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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #06605 - פָּתַח

Transliteration
pâthach
Phonetics
paw-thakh'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1854,1855
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to open

1a) (Qal) to open

1b) (Niphal) to be opened, be let loose, be thrown open

1c) (Piel)

1c1) to free

1c2) to loosen

1c3) to open, open oneself

1d) (Hithpael) to loose oneself

2) to carve, engrave

2a) (Piel) to engrave

2b) (Pual) to be engraved

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 393 ‑ ἀνατέλλω (an‑at‑el'‑lo);  3886 ‑ παραλύω (par‑al‑oo'‑o);  4685 ‑ σπάω (spah'‑o);  1562 ‑ ἐκδύω (ek‑doo'‑o);  1590 ‑ ἐκλύω (ek‑loo'‑o);  191 ‑ ἀκούω (ak‑oo'‑o);  1572 ‑ ἐκκαίω (ek‑kah'‑yo);  851 ‑ ἀφαιρέω (af‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  863 ‑ ἀφίημι (af‑ee'‑ay‑mee);  3736 ‑ ὀρύσσω (or‑oos'‑so);  455 ‑ ἀνοίγω (an‑oy'‑go);  3089 ‑ λύω (loo'‑o);  1272 ‑ διανοίγω (dee‑an‑oy'‑go);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (144)
Genesis
9
Exodus
6
Numbers
4
Deuteronomy
6
Joshua
2
Judges
4
1 Samuel
1
1 Kings
4
2 Kings
5
2 Chronicles
7
Nehemiah
6
Job
13
Psalms
18
Proverbs
4
Song of Solomon
4
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
6
Ezekiel
15
Daniel
1
Amos
1
Nahum
3
Zechariah
3
Malachi
1
HCS ( 0 )
HCS (143)
Genesis
9
Exodus
6
Numbers
4
Deuteronomy
6
Joshua
2
Judges
4
1 Samuel
1
1 Kings
4
2 Kings
5
2 Chronicles
7
Nehemiah
6
Job
13
Psalms
18
Proverbs
4
Song of Solomon
4
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
5
Ezekiel
15
Daniel
1
Amos
1
Nahum
3
Zechariah
3
Malachi
1
BSB (147)
Genesis
11
Exodus
7
Numbers
4
Deuteronomy
6
Joshua
2
Judges
4
1 Samuel
1
1 Kings
4
2 Kings
5
2 Chronicles
7
Nehemiah
6
Job
13
Psalms
18
Proverbs
4
Song of Solomon
4
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
6
Ezekiel
15
Daniel
1
Amos
1
Nahum
3
Zechariah
3
Malachi
1
ESV (124)
Genesis
9
Numbers
4
Deuteronomy
6
Joshua
2
Judges
4
1 Samuel
1
1 Kings
4
2 Kings
5
2 Chronicles
5
Nehemiah
6
Job
11
Psalms
17
Proverbs
3
Isaiah
20
Jeremiah
5
Ezekiel
15
Daniel
1
Amos
1
Nahum
2
Zechariah
2
Malachi
1
WEB (145)
Genesis
9
Exodus
7
Numbers
4
Deuteronomy
6
Joshua
2
Judges
4
1 Samuel
1
1 Kings
4
2 Kings
5
2 Chronicles
7
Nehemiah
6
Job
13
Psalms
18
Proverbs
4
Song of Solomon
4
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
6
Ezekiel
15
Daniel
1
Amos
1
Nahum
3
Zechariah
3
Malachi
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2649) htp (פתהה PTHh) AC: Open CO: Door AB: ?: [from: tp- a hole for entering]

V) htp (פתהה PTHh) - Open: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (146): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael, Pual, Piel) open, loose, grave, engrave, put off, out, appear, drawn, break - Strongs: H6605 (פָּתַח), H6606 (פְּתַח)

Nm) htp (פתהה PTHh) - Door: As an entrance or opening. KJV (164): door, entering, entry, gate, in, entrance, opening, place - Strongs: H6607 (פֶּתַח), H6608 (פֵּתַח)

am) htpm (מפתהה MPTHh) - Key: KJV (3): key - Strongs: H4668 (מַפְתֵּחַ)

bf) hitp (פתיהה PTYHh) - Drawn sword: In the sense of being opened from the sheath. KJV (1): sword - Strongs: H6609 (פְּתִיחָה)

hm) htpm (מפתהה MPTHh) - Opening: KJV (1): opening - Strongs: H4669 (מִפְתָּח)

edm) hftip (פיתוהה PYTWHh) - Carving: In the sense of opening with a knife or chisel. KJV (11): engraving, graving, carved, graven - Strongs: H6603 (פִּתֻּחַ)

ejm) nfhtip (פיתההונ PYTHhWN) - Opening: KJV (2): open, opening - Strongs: H6610 (פִּתָּחוֹן)

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

פָּתַח

(1)  to open (Syr., Arab. فتح, Eth. ፊተሐ፡ id., compare the kindred roots פָּתָה and פָּקַח), as the eyes, 1 Kings 8:29 (compare פָּקַח); a door, Judges 3:25 a book, Nehemiah 8:5, etc. Specially the following phrases are to be noticed

(a) פָּתַח אֶת־פִּיו to open the mouth, whether it be to eat, Ezekiel 3:2, or to sing, Psalms 78:2 or to speak, especially after silence, Job 3:1, 33:2 hence to speak, to utter words, Proverbs 31:8; Psalms 109:2, and, on the other hand, not to open the mouth, i.e. to be silent, Psalms 39:10; Isaiah 53:7. Different from this is

(b) to open any one’s mouth (said of God), i.e. to cause one to speak who had been dumb, Numbers 22:28, or not fluent, Ezekiel 3:27, 33:22.

(c) to open any one’s ear, i.e. to reveal to him, used of God, Isaiah 50:5, compare 48:8.

(d) to open one’s hand to any one (followed by לְ), i.e. to be liberal towards him, Deuteronomy 15:8, 11 Deuteronomy 15:11.

(e) Cities which surrender are said to open (sc. their gates) to the besiegers, Deuteronomy 20:11; 2 Kings 15:16.

(f) to open corn, a bold figure for to open the granaries, to sell the grain, Amos 8:5.

(2) to let loose, as a sword, i.e. to draw it, Psalms 37:14 Eze. 21:33 a captive (to free from prison), Isaiah 14:17.

(3) to begin, to lead in (eröffnen), e.g. a song, Psalms 49:5.

Niphal

(1) to be opened, Genesis 7:11; Isaiah 35:5; Ezekiel 1:1.

(2) to be loosed, used of a girdle, Isaiah 5:27 to be set free, used of a captive, Job 12:14.

Piel

(1) to open, i.q. Kal, Job 41:6, and intrans. to open oneself, Song of Solomon 7:13 (of a flower); to be opened (used of the ear), Isaiah 48:8.

(2) to loose, as bonds, Job 30:11, 38:31 39:5 Psalms 116:16 a girdle, Psalms 30:12; Isaiah 20:2, etc. Part. מְפַתֵּחַ one who looses, sc. a girdle, used of a warrior taking off his armour after a battle. Also, followed by an acc. of pers. whose bonds are loosed, Jeremiah 40:4 or whose girdle is loosed, Isaiah 45:1.

(3) to open the ground with a plough, to plough, Isaiah 28:24 and (what is similar to this)

(4) to engrave, to carve, wood, 1 Kings 7:36 precious stones, Exodus 28:36 also used as to ornamental stones for building, Zechariah 3:9.

Pual, pass. of Piel No. 4, Exodus 39:6.

Hithpael, to loose oneself (from bonds), Isaiah 52:2.

Derived nouns, פֶּתַח-פְּתַחְיָה, פִּתּוּחַ, פְּתִיחָה, מַפְתֵּחַ, מִפְתָּח, and pr. names יִפְתָּח, נֶפְתּוֹחַ, נַפְתֻּחִים.

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List of Word Forms
אֲפַתֵּ֑חַ אֶפְתְּחָ֣ה אֶפְתַּ֖ח אֶפְתַּ֣ח אֶפְתַּ֤ח אֶפְתַּ֥ח אֶפְתַּח־ אֶפְתָּֽח׃ אפתח אפתח־ אפתח׃ אפתחה בְּפִתְחִ֣י בפתחי הִֽתְפַּתְּחִי֙ התפתחי וְיִפְתַּ֖ח וְנִפְתְּחָה־ וַֽיְפַתְּחֵֽהוּ׃ וַֽיִּפְתְּח֖וּ וַֽנִּפְתְּחָה֙ וַיְפַתַּ֖ח וַיְפַתַּ֤ח וַיִּפְתַּ֖ח וַיִּפְתַּ֣ח וַיִּפְתַּ֥ח וַיִּפְתַּ֨ח וַיִּפְתַּח֙ וַיִּפְתָּ֑ח וַיִּפְתָּ֔חוּ וַיִּפָּ֣תַח וַתִּפְתַּ֞ח וַתִּפְתַּ֤ח וַתִּפְתַּ֨ח וַתִּפְתַּח֙ וָאֶפְתַּ֖ח וָאֶפְתַּח־ וּכְפִתְח֖וֹ וּלְפַתֵּ֙חַ֙ וּפִתְּח֨וּ וּפִתַּ֥ח וּפִתַּחְתָּ֣ וּפִתַּחְתָּ֤ וּפָ֣תַֽח וּפָתְחָ֖ה וּפָתַח֙ וּפָתַחְתָּ֥ ואפתח ואפתח־ ויפתח ויפתחהו׃ ויפתחו וכפתחו ולפתח ונפתחה ונפתחה־ ופתח ופתחה ופתחו ופתחת ותפתח יְפַתַּ֥ח יִפְתַּ֖ח יִפְתַּ֣ח יִפְתַּ֨ח יִפְתַּח־ יִפְתָּח֔וּם יִפָּ֤תַח יִפָּֽתְח֞וּ יִפָּתֵ֑חַ יִפָּתֵ֔חַ יִפָּתֵ֗חַ יִפָּתֵֽחַ׃ יפתח יפתח־ יפתח׃ יפתחו יפתחום כִּמְפַתֵּֽחַ׃ כמפתח׃ לְ֝פַתֵּ֗חַ לְהִפָּתֵ֑חַ לְפַתֵּ֣חַ לִפְתֹּ֣חַ לִפְתֹּ֤חַ להפתח לפתח מְפַתֵּ֣חַ מְפֻתָּחֹת֙ מפתח מפתחת נִפְתְּח֖וּ נִפְתְּחוּ֙ נִפְתַּח֙ נִפְתָּ֑חוּ נִפְתָּ֔ח נִפְתָּ֔חוּ נִפְתָּֽחוּ׃ נפתח נפתחו נפתחו׃ פְּתַ֥ח פְּתַ֧ח פְּתַח־ פְּתֻח֔וֹת פְּתוּחָ֔ה פְּתוּחָ֖ה פְּתוּחָה֙ פְתֻוּח֟וֹת פְתֻח֔וֹת פְתֻח֜וֹת פְתֻחוֹת֙ פִ֭תַּח פִּ֝תַּ֗חְתָּ פִּתְח֖וּ פִּתְח֣וּ פִּתְחִי־ פִּתְחוּ־ פִּתֵּ֑חַ פִּתַּ֣ח פִּתַּ֥חְתָּ פִּתּוּחֵ֣י פִתְּחָ֣ה פִתֵּ֑חַ פִתֵּֽחַ׃ פִתַּחְתִּ֣יךָ פַּתֵּ֙חַ֙ פָ֥תַח פָּ֠תֹחַ פָּ֣תַח פָּֽתְח֣וּ פָּת֑וּחַ פָּת֥וֹחַ פָּת֥וּחַ פָּתְחָ֣ה פָּתַ֛ח פָּתַ֣חְתִּי פָּתַ֤ח פָּתַ֤חְתִּֽי פָּתַֽח־ פָּתָ֑חוּ פָּתָֽח׃ פָת֔וּחַ פָת֣וּחַ פָתַ֖ח פָתֹ֧חַ פֹּתֵ֑חַ פֹּתֵֽחַ׃ פֹתֵ֖חַ פֹתֵ֜חַ פּוֹתֵ֥חַ פותח פתוח פתוחה פתוחות פתוחי פתח פתח־ פתח׃ פתחה פתחו פתחו־ פתחות פתחי־ פתחת פתחתי פתחתיך תְּפַתֵּֽחַ׃ תְּפַתַּח֙ תִּפְתַּ֛ח תִּפְתַּ֥ח תִּפְתַּ֨ח תִּפְתַּח־ תִּפְתָּ֑ח תִּפָּתַ֣ח תִּפָּתַֽחְנָה׃ תפתח תפתח־ תפתח׃ תפתחנה׃ ’ă·p̄at·tê·aḥ ’ăp̄attêaḥ ’ep̄·taḥ ’ep̄·tāḥ ’ep̄·taḥ- ’ep̄·tə·ḥāh ’ep̄taḥ ’ep̄tāḥ ’ep̄taḥ- ’ep̄təḥāh afatTeach bə·p̄iṯ·ḥî befitChi bəp̄iṯḥî efTach efteChah faTach faToach faTuach fetuChot fetuvvChot Fittach fittachTicha fitTeach fitteChah foTeach hiṯ·pat·tə·ḥî hitpatteChi hiṯpattəḥî kim·p̄at·tê·aḥ kimfatTeach kimp̄attêaḥ lə·hip·pā·ṯê·aḥ lə·p̄at·tê·aḥ lefatTeach lehippaTeach ləhippāṯêaḥ ləp̄attêaḥ lifToach lip̄·tō·aḥ lip̄tōaḥ mə·p̄at·tê·aḥ mə·p̄ut·tā·ḥōṯ mefatTeach mefuttaChot məp̄attêaḥ məp̄uttāḥōṯ nifTach nifTachu nifteChu nip̄·tā·ḥū nip̄·taḥ nip̄·tāḥ nip̄·tə·ḥū nip̄taḥ nip̄tāḥ nip̄tāḥū nip̄təḥū pā·ṯā·ḥū pā·ṯaḥ pā·ṯāḥ p̄ā·ṯaḥ pā·ṯaḥ- pā·ṯaḥ·tî pā·ṯə·ḥāh pā·ṯə·ḥū pā·ṯō·aḥ p̄ā·ṯō·aḥ pā·ṯō·w·aḥ pā·ṯū·aḥ p̄ā·ṯū·aḥ pat·tê·aḥ paTach paTachti paTachu pāṯaḥ pāṯāḥ p̄āṯaḥ pāṯaḥ- pāṯaḥtî pāṯāḥū pateChah pateChu pāṯəḥāh pāṯəḥū Patoach pāṯōaḥ p̄āṯōaḥ pāṯōwaḥ patTeach pattêaḥ paTuach pāṯūaḥ p̄āṯūaḥ pə·ṯaḥ pə·ṯaḥ- pə·ṯū·ḥāh pə·ṯu·ḥō·wṯ p̄ə·ṯu·ḥō·wṯ p̄ə·ṯuw·w·ḥō·wṯ peTach pəṯaḥ pəṯaḥ- petuChah petuChot pəṯūḥāh pəṯuḥōwṯ p̄əṯuḥōwṯ p̄əṯuwwḥōwṯ piṯ·ḥî- piṯ·ḥū piṯ·ḥū- pit·taḥ p̄it·taḥ pit·taḥ·tā p̄it·taḥ·tî·ḵā pit·tê·aḥ p̄it·tê·aḥ p̄it·tə·ḥāh pit·tū·ḥê pitchi pitChu piṯḥî- piṯḥū piṯḥū- pitTach pitTachta pittaḥ p̄ittaḥ pittaḥtā p̄ittaḥtîḵā pitTeach pittêaḥ p̄ittêaḥ p̄ittəḥāh pittuChei pittūḥê pō·ṯê·aḥ p̄ō·ṯê·aḥ pō·w·ṯê·aḥ poTeach pōṯêaḥ p̄ōṯêaḥ pōwṯêaḥ tə·p̄at·taḥ tə·p̄at·tê·aḥ tefatTach tefatTeach təp̄attaḥ təp̄attêaḥ tifTach tip·pā·ṯaḥ tip·pā·ṯaḥ·nāh tip̄·taḥ tip̄·tāḥ tip̄·taḥ- tippaTach tippaTachnah tippāṯaḥ tippāṯaḥnāh tip̄taḥ tip̄tāḥ tip̄taḥ- ū·ḵə·p̄iṯ·ḥōw ū·lə·p̄at·tê·aḥ ū·p̄ā·ṯaḥ ū·p̄ā·ṯaḥ·tā ū·p̄ā·ṯə·ḥāh ū·p̄it·taḥ ū·p̄it·taḥ·tā ū·p̄it·tə·ḥū uchefitCho ufaTach ufatachTa ufateChah ufitTach ufittachTa ufitteChu ūḵəp̄iṯḥōw ulefatTeach ūləp̄attêaḥ ūp̄āṯaḥ ūp̄āṯaḥtā ūp̄āṯəḥāh ūp̄ittaḥ ūp̄ittaḥtā ūp̄ittəḥū vaefTach vaiyifTach vaiyifTachu vaiyifteChu vaiyipPatach vannifteChah vattifTach vayfatTach VayfatteChehu veniftechah veyifTach wā’ep̄taḥ wā’ep̄taḥ- wā·’ep̄·taḥ wā·’ep̄·taḥ- wan·nip̄·tə·ḥāh wannip̄təḥāh wat·tip̄·taḥ wattip̄taḥ way·p̄at·taḥ way·p̄at·tə·ḥê·hū way·yip·pā·ṯaḥ way·yip̄·tā·ḥū way·yip̄·taḥ way·yip̄·tāḥ way·yip̄·tə·ḥū wayp̄attaḥ wayp̄attəḥêhū wayyippāṯaḥ wayyip̄taḥ wayyip̄tāḥ wayyip̄tāḥū wayyip̄təḥū wə·nip̄·tə·ḥāh- wə·yip̄·taḥ wənip̄təḥāh- wəyip̄taḥ yə·p̄at·taḥ yefatTach yəp̄attaḥ yifTach yiftaChum yip·pā·ṯaḥ yip·pā·ṯê·aḥ yip·pā·ṯə·ḥū yip̄·tā·ḥūm yip̄·taḥ yip̄·taḥ- yipPatach yippāṯaḥ yippaTeach yippāṯêaḥ yippateChu yippāṯəḥū yip̄taḥ yip̄taḥ- yip̄tāḥūm
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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