Search results for "6031":

1196 Ba`anah bah-an-aw' from a derivative of 6031 with prepositional prefix; in affliction:--Baanah, the name of four Israelites:--Baanah.

4618 ma`anah mah-an-aw' from 6031, in the sense of depression or tilling; a furrow:--+ acre, furrow.
6030 `anah aw-naw' a primitive root; properly, to eye or (generally) to heed, i.e. pay attention; by implication, to respond; by extens. to begin to speak; specifically to sing, shout, testify, announce:--give account, afflict (by mistake for 6031), (cause to, give) answer, bring low (by mistake for 6031), cry, hear, Leannoth, lift up, say, X scholar, (give a) shout, sing (together by course), speak, testify, utter, (bear) witness. See also 1042, 1043.
6031 `anah aw-naw' a primitive root (possibly rather ident. with 6030 through the idea of looking down or browbeating); to depress literally or figuratively, transitive or intransitive (in various applications, as follows):--abase self, afflict(-ion, self), answer (by mistake for 6030), chasten self, deal hardly with, defile, exercise, force, gentleness, humble (self), hurt, ravish, sing (by mistake for 6030), speak (by mistake for 6030), submit self, weaken, X in any wise.
6033 `anah an-aw' (Aramaic) corresponding to 6031:--poor.
6035 `anav aw-nawv' or (by intermixture with 6041) Aanayv {aw-nawv'}; from 6031; depressed (figuratively), in mind (gentle) or circumstances (needy, especially saintly):--humble, lowly, meek, poor. Compare 6041.
6039 `enuwth en-ooth' from 6031; affliction:--affliction.
6040 `oniy on-ee' from 6031; depression, i.e. misery: --afflicted(-ion), trouble.
6041 `aniy aw-nee' from 6031; depressed, in mind or circumstances (practically the same as 6035, although the margin constantly disputes this, making 6035 subjective and 6041 objective):--afflicted, humble, lowly, needy, poor.
6042 `Unniy oon-nee' from 6031; afflicted; Unni, the name of two Israelites:--Unni.
6045 `inyan in-yawn' from 6031; ado, i.e. (generally) employment or (specifically) an affair:--business, travail.
8589 ta`aniyth tah-an-eeth' from 6031; affliction (of self), i.e. fasting:--heaviness.