Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Search Results

Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Search Results


Result of search for "7495":

3416 Yirp'el yir-peh-ale' from 7495 and 410; God will heal; Jirpeel, a place in Palestine:--Irpeel.


4832 marpe' mar-pay' from 7495; properly, curative, i.e. literally (concretely) a medicine, or (abstractly) a cure; figuratively (concretely) deliverance, or (abstractly) placidity:--((in-))cure(-able), healing(-lth), remedy, sound, wholesome, yielding.
7495 rapha' raw-faw' or raphah {raw-faw'}; a primitive root; properly, to mend (by stitching), i.e. (figuratively) to cure:--cure, (cause to) heal, physician, repair, X thoroughly, make whole. See 7503.
7496 rapha' raw-faw' from 7495 in the sense of 7503; properly, lax, i.e. (figuratively) a ghost (as dead; in plural only):--dead, deceased.
7497 rapha' raw-faw' or raphah {raw-faw'}; from 7495 in the sense of invigorating; a giant:--giant, Rapha, Rephaim(-s). See also 1051.
7499 rphu'ah ref-oo-aw' feminine passive participle of 7495; a medicament:--heal(-ed), medicine.
7500 riph'uwth rif-ooth' from 7495; a cure:--health.
7501 Rpha'el ref-aw-ale' from 7495 and 410; God has cured; Rephael, an Israelite:--Rephael.
7503 raphah raw-faw' a primitive root; to slacken (in many applications, literal or figurative):--abate, cease, consume, draw (toward evening), fail, (be) faint, be (wax) feeble, forsake, idle, leave, let alone (go, down), (be) slack, stay, be still, be slothful, (be) weak(-en). See 7495.
7505 Raphuw' raw-foo' passive participle of 7495; cured; Raphu, an Israelite:--Raphu.
7509 Rphayah ref-aw-yaw' from 7495 and 3050; Jah has cured; Rephajah, the name of five Israelites:--Rephaiah.
8644 truwphah ter-oo-faw' from 7322 in the sense of its congener 7495; a remedy:--medicine.
8655 traphiym ter-aw-feme' plural from 7495; a healer; Teraphim (singular or plural) a family idol:--idols(-atry), images, teraphim.

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