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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Entry for Strong's #07463 - רֵעֶה

Transliteration
rê‛eh
Phonetics
ray-eh'  
Word Origin
from (07462)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
2186b
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

1) friend, friend of the king (technical sense)

Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (3) NAS (309) HCS (3)
2 Samuel 2
1 Kings 1
Genesis 10
Exodus 4
Numbers 2
Deuteronomy 6
Judges 10
1 Samuel 19
2 Samuel 12
1 Kings 11
2 Kings 6
1 Chronicles 3
2 Chronicles 8
Nehemiah 7
Esther 4
Job 4
Psalms 30
Proverbs 20
Ecclesiastes 12
Isaiah 6
Jeremiah 78
Lamentations 3
Ezekiel 6
Daniel 3
Hosea 5
Joel 2
Amos 4
Obadiah 1
Jonah 7
Micah 2
Nahum 2
Zechariah 3
2 Samuel 2
1 Kings 1
BYZ TIS TR
n-cmsc 3
n-cmsc 3
n-cmsc 3
NA WH


Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1453) or (ראה RAh) AC: Feed CO: Shepherd AB: Desire: The pictograph r is a picture of the head of a man, the o is a picture of they eye. Combined these mean "man watches". The shepherd closely watched over his flock, often they are his only companions.

A) or (ראה RAh) AC: ? CO: Friend AB: ?

Nm ) or (ראה RAh) - Friend: A close companion. [df: eyr] KJV (188): neighbor, friend, another, fellow, companion, other, brother, husband, lover - Strongs: H7453 (רֵיעַ)

Nf1 ) eor (ראהה RAhH) - Friend: A female companion. KJV (3): companion, fellows - Strongs: H7464 (רֵעָה)

Nf3) tfor (ראהות RAhWT) - Friend: A female companion. KJV (6): neighbor, another, mate - Strongs: H7468 (רְעוּת)

af4) tiorm (מראהית MRAhYT) - Pasture: KJV (10): pasture, flock - Strongs: H4830 (מַרְעִית)

km) orm (מראה MRAh) - Friend: A close companion. KJV (7): companion, friend - Strongs: H4828 (מֵרֵעַ)

H) eor (ראהה RAhH) AC: feed CO: Pasture AB: Desire: One who provides and protects the flock and takes desire in them.

V) eor (ראהה RAhH) - Feed: To provide feed or pasture to the flock. KJV (173): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel) feed, shepherd, pastor, herdman, keep, companion, broken, company, devour, eat, entreat - Strongs: H7462 (רָעָה)

Nm) eor (ראהה RAhH) - Friend: KJV (3): friend - Strongs: H7463 (רֵעֶה)

Nf3) tfor (ראהות RAhWT) - Desire: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (9): vexation, pleasure, will - Strongs: H7469 (רְעוּת), H7470 (רְעוּ)

fm) ior (ראהי RAhY) - Pasture: KJV (1): pasture - Strongs: H7471 (רְעִי)

ff1) eior (ראהיה RAhYH) - Love: The love of a friend or flock. KJV (10): love - Strongs: H7474 (רַעְיָה)

hm) eorm (מראהה MRAhH) - Pasture: A place of feeding. KJV (13): pasture, feedingplace - Strongs: H4829 (מִרְעֶה)

fjm) nfior (ראהיונ RAhYWN) - Desire: KJV (3): vexation - Strongs: H7475 (רַעְיוֹן)

J) ofr (רואה RWAh) AC: ? CO: Shepherd AB: ?

fm ) iofr (רואהי RWAhY) - Shepherd: KJV (2): shepherd - Strongs: H7473 (רֹעִי)

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AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2013
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 רֵעֶה noun masculine friend (compare Sta§ 184 Lag BN 156 Ba§ 12 a); — construct in technical term רֵעֶה הַמֶּלֶךְ (Ges§ 9311 Kö ii. l. 78f.) 1 Kings 4:5 ( = רֵעַ 1 Chronicles 27:33), compare רֵעֶה דָּוִד 2 Samuel 15:37; 2 Samuel 16:16; insert also 2 Samuel 15:32 (compare 2 Samuel 15:37) ᵐ5 We Dr and others; in simple sense Proverbs 27:10 Kt (Qr רֵעַ; compare Kö l.c.).

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וְרֵ֪עַ ורע רֵעֶ֥ה רעה rê‘eh rê·‘eh reEh veRea wə·rê·a‘ wərêa‘

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