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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #3947 - לָקַח

Transliteration
lâqach
Phonetics
law-kakh'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1124
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to take, get, fetch, lay hold of, seize, receive, acquire, buy, bring, marry, take a wife, snatch, take away

1a) (Qal)

1a1) to take, take in the hand

1a2) to take and carry along

1a3) to take from, take out of, take, carry away, take away

1a4) to take to or for a person, procure, get, take possession of, select, choose, take in marriage, receive, accept

1a5) to take up or upon, put upon

1a6) to fetch

1a7) to take, lead, conduct

1a8) to take, capture, seize

1a9) to take, carry off

1a10) to take (vengeance)

1b) (Niphal)

1b1) to be captured

1b2) to be taken away, be removed

1b3) to be taken, brought unto

1c) (Pual)

1c1) to be taken from or out of

1c2) to be stolen from

1c3) to be taken captive

1c4) to be taken away, be removed

1d) (Hophal)

1d1) to be taken unto, be brought unto

1d2) to be taken out of

1d3) to be taken away

1e) (Hithpael)

1e1) to take hold of oneself

1e2) to flash about (of lightning)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1586 ‑ ἐκλέγω (ek‑leg'‑om‑ahee);  59 ‑ ἀγοράζω (ag‑or‑ad'‑zo);  71 ‑ ἄγω (ag'‑o);  142 ‑ αἴρω (ah'ee‑ro);  162 ‑ αἰχμαλωτεύω (aheekh‑mal‑o‑tew'‑o);  337 ‑ ἀναιρέω (an‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  385 ‑ ἀνασπάω (an‑as‑pah'‑o);  618 ‑ ἀπολαμβάνω (ap‑ol‑am‑ban'‑o);  622 ‑ ἀπόλλυμι (ap‑ol'‑loo‑mee);  667 ‑ ἀποφέρω (ap‑of‑er'‑o);  851 ‑ ἀφαιρέω (af‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  1097 ‑ γινώσκω (ghin‑oce'‑ko);  1209 ‑ δέχομαι (dekh'‑om‑ahee);  1544 ‑ ἐκβάλλω (ek‑bal'‑lo);  1627 ‑ ἐκφέρω (ek‑fer'o);  1806 ‑ ἐξάγω (ex‑ag'‑o);  1831 ‑ ἐξέρχομαι (ex‑er'‑khom‑ahee);  1856 ‑ ἐξωθέω (ex‑o‑theh'‑o, ex‑o'‑tho);  2007 ‑ ἐπιτίθημι (ep‑ee‑tith'‑ay‑mee);  2064 ‑ ἔρχομαι (er'‑khom‑ahee);  2192 ‑ ἔχω (ekh'‑o);  2564 ‑ καλέω (kal‑eh'‑o);  2598 ‑ καταβάλλω (kat‑ab‑al'‑lo);  2638 ‑ καταλαμβάνω (kat‑al‑am‑ban'‑o);  2865 ‑ κομίζω (kom‑id'‑zo);  2932 ‑ κτάομαι (ktah'‑om‑ahee);  3343 ‑ μεταπέμπω (met‑ap‑emp'‑o);  3346 ‑ μετατίθημι (met‑at‑ith'‑ay‑mee);  3811 ‑ παιδεύω (pahee‑dyoo'‑o);  3880 ‑ παραλαμβάνω (par‑al‑am‑ban'‑o);  4317 ‑ προσάγω (pros‑ag'‑o);  4327 ‑ προσδέχομαι (pros‑dekh'‑om‑ahee);  4355 ‑ προσλαμβάνω (pros‑lam‑ban'‑o);  4400 ‑ προχειρίζω (prokh‑i‑rid'‑zom‑ahee);  4815 ‑ συλλαμβάνω (sool‑lam‑ban'‑o);  4816 ‑ συλλέγω (sool‑leg'‑o);  4879 ‑ συναπάγω (soon‑ap‑ag'‑o);  4884 ‑ συναρπάζω (soon‑ar‑pad'‑zo);  5111 ‑ τολμάω (tol‑mah'‑o);  5342 ‑ φέρω (fer'‑o);  59 ‑ ἀγοράζω (ag‑or‑ad'‑zo);  1823 ‑ ἐξαστράπτω (ex‑as‑trap'‑to);  5394 ‑ φλογίζω (flog‑id'‑zo);  64 ‑ ἀγρεύω (ag‑rew‑'o);  1525 ‑ εἰσέρχομαι (ice‑er'‑khom‑ahee);  1807 ‑ ἐξαιρέω (ex‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  1096 ‑ γίνομαι (ghin'‑om‑ahee);  1521 ‑ εἰσάγω (ice‑ag'‑o);  353 ‑ ἀναλαμβάνω (an‑al‑am‑ban'‑o);  2983 ‑ λαμβάνω (lam‑ban'‑o);  3557 ‑ νοσφίζω (nos‑fid'‑som‑ahee);  
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143
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80
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56
Numbers
70
Deuteronomy
46
Joshua
22
Judges
44
Ruth
3
1 Samuel
79
2 Samuel
39
1 Kings
38
2 Kings
73
1 Chronicles
15
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16
Ezra
1
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7
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6
Job
17
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19
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21
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66
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65
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9
Joel
1
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6
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1
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2
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2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
7
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1
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Genesis
140
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78
Leviticus
56
Numbers
70
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
22
Judges
44
Ruth
3
1 Samuel
80
2 Samuel
39
1 Kings
37
2 Kings
72
1 Chronicles
15
2 Chronicles
16
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
7
Esther
6
Job
17
Psalms
13
Proverbs
19
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
65
Ezekiel
66
Hosea
9
Joel
1
Amos
6
Jonah
1
Micah
2
Zephaniah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
7
Malachi
1
HCS (947)
Genesis
139
Exodus
80
Leviticus
56
Numbers
69
Deuteronomy
43
Joshua
22
Judges
43
Ruth
3
1 Samuel
77
2 Samuel
38
1 Kings
38
2 Kings
70
1 Chronicles
15
2 Chronicles
15
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
7
Esther
6
Job
17
Psalms
13
Proverbs
19
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
64
Ezekiel
62
Hosea
8
Joel
1
Amos
6
Jonah
1
Micah
2
Zephaniah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
7
Malachi
1
BSB (1003)
Genesis
180
Exodus
80
Leviticus
56
Numbers
70
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
22
Judges
44
Ruth
3
1 Samuel
79
2 Samuel
39
1 Kings
38
2 Kings
72
1 Chronicles
15
2 Chronicles
16
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
7
Esther
6
Job
17
Psalms
13
Proverbs
19
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
65
Ezekiel
65
Hosea
9
Joel
1
Amos
6
Jonah
1
Micah
2
Zephaniah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
7
Malachi
1
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Genesis
141
Leviticus
56
Numbers
69
Deuteronomy
43
Joshua
22
Judges
44
Ruth
3
1 Samuel
78
2 Samuel
39
1 Kings
38
2 Kings
72
1 Chronicles
15
2 Chronicles
16
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
7
Esther
6
Job
16
Psalms
13
Proverbs
18
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
60
Ezekiel
63
Hosea
9
Joel
1
Amos
6
Jonah
1
Micah
2
Zephaniah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
7
Malachi
1
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Genesis
144
Exodus
79
Leviticus
53
Numbers
70
Deuteronomy
46
Joshua
22
Judges
43
Ruth
3
1 Samuel
80
2 Samuel
39
1 Kings
39
2 Kings
73
1 Chronicles
15
2 Chronicles
17
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
7
Esther
6
Job
15
Psalms
13
Proverbs
19
Isaiah
22
Jeremiah
65
Ezekiel
64
Hosea
9
Joel
1
Amos
6
Jonah
1
Micah
2
Zephaniah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
7
Malachi
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2319) hql (לקהה LQHh) AC: Take CO: Tong AB: ?: [from: ql- gathering]

V) hql (לקהה LQHh) - Take: [A generic verb with a wide application meaning to take] KJV (965): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael, Hophal, Pual) take, receive, fetch, bring, get, carry, marry, buy - Strongs: H3947 (לָקַח)

Nm) hql (לקהה LQHh) - Learning: In the sense of being received. KJV (9): doctrine, learning speech - Strongs: H3948 (לֶקַח)

am) hqlm (מלקהה MLQHh) - Tong: A tool for taking coals out of the fire. KJV (6): tong, snuffer - Strongs: H4457 (מַלְקָח)

acm) hfqlm (מלקוהה MLQWHh) - I. Jaw:As tongs for taking food. II. Prey:What is taken. KJV (8): prey, booty, jaw - Strongs: H4455 (מַלְקוֹחַיִם)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

לָקַח fut. יִקַּח, imp. לְקַח Exodus 29:1, more frequently קַח with ה parag. קְחָה Genesis 15:9, inf. absol. לָקוֹחַ Deuteronomy 31:26; Jeremiah 32:14, const. קַחַת with pref. לָקַחַת (to be distinguished from לָקַחַתְּ 2 fem. pret.), with suff. קַחְתִּי.

(1) to take i.q. λαμβάνω. (To this answer Arab. transp. لَحِقَ to stick together, to adhere, see Hithpael [“Maltese laqach, jylquach, Vassali, p. 430”], Gr. λάχω, λαγχάνω.) Prop. to take with the hand, to lay hold of, Genesis 3:22, 18:7, Genesis 18:8, 21:14, 27 Genesis 21:27, 22:6 Psalms 18:17, and so very often, with acc. of pers. and בְּ of member, Ezekiel 8:3, וַיִּקָּחֵנִי בְּצִיצִת ראֹשִׁי “and he took me by a lock of my head,” vorn behm Schopf (in Greek it would be τῆς κόμης, see Hist. of Bel, ver. 36). Then i.q. to take for oneself, with an acc. of thing and pers. Genesis 8:20, “and (Noah) took of all beasts.… and offered them for a burnt offering;” Genesis 2:15, “and God took Adam, and placed him in the garden;” Genesis 12:5, 16:3 Deuteronomy 4:20, 15:17 2 Samuel 2:8. In these and similar instances לָקַח, like Hom. λαβών (see Viger. Herm. page 352), often appears to be pleonastic; but yet it serves to describe the matter more fully, and to place it, as it were, before one’s eyes. Similarly, 2 Samuel 18:18, אַבְשָׁלוֹם לָקַח וַיַּצֶּב־בְּחַיָּיו אֶת־הַמַּצֶּבֶת “and Absalom took and set up for himself a column in his lifetime;” but Jeremiah 23:31, by the words “who take their tongues and utter prophecies,” it appears to be signified that the false prophets misused their tongues. Sometimes the dative לוֹ is added, to take for oneself, Genesis 7:2, 15:10 Leviticus 15:14, 29 Leviticus 15:29; Job 2:8. Specially

(a) לָקַח אִשָׁה to take a wife, Genesis 4:19, 6:2 12:19 19:14 Exodus 6:25; 1 Samuel 25:43, אִשָּׁה לִבְנוֹ לָקַח “he took a wife for (gave one to) his son,” spoken of the father of the bridegroom; Genesis 34:4; Exodus 21:10; Judges 14:2, Judges 14:3 ellipt. Exodus 34:16, לְבָנָיו וְלָקַחְתָּ (נָשִׁים) מִבְּנֹתָיו. In the later books the usual expression is נָשָׂא אִשָּׁה, which see.

(b) to take i.q. to take away (megnehmen), Genesis 14:12; Job 1:21; 1 Samuel 19:14, 20 1 Samuel 19:20; Genesis 27:35, “thy brother has taken away thy blessing;” Job 12:20, “he takes away the understanding of the ancients;” Psalms 31:14, לָקַחָת נַפְשִׁי “to take away my life;” Jeremiah 15:15, “take me not away (O God)”- Genesis 5:24, בִּי לָקַח אֹתוֹ אֱלֹהִים “for God had taken him away,” i.e. taken him away and received him to heaven; 2 Kings 2:3, 2 Kings 2:5.

(c) to take, i.q. to take possession of, to occupy, as a city, a hostile country, Numbers 21:25; Deuteronomy 3:14, 29:7. Metaph. Job 3:6, “let darkness seize upon that night;” Job 15:12, “wherefore does thy heart (thus) seize upon thee?” Also, to take, to captivate any one with blandishments, wisdom (jem. modurch einnehmen); Proverbs 6:25, 11:30.

(d) to send after, to fetch any one (holen, holen laffen), Genesis 20:2, וַיִקַּח אֶת־שָׂרָה “and he fetched Sarah;” Genesis 27:13, לֵךְ קַח לִי “go, fetch me;” Genesis 42:16; Numbers 23:11; Judges 11:5 also any thing, 2 Samuel 4:6, “they came to fetch wheat” (um Weizen zu holen); to bring any thing (bringen, hin-, herbringen), Genesis 18:5, Genesis 18:7, Genesis 18:8; Job 38:20 to bring, as an offering (darbringen), Genesis 15:10; Exodus 25:2, 35:5.

(2) to take, i.e. to receive, empfangen (i.q. λαμβάνειν, in Passow. lett. B), Numbers 23:20, “behold, I have received a blessing from God.” Specially

(a) to receive (aufnehmen) for care and protection, Psalms 49:16, 73:24.

(b) to receive with the ears, i.e. to perceive (vernehmen), Job 4:12, compare לֶקַח.

(c) to receive (i.q. to admit), e.g. prayers, counsel, Psalms 6:10; Proverbs 2:1, 4:10 24:32.

Niphal נִלְקַח pass. of Kal 1, letter b, 1 Samuel 4:11, seq.; 21:7 2 Kings 2:9, letter d; Esther 2:8, 16. More frequently in the passive signification are used

Pual, pret. לֻקַּח and fut.

Hophal יֻקַּח pass. of No. 1, to be taken, Genesis 3:19, 23 letter b, Isaiah 49:24, 25 Isaiah 49:25, 52:5 Judges 17:2 letter d, Genesis 12:15, 18:4.

Hithpael, part. אֵשׁ מִתְלַקַּחַת Exodus 9:24; Ezekiel 1:4, “a fire taking hold of itself,” as if a mass of fire; see Syn. הִתְלַבַּד.

Derivatives, קָחַח [?], מַקָּחָה, מַלְקוֹחַ, מֶלְקָחַיִם, [מַלְקָחַיִם, מֻקָּח pr.n. לִקְחִי], and

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List of Word Forms
אֶ֠קָּחֲךָ אֶלָּקַ֣ח אֶקְחָה־ אֶקַּ֔ח אֶקַּ֖ח אֶקַּ֛ח אֶקַּ֣ח אֶקַּ֥ח אֶקָּ֑ח אֶקָּ֔ח אֶקָּ֣חֲךָ֔ אלקח אקח אקחה־ אקחך בְּקַחְתֵּ֗ךְ בְּקַחְתּ֣וֹ בקחתו בקחתך הֲיֻקַּ֤ח הֲיֻקַּ֥ח הִלָּקְחֽוֹ׃ הִלָּקַח֙ הַלֹּקְחִ֣ים היקח הלקח הלקחו׃ הלקחים וְ֠לָקַח וְ֠לָקַחְתִּי וְ֠קַח וְאֶקְחָ֨ה וְאֶקַּ֖ח וְאֶקָּחֵ֑הוּ וְיִקְח֣וּ וְיִקְח֨וּ וְיִקְחוּ־ וְיִקַּ֣ח וְיִקָּחֶ֣הָ וְיִקָּחֶֽהָ׃ וְלָ֣קַחְתָּ֔ וְלָֽקְח֛וּ וְלָֽקְח֡וּ וְלָֽקְחוּ֙ וְלָֽקַחְתָּ֗ וְלָֽקַחְתָּ֙ וְלָֽקַחְתָּ֣ וְלָקְח֖וּ וְלָקְח֣וּ וְלָקְח֣וּ ׀ וְלָקְח֥וּ וְלָקְח֨וּ וְלָקְחָ֣ה וְלָקְחוּ֙ וְלָקְחוּ֩ וְלָקַ֕חַת וְלָקַ֖ח וְלָקַ֗ח וְלָקַ֛ח וְלָקַ֞ח וְלָקַ֣ח וְלָקַ֣חְנוּ וְלָקַ֣חְתִּי וְלָקַ֣חַת וְלָקַ֣חַתְּ וְלָקַ֤ח וְלָקַ֥ח וְלָקַ֥חְנוּ וְלָקַ֥חַת וְלָקַ֧ח וְלָקַ֧חַת וְלָקַ֨ח וְלָקַח֙ וְלָקַח֩ וְלָקַחְתִּ֞י וְלָקַחְתִּ֤י וְלָקַחְתִּ֥י וְלָקַחְתִּ֨י וְלָקַחְתִּי֩ וְלָקַחְתָּ֖ וְלָקַחְתָּ֗ וְלָקַחְתָּ֙ וְלָקַחְתָּ֞ וְלָקַחְתָּ֣ וְלָקַחְתָּ֤ וְלָקַחְתָּ֥ וְלָקַחְתָּ֨ וְלָקָֽחוּ׃ וְלֹקֵ֖חַ וְלֻקַּ֤ח וְנִקְחָ֤ה וְנִקְחָ֥ה וְקַ֣ח וְקַ֤ח וְקַ֥ח וְקַ֨ח וְקַ֨ח־ וְקַֽח־ וְקַח־ וְקָחֶ֔נּוּ וְתִקַּ֥ח וַ֝יִּקָּחֵ֗הוּ וַ֠יִּקְחוּ וַ֠יִּקַּח וַיִּ֨קְחוּ־ וַיִּ֨קָּחֶ֔הָ וַיִּ֨קָּחֻ֔הוּ וַיִּֽקַּֽח־ וַיִּקְח֕וּ וַיִּקְח֖וּ וַיִּקְח֗וּ וַיִּקְח֛וּ וַיִּקְח֞וּ וַיִּקְח֣וּ וַיִּקְח֤וּ וַיִּקְח֥וּ וַיִּקְח֧וּ וַיִּקְח֨וּ וַיִּקְחוּ֙ וַיִּקְחוּ֩ וַיִּקְחוּ־ וַיִּקַּ֔ח וַיִּקַּ֕ח וַיִּקַּ֖ח וַיִּקַּ֗ח וַיִּקַּ֛ח וַיִּקַּ֞ח וַיִּקַּ֡ח וַיִּקַּ֣ח וַיִּקַּ֣ח ׀ וַיִּקַּ֤ח וַיִּקַּ֥ח וַיִּקַּ֧ח וַיִּקַּ֨ח וַיִּקַּח֙ וַיִּקַּח֩ וַיִּקָּ֑ח וַיִּקָּֽח׃ וַיִּקָּח֔וּם וַיִּקָּחֵ֔ם וַיִּקָּחֵ֖נִי וַיִּקָּחֵ֗הוּ וַיִּקָּחֵ֙הוּ֙ וַיִּקָּחֵ֣הוּ וַיִּקָּחֵ֣נִי וַיִּקָּחֵ֥הוּ וַיִּקָּחֵֽהוּ׃ וַיִּקָּחֶ֔הָ וַיִּקָּחֶ֖הָ וַיִּקָּחֶ֗הָ וַיִּקָּחֶ֙הָ֙ וַיִּקָּחֻ֣הוּ וַיִּקָּחוּם֙ וַנִּקַּ֞ח וַנִּקַּח֙ וַתִּֽקַּֽח־ וַתִּלָּקַ֤ח וַתִּלָּקַ֨ח וַתִּקְחִ֛י וַתִּקְחִ֞י וַתִּקְחִ֣י וַתִּקַּ֗ח וַתִּקַּ֛ח וַתִּקַּ֞ח וַתִּקַּ֣ח וַתִּקַּ֤ח וַתִּקַּ֥ח וַתִּקַּ֧ח וַתִּקַּ֨ח וַתִּקַּח֙ וַתִּקַּח֩ וַתִּקַּח־ וַתִּקָּחֵ֑הוּ וַתִּקָּחֵ֑נִי וַתִּקָּחֵ֔ם וַתִּקָּחֶֽהָ וַתֻּקַּ֥ח וָ֠אֶקַּח וָֽאֶקְחָה֙ וָֽאֶקַּח֙ וָֽאֶקָּחֵ֑ם וָאֶקַּ֖ח וָאֶקַּ֞ח וָאֶקַּ֣ח וָאֶקַּ֤ח וָאֶקַּ֥ח וָאֶקַּֽח־ וָאֶקַּח֙ וּלְקַח֙ וּלְקַחְתִּ֑ים וּלְקַחְתִּ֣יךָ וּלְקַחְתֶּ֖ם וּלְקַחְתֶּ֞ם וּלְקַחְתֶּ֣ם וּלְקַחְתֶּ֧ם וּלְקַחְתֶּ֨ם וּלְקָח֔וּם וּלְקָח֣וּם וּלְקָחָ֥הּ וּקְח֣וּ ׀ וּקְח֧וּ וּקְח֨וּ וּקְחִ֣י וּקְחוּ־ ואקח ואקח־ ואקחה ואקחהו ואקחם ויקח ויקח־ ויקח׃ ויקחה ויקחה׃ ויקחהו ויקחהו׃ ויקחו ויקחו־ ויקחום ויקחם ויקחני ולקח ולקחה ולקחו ולקחו׃ ולקחום ולקחנו ולקחת ולקחתי ולקחתיך ולקחתים ולקחתם ונקח ונקחה וקח וקח־ וקחו וקחו־ וקחי וקחנו ותלקח ותקח ותקח־ ותקחה ותקחהו ותקחי ותקחם ותקחני יִּקָּחֲךָ֥ יִֽקַּֽח־ יִקְח֖וּ יִקְח֣וּ יִקְח֤וּ יִקְח֥וּ יִקַּ֖ח יִקַּ֛ח יִקַּ֣ח יִקַּ֤ח יִקַּ֥ח יִקַּ֧ח יִקַּ֨ח יִקַּח־ יִקָּ֑ח יִקָּ֑חוּ יִקָּ֔ח יִקָּ֔חוּ יִקָּ֗ח יִקָּֽח׃ יִקָּֽחוּ׃ יִקָּחֵ֑הוּ יִקָּחֵ֑נִי יִקָּחֵ֔הוּ יִקָּחֵ֣נִי יִקָּחֵ֪ה֫וּ יִקָּחֶ֑נּוּ יִקָּחֶֽךָ׃ יִקָּחֶֽנָּה׃ יִקָּ֑חוּ יֻקַּֽח־ יֻקָּ֑ח יֻקָּ֔ח יקח יקח־ יקח׃ יקחהו יקחו יקחו׃ יקחך יקחך׃ יקחנה׃ יקחנו יקחני לְ֠קַח לְֽקַח־ לְקַחְתִּ֑יו לְקַחְתִּ֔יךָ לְקַחְתִּ֙יךָ֙ לְקַחְתֵּ֥ךְ לְקַחְתֶּ֑ם לְקַחְתֶּ֧ם לְקַחְתָּ֔הּ לְקַחְתָּ֖נוּ לְקַחְתָּ֜הּ לְקַחְתָּ֥הּ לְקַחְתָּֽהּ׃ לְקַחְתּ֔וֹ לְקָחַ֜נִי לְקָחָ֔הּ לְקָחָ֗ם לְקָחָ֥הּ לְקָחָ֧הּ לְקֻחִ֣ים לִֽקְחִי־ לָ֠קַח לָ֫קָ֥ח לָ֭קַחַת לָֽקְח֔וּ לָֽקְחוּ֙ לָֽקְחוּ־ לָֽקַח־ לָק֔וֹחַ לָק֙וֹחַ֙ לָק֣וֹחַ לָקְח֖וּ לָקְח֗וּ לָקְח֛וּ לָקְח֜וּ לָקְח֞וּ לָקְח֣וּ לָקְח֥וּ לָקְחָ֖ה לָקְחָ֣ה לָקְחָה֙ לָקַ֑חַת לָקַ֔ח לָקַ֔חְתִּי לָקַ֔חְתָּ לָקַ֕ח לָקַ֖ח לָקַ֖חְנוּ לָקַ֖חַת לָקַ֗ח לָקַ֗חְתִּי לָקַ֗חַתְּ לָקַ֙חְתִּי֙ לָקַ֙חַת֙ לָקַ֛ח לָקַ֛חְנוּ לָקַ֛חְתִּי לָקַ֛חַת לָקַ֜ח לָקַ֜חְתִּי לָקַ֜חַת לָקַ֞ח לָקַ֣ח לָקַ֣חְתִּי לָקַ֣חְתָּ לָקַ֣חַת לָקַ֣ח ׀ לָקַ֤ח לָקַ֤חַת לָקַ֥ח לָקַ֥חְנוּ לָקַ֥חְתִּי לָקַ֥חְתָּ לָקַ֥חַת לָקַ֨ח לָקַ֨חַת לָקַֽחַת־ לָקַֽח־ לָקַח֙ לָקַח֩ לָקַחְתִּי֮ לָקָ֑ח לָקָ֑חְתִּי לָקָ֑חוּ לָקָ֔ח לָקָ֔חוּ לָקָֽח׃ לָקָֽחוּ׃ לָקֹ֗חַ לֹ֣קְחֵי לֹקְחֵ֣י לֹקֵ֙חַ֙ לֹקֵ֜חַ לֹקֵ֣חַ לֹקֵ֣חַֽ לֹקֵ֥חַ לֹקֵ֧חַ לֻֽקֳחָה־ לֻֽקַּֽח־ לֻקְּח֤וּ לֻקַּ֖ח לֻקַּ֥ח לֻקָּ֑חְתָּ לֻקָּ֔ח לֻקָּ֤ח לקוח לקח לקח־ לקח׃ לקחה לקחה־ לקחו לקחו־ לקחו׃ לקחי לקחי־ לקחים לקחם לקחנו לקחני לקחת לקחת־ לקחתה לקחתה׃ לקחתו לקחתי לקחתיו לקחתיך לקחתך לקחתם לקחתנו מִקַּ֣חַת מִקַּ֤חַת מִקַּ֥חַת מִתְלַקַּ֔חַת מִתְלַקַּ֖חַת מקחת מתלקחת נִֽקַּֽח־ נִלְקַ֖ח נִלְקָ֑ח נִלְקָ֔ח נִלְקָֽחָה׃ נִקְחָ֧ה נִקַּ֔ח נִקַּ֖ח נִקַּ֥ח נִקַּֽח־ נלקח נלקחה׃ נקח נקח־ נקחה קְח֖וּ קְח֛וּ קְח֞וּ קְח֣וּ קְח֤וּ קְח֥וּ קְח֨וּ קְחִ֥י קְחִי־ קְחַת־ קְחָ֥ה קְחֽוּ־ קְחוּ֙ קְחוּ־ קַ֖ח קַ֚ח קַ֞ח קַ֠ח קַ֣ח קַ֣חַת קַ֤ח קַ֥ח קַ֥חַת קַ֧ח קַ֨ח קַֽח־ קַחְתִּ֤י קַחְתֵּ֣ךְ קַח־ קָ֑חוּ קָ֚ח קָֽחֶם־ קָחֶ֗נּוּ קָחֶ֥נָּה קָחֶ֧נּוּ ׀ קָחָ֖ם קָחֻ֑הוּ קח קח־ קחה קחהו קחו קחו־ קחי קחי־ קחם קחם־ קחנה קחנו קחת קחת־ קחתי קחתך תִ֠קְחוּ תִ֭קָּחֶנּוּ תִּ֝קָּֽחֲךָ֗ תִּ֝קָּחֶ֗נּוּ תִּֽקַּֽח־ תִּֽקַּח־ תִּקְח֔וּ תִּקְח֖וּ תִּקְח֣וּ תִּקְח֥וּ תִּקְחִ֣י תִּקְחוּ־ תִּקַּ֖ח תִּקַּ֣ח תִּקַּ֣ח ׀ תִּקַּ֤ח תִּקַּ֥ח תִּקָּ֑ח תִּקָּ֑חוּ תִּקָּ֔ח תִּקָּ֔חוּ תִּקָּֽח׃ תִּקָּֽחוּ׃ תִּקָּחֵ֑נִי תִּקָּחֵֽנִי׃ תִּקָּחֶ֖נּוּ תִּקָּחֶ֣נָּה תִקְח֣וּ תִקְח֥וּ תִקַּ֣ח תִקַּ֤ח תִקַּ֥ח תִקַּח֙ תִקָּ֑ח תִקָּחֵ֑ם תקח תקח־ תקח׃ תקחו תקחו־ תקחו׃ תקחי תקחך תקחם תקחנה תקחנו תקחני תקחני׃ ’el·lā·qaḥ ’ellāqaḥ ’eq·ḥāh- ’eq·qā·ḥă·ḵā ’eq·qaḥ ’eq·qāḥ ’eqḥāh- ’eqqaḥ ’eqqāḥ ’eqqāḥăḵā bə·qaḥ·têḵ bə·qaḥ·tōw bekachTech bekachTo bəqaḥtêḵ bəqaḥtōw ekchah ekKach ekKachacha ellaKach hă·yuq·qaḥ hal·lō·qə·ḥîm hallokeChim hallōqəḥîm hayukKach hăyuqqaḥ hil·lā·qaḥ hil·lā·qə·ḥōw hillaKach hillakeCho hillāqaḥ hillāqəḥōw kach kaCham Kachat kachem kaChennah kaChennu kachTech kachTi Kachu kaChuhu keChah kechat kechi keChu lā·qa·ḥat lā·qa·ḥaṯ lā·qa·ḥaṯ- lā·qā·ḥə·tî lā·qā·ḥū lā·qaḥ lā·qāḥ lā·qaḥ- lā·qaḥ·nū lā·qaḥ·tā lā·qaḥ·tî lā·qə·ḥāh lā·qə·ḥū lā·qə·ḥū- lā·qō·aḥ lā·qō·w·aḥ laKach laKachat laKacheti laKachnu laKachta laKachti laKachu lakeChah lakeChu laKoach lāqaḥ lāqāḥ lāqaḥ- lāqaḥat lāqaḥaṯ lāqaḥaṯ- lāqāḥətî lāqaḥnū lāqaḥtā lāqaḥtî lāqāḥū lāqəḥāh lāqəḥū lāqəḥū- lāqōaḥ lāqōwaḥ lə·qā·ḥa·nî lə·qā·ḥāh lə·qā·ḥām lə·qaḥ lə·qaḥ- lə·qaḥ·tā·nū lə·qaḥ·tāh lə·qaḥ·têḵ lə·qaḥ·tem lə·qaḥ·tî·ḵā lə·qaḥ·tîw lə·qaḥ·tōw lə·qu·ḥîm Lekach lekaChah lekaCham lekaChani lekachTah lekachTanu lekachTech lekachTem lekachTicha lekachTiv lekachTo lekuChim ləqaḥ ləqaḥ- ləqāḥāh ləqāḥām ləqāḥanî ləqaḥtāh ləqaḥtānū ləqaḥtêḵ ləqaḥtem ləqaḥtîḵā ləqaḥtîw ləqaḥtōw ləquḥîm likchi liq·ḥî- liqḥî- lō·qê·aḥ lō·qə·ḥê loKeach lokeChei lōqêaḥ lōqəḥê lu·qo·ḥāh- lukKach lukKacheta lukkeChu lukochah luq·qā·ḥə·tā luq·qaḥ luq·qāḥ luq·qaḥ- luq·qə·ḥū luqoḥāh- luqqaḥ luqqāḥ luqqaḥ- luqqāḥətā luqqəḥū mikKachat miq·qa·ḥaṯ miqqaḥaṯ miṯ·laq·qa·ḥaṯ mitlakKachat miṯlaqqaḥaṯ nikChah nikkach nil·qā·ḥāh nil·qaḥ nil·qāḥ nilKach nilKachah nilqaḥ nilqāḥ nilqāḥāh niq·ḥāh niq·qaḥ niq·qaḥ- niqḥāh niqqaḥ niqqaḥ- qā·ḥām qa·ḥaṯ qā·ḥem- qā·ḥen·nāh qā·ḥen·nū qā·ḥū qā·ḥu·hū qaḥ qāḥ qaḥ- qaḥ·têḵ qaḥ·tî qāḥām qaḥaṯ qāḥem- qāḥennāh qāḥennū qaḥtêḵ qaḥtî qāḥū qāḥuhū qə·ḥāh qə·ḥaṯ- qə·ḥî qə·ḥî- qə·ḥū qə·ḥū- qəḥāh qəḥaṯ- qəḥî qəḥî- qəḥū qəḥū- tikChi tikChu tikkach tikkachacha tikkaChem tikkaCheni tikkaChennah tikkaChennu tikKachu tiq·ḥî tiq·ḥū ṯiq·ḥū tiq·ḥū- tiq·qā·ḥă·ḵā tiq·qā·ḥê·nî ṯiq·qā·ḥêm tiq·qā·ḥen·nāh tiq·qā·ḥen·nū ṯiq·qā·ḥen·nū tiq·qā·ḥū tiq·qaḥ tiq·qāḥ ṯiq·qaḥ ṯiq·qāḥ tiq·qaḥ- tiqḥî tiqḥū ṯiqḥū tiqḥū- tiqqaḥ tiqqāḥ ṯiqqaḥ ṯiqqāḥ tiqqaḥ- tiqqāḥăḵā ṯiqqāḥêm tiqqāḥênî tiqqāḥennāh tiqqāḥennū ṯiqqāḥennū tiqqāḥū ū·lə·qā·ḥāh ū·lə·qā·ḥūm ū·lə·qaḥ ū·lə·qaḥ·tem ū·lə·qaḥ·tî·ḵā ū·lə·qaḥ·tîm ū·qə·ḥî ū·qə·ḥū ū·qə·ḥū- ukeChi ukeChu uleKach ulekaChah ulekachTem ulekachTicha ulekachTim ulekaChum ūləqaḥ ūləqāḥāh ūləqaḥtem ūləqaḥtîḵā ūləqaḥtîm ūləqāḥūm ūqəḥî ūqəḥū ūqəḥū- vaekChah vaekKach vaekkaChem vaiyikChu vaiyikKach vaiyikkaCheha vaiyikkaChehu vaiyikkaChem vaiyikkaCheni vaiYikkaChuhu vaiyikkaChum vannikKach vattikChi vattikKach vattikkaCheha vattikkaChehu vattikkaChem vattikkaCheni vattillaKach vattukKach veekChah veekKach veekkaChehu vekach vekaChennu velaKach velaKachat velaKachnu velakachTa velakachTi velaKachu velakeChah velakeChu veloKeach velukKach venikChah vetikKach veyikChu veyikKach veyikkaCheha wā’eqḥāh wā’eqqaḥ wā’eqqaḥ- wā’eqqāḥêm wā·’eq·ḥāh wā·’eq·qā·ḥêm wā·’eq·qaḥ wā·’eq·qaḥ- wan·niq·qaḥ wanniqqaḥ wat·til·lā·qaḥ wat·tiq·ḥî wat·tiq·qā·ḥe·hā wat·tiq·qā·ḥê·hū wat·tiq·qā·ḥê·nî wat·tiq·qā·ḥêm wat·tiq·qaḥ wat·tiq·qaḥ- wat·tuq·qaḥ wattillāqaḥ wattiqḥî wattiqqaḥ wattiqqaḥ- wattiqqāḥehā wattiqqāḥêhū wattiqqāḥêm wattiqqāḥênî wattuqqaḥ way·yiq·ḥū way·yiq·ḥū- way·yiq·qā·ḥe·hā way·yiq·qā·ḥê·hū way·yiq·qā·ḥê·nî way·yiq·qā·ḥêm way·yiq·qā·ḥu·hū way·yiq·qā·ḥūm way·yiq·qaḥ way·yiq·qāḥ way·yiq·qaḥ- wayyiqḥū wayyiqḥū- wayyiqqaḥ wayyiqqāḥ wayyiqqaḥ- wayyiqqāḥehā wayyiqqāḥêhū wayyiqqāḥêm wayyiqqāḥênî wayyiqqāḥuhū wayyiqqāḥūm wə’eqḥāh wə’eqqaḥ wə’eqqāḥêhū wə·’eq·ḥāh wə·’eq·qā·ḥê·hū wə·’eq·qaḥ wə·lā·qa·ḥat wə·lā·qa·ḥaṯ wə·lā·qā·ḥū wə·lā·qaḥ wə·lā·qaḥ·nū wə·lā·qaḥ·tā wə·lā·qaḥ·tî wə·lā·qə·ḥāh wə·lā·qə·ḥū wə·lō·qê·aḥ wə·luq·qaḥ wə·niq·ḥāh wə·qā·ḥen·nū wə·qaḥ wə·qaḥ- wə·ṯiq·qaḥ wə·yiq·ḥū wə·yiq·ḥū- wə·yiq·qā·ḥe·hā wə·yiq·qaḥ wəlāqaḥ wəlāqaḥat wəlāqaḥaṯ wəlāqaḥnū wəlāqaḥtā wəlāqaḥtî wəlāqāḥū wəlāqəḥāh wəlāqəḥū wəlōqêaḥ wəluqqaḥ wəniqḥāh wəqaḥ wəqaḥ- wəqāḥennū wəṯiqqaḥ wəyiqḥū wəyiqḥū- wəyiqqaḥ wəyiqqāḥehā yikChu yikkach yikkachaCha yikkaChecha yikkaChehu yikkaCheni yikkaChennah yikkaChennu yikKachu yiq·ḥū yiq·qā·ḥă·ḵā yiq·qā·ḥê·hū yiq·qā·ḥe·ḵā yiq·qā·ḥê·nî yiq·qā·ḥen·nāh yiq·qā·ḥen·nū yiq·qā·ḥū yiq·qaḥ yiq·qāḥ yiq·qaḥ- yiqḥū yiqqaḥ yiqqāḥ yiqqaḥ- yiqqāḥăḵā yiqqāḥêhū yiqqāḥeḵā yiqqāḥênî yiqqāḥennāh yiqqāḥennū yiqqāḥū yukkach yuq·qāḥ yuq·qaḥ- yuqqāḥ yuqqaḥ-
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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