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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #2026 - הָרַג

Transliteration
hârag
Phonetics
haw-rag'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
514
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to kill, slay, murder, destroy, murderer, slayer, out of hand

1a) (Qal)

1a1) to kill, slay

1a2) to destroy, ruin

1b) (Niphal) to be killed

1c) (Pual) to be killed, be slain

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2695 ‑ κατασφάζω (kat‑as‑fat'‑to);  336 ‑ ἀναίρεσις (an‑ah'ee‑res‑is);  622 ‑ ἀπόλλυμι (ap‑ol'‑loo‑mee);  853 ‑ ἀφανίζω (af‑an‑id'‑zo);  1574 ‑ ἐκκεντέω (ek‑ken‑teh'‑o);  2348 ‑ θνῄσκω (thnay'‑sko);  3498 ‑ νεκρός (nek‑ros');  4967 ‑ σφαγή (sfag‑ay');  4969 ‑ σφάζω (sfad'‑zo);  4098 ‑ πίπτω (pip'‑to, pet'‑o);  337 ‑ ἀναιρέω (an‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  5407 ‑ φονεύω (fon‑yoo'‑o);  615 ‑ ἀποκτείνω (ap‑ok‑ti'‑no);  2289 ‑ θανατόω (than‑at‑o'‑o);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (167)
Genesis
16
Exodus
11
Leviticus
2
Numbers
11
Deuteronomy
2
Joshua
4
Judges
16
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
11
2 Kings
5
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
12
Nehemiah
4
Esther
9
Job
2
Psalms
9
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
9
Jeremiah
3
Lamentations
4
Ezekiel
10
Hosea
2
Amos
4
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
1
NAS (166)
Genesis
16
Exodus
11
Leviticus
2
Numbers
11
Deuteronomy
2
Joshua
4
Judges
16
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
11
2 Kings
5
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
12
Nehemiah
4
Esther
8
Job
2
Psalms
9
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
9
Jeremiah
3
Lamentations
4
Ezekiel
10
Hosea
2
Amos
4
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
1
HCS (164)
Genesis
16
Exodus
11
Leviticus
2
Numbers
10
Deuteronomy
2
Joshua
4
Judges
15
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
11
2 Kings
5
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
12
Nehemiah
4
Esther
9
Job
2
Psalms
9
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
9
Jeremiah
3
Lamentations
4
Ezekiel
9
Hosea
2
Amos
4
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
1
BSB (173)
Genesis
22
Exodus
11
Leviticus
2
Numbers
11
Deuteronomy
2
Joshua
4
Judges
16
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
11
2 Kings
5
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
12
Nehemiah
4
Esther
9
Job
2
Psalms
9
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
9
Jeremiah
3
Lamentations
4
Ezekiel
10
Hosea
2
Amos
4
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
1
ESV (154)
Genesis
16
Leviticus
2
Numbers
11
Deuteronomy
2
Joshua
4
Judges
16
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
8
1 Kings
11
2 Kings
5
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
12
Nehemiah
4
Esther
8
Job
2
Psalms
9
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
8
Jeremiah
3
Lamentations
4
Ezekiel
10
Hosea
2
Amos
4
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
1
WEB (166)
Genesis
16
Exodus
11
Leviticus
2
Numbers
11
Deuteronomy
2
Joshua
4
Judges
16
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
9
1 Kings
11
2 Kings
5
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
12
Nehemiah
4
Esther
9
Job
2
Psalms
8
Proverbs
2
Ecclesiastes
1
Isaiah
10
Jeremiah
2
Lamentations
3
Ezekiel
10
Hosea
2
Amos
4
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1440) cr (רג RG) AC: Trample CO: Rug AB: Thought: The pictograph r is a picture of the head of a man, the c is a picture of a foot. Combined these mean "man of feet". The treading underfoot of something. A woven rug as something tread upon. (eng: rug - as woven and trampled on; harangue; wrong)

A) cr (רג RG) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Thought: A weaving of thoughts in the mind.

Nm) cr (רג RG) - Thought: [df: er] KJV (2): thoughts - Strongs: H7454 (רֵעַ)

fjm ) nficr (רגיונ RGYWN) - Thought: [Aramaic only] [df: Nwyer] KJV (6): thoughts - Strongs: H7476 (רַעְיוֹן)

C) cra (ארג ARG) AC: Weave CO: ? AB: ?: A woven rug that is laid on the floor of the tent for walking on.

V) cra (ארג ARG) - Weave: KJV (13): (vf: Paal) weave, weaver - Strongs: H707 (אָרַג)

Nm) cra (ארג ARG) - Beam: A weavers beam. KJV (2): beam, shuttle - Strongs: H708 (אֶרֶג)

jm) nfcra (ארגונ ARGWN) - Purple: A reddish-purple color used to dye yarn and used in weaving. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (4): purple, scarlet - Strongs: H710 (אַרְגְּוָן), H711 (אַרְגְּוָן)

pmm) nmcra (ארגמנ ARGMN) - Purple: A reddish-purple color used to dye yarn and used in weaving. KJV (38): purple - Strongs: H713 (אַרְגָּמָן)

F) cre (הרג HRG) AC: Trample CO: ? AB: ?: The trampling over of another with the intent to kill.

V) cre (הרג HRG) - Kill: KJV (167): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Pual) slay, kill, murderer, destroy, murder, slayer - Strongs: H2026 (הָרַג)

Nm) cre (הרג HRG) - Slaughter: KJV (5): slaughter, slain - Strongs: H2027 (הֶרֶג)

Nf1) ecre (הרגה HRGH) - Slaughter: KJV (5): slaughter - Strongs: H2028 (הֲרֵגָה)

L) cri (ירג YRG) AC: Trample CO: Sledge AB: ?

Nf ) cri (ירג YRG) - Sledge: A wooden sled pulled behind oxen that tramples over the grain to open the hulls. [df: heyry] KJV (54): curtain - Strongs: H3407 (יְרִיעָה)

Adopted Roots:

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

הָרַג fut. יַהֲרֹג to kill

(a) persons, used not only of private homicide (for which רָצַח is more frequently used), Genesis 4:8, seq.; Exodus 3:14, but also of the slaughter of enemies in war, Isaiah 10:4, 14:20 Joshua 10:11, 13:22 also of any slaying, 1 Kings 19:10, seq.; 2 Kings 11:18; Esther 9:6 whether by the sword, Exodus 23:23; 2 Samuel 12:9; Amos 4:10 or by throwing a stone, Judges 9:54. Hence it is applied also to a pestilence, Jeremiah 18:21.; to a viper, Job 20:16 and even poet. to grief, Job 5:2.

(b) to kill animals, Isaiah 27:1 hence to slay for food, Isaiah 22:13. Metaph. (c) it is applied even to plants. Psalms 78:47, יַהֲרֹג בַּבָּרָד גַּפְנָם “he killed their vines with hail.” Comp. מוּת Job 14:8, and the observations on that word, Virg. Georg. iv. 330; felices interfice messes. Constr. commonly with acc., rarely followed by לְ 2 Samuel 3:30; Job 5:2 and followed by בְּ, to make a slaughter amongst, 2 Chronicles 28:9; Psalms 78:31. Comp. בְּ A. 2.

Niphal, pass. to be killed, Ezekiel 26:6, 15 Ezekiel 26:15.

Pual, id. Isaiah 27:7; Psalms 44:23.

Derivatives the following words.

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List of Word Forms
אֶהֱר֥וֹג אֶהֱרֹ֑ג אהרג אהרוג בֵּהָ֤רֵֽג בַּהֲרֹ֣ג בַּהֲרֹ֥ג בַּהֲרוּגִ֥ים בהרג בהרוגים הֲרַגְתִּ֖ים הֲרַגְתִּ֗יךָ הֲרַגְתִּֽיךְ׃ הֲרַגְתֶּ֖ם הֲרַגְתָּֽנִי׃ הֲרָג֖וֹ הֲרָגָ֑תְהוּ הֲרָגָ֥ם הֲרָגֽוּם׃ הֲרֹ֣ג הֲרֹֽגוּ׃ הֲרֻ֣גֵי הֲרֻגִ֖ים הֲרֻגֶֽיהָ׃ הֲרֻגָ֖יו הֲרוּגִ֖ים הֲרוּגֶֽיהָ׃ הִרְג֥וּ הִרְגוּ֙ הַֽהֲרוּגִ֛ים הַלְהָרְגֵ֙נִי֙ הָ֣רְגוּ הָרְג֖וּ הָרְג֛וּ הָרְג֣וּ הָרְג֤וּ הָרְג֧וּ הָרְגֵ֤נִי הָרְגוּ֩ הָרַ֔גְתָּ הָרַ֖גְתִּי הָרַ֖גְתָּ הָרַ֙גְתִּי֙ הָרַ֙גְתָּ֙ הָרַ֛ג הָרַ֣ג הָרַ֤גְתִּי הָרָ֑ג הָרָ֑גְתָּ הָרָ֑גוּ הָרָ֔ג הָרָ֔גוּ הָרָֽגְתָּ׃ הָרֹ֔ג הָרֹ֤ג ׀ הָרֹג֙ הֹֽרְגֶ֑ךָ הֹרְגִ֖ים הֹרֵ֔ג הֹרֵ֖ג הֹרֵ֣ג הֹרֵ֥ג הֹרֵ֨ג הֹרַ֣גְנוּ הֹרָֽג׃ ההרוגים הוֹרֵֽג׃ הורג׃ הלהרגני הרג הרג׃ הרגו הרגו׃ הרגום׃ הרגי הרגיה׃ הרגיו הרגים הרגך הרגם הרגנו הרגני הרגת הרגת׃ הרגתהו הרגתי הרגתיך הרגתיך׃ הרגתים הרגתם הרגתני׃ הרוגיה׃ הרוגים וְ֝הָרַ֗ג וְאַֽהַרְגָ֖ה וְהִרְג֧וּ וְהָרְג֥וּ וְהָרַ֥ג וְהָרַגְתִּ֥י וְהָרַגְתָּ֥ וְהָרֹג֙ וְלַהֲרֹ֨ג וְנַֽהַרְגֵ֗הוּ וַֽ֭יַּהֲרֹג וַֽיַּהֲרֹ֔ג וַֽיַּהֲרֹ֖ג וַֽיַּהֲרֹ֞ג וַֽיַּהֲרֹג֙ וַהֲרְגְנֻֽהוּ׃ וַהֲרַגְנ֑וּם וַהֲרָג֖וּנִי וַהֲרָג֗וּם וַהֲרָגָ֑נִי וַהֲרָגָ֑תַם וַהֲרָגָֽנִי׃ וַהֲרָגֻ֕נִי וַיַּ֣הַרְגֵ֔ם וַיַּֽהַרְג֖וּ וַיַּֽהַרְג֣וּ וַיַּֽהַרְגֻ֥הוּ וַיַּהֲרֹ֥ג וַיַּהֲרֹ֨ג וַיַּהֲרֹג֩ וַיַּהַרְג֗וּם וַיַּהַרְג֨וּ וַיַּהַרְגֵ֖הוּ וַיַּהַרְגֵ֣ם וַיַּהַרְגֵֽהוּ׃ וַיַּהַרְגֵֽם׃ וַתַּֽהַרְגוּ־ וַתַּהַרְג֧וּ וָאֶהְרְגֵ֔הוּ וָאֶהְרְגֵ֖הוּ ואהרגה ואהרגהו והרג והרגו והרגום והרגוני והרגנהו והרגנום והרגני והרגני׃ והרגת והרגתי והרגתם ויהרג ויהרגהו ויהרגהו׃ ויהרגו ויהרגום ויהרגם ויהרגם׃ ולהרג ונהרגהו ותהרגו ותהרגו־ יֵהָרֵ֛ג יַֽהֲרְגֻן֙ יַֽהַרְגֵֽנִי׃ יַֽהַרְגֻ֜נִי יַהֲרָג־ יַהֲרֹ֑ג יַהֲרֹ֑גוּ יַהֲרֹ֔ג יַהֲרֹ֔גוּ יַהֲרֹ֣ג יַהֲרֹֽג׃ יהרג יהרג־ יהרג׃ יהרגו יהרגן יהרגני יהרגני׃ לְהָרְג֣וֹ לְהָרְגֵֽנוּ׃ לְהָרְגֶ֔ךָ לְהָרְגֶֽךָ׃ לְהֹרְגִֽים׃ לַֽהֲרֹ֔ג לַהֲר֣וֹג לַהֲרָגֲךָ֖ לַהֲרֹ֔ג לַהֲרֹ֖ג לַהֲרֹ֣ג לַהֲרֹ֤ג לַהֲרֹ֥ג לַהֲרֹג֩ לַהֲרוֹג֙ להרג להרגו להרגים׃ להרגך להרגך׃ להרגנו׃ להרוג נַהֲרֹג֙ נהרג תֵּהָרַ֑גְנָה תַּֽ֝הַרְגֵ֗הוּ תַּֽהַרְגֵ֑ם תַּֽהַרְגֶ֔נּוּ תַּהֲרֹ֔ג תַּהֲרֹֽג׃ תַּהֲרֹֽגוּ׃ תַּהַרְג֣וּ תַּהַרְגֵ֤ם ׀ תהרג תהרג׃ תהרגהו תהרגו תהרגו׃ תהרגם תהרגנה תהרגנו ’e·hĕ·rō·wḡ ’e·hĕ·rōḡ ’ehĕrōḡ ’ehĕrōwḡ ba·hă·rōḡ ba·hă·rū·ḡîm bahaRog bahărōḡ baharuGim bahărūḡîm bê·hā·rêḡ beHareg bêhārêḡ eheRog ha·hă·rū·ḡîm hă·rā·ḡā·ṯə·hū hă·rā·ḡām hā·rā·ḡə·tā hă·rā·ḡōw hā·rā·ḡū hă·rā·ḡūm hā·raḡ hā·rāḡ hā·raḡ·tā hă·raḡ·tā·nî hă·raḡ·tem hā·raḡ·tî hă·raḡ·tî·ḵā hă·raḡ·tîḵ hă·raḡ·tîm hā·rə·ḡê·nî hā·rə·ḡū hă·rō·ḡū hă·rōḡ hā·rōḡ hă·ru·ḡāw hă·ru·ḡê hă·ru·ḡe·hā hă·rū·ḡe·hā hă·ru·ḡîm hă·rū·ḡîm haharuGim hahărūḡîm hal·hā·rə·ḡê·nî halhareGeni halhārəḡênî haRag hāraḡ hārāḡ haraGam hărāḡām haraGatehu hărāḡāṯəhū haRageta hārāḡətā haraGo hărāḡōw haRagta hāraḡtā haragTani hăraḡtānî haragTem hăraḡtem haRagti hāraḡtî haragTich haragTicha hăraḡtîḵ hăraḡtîḵā haragTim hăraḡtîm haRagu hārāḡū haraGum hărāḡūm hareGeni hārəḡênî hareGu hārəḡū haRog hărōḡ hārōḡ haRogu hărōḡū haruGav hăruḡāw hăruḡê hăruḡehā hărūḡehā haRugei haruGeiha haruGim hăruḡîm hărūḡîm hir·ḡū hirGu hirḡū hō·rāḡ hō·raḡ·nū hō·rə·ḡe·ḵā hō·rə·ḡîm hō·rêḡ hō·w·rêḡ hoRag hōrāḡ hoRagnu hōraḡnū hoReg hōrêḡ horeGecha hōrəḡeḵā horeGim hōrəḡîm hōwrêḡ la·hă·rā·ḡă·ḵā la·hă·rō·wḡ la·hă·rōḡ laharagaCha lahărāḡăḵā lahaRog lahărōḡ lahărōwḡ lə·hā·rə·ḡe·ḵā lə·hā·rə·ḡê·nū lə·hā·rə·ḡōw lə·hō·rə·ḡîm lehareGecha ləhārəḡeḵā lehareGenu ləhārəḡênū lehareGo ləhārəḡōw lehoreGim ləhōrəḡîm na·hă·rōḡ nahaRog nahărōḡ ta·hă·rō·ḡū ta·hă·rōḡ ta·har·ḡê·hū ta·har·ḡêm ta·har·ḡen·nū ta·har·ḡū taharGehu taharḡêhū taharGem taharḡêm taharGennu taharḡennū taharGu taharḡū tahaRog tahărōḡ tahaRogu tahărōḡū tê·hā·raḡ·nāh tehaRagnah têhāraḡnāh vaehreGehu vaharaGani vaharaGatam vaharagNum vaharaGum vaharaGuni vahargeNuhu vaiyaharGehu vaiYaharGem vaiyaharGu vaiyaharGuhu vaiyaharGum vaiyahaRog vattaharGu veaharGah vehaRag veharagTa veharagTi vehareGu vehaRog vehirGu velahaRog venaharGehu wā’ehrəḡêhū wā·’eh·rə·ḡê·hū wa·hă·rā·ḡā·nî wa·hă·rā·ḡā·ṯam wa·hă·rā·ḡu·nî wa·hă·rā·ḡū·nî wa·hă·rā·ḡūm wa·hă·raḡ·nūm wa·hăr·ḡə·nu·hū wahărāḡānî wahărāḡāṯam wahăraḡnūm wahărāḡūm wahărāḡunî wahărāḡūnî wahărḡənuhū wat·ta·har·ḡū wat·ta·har·ḡū- wattaharḡū wattaharḡū- way·ya·hă·rōḡ way·ya·har·ḡê·hū way·ya·har·ḡêm way·ya·har·ḡū way·ya·har·ḡu·hū way·ya·har·ḡūm wayyaharḡêhū wayyaharḡêm wayyaharḡū wayyaharḡuhū wayyaharḡūm wayyahărōḡ wə’aharḡāh wə·’a·har·ḡāh wə·hā·raḡ wə·hā·raḡ·tā wə·hā·raḡ·tî wə·hā·rə·ḡū wə·hā·rōḡ wə·hir·ḡū wə·la·hă·rōḡ wə·na·har·ḡê·hū wəhāraḡ wəhāraḡtā wəhāraḡtî wəhārəḡū wəhārōḡ wəhirḡū wəlahărōḡ wənaharḡêhū ya·hă·rāḡ- ya·hă·rō·ḡū ya·hă·rōḡ ya·har·ḡê·nî ya·har·ḡu·nî ya·hăr·ḡun yahărāḡ- YaharGeni yaharḡênî yaharGun yahărḡun yaharGuni yaharḡunî yaharog yahărōḡ yahaRogu yahărōḡū yê·hā·rêḡ yehaReg yêhārêḡ
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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