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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #01004 - בַּיִת

Transliteration
bayith
Phonetics
bah'-yith
Origin
probably from (H1129) abbreviated
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
241
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) house

1a) house, dwelling habitation

1b) shelter or abode of animals

1c) human bodies (figuratively)

1d) of Sheol

1e) of abode of light and darkness

1f) of land of Ephraim

2) place

3) receptacle

4) home, house as containing a family

5) household, family

5a) those belonging to the same household

5b) family of descendants, descendants as organized body

6) household affairs

7) inwards (metaphorically)

8) (TWOT) temple

9) on the inside

10) within

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 3832 ‑ πανοικεί (pan‑oy‑kee');  435 ‑ ἀνήρ (an'‑ayr);  1413 ‑ δυνάστης (doo‑nas'‑tace);  1774 ‑ ἐνοικέω (en‑oy‑keh'‑o);  2336 ‑ θήκη (thay'‑kay);  2413 ‑ ἱερός (hee‑er‑os');  2992 ‑ λαός (lah‑os');  3485 ‑ ναός (nah‑os');  3609 ‑ οἰκεῖος (oy‑ki'‑os);  3614 ‑ οἰκία (oy‑kee'‑ah);  3624 ‑ οἶκος (oy'‑kos);  3794 ‑ ὀχύρωμα (okh‑oo'‑ro‑mah);  4864 ‑ συναγωγή (soon‑ag‑o‑gay');  4886 ‑ σύνδεσμος (soon'‑des‑mos);  5043 ‑ τέκνον (tek'‑non);  5117 ‑ τόπος (top'‑os);  5207 ‑ υἱός (hwee‑os');  5443 ‑ φυλή (foo‑lay');  963 ‑ Βηθανία (bay‑than‑ee'‑ah);  962 ‑ Βηθαβαρά (bay‑thab‑ar‑ah');  1411 ‑ δύναμις (doo'‑nam‑is);  932 ‑ βασιλεία (bas‑il‑i'‑ah);  1201 ‑ δεσμωτήριον (des‑mo‑tay'‑ree‑on);  965 ‑ Βηθλέεμ (bayth‑leh‑em');  1493 ‑ εἰδωλεῖον (i‑do‑li'‑on);  964 ‑ Βηθεσδά (bay‑thes‑dah');  93 ‑ ἀδικία (ad‑ee‑kee'‑ah);  967 ‑ Βηθφαγή (bayth‑fag‑ay');  5562 ‑ χωρέω (kho‑reh'‑o);  
Frequency Lists  
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KJV (2028)
Genesis
106
Exodus
57
Leviticus
53
Numbers
58
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
23
Judges
75
Ruth
6
1 Samuel
60
2 Samuel
114
1 Kings
188
2 Kings
152
1 Chronicles
112
2 Chronicles
218
Ezra
30
Nehemiah
53
Esther
28
Job
26
Psalms
53
Proverbs
37
Ecclesiastes
10
Song of Solomon
5
Isaiah
73
Jeremiah
140
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
179
Daniel
3
Hosea
15
Joel
6
Amos
27
Obadiah
5
Micah
16
Nahum
1
Habakkuk
3
Zephaniah
5
Haggai
10
Zechariah
32
Malachi
1
NAS (1986)
Genesis
99
Exodus
56
Leviticus
48
Numbers
57
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
25
Judges
65
Ruth
7
1 Samuel
61
2 Samuel
114
1 Kings
188
2 Kings
149
1 Chronicles
110
2 Chronicles
215
Ezra
30
Nehemiah
51
Esther
23
Job
26
Psalms
49
Proverbs
38
Ecclesiastes
9
Song of Solomon
5
Isaiah
73
Jeremiah
138
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
179
Daniel
2
Hosea
15
Joel
6
Amos
27
Obadiah
5
Micah
16
Nahum
1
Habakkuk
3
Zephaniah
5
Haggai
11
Zechariah
31
Malachi
1
HCS (2023)
Genesis
105
Exodus
59
Leviticus
53
Numbers
57
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
25
Judges
67
Ruth
7
1 Samuel
61
2 Samuel
114
1 Kings
190
2 Kings
148
1 Chronicles
111
2 Chronicles
217
Ezra
30
Nehemiah
51
Esther
28
Job
26
Psalms
49
Proverbs
38
Ecclesiastes
11
Song of Solomon
4
Isaiah
74
Jeremiah
145
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
180
Daniel
3
Hosea
15
Joel
6
Amos
27
Obadiah
5
Micah
16
Nahum
1
Habakkuk
3
Zephaniah
5
Haggai
11
Zechariah
31
Malachi
2
BSB (2076)
Genesis
129
Exodus
59
Leviticus
53
Numbers
58
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
25
Judges
71
Ruth
7
1 Samuel
61
2 Samuel
114
1 Kings
194
2 Kings
153
1 Chronicles
112
2 Chronicles
219
Ezra
30
Nehemiah
53
Esther
28
Job
26
Psalms
53
Proverbs
38
Ecclesiastes
11
Song of Solomon
5
Isaiah
76
Jeremiah
147
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
181
Daniel
3
Hosea
14
Joel
6
Amos
28
Obadiah
5
Micah
16
Nahum
1
Habakkuk
3
Zephaniah
5
Haggai
11
Zechariah
31
Malachi
2
ESV (1885)
Genesis
99
Leviticus
52
Numbers
58
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
23
Judges
62
Ruth
6
1 Samuel
61
2 Samuel
113
1 Kings
187
2 Kings
144
1 Chronicles
109
2 Chronicles
215
Ezra
30
Nehemiah
51
Esther
22
Job
26
Psalms
49
Proverbs
35
Ecclesiastes
6
Isaiah
66
Jeremiah
130
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
177
Daniel
2
Hosea
15
Joel
5
Amos
26
Micah
16
Nahum
1
Habakkuk
3
Zephaniah
5
Haggai
11
Zechariah
31
Malachi
1
WEB (2039)
Genesis
105
Exodus
59
Leviticus
53
Numbers
58
Deuteronomy
45
Joshua
24
Judges
75
Ruth
7
1 Samuel
60
2 Samuel
113
1 Kings
194
2 Kings
153
1 Chronicles
112
2 Chronicles
216
Ezra
30
Nehemiah
53
Esther
28
Job
25
Psalms
49
Proverbs
38
Ecclesiastes
10
Song of Solomon
5
Isaiah
73
Jeremiah
144
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
181
Daniel
3
Hosea
15
Joel
6
Amos
28
Obadiah
5
Micah
16
Nahum
1
Habakkuk
3
Zephaniah
5
Haggai
11
Zechariah
32
Malachi
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1045) tb (בת BT) AC: Lodge CO: House AB: ?: The pictograph b is the tent or house. The t is two crossed sticks meaning a mark or sign. The family mark is the name of the patriarch of the family (such as "the house of Jacob") . The primary function of the tent is to provide a protection and a sleeping area at night. (eng: bed - for sleeping at night in the house; both - the letter beyt is the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet)

A) tb (בת BT) AC: ? CO: ? AB: ?: [Unknown meaning;]

Nm) tb (בת BT) - Bat: A standard of measure. KJV (15): bath - Strongs: H1324 (בַּת), H1325 (בַּת)

J) tfb (בות BWT) AC: ? CO: Lodge AB: ?: A place for spending the night.

V) tfb (בות BWT) - Lodge: To spend the night. [Aramaic only] KJV (1): (vf: Paal) passed the night - Strongs: H956 (בּוּת)

M) tib (בית BYT) AC: ? CO: House AB: ?: The house or tent where the family spends the night.

Nm) tib (בית BYT) - I. House:The structure or the family, as a household that resides within the house. II. Within:[Hebrew and Aramaic; The short form " b " is used as a prefix meaning "in" or "with”] KJV (2099): house, household, home, within, family, temple, prison, place, dungeon - Strongs: H1004 (בַּיִת), H1005 (בַּיִת)

mm ) ntib (ביתנ BYTN) - Palace: A large house. KJV (3): palace - Strongs: H1055 (בִּיתָן)

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2021
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

בַּיִת const. בֵּית; with ה parag. בַּיְתָה Genesis 19:10 const. בֵּיתָה Genesis 43:17 plur. בָּתִּים bottim; with suff. בָּתֵּינוּ, בָּֽתֵּיכֶם, בָּֽתֵּיהֶם, for בָּתְתִים from the unused sing. בֹּתֶת (compare Syr. ܒܳܬܝܺܢ Lehrg. 604); m., a house, Arab. بَيْتُ, Syr. ܒܰܬܐܳ, Ethiop. ቤት፡. [“Phœnic. defective בת, see Monumm. Phœnic. p. 348.”] (Some derive it from the root בּוּת to pass the night, to remain. But still בַּיִת, בַּיְת may have sprung from the harder בַּנְת from the root בָּנָה, as δόμος, domus, from δέμω, and as to the form, like above אִישׁ, which has been shewn to be for אֵנֶשׁ, אֵנְשׁ. If this conjecture be adopted, בּוּת may be a secondary root from the noun בַּיִת, and בָּתִּים for בָּנְתִים from the sing. בֹּנֶת i.q. בֶּנֶת. To the proposed etymology we may add the following examples of the letter נ softened into a vowel, כִּיס for כֵּנֶס a purse; כּוֹס a cup, for כֹּנֶס; שַׁיִת a thorn, for שֶׁנֶת (prop. שַׁיְתְּ for שַׁנְתְּ); חוֹחַ ὄγκος, ἄγκος, uncus, for חֹנֶח from the root חָנַה= חָנַךְ; חִין for חֵנֶן; perhaps כּוּשׁ (Ethiopia), i.q. כֹּנֶשׁ congregation, conflux = حبش; Greek εἷς(ἐνός) for ἕνς: Lat. unus, εἰς, prep. for ἐνς (see Car. Schmidt, De Præposit. Gram. p. 7), τυφθείς for τυφθένς: ὀδούς for ὀδόνς: Latin dens)-בֶּן־הַבַּיִת “son of a house,” Genesis 15:3; Ecclesiastes 2:7 and יְלִיד בַּיִת Genesis 17:12, 27 Genesis 17:27; Jeremiah 2:14 is, verna, a servant or slave “born in the house,” and for that reason of more sure fidelity; אֲשֶׁר עַל הַבַּיִת with regard to private persons is οἰ̓κόνομος, dispensator, steward, a servant set over the houshold and the other servants, Genesis 43:16, 44:1 but see below, No. 3. בָּתֵּי חֹמֶר “houses of clay,” Job 4:19, a name given to human bodies as being frail and transitory (compare 2 Corinthians 5:1, and commentators on that passage). The house of God is once used of the whole world [?], Psalms 36:9. In acc. const. בֵּית is often used for בְּבֵית in any one’s house, Genesis 24:23, 38:11 elsewhere in the house, at home; הַבַּיְתָה into the house, Genesis 24:32. Specially it is

(1) a moveable house, a tent, Arab. بيت Genesis 27:15, 33:17 used of tents consecrated [to idols], 2 Kings 23:7 compare בָּמָה No. 3, 4; יְהֹוָה, בֵּית הָֽאֱלֹהִים used of the tabernacle of the covenant, Exodus 23:19; Joshua 6:24; Judges 18:31; 1 Samuel 1:7, 24 1 Samuel 1:24, 3:15 2 Samuel 12:20; Psalms 5:8. [“In other places בַּיִת and אֹהֶל are opposed.”]

(2) a royal house, a palace, fortress; more fully, בֵּית הַמֶּלֶּךְ 2 Samuel 11:2, 2 Samuel 11:9; 1 Kings 9:1, 10 1 Kings 9:10, 14:26 15:18, and בֵּית הַמַּלְכוּת Esther 1:9, κατʼ ἐξοχὴν הַבַּיִת; whence אֲשֶׁר עַל הַבַּיִת the prefect of the palace, one of the king’s friends, who was entrusted with the key of the royal citadel (Isaiah 22:22), and who was superintendent of the king’s houshold at large (about equivalent to maréchal du palais, Hofmarfchall), 1 Kings 4:6; 2 Kings 10:5, 15:5 Isaiah 22:15 (compare Daniel 2:49); in the later Hebrew רַב הַבַּיִת Esther 1:8 (see No. 1). בֵּית דָּוִר the palace of David, Isaiah 22:22 בֵּית פַּרְעֹה the citadel, or palace of Pharaoh, Genesis 12:15. Sometimes used of particular parts of the royal citadel, which, however, consisted of entire houses; בֵּית הַנָּשִׁים Esther 2:3,.

(3) the house of God, i.e. temple; used of the temples of idols, Isaiah 37:38, 44:13 1 Samuel 5:2, 1 Samuel 5:5 and of the temple of Jehovah at Jerusalem, called בֵּית אֱלֹהִים, בֵּית יְהֹוָה 1 Kings 6:5, 37 1 Kings 6:37, 7:12 Isaiah 66:1, and very frequently (compare No. 1).

(4) a sepulchre, especially one much adorned, Isaiah 14:18 compare מִשְׁכָּן Isaiah 22:16. More fully called בֵּית הָעוֹלָם “eternal house,” Ecclesiastes 12:5.

(5) dwelling, abode, habitation, place of any kind.

(a) of men, e. g. of Hades, Job 17:13. [“הָעָם בֵּית collect. “houses of the people,” i.e. of the citizens, Jeremiah 39:8, i.q. בָּתֵּי יְרוּשָׁלַם Jeremiah 52:13 בֵּית עֲבָדִים “house of servants,” i.e. workhouse, prison, spoken of Egypt, Exodus 20:2.”]

(b) of beasts, Job 39:6; Psalms 84:4, 104:17 (compare Virg. Georg. ii. 209, antiquasque domes avium); בֵּית עַכָּבִישׁ “the house of the spider,” Job 8:14 Arab. بيت المنكبوث; “the house of the moth,” Job 27:18.

(c) receptacle, place for inanimate things; בָּתֵּי נָפֶשׁ perfume boxes, Isaiah 3:20 לַבְּרִיחִים, בָּתִּים לַבַּדִּים, places to receive the carrying bars, Exodus 26:29, 36:34 37:14 38:5 1 Kings 18:32, “and he made a trench כְּבֵית סָאתַיִם זֶרַע of the content of two seahs of seed.” בֵּית אֲבָנִים a stony place (in the earth), Job 8:17; Nehemiah 2:3; Ezekiel 41:9, אֲשֶׁר לַבַּיִת בֵּית צְלָעוֹת “the content of the side chambers of the temple.”

(6) the inner part, what is inside, within (opp. to חוּץ outside, without). בַּיְתָה Exodus 28:26 מִבַּיִת Genesis 6:14; Exodus 25:11, 37:2, and מִבַּיְתָה 1 Kings 6:15 (compare מִן No. 3), inside, within. Opp. to מִחוּץ. בֵּית לְ Ezekiel 1:27 מִבַּיִת לְ 1 Kings 6:16 לְמִבֵּית לְ Numbers 18:7, within (some space). אֶל־מִבֵּית לְ within, 2 Kings 11:15 comp. אֶל־ A, 9. (From this signification is formed Ch. בֵּי in, whence the prefix בְּ has been derived above.)

(7) used figuratively for “persons living together in a house,” family (comp. Arab. أَهْلُ) i.e. wife and children and all the domestics, Genesis 7:1, 12:17 35:2 36:6 42:19. So “the king’s house,” is used of the courtiers, Isaiah 22:18 בֵּית פַּרְעֹה i.q. עַבְדֵי פַרְעֹה Genesis 50:4. Hence

(8) those sprung from any family, descendants, offspring, progeny, i.q. בָּנִים (in which sense it is joined with a pl. Isaiah 2:5) Genesis 18:19 בֵּית לֵוִי i.q. בְּנֵי לֵוִי Exodus 2:1 בֵּית יוֹסֵף Joshua 17:17 בֵּית יִשְׂרָאֵל, בֵּית יְהוּדָה, בֵּית דָּוִד the race of David, 1 Samuel 20:16; Isaiah 7:2, 13 (οἶκος Δαβίδ, Luke 1:27). Like בְּנֵי it is used figuratively, as בֵּית מִלְחַמְתִּי i.q. בְּנֵי מִלְחַמְתִּי my adversaries, my enemies, 2 Chronicles 35:21 בֵּית מְרִי a stubborn race, Ezekiel 2:5 and on the other hand בֵּית יְהֹוָה sons, family of God, i.q. Israel, Numbers 12:7; Hosea 8:1 like οἶκος Θεοῦ [The Church], 1 Timothy 3:15. In some other phrases the figure of a house is preserved. Ruth 4:11, of Leah and Rachel, “they built the house of Israel,” i.e. founded the Israelitish nation. בָּנָה בַיִת לְ to build a house for any one, i.e. to give him offspring, progeny; said of a levir (i.q. הֵקִים שֵׁם לְ) Deuteronomy 25:9 of God, 1 Samuel 2:35, 25:28 2 Samuel 7:27 of the same meaning is עָשָׂה בַיִת לְ 2 Samuel 7:11.

(9) it is also applied to wealth, property, what is kept in a house, and all that belongs to a family; Esther 8:1, בֵּית הָמָן, LXX. ὅσα ὑπάρχει Ἀμάν, comp. 2:7 Genesis 15:2; Exodus 1:21 so Gr. οἰκία, οἶκος.

(10) בֵּית אָב pr. “a father’s house,” Genesis 24:23 “a father’s family,” 31:30. In the enumerations of the Hebrews, the particular tribes (שְׁבָטִים, מַטּוֹת) were divided into families (מִשְׁפָּחוֹת), the families into “fathers’ houses,” בֵּית הָאָבוֹת. In this signification in pl. for בָּתֵּי אָב there is often used בֵּית אָבוֹת, a mode of forming the pl. of compound nouns which is more used in Syriac [Hebr. Gram. § 106, 3, c.]. Numbers 1:2, “number the children of Israel לְמִשְׁפְּחֹתָם לְבֵית אֲבוֹתָם according to their families and their fathers’ houses;” Numbers 1:18, 20, 22, 24, 26, seq.; 2:2, seq. Over the fathers’ houses were רָאשֵׁי בֵית אֲבוֹתָם Exodus 6:14 רָאשִׁים לְבֵית אֲבוֹתָם 1 Chronicles 5:24 generally by ellipsis, רָאשֵׁי הָאָבוֹת Numbers 31:26; Joshua 14:1 or שָׂרֵי הָאָבוֹת 1 Chronicles 29:6 נְשִׂיאֵי הָאָבוֹת 2 Chronicles 5:2, “princes of houses,” patriarchs.

בֵּית is very often [“especially in later writers”] prefixed to the proper names of towns, sometimes as a constituent part of the name, sometimes so that it may be omitted (see letters e, h, i, l, u, v), most frequently in writers of a later age, like the Syr. ܒܶܝܬ, compare Germ. haufen in Nordhaufen, Mühlhaufen. Of this kind are

(a) בֵּית אָוֶן (“house of vanity,” i.e. of idols, see אָוֶן No. 1 ), [Beth-Aven], a town of the tribe of Benjamin, to the east of the city of Bethel, Joshua 7:2; 1 Samuel 13:5 with a desert of the same name, Joshua 18:12. The Talmudists have confounded this town with the neighbouring city of Beth-El (letter b), from the latter having been sometimes called by the prophets in contempt בֵּית־אָוֶן, see אָוֶן.

(b) בֵּית אֵל (“house of God”), [Beth-el], a very ancient city of the Canaanites, afterwards of the Benjamites; until the time of Joshua called לוּז (Joshua 18:13, and compare לוּז), although once (16:2 ) the two names are distinguished from the writer speaking more accurately. It was situated on a mountain (1 Samuel 13:2; Joshua 16:1 compare Genesis 35:1), where the tabernacle of the covenant was placed [?] (Judges 20:18, 26 Judges 20:26, 27 Judges 20:27, 21:2 1 Samuel 10:3), and where afterwards Jeroboam set up the worship of the calves (1 Kings 12:28, seq.). Compare בֵּית אָוֶן and אָוֶן. Various and discrepant [not so!] traditions of the origin of this city are given, Genesis 28:10, seq.; 35:1, seq. Genesis 28:9, seq., which are discussed by de Wette (Kritik der Israel. Gesch. i. 124). [The inspired account is plain enough, and contains neither discrepancy nor contradiction]. Gent. n. is בֵּית הָאֱלִי 1 Kings 16:34. [Now called Beitîn بيتين, Rob. ii. 126.]

(c) בֵּית הָאֶצֶל (“house of firm root,” i.e. of fixed seat), [Beth-ezel], a town of Judæa or Samaria, Mich. 1:11, where allusion is made to this etymology.

(d) בֵּית אַרְבְּאֵל (“house of the ambush of God”), [Beth-arbel], Hosea 10:14 prob. Ἄρβηλα of the Galilæans (1Ma_9:2 ); situated between Sepphoris and Tiberias (Josh. Arch. xii. 11, § 1, xiv. 15, § 4; De Vita Sua, § 60). [Perhaps Irbid, Rob. iii. 282.]

(e) בֵּית בַּעַל מְעוֹן [Beth-baal-meon], Joshua 13:17 elsewhere בַּעַל מְעוֹן Numbers 32:38, and בֵּית מְעוֹן (“house of habitation”), Jeremiah 48:23 a town assigned to the tribe of Reuben, but which afterwards passed into the hands of the Moabites. Its ruins called ميعون [Mîʾûn], are mentioned by Burckhardt, Travels in Syr. p. [365] 624, Germ. trans. It appears to be the same as בְּעוֹן (for מְעוֹן) Numbers 32:3.

(f) בֵּית בִּרְאִי (“house of my creation”), [Beth-birei], a town of the Simeonites, 1 Chronicles 4:31 perhaps corrupted from בֵּית לְבָאוֹת Joshua 19:6.

(g) בֵּית בָּרָה [Beth-barah], Judges 7:24, a place on the Jordan, pr. for בֵּית עֲבָרָה (“house of passage”), compare Βηθαβαρά, John 1:28, in many copies.

(h) בֵּית נָּדֵר (“house of the wall”), [Beth-gader], a town of the tribe of Judah, 1 Chronicles 2:51, i.q. גְּדֵרָה which see.

(1) בֵּית גִּלְגָּל [“the house of Gilgal”], Nehemiah 12:29, i.q. גִּלְגָּל which see.

(k) בֵּית גָּמוּל (“house of the weaned”), [Beth-gamul], a town of the Moabites, Jeremiah 48:23.

(l) בֵּית דִּבְלָתַיִם [Beth-diblathaim], Jeremiah 48:22, and דִּבְלָתַיִם Numbers 33:46 (“two cakes of figs”), a town of the Moabites.

(m) בֵּית דָּגוֹן (“house of Dagon”), [Beth-dagon], a town

(α) of the tribe of Judah, Joshua 15:41.

(β) of the Asherites, Joshua 19:27.

(n) בֵּית הָרָם (“house of the lofty”), [Beth-aram], Joshua 13:27, a city of the Gadites; Numbers 32:36, called בֵּית הָרָן, afterwards Julias, Livias; see Joseph. Ant. xviii. 2, § 1 Jerome voc. Betharam.

(o) בֵּית חָגְלָה (“house of the partridge”), [Beth-hoglah], a town of the Benjamites on the borders of Judah, Joshua 15:6, 18:19, 21 Joshua 18:21[now Hajlah ححلا. Rob. ii. 268].

(p) בֵּית חָנָן (“house of favour”), [Beth-hanan], a town of the tribe of Judah or Dan, 1 Kings 4:9.

(q) בֵּית חֹרוֹן (“place of the hollow,” perhaps “of the hollow way”), [Beth-horon], m. two towns of the tribe of Ephraim, one of which called “the upper” was situated in the northern part of that tribe (Joshua 16:5, 21:22 ); the other, “the nether,” was situated on the border of Benjamin (Joshua 16:3, 18:13 ). Twice (Joshua 10:11; 2 Chronicles 25:13) Beth-horon is mentioned κατʼ ἐξοχὴν, and in Joshua it is clear that the nether is intended. Near to this was a very narrow declivity, Josh. loc. cit. (comp. 1Ma_3:16, 24 ), famous for the slaughter of several hosts.

(r) בֵּית הַיְשִׁימוֹת (“house of the deserts”), [Beth-jeshimoth], a town of the Reubenites, on the Jordan, Numbers 33:49; Joshua 12:3, 13:20 afterwards belonging to the Moabites, Ezekiel 25:9.

(s) בֵּית כַּר (“house of pasture”), [Beth-car], 1 Samuel 7:11 perhaps a garrison of the Philistines, in the limits of the tribe of Judah.

(t) בֵּית הַכֶּרֶם (“house of the vineyard”), [Beth-haccerem], Jeremiah 6:1; Nehemiah 3:14 a town of Judah, according to Jerome on Jerem. loc. cit., situated on a mountain between Jerusalem and Tekoa.

(u) בֵּית לְבָאוֹת see above, letter (f).

(v) בֵּית לְעַפְרָה see עָפְרָה.

(w) בֵּית לֶחֶם (“house of bread”), [Beth-lehem], m. Mich. 5:1.

(α), a town of the tribe of Judah, more fully בֵּית לֶחֶם יְהוּדָה Judges 17:7, Judges 17:9; Ruth 1:1, and בֵּית לֶחֶם אֶפְרָתָה Micah 5:1. Ephratah (see p. 73, B ) was not only the ancient name of the town (see Genesis 35:19), but it appears to have denoted the circumjacent region. It was the abode of the family of David (see Ruth loc. cit.), and the birth-place of our Saviour, on which account بيت لحم, about six English miles from Jerusalem is still celebrated. Gent. noun בֵּית הַלַּחְמִי [Beth-lehemite], 1 Samuel 16:1, 18 1 Samuel 16:18, 17:58.

(β) a town in the tribe of Zebulon, Joshua 19:15.

(x) בֵּית מִלּוֹא see מִלּוֹא.

(y) בֵּית מְעוֹן see letter (e).

(z) בֵּית מַעֲכָה (“house of Maachah”), [Beth-maachah], a town at the foot of Hermon, 2 Samuel 20:15 comp. מַעֲכָה and אָבֵל בֵּית מַעֲכָה.

(aa) בֵּית הַמֶּרְחָק (“house of remoteness”), a place on the brook Kidron, 2 Samuel 15:17.

(bb) בֵּית הַמַּרְבָּבוֹת (“house of chariots”), [Beth-marcaboth], a town in the tribe of Simeon, Joshua 19:5; 1 Chronicles 4:31.

(cc) בֵּית נִמְרָה (“house of limpid and wholesome water,” comp. נמר), [Beth-nimrah], Numbers 32:36; Joshua 13:27 and נִמְרָה Numbers 32:3, a town of the Gadites, called Βηθναβρίς in the time of Eusebius, now Nemrin; see Burckhardt’s Travels in Syria, 661. The waters near it are called מֵי נִמְרִים Isaiah 15:6.

(dd) עֵדֶן, בֵּית (“house of pleasure”), [the house of Eden], a royal city of Syria on mount Lebanon, (Amos 1:5), called by the Greeks Παράδεισος (Ptol. 5:15).

(ee) בֵּית עַזְמָוֶת [Beth-azmaveth], Nehemiah 7:28, and simply עַזְמָוֶת ib. 12:29; Ezra 2:24, a village of the tribe of Judah or Benjamin.

(ff) בֵּית הָעֵמֶק (“house of the valley”), [Beth-emek], a town of the Asherites. Joshua 19:27.

(gg) בֵּית עֲנוֹת (“house of response” perhaps “of echo”), [Beth-anoth], a town of the tribe of Judah, Joshua 15:59.

(hh) בֵּית עֲנָת (id.), [Beth-anath], a town of the tribe of Naphtali, Joshua 19:38; Judges 1:33.

(ii) בֵּת עֵקֶד הָרֹעִים (“house of the farm of the shepherds,” compare عَفْدُ village, farm), a place near Samaria, 2 Kings 10:12 and without הָרֹעִים verse 14 2 Kings 10:14.

(kk) בֵּית עֲרָבָה with art. בֵּית הָעֲרָבָה (“house of the desert”), [Beth-arabah], a town on the borders of the tribe of Judah and Benjamin, Joshua 15:6, 18:22 without בֵּית Joshua 18:18.

(ll) בֵּית פֶּלֶט (“house of escape”), [Beth-phelet, Beth-palet], a town in the south of Judah, Joshua 15:27.

(mm) בֵּית פְּעוֹר (“temple of (Baal) Peor,” see בַּעַל פְּעוֹר ), [Beth-peor], a city of the Moabites allotted to the Reubenites, celebrated for the worship of Baal-peor, Deuteronomy 3:29, 34:6 Joshua 13:20.

(nn) בֵּית פַּצֵּץ (“house of dispersion”), [Beth-pazzez], a town in the tribe of Issachar, Joshua 19:21.

(oo) בֵּית צוּר (“house of the rock”), [Beth-zur], a town in the mountain country of Judah, Joshua 15:58 fortified by Rehoboam, 2 Chronicles 11:7 and yet more by the Maccabees, 1Ma_14:33.

(pp) בֵּית רְחֹב (“house” or “region of breadth”), [Beth-rehob], Judges 18:28; 2 Samuel 10:6 elsewhere רְחֹב (unless perhaps Beth Rechob denotes a region, Rechob a city), a city of the Asherites on the northern borders of Palestine (Numbers 13:21), and there situated in the rallies of Lebanon, not far from the springs of Jordan (Joshua 19:28, 30 Joshua 19:30, 21:31 Judges 1:31 ). The neighbouring part of Syria is called אֲרַם בֵּית רְחֹב 2 Samuel 10:6 אֲרַם רְחֹב ib. verse 8.

(qq) בֵּית שְׁאָו (“house of rest”), [Beth-shean], Joshua 17:11, 16 Joshua 17:16 contr. בֵּית שָׁן 1 Samuel 31:10, 12 1 Samuel 31:12בֵּית שַׁו 2 Samuel 21:12, a city of the tribe of Manasseh, long held by the Canaanites and Philistines (Jud. and Sa. l. l. c. c.), situated on this side Jordan, afterwards called Scythopolis (LXX. Judges 1:27 ), by the Rabbins ביסן, now by the Arabs بيسان [Beisan].

(rr) בֵּית הַשִּׁטָּה (“house of the acacia”), [Beth-shittah], a town situated on the Jordan between Bethshan and Abel-meholah, Judges 7:22. [Perhaps the place now called Shŭtta; شّطا, Rob. iii. 219.]

(ss) בֵּית שֶׁמֶשׁ (“house of the sun”), [Beth-shemesh], a town

(α) of the Levites, Joshua 21:16, on the borders of the tribes of Judah and Dan and the land of the Philistines (Joshua 15:10; 1 Samuel 6:12, seq.; 2 Chronicles 28:18); large and populous (1 Samuel 6:19), 1 Kings 4:9; 2 Kings 14:11. Constr. with a pl. 1 Samuel 6:13, where the inhabitants are intended. Gent. noun בֵּית הַשִּׁמְשִׁי id. ver. 14, 18. [This town appears to be now called ʾAin Shems عين شمس, Rob. ii. 339.]

(β) of the tribe of Naphtali, Joshua 19:38; Judges 1:33.

(γ) of the tribe of Issachar, Joshua 19:22.

(δ) i.q. אֹן Heliopolis of Egypt, Jeremiah 43:13 compare page 63, A.

(tt) בֵּית תַּפּוּחַ (“house of apples”), [Beth-tappuah], a town of the tribe of Judah, Joshua 15:53. [Now Teffûh تفوح, Rob. ii. 428.]

בַּיִת emphat. בַּיְתָא, בַּיְתָה, constr. בֵּית with suffix בַּיְתֵהּ, pl. בָּתִּין, Chald. m. i.q. Heb. house, Daniel 2:5 בֵּית מַלְכָּא Ezra 6:4 בֵּית מַלְכוּ Daniel 4:27, royal house, palace; בֵּית אֱלָהָא house of God, temple, Ezra 5:2, seq.; also, simply בַּיְתָא id. ver. 3, 9, 11.

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בֵֽית־ בֵית֑וֹ בֵית֔וֹ בֵית֖וֹ בֵית֗וֹ בֵיתְךָ֖ בֵיתְךָ֣ בֵיתִ֔י בֵיתִ֖י בֵיתִ֣י בֵיתִי֙ בֵיתֵ֧ךְ ׀ בֵיתֶ֑ךָ בֵיתֶ֔ךָ בֵיתֶֽךָ׃ בֵיתָ֑הּ בֵיתָ֗הּ בֵיתָהּ֙ בֵיתֽוֹ׃ בֵית־ בֵיתוֹ֙ בֵיתוֹ֮ בַ֔יִת בַ֖יִת בַ֗יִת בַ֙יִת֙ בַ֡יִת בַּ֔יִת בַּ֖יִת בַּ֗יְתָה בַּ֗יִת בַּ֙יִת֙ בַּ֛יִת בַּ֜יִת בַּ֝֗יִת בַּ֠בַּיִת בַּ֣יִת בַּ֥יִת בַּבַּ֔יִת בַּבַּ֕יִת בַּבַּ֖יִת בַּבַּ֗יִת בַּבַּ֛יִת בַּבַּ֣יִת בַּבַּ֤יִת בַּבַּ֥יִת בַּבַּ֨יִת בַּבָּ֑יִת בַּבָּֽיִת׃ בַּבָּתִּ֖ים בַּבָּתִּ֤ים בַּבָּתִּים֙ בַֽיִת־ בַבַּ֔יִת בַבַּ֗יִת בַבָּֽיִת׃ בָ֑יִת בָּ֑יִת בָּ֔יִת בָּ֨תָּ֜יו בָּ֫תִּ֥ים בָּ֭תִּים בָּֽיְתָה׃ בָּֽיִת׃ בָּֽתֵּיהֶ֑ם בָּֽתֵּיהֶ֔ם בָּתִּ֑ים בָּתִּ֔ים בָּתִּ֖ים בָּתִּ֣ים בָּתִּ֤ים בָּתִּ֥ים בָּתִּֽים׃ בָּתִּים֙ בָּתֵּ֑ינוּ בָּתֵּ֖י בָּתֵּ֖ינוּ בָּתֵּ֙ינוּ֙ בָּתֵּ֣י בָּתֵּ֣ינוּ בָּתֵּ֤י בָּתֵּ֥י בָּתֵּ֧י בָּתֵּ֨י בָּתֵּ֨ימוֹ ׀ בָּתֵּי֙ בָּתֵּיהֶ֑ם בָּתֵּיהֶ֖ם בָּתֵּיהֶ֣ם בָּתֵּיכֶ֖ם בָּתֵּיכֶֽם׃ בָֽתֵּי־ בָֽתֵּיהֶם֙ בָתִּ֖ים בָתִּ֛ים בָתִּים֙ בָתֵּ֞י בָתֵּ֣ינוּ בָתֵּ֤י בָתֵּיהֶ֖ם בָתֵּיהֶ֣ם בָתֶּ֜יךָ בָתַּ֙יִךְ֙ בְּחַרְבֹתֵיהֶ֖ם בֵּ֣ית בַּת־ בבית בבית־ בבית׃ בביתה בביתו בביתו׃ בביתי בביתך בביתך׃ בבתי בבתיכם בבתיכם׃ בבתים בחרבתיהם בית בית־ בית׃ ביתה ביתה׃ ביתו ביתו׃ ביתי ביתי׃ ביתך ביתך׃ ביתם ביתם׃ בת־ בתי בתי־ בתיהם בתיו בתיך בתיכם בתיכם׃ בתים בתים׃ בתימו בתינו הַ֝בַּ֗יִת הַ֠בַּיִת הַבַּ֔יְתָה הַבַּ֔יִת הַבַּ֖יְתָה הַבַּ֖יִת הַבַּ֗יְתָה הַבַּ֗יִת הַבַּ֙יִת֙ הַבַּ֛יִת הַבַּ֜יִת הַבַּ֡יִת הַבַּ֣יְתָה הַבַּ֣יִת הַבַּ֤יִת הַבַּ֥יִת הַבַּ֧יִת הַבַּ֨יִת הַבַּיִת֒ הַבַּיִת֩ הַבַּיִת֮ הַבָּ֑יְתָה הַבָּ֑יִת הַבָּ֖יִת הַבָּ֣תִּ֔ים הַבָּֽיְתָה׃ הַבָּֽיִת׃ הַבָּתִּ֑ים הַבָּתִּ֗ים הַבָּתִּ֡ים הַבָּתִּ֥ים הַבָּתִּֽים׃ הַבָּתִּים֙ הַפְּקֻדֹּ֖ת הבית הבית׃ הביתה הביתה׃ הבתים הבתים׃ הפקדת וְהַבַּ֖יִת וְהַבַּ֗יִת וְהַבַּ֙יִת֙ וְהַבַּ֛יִת וְהַבַּ֜יִת וְהַבַּ֤יִת וְהַבַּ֥יִת וְהַבָּ֑יִת וְלַבַּ֖יִת וְלַבַּ֥יִת וְלַבָּ֑יִת וְלַבָּֽיִת׃ וָבָֽיְתָה׃ וּבְבֵ֣ית וּבְבֵ֤ית וּבְבֵ֥ית וּבְבֵית֖וֹ וּבְבֵיתִ֕י וּבְבָתֵּ֥י וּבְבָתֵּיהֶֽם׃ וּבְבָתֶּ֖יךָ וּבֵ֖ית וּבֵ֣ית וּבֵ֤ית וּבֵ֥ית וּבֵ֧ית וּבֵ֨ית וּבֵֽיתְךָ֖ וּבֵֽיתְכֶ֑ם וּבֵית֑וֹ וּבֵית֔וֹ וּבֵית֖וֹ וּבֵית֙ וּבֵיתְךָ֣ וּבֵיתִ֔י וּבֵיתִֽי׃ וּבֵיתֵ֔ךְ וּבֵיתֶֽךָ׃ וּבֵיתָ֔הּ וּבֵיתָ֖הּ וּבֵיתֽוֹ׃ וּבֵית־ וּבֵיתוֹ֩ וּבַ֖יִת וּבַ֜יִת וּבַ֣יִת וּבָ֨תִּ֜ים וּבָתִּ֖ים וּבָתִּ֥ים וּבָתִּים֙ וּבָתֵּ֖ינוּ וּבָתֵּ֣י וּבָתֵּ֥י וּבָתֵּי֙ וּבָתֵּיהֶ֑ם וּבָתֵּיהֶ֖ם וּבָתֵּיהֶ֖ן וּבָתֵּיכֶ֑ם וּבָתֵּיכֶֽם׃ וּכְבֵ֖ית וּלְבֵ֣ית וּלְבֵ֥ית וּלְבֵ֨ית וּלְבֵית֖וֹ וּלְבֵית֙ וּלְבֵית֨וֹ וּלְבֵיתֶ֑ךָ וּלְמִבֵּ֥ית וּמִבֵּ֣ית וּמִבֵּ֥ית וּמִבֵּית֙ וּמִבָּ֣תֶּ֔יךָ וּמִבָּתֶּ֑יךָ ובבית ובביתו ובביתי ובבתי ובבתיהם׃ ובבתיך ובית ובית־ וביתה וביתה׃ וביתו וביתו׃ וביתי וביתי׃ וביתך וביתך׃ וביתכם ובתי ובתיהם ובתיהן ובתיכם ובתיכם׃ ובתים ובתינו והבית וכבית ולבית ולבית׃ ולביתו ולביתך ולמבית ומבית ומבתיך כְּבֵ֖ית כְּבֵ֣ית כְּבֵית֙ כבית לְבֵ֖ית לְבֵ֣ית לְבֵ֤ית לְבֵ֥ית לְבֵ֥ית־ לְבֵ֨ית לְבֵ֪ית לְבֵֽית־ לְבֵית֑וֹ לְבֵית֔וֹ לְבֵית֖וֹ לְבֵית֙ לְבֵיתְךָ֖ לְבֵיתְךָ֥ לְבֵיתִ֤י לְבֵיתִֽי׃ לְבֵיתֵ֑ךְ לְבֵיתֵ֔ךְ לְבֵיתֶ֑ךָ לְבֵיתֶ֔ךָ לְבֵיתֶֽךָ׃ לְבֵיתָ֑הּ לְבֵיתָ֣הּ לְבֵיתֽוֹ׃ לְבֵית־ לְבֵיתוֹ֙ לְבָ֣תִּ֔ים לְבָתִּ֣ים לַבַּ֔יִת לַבַּ֖יִת לַבַּ֙יִת֙ לַבַּ֛יִת לַבַּ֣יִת ׀ לַבַּ֤יִת לַבַּ֧יִת לַבָּ֔יִת לַבָּֽיִת׃ לַבָּתִּ֔ים לבית לבית־ לבית׃ לביתה לביתו לביתו׃ לביתי לביתי׃ לביתך לביתך׃ לבתים מִ֝בַּ֗יִת מִבֵּ֖ית מִבֵּ֛ית מִבֵּ֣֥ית מִבֵּ֣י֥ת מִבֵּ֣ית מִבֵּ֤ית מִבֵּ֥ית מִבֵּ֨ית מִבֵּית֑וֹ מִבֵּית֙ מִבֵּיתְךָ֖ מִבֵּיתְךָ֣ מִבֵּיתִ֖י מִבֵּיתֶ֔ךָ מִבֵּיתֽוֹ׃ מִבֵּית־ מִבֵּיתוֹ֙ מִבַּ֖יִת מִבַּ֙יְתָה֙ מִבַּ֙יִת֙ מִבַּ֣יִת מִבַּ֥יִת מִבָּ֑יִת מִבָּ֣תֵּ֔ינוּ מִבָּ֣תֵּיהֶ֔ם מִבָּֽיִת׃ מִבָּֽתֵּיכֶם֙ מִבָּתֵּיכֶ֑ם מֵֽהַבַּ֖יִת מֵהַבַּ֖יִת מֵהַבָּ֑יִת מֵהַבָּֽיִת׃ מבית מבית־ מבית׃ מביתה מביתו מביתו׃ מביתי מביתך מבתיהם מבתיכם מבתינו מהבית מהבית׃ ’ă·ḇō·w·ṯām ’ăḇōwṯām avoTam bā·yə·ṯāh ba·yiṯ bā·yiṯ ḇa·yiṯ ḇā·yiṯ ḇa·yiṯ- bab·ba·yiṯ bab·bā·yiṯ ḇab·ba·yiṯ ḇab·bā·yiṯ bab·bāt·tîm babbatTim babbāttîm babBayit babbayiṯ babbāyiṯ ḇabbayiṯ ḇabbāyiṯ bat baṯ- ḇāt·ta·yiḵ bāt·tāw bāt·tê ḇāt·tê ḇāt·tê- bāt·tê·hem ḇāt·tê·hem ḇāt·te·ḵā bāt·tê·ḵem bāt·tê·mōw bāt·tê·nū ḇāt·tê·nū bāt·tîm ḇāt·tîm batTav bāttāw ḇāttayiḵ bāttê ḇāttê ḇāttê- bāttêhem ḇāttêhem batTei batteiChem batteiHem batTeimov batTeinu ḇātteḵā bāttêḵem bāttêmōw bāttênū ḇāttênū batTim bāttîm ḇāttîm bay·ṯāh Bayetah bāyəṯāh Bayit bayiṯ bāyiṯ ḇayiṯ ḇāyiṯ ḇayiṯ- Baytah bayṯāh bə·ḇa·yiṯ bə·ḇāt·tê bə·ḇāt·tê·ḵem bə·ḇê·ṯāh bə·ḇê·ṯe·ḵā bə·ḇê·ṯə·ḵā bə·ḇê·ṯî bə·ḇê·ṯōw bə·ḇêṯ bə·ḇêṯ- bə·ḥar·ḇō·ṯê·hem bê·ṯāh ḇê·ṯāh bê·ṯām bê·ṯe·ḵā bê·ṯə·ḵā ḇê·ṯe·ḵā ḇê·ṯə·ḵā ḇê·ṯêḵ bê·ṯî ḇê·ṯî bê·ṯōw ḇê·ṯōw bəḇāttê bəḇāttêḵem bəḇayiṯ bəḇêṯ bəḇêṯ- bəḇêṯāh bəḇêṯeḵā bəḇêṯəḵā bəḇêṯî bəḇêṯōw becharvoteiHem bəḥarḇōṯêhem beit Beitah beiTam beiteCha beiTi beiTo bêṯ bêṯ- ḇêṯ- bêṯāh ḇêṯāh bêṯām ḇêṯêḵ bêṯeḵā bêṯəḵā ḇêṯeḵā ḇêṯəḵā bêṯî ḇêṯî bêṯōw ḇêṯōw bevatTei bevatteiChem beVayit beVeit beveiTah beveiteCha beveiTi beveiTo hab·bā·yə·ṯāh hab·ba·yiṯ hab·bā·yiṯ hab·bāt·tîm hab·bay·ṯāh habbatTim habbāttîm habBayetah habbāyəṯāh habBayit habbayiṯ habbāyiṯ habBaytah habbayṯāh hap·pə·qud·dōṯ happekudDot happəquddōṯ kə·ḇêṯ kəḇêṯ keVeit lab·ba·yiṯ lab·bā·yiṯ lab·bāt·tîm labbatTim labbāttîm labBayit labbayiṯ labbāyiṯ lə·ḇāt·tîm lə·ḇê·ṯāh lə·ḇê·ṯe·ḵā lə·ḇê·ṯə·ḵā lə·ḇê·ṯêḵ lə·ḇê·ṯî lə·ḇê·ṯōw lə·ḇêṯ lə·ḇêṯ- ləḇāttîm ləḇêṯ ləḇêṯ- ləḇêṯāh ləḇêṯêḵ ləḇêṯeḵā ləḇêṯəḵā ləḇêṯî ləḇêṯōw levatTim leVeit leveiTah leveiTech leveiteCha leveiTi leveiTo mê·hab·ba·yiṯ mê·hab·bā·yiṯ mehabBayit mêhabbayiṯ mêhabbāyiṯ mib·ba·yiṯ mib·bā·yiṯ mib·bāt·tê·hem mib·bāt·tê·ḵem mib·bāt·tê·nū mib·bay·ṯāh mib·bê·ṯe·ḵā mib·bê·ṯə·ḵā mib·bê·ṯî mib·bê·ṯōw mib·bêṯ mib·bêṯ- mibbāttêhem mibbatteiChem mibBatteiHem mibBatTeinu mibbāttêḵem mibbāttênū mibBayit mibbayiṯ mibbāyiṯ mibBaytah mibbayṯāh mibBeit mibbeiteCha mibbeiTi mibbeiTo mibbêṯ mibbêṯ- mibbêṯeḵā mibbêṯəḵā mibbêṯî mibbêṯōw ū·ḇa·yiṯ ū·ḇāt·tê ū·ḇāt·tê·hem ū·ḇāt·tê·hen ū·ḇāt·tê·ḵem ū·ḇāt·tê·nū ū·ḇāt·tîm ū·ḇə·ḇāt·tê ū·ḇə·ḇāt·tê·hem ū·ḇə·ḇāt·te·ḵā ū·ḇə·ḇê·ṯî ū·ḇə·ḇê·ṯōw ū·ḇə·ḇêṯ ū·ḇê·ṯāh ū·ḇê·ṯe·ḵā ū·ḇê·ṯə·ḵā ū·ḇê·ṯə·ḵem ū·ḇê·ṯêḵ ū·ḇê·ṯî ū·ḇê·ṯōw ū·ḇêṯ ū·ḇêṯ- ū·ḵə·ḇêṯ ū·lə·ḇê·ṯe·ḵā ū·lə·ḇê·ṯōw ū·lə·ḇêṯ ū·lə·mib·bêṯ ū·mib·bāt·te·ḵā ū·mib·bêṯ ūḇāttê ūḇāttêhem ūḇāttêhen ūḇāttêḵem ūḇāttênū ūḇāttîm ūḇayiṯ ūḇəḇāttê ūḇəḇāttêhem ūḇəḇātteḵā ūḇəḇêṯ ūḇəḇêṯî ūḇəḇêṯōw ūḇêṯ ūḇêṯ- ūḇêṯāh ūḇêṯêḵ ūḇêṯeḵā ūḇêṯəḵā ūḇêṯəḵem ūḇêṯî ūḇêṯōw ucheVeit ūḵəḇêṯ ūləḇêṯ ūləḇêṯeḵā ūləḇêṯōw ulemibBeit ūləmibbêṯ uleVeit uleveiTecha uleveiTo umibbatTeicha ūmibbātteḵā umibBeit ūmibbêṯ uvatTei uvatteiChem uvatteiHem uvatteiHen uvatTeinu uVatTim uVayit uveit uveiTah uveitChem uveiTech uveiteCha uveiTi uveiTo uvevatTei uvevatTeicha uvevatteiHem uveVeit uveveiTi uveveiTo vabBayit vatTayich vatTei vatTeicha vatteiHem vatTeinu vatTim vaVayetah vayit vehabBayit veit veiTah veiTech veiTecha veiTi veiTo velabBayit wā·ḇā·yə·ṯāh wāḇāyəṯāh wə·hab·ba·yiṯ wə·hab·bā·yiṯ wə·lab·ba·yiṯ wə·lab·bā·yiṯ wəhabbayiṯ wəhabbāyiṯ wəlabbayiṯ wəlabbāyiṯ
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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