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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #0887 - בָּאַשׁ

Transliteration
bâ'ash
Phonetics
baw-ash'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
195
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to have a bad smell, stink, smell bad

1a) (Qal) to stink, smell bad

1b) (Niphal)

1b1) to become odious

1b2) to make oneself odious

1c) (Hiphil)

1c1) to stink, emit a stinking odour

1c2) to cause to stink

1c3) of wickedness (figuratively)

1d) (Hithpael) to make oneself odious

2) (TWOT) to abhor

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 3605 ‑ ὄζω (od'‑zo);  153 ‑ αἰσχύνομαι (ahee‑skhoo'‑nom‑ahee);  3744 ‑ ὀσμή (os‑may');  
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KJV (17)
Genesis
1
Exodus
6
1 Samuel
3
2 Samuel
2
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
1
NAS (30)
Genesis
2
Exodus
11
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
4
1 Chronicles
2
Psalms
2
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
1
HCS (16)
Genesis
1
Exodus
6
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
2
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
1
BSB (18)
Genesis
1
Exodus
6
1 Samuel
3
2 Samuel
2
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
2
ESV (10)
Genesis
1
1 Samuel
3
2 Samuel
2
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Isaiah
1
WEB (16)
Exodus
6
1 Samuel
3
2 Samuel
2
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1044) sb (בסה BSh) AC: Wither CO: Dry AB: Shame: A drying up of a land, stream, plant, etc. (eng: bashful)

A) sb (בסה BSh) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Shame: When a wetland dries up the fish and vegetation die and begin to stink from the rotting matter.

mf1) ensb (בסהנה BShNH) - Shame: KJV (1): shame - Strongs: H1317 (בָּשְׁנָה)

D) sab (באסה BASh) AC: Stink CO: ? AB: ?: The smell of a dried up marsh.

V) sab (באסה BASh) - Stink: Something that gives off a bad odor or is loathsome. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (18): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael) stink, abhor, abomination, loathsome, stinking, savour, displeased - Strongs: H887 (בָּאַשׁ), H888 (בְּאֵשׁ)

Nm) sab (באסה BASh) - Stink: A foul odor. KJV (3): stink - Strongs: H889 (בְּאשׁ)

Nf1) esab (באסהה BAShH) - Stinkweed: KJV (1): cockle - Strongs: H890 (בָּאְשָׁה)

df) sfab (באוסה BAWSh) - Stink: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (3): stink, bad - Strongs: H873 (בִּאישׁ), H891 (בְּאֻשׁ)

J) sfb (בוסה BWSh) AC: ? CO: Genitals AB: Shame: A dry and arid desert. Also Shame as one who is dried up.

V) sfb (בוסה BWSh) - Ashamed: KJV (109): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) ashamed, confounded, shame, confusion, delayed, dry, long, shamed - Strongs: H954 (בּוֹשׁ)

Nf1) esfb (בוסהה BWShH) - Shame: KJV (4): shame - Strongs: H955 (בּוּשָׁה)

Nf2) tsfb (בוסהת BWShT) - Shame: KJV (30): shame, confusion, ashamed, greatly, shameful thing - Strongs: H1322 (בּשֶׁת)

am) sfbm (מבוסה MBWSh) - Genitals: The feeling of shame when exposed. KJV (1): secrets - Strongs: H4016 (מְבוּשִׁים)

L) sbi (יבסה YBSh) AC: Dry CO: ? AB: ?: A dried up and withered land.

V) sbi (יבסה YBSh) - Dry: To be dried up as well as withered, ashamed or confused. KJV (78): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) dry up, withered, confounded, ashamed, dry, wither away, clean, shamed, shamefully - Strongs: H3001 (יָבֵשׁ)

Nm) sbi (יבסה YBSh) - Dry: KJV (9): dry - Strongs: H3002 (יָבֵשׁ)

Nf1) esbi (יבסהה YBShH) - Dry: A dry land. KJV (14): dry, dry land, dry ground, land - Strongs: H3004 (יַבָּשָׁה)

Nf2) tsbi (יבסהת YBShT) - Dry: A dry land. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (3): dry, land - Strongs: H3006 (יַבֶּשֶׁת), H3007 (יַבְּשָׁה)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

בָּאַשׁ fut. יִבְאַשׁ

(1)  to have a bad smell, to stink, EX. 7:18, 21 8:10 16:20. Comp. בְּאשׁ.

(2). i.q. Ch. to be evil, to be of an evil nature, see בִּאוּשׁ, בְּאֻשִׁים, בָּאְשָׁה, and Hiphil No. 3; Arab. بَوءُسَ to be bold, daring (prop. evil), German böfe. Amongst the Orientals, the signification of smelling badly, is often applied to a bad disposition, just as on the contrary, a good smell is applied to goodness and pleasantness; comp. בָּשַׂם to smell well, and ܒܣܰܡ to be pleasant, טוֹב to be good, and طَابَ to smell well, etc.

Niphal, to become fœtid, and metaph. to become hateful, odious, construed with בְּ and (אִתְּ) אֵת of pers., 1 Samuel 13:4; 2 Samuel 10:6, 16:21, comp. être en bonne, en mauvaise odeur.

Hiphil

(1) to make fœtid, Ecclesiastes 10:1, and metaph. to make hateful, odious; with בְּ of pers., Genesis 34:30. More fully, Exodus 5:21, הִבְאַשְׁתֶּם אֶת־רֵיחֵנוּ “ye have made our savour to be abhorred,” i.e. have made us to be hated.

(2) intrans. to stink (pr. however, to produce, to excite stench, Geftank erregen). Exodus 16:24 Psal. 38:6, metaph. to be hateful; with בְּ, 1 Samuel 27:12.

(3) to act wickedly, Like the Syr. ܐܰܒܶܐܫ. Proverbs 13:5, “a righteous man hates false words, רָשָׁע יַבְאִישׁ וְיַחְפִּיר the wicked man acts wickedly and causes shame” (by his falsehoods).

Hithpael, i.q. Niphal, constr. with עִם, 1 Chronicles 19:6.

Derivatives follow, except בִּאוּשׁ.

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List of Word Forms
הִֽתְבָּאֲשׁ֖וּ הִבְאִ֔ישׁ הִבְאִ֣ישׁוּ הִבְאִישׁ֙ הִבְאַשְׁתֶּ֣ם הַבְאֵ֤שׁ הֹבִ֔ישׁ הבאיש הבאישו הבאש הבאשתם הביש התבאשו וַיִּבְאַ֑שׁ וַיִּבְאַ֣שׁ וַתִּבְאַ֖שׁ וּבָאַ֣שׁ ובאש ויבאש ותבאש יַבְאִ֥ישׁ יבאיש לְהַבְאִישֵׁ֙נִי֙ להבאישני נִבְאֲשׁ֖וּ נִבְאַ֣שְׁתָּ נִבְאַשׁ נבאש נבאשו נבאשת תִּבְאַ֤שׁ תבאש haḇ’êš haḇ·’êš havEsh hiḇ’aštem hiḇ’îš hiḇ’îšū hiḇ·’aš·tem hiḇ·’î·šū hiḇ·’îš hiṯ·bā·’ă·šū hiṯbā’ăšū hitbaaShu hivashTem hivIsh hivIshu hō·ḇîš hōḇîš hoVish lə·haḇ·’î·šê·nî ləhaḇ’îšênî lehaviSheni niḇ’aš niḇ’aštā niḇ’ăšū niḇ·’ă·šū niḇ·’aš niḇ·’aš·tā nivash nivAshta nivaShu tiḇ’aš tiḇ·’aš tivAsh ū·ḇā·’aš ūḇā’aš uvaAsh vaiyivAsh vattivAsh wat·tiḇ·’aš wattiḇ’aš way·yiḇ·’aš wayyiḇ’aš yaḇ’îš yaḇ·’îš yavIsh
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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