Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Search Results

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Result of search for "7151":

7149 qirya' keer-yaw' (Aramaic) or qiryah (Aramaic) {keer-yaw'}; corresponding to 7151:--city.


7151 qiryah kir-yaw' from 7136 in the sense of flooring, i.e. building; a city:--city.
7152 Qriyowth ker-ee-yoth' plural of 7151; buildings; Kerioth, the name of two places in Palestine:--Kerioth, Kirioth.
7153 Qiryath `Arba` keer-yath' ar-bah' or (with the article interposed) Qiryath ha- Arbaw (Neh. 11:25) {keer-yath' haw-ar-bah'}; from 7151 and 704 or 702; city of Arba, or city of the four (giants); Kirjath-Arba or Kirjath-ha-Arba, a place in Palestine:--Kirjath-arba.
7154 Qiryath Ba`al keer-yath' bah'-al from 7151 and 1168; city of Baal; Kirjath-Baal, a place in Palestine:--Kirjath-baal.
7155 Qiryath Chutsowth keer-yath' khoo-tsoth' from 7151 and the feminine plural of 2351; city of streets; Kirjath-Chutsoth, a place in Moab:--Kirjath-huzoth.
7156 Qiryathayim keer-yaw-thah'-yim dual of 7151; double city; Kirjathaim, the name of two placed in Palestine:--Kiriathaim, Kirjathaim.
7157 Qiryath Y`ariym keer-yath' yeh-aw-reem' or (Jer. 26:20) with the article interposed; or (Josh. 18:28) simply the former part of the word; or Qiryath tAriym {keer-yath' aw-reem'}; from 7151 and the plural of 3293 or 5892; city of forests, or city of towns; Kirjath-Jearim or Kirjath-Arim, a place in Palestine:--Kirjath, Kirjath-jearim, Kirjath-arim.
7158 Qiryath Cannah keer-yath' san-naw' or Qiryath Cepher {keer-yath' say-fer}; from 7151 and a simpler feminine from the same as 5577, or (for the latter name) 5612; city of branches, or of a book; Kirjath-Sannah or Kirjath-Sepher, a place in Palestine:--Kirjath-sannah, Kirjath-sepher.
7741 Shaveh Qiryathayim shaw-vay' kir-yaw-thah'-yim from the same as 7740 and the dual of 7151; plain of a double city; Shaveh-Kirjathajim, a place East of the Jordan:--Shaveh Kiriathaim.

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