neh ’ibbāneh bā·nāh ḇā·nāh bā·nāh- bā·nə·ṯāh ḇā·nî·ṯā bā·ni·ṯāh bā·ni·ṯî bā·nî·ṯî ḇā·nî·ṯî bā·nîṯ bā·nōh bā·nū ḇā·nū ḇā·nū·hū bā·nui baNah bānāh ḇānāh bānāh- baneTah bānəṯāh baNit bānîṯ ḇānîṯā baNitah bāniṯāh baNiti bāniṯî bānîṯî ḇānîṯî baNoh bānōh baNu bānū ḇānū ḇānūhū baNui bānui bə·hib·bā·nō·ṯōw bə·nêh- bə·nî·ṯem ḇə·nî·ṯem bə·nō·wṯ bə·nū bə·nū- bə·nū·yim behibBanoTo bəhibbānōṯōw beneh bənêh- beniTem bənîṯem ḇənîṯem beNot bənōwṯ benu bənū bənū- benuYim bənūyim biḇ·nō·ṯə·ḵem biḇ·nō·w·ṯa·yiḵ biḇ·nō·wṯ·ḵem biḇnōṯəḵem biḇnōwṯayiḵ biḇnōwṯḵem bivnoTayich bivnotChem bivnoteChem bō·na·yiḵ bō·nê bō·neh ḇō·neh ḇō·w·nāw bō·w·nêh ḇō·w·neh ḇō·w·neh- bō·w·nîm ḇō·w·nîm boNayich bōnayiḵ bōnê Boneh bōneh ḇōneh boNei boNim ḇōwnāw bōwnêh ḇōwneh ḇōwneh- bōwnîm ḇōwnîm evneCh evneh hab·bā·nui hab·bə·nū·yāh hab·bō·nîm hab·bō·w·neh hab·bō·w·nîm habbaNui habbānui habbenuYah habbənūyāh habboNeh habboNim habbōnîm habbōwneh habbōwnîm han·niḇ·neh hanniḇneh hannivNeh ibbaNeh lə·hib·bā·nō·wṯ lehibbaNot ləhibbānōwṯ liḇ·nō·wṯ liḇ·nō·wṯ- liḇ·nōṯ liḇnōṯ liḇnōwṯ liḇnōwṯ- livNot mib·bə·nō·wṯ mibbeNot mibbənōwṯ niḇ·nāh niḇ·nə·ṯāh niḇ·neh niḇ·neh- niḇ·nū niḇnāh niḇneh niḇneh- niḇnəṯāh niḇnū nivNah nivneh nivneTah nivNu tib·bā·ne·nāh tib·bā·neh ṯib·bā·neh tiḇ·neh ṯiḇ·neh tiḇ·neh- ṯiḇ·nū tiḇ·nū- tibbaNeh tibbāneh ṯibbāneh tibbaNeinah tibbānenāh tiḇneh ṯiḇneh tiḇneh- ṯiḇnū tiḇnū- tivNeh tivnu ū·ḇā·nāh ū·ḇā·nî·nū ū·ḇā·nî·ṯā ū·ḇā·nî·ṯî ū·ḇā·nū ū·ḇə·nî·ṯî·hā ū·ḇə·ni·ṯîm ū·ḇə·nî·ṯîm ū·ḇə·nū ū·ḇiḇ·nō·wṯ ū·ḇō·nê ū·ḇō·w·nîm ūḇānāh ūḇānînū ūḇānîṯā ūḇānîṯî ūḇānū ūḇənîṯîhā ūḇəniṯîm ūḇənîṯîm ūḇənū ūḇiḇnōwṯ ūḇōnê ūḇōwnîm uvaNah uvaNinu uvaNita uvaNiti uvaNu uveniTiha uveniTim uveNu uvivNot uvoNei uvoNim vaevNeh vaiyiVen vaiyivNeh vaiyivNehu vaiyivNu vaNah vaNita vaNiti vannivNeh vaNu vaNuhu vatTiven vattivni veevneh veevNennah veHabboNim veibbaNeh velabboNim velivNot veniTem venivNeh venivNeit venivneTah venivNu veYiven Veyivneh voNav voNeh voNim wā’eḇneh wā·’eḇ·neh wan·niḇ·neh wanniḇneh wat·ti·ḇen wat·tiḇ·nî- wattiḇen wattiḇnî- way·yi·ḇen way·yi·ḇen- way·yiḇ·nê·hū way·yiḇ·neh way·yiḇ·nū way·yiḇ·nū- wayyiḇen wayyiḇen- wayyiḇneh wayyiḇnêhū wayyiḇnū wayyiḇnū- wə’eḇneh- wə’eḇnennāh wə’ibbāneh wə·’eḇ·neh- wə·’eḇ·nen·nāh wə·’ib·bā·neh wə·hab·bō·w·nîm wə·lab·bō·nîm wə·liḇ·nō·wṯ wə·niḇ·nə·ṯāh wə·niḇ·neh wə·niḇ·nêṯ wə·niḇ·nū wə·yi·ḇen wə·yiḇ·neh wəhabbōwnîm wəlabbōnîm wəliḇnōwṯ wəniḇneh wəniḇnêṯ wəniḇnəṯāh wəniḇnū wəyiḇen wəyiḇneh yi·ḇe·nê·hū yib·bā·neh yiḇ·neh yiḇ·neh- yiḇ·nêm yiḇ·nen·nū yiḇ·nū yibbaNeh yibbāneh yiḇenêhū yiḇneh yiḇneh- yiḇnêm yiḇnennū yiḇnū yiveNehu yivNeh yivNem yivNennu yivNu
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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