Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Search Results

Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Search Results


Result of search for "4100":

1099 bliymah bel-ee-mah' from 1097 and 4100; (as indef.) nothing whatever:--nothing.


3964 ma' maw (Aramaic) corresponding to 4100; (as indef.) that:--+ what.
4069 madduwa` mad-doo'-ah or madduaa {mad-doo'-ah}; from 4100 and the passive participle of 3045; what (is) known?; i.e. (by implication) (adverbially) why?:--how, wherefore, why.
4078 madday mad-dah'-ee from 4100 and 1767; what (is) enough, i.e. sufficiently:--sufficiently.
4100 mah maw or mah {mah}; or ma {maw}; or ma {mah}; also meh {meh}; a primitive particle; properly, interrogative what? (including how? why? when?); but also exclamation, what! (including how!), or indefinitely what (including whatever, and even relatively, that which); often used with prefixes in various adverbial or conjunctive senses:--how (long, oft, (- soever)), (no-)thing, what (end, good, purpose, thing), whereby(-fore, -in, -to, -with), (for) why.
4101 mah maw (Aramaic) corresponding to 4100:--how great (mighty), that which, what(-soever), why.
4102 mahahh maw-hah' apparently a denominative from 4100; properly, to question or hesitate, i.e. (by implication) to be reluctant:--delay, linger, stay selves, tarry.
4310 miy me an interrogative pronoun of persons, as 4100 is of things, who? (occasionally, by a peculiar idiom, of things); also (indefinitely) whoever; often used in oblique construction with prefix or suffix:--any (man), X he, X him, + O that! what, which, who(-m, -se, -soever), + would to God.
4367 Maknadbay mak-nad-bah'-ee from 4100 and 5068 with a particle interposed; what (is) like (a) liberal (man)?; Maknadbai, an Israelite:--Machnadebai.
4478 man mawn from 4100; literally, a whatness (so to speak), i.e. manna (so called from the question about it):--manna.
4972 mattla'ah mat-tel-aw-aw' from 4100 and 8513; what a trouble!:--what a weariness.

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