Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Search Results

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Result of search for "7651":

472 'Eliysheba` el-ee-sheh'-bah from 410 and 7651 (in the sense of 7650); God of (the) oath; Elisheba, the wife of Aaron:--Elisheba.


884 B'er Sheba` be-ayr' sheh'-bah from 875 and 7651 (in the sense of 7650); well of an oath; Beer-Sheba, a place in Palestine:--Beer-shebah.
1339 Bath-Sheba` bath-sheh'-bah from 1323 and 7651 (in the sense of 7650); daughter of an oath; Bath-Sheba, the mother of Solomon:--Bath- sheba.
7620 shabuwa` shaw-boo'-ah or shabuan {shaw-boo'-ah}; also (feminine) shbu.ah {sheb-oo-aw'}; properly, passive participle of 7650 as a denominative of 7651; literal, sevened, i.e. a week (specifically, of years):--seven, week.
7650 shaba` shaw-bah' a primitive root; propr. to be complete, but used only as a denominative from 7651; to seven oneself, i.e. swear (as if by repeating a declaration seven times):--adjure, charge (by an oath, with an oath), feed to the full (by mistake for 7646), take an oath, X straitly, (cause to, make to) swear.
7651 sheba` sheh'-bah or (masculine) shibrah {shib-aw'}; from 7650; a primitive cardinal number; seven (as the sacred full one); also (adverbially) seven times; by implication, a week; by extension, an indefinite number:--(+ by) seven(-fold),-s, (-teen, -teenth), -th, times). Compare 7658.
7652 sheba` sheh'-bah the same as 7651; seven; Sheba, the name of a place in Palestine, and of two Israelites:--Sheba.
7655 shib`ah shib-aw' (Aramaic) corresponding to 7651:--seven (times).
7656 Shib`ah shib-aw' masculine of 7651; seven(-th); Shebah, a well in Palestine:--Shebah.
7657 shib`iym. shib-eem' multiple of 7651; seventy:--seventy, threescore and ten (+ -teen).
7658 shib`anah shib-aw-naw' prol. for the masculine of 7651; seven:--seven.
7659 shib`athayim shib-aw-thah'-yim dual (adverbially) of 7651; seven- times:--seven(-fold, times).

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