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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1887 - הֵא
1093) ae (הא HA) AC: Look CO: ? AB: Behold: The pictograph e represents one who is looking at a great sight with his hands raised as when saying behold. A looking toward someone or something. This root is closely related to ee, fe, and ie. (eng: he)
Nm ) afe (הוא HWA) - He: A looking toward another. [Hebrew and Aramaic; Also the feminine she, sometimes written as aie] [df: ayh] KJV (45): that, him, same, this, he, which, who, such, wherein, be, it, one - Strongs: H1931 (הִיא), H1932 (הוּא)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
הֵא Heb. and Ch. id. Genesis 47:23; Ezekiel 16:43. In Ch. pleon. Daniel 2:43, הֵא כְדִי behold as, etc. So often the Syr. ܗܳܐ.
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