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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #2029 - הָרָה

Transliteration
hârâh
Phonetics
haw-raw'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
515
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to conceive, become pregnant, bear, be with child, be conceived, progenitor

1a) (Qal) to conceive, become pregnant

1b) (Pual) to be conceived

1c) (Poel) to conceive, contrive, devise

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1081 ‑ γέννημα (ghen'‑nay‑mah);  2983 ‑ λαμβάνω (lam‑ban'‑o);  4815 ‑ συλλαμβάνω (sool‑lam‑ban'‑o);  4815 ‑ συλλαμβάνω (sool‑lam‑ban'‑o);  5088 ‑ τίκτω (tik'‑to);  5605 ‑ ὠδίνω (o‑dee'‑no);  1064 ‑ γαστήρ (gas‑tare');  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (43)
Genesis
21
Exodus
1
Numbers
1
Judges
1
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
1
2 Kings
1
1 Chronicles
2
Job
2
Psalms
1
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
5
Hosea
4
NAS (44)
Genesis
21
Exodus
1
Numbers
1
Judges
1
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
2
2 Kings
1
1 Chronicles
2
Job
2
Psalms
1
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
5
Hosea
4
HCS (43)
Genesis
21
Exodus
1
Numbers
1
Judges
1
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
1
2 Kings
1
1 Chronicles
2
Job
2
Psalms
1
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
5
Hosea
4
BSB (49)
Genesis
27
Exodus
1
Numbers
1
Judges
3
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
1
2 Kings
1
1 Chronicles
2
Job
1
Psalms
1
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
4
Hosea
4
ESV (40)
Genesis
21
Numbers
1
Judges
1
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
1
2 Kings
1
1 Chronicles
3
Job
2
Psalms
1
Isaiah
3
Hosea
4
WEB (43)
Genesis
21
Exodus
1
Numbers
1
Judges
1
1 Samuel
2
2 Samuel
1
2 Kings
1
1 Chronicles
2
Job
2
Psalms
1
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
5
Hosea
4
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1112) re (הר HR) AC: High CO: Hill AB: ?: The pictograph r is a representation of a head. In Hebrew thought all things are in motion. A mountain or hill is not inanimate but the head of the landscape rising up out of the ground. (eng: hill - an exchange for the l and r)

A) re (הר HR) AC: ? CO: Hill AB: ?

Nm ) re (הר HR) - Hill: KJV (546): mountain, mount, hill - Strongs: H2022 (הַר)

lcm) rfere (הרהור HRHWR) - Thought: As a mental pregnancy. [Aramaic only] KJV (1): thought - Strongs: H2031 (הַרְהֹר)

B) rre (הרר HRR) AC: ? CO: Hill AB: ?

Nm ) rre (הרר HRR) - Hill: KJV (13): mountain, hill, mount - Strongs: H2042 (הָרָר)

H) ere (הרה HRH) AC: Pregnant CO: ? AB: ?

V) ere (הרה HRH) - Pregnant: KJV (43): (vf: Paal, Pual) conceive, with child, bare, progenitor - Strongs: H2029 (הָרָה)

Nf1) ere (הרה HRH) - Pregnant: [df: yrh] KJV (16): with child, conceive - Strongs: H2030 (הָרִי)

jm ) nfre (הרונ HRWN) - Pregnancy: From the mound of the belly. [df: Nwyrh] KJV (3): conception - Strongs: H2032 (הֵרוֹן)

L) rei (יהר YHR) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Pride

bm ) riei (יהיר YHYR) - Proud: One who has made himself high. KJV (2): proud, haughty - Strongs: H3093 (יָהִיר)

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

הָרָה

(1)  to conceive (as a woman), to become pregnant [“The etymology seems to lie in the idea of swelling; kindred to הָרַר, הַרְהֵר.” Ges.add.], Genesis 4:1, 17 16:4 21:2 25:21 29:32 followed by לְ of the man by whom she conceives, Genesis 38:18. Part. הוֹרָה she who conceives; hence used poet. for a mother, Song of Solomon 3:4; Hosea 2:7. The Hebrew interpreters also consider the plur. הוֹרִים to be as if by zeugma (comp. Arabic أَبَانِ both fathers, for parents), to be put for parents, Genesis 49:26 but see under the word הוֹר.

(2) metaph. to conceive in the mind; hence to plan, to devise any thing. Psalms 7:15, הָרָה עָמָל וְיָלַד שֶׁקֶר “he conceived mischief, and brought forth falsehood;” Job 15:35; Isaiah 33:11, 59:4.

Paul הֹרָה pass. to be conceived. Job 3:3, “and (let) the night (perish, which) said הֹרָה גֶבֶר there is a man child conceived.” Well explained by Schultens, “Inducitur nox illa (in qua Jobus conceptus sit) quasi conscia mysterii et exultans ob spem prolis virilis.”

It is altogether without ground that some have also ascribed to this verb, the signification of bringing forth, appealing to 1 Chronicles 4:17, וַתַּהַר אֶת־מִרְיָם, for all that the passage shews is that the mention of the birth is omitted.

Poel, inf. absol. הֹרוֹ Isaiah 59:13, i.q. Kal No. 2.

The derived nouns are הֵרוֹן, הָרִי, הֵרָיוֹן [and the following]

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List of Word Forms
הָר֥וֹ הָרִ֗יתִי הָרָ֔תָה הָרָ֖ה הָרָ֜ה הָרֹ֣ה הֹר֧וֹ הֽוֹרָתָ֑ם הוֹרַ֔י הוֹרָתִֽי׃ הורי הורתי׃ הורתם הרה הרו הריתי הרתה וְהָרִ֖ית וְהָרָ֥ה וַֽתַּהֲרֶ֛יןָ וַתַּ֑הַר וַתַּ֖הַר וַתַּ֙הַר֙ וַתַּ֛הַר וַתַּ֣הַר וַתַּ֤הַר וַתַּ֥הַר וַתַּ֨הַר וַתַּהַר֩ והרה והרית ותהר ותהרין תַּהֲר֥וּ תהרו hā·rā·ṯāh hā·rāh hā·rî·ṯî hā·rōh hā·rōw haRah hārāh haRatah hārāṯāh haRiti hārîṯî haRo haRoh hārōh hārōw hō·rōw hō·w·rā·ṯām hō·w·rā·ṯî hō·w·ray hoRai horaTam horaTi hoRo hōrōw hōwrāṯām hōwrāṯî hōwray ta·hă·rū tahaRu tahărū vatTahar vattahaReina vehaRah vehaRit wat·ta·hă·re·nā wat·ta·har wattahar wattahărenā wə·hā·rāh wə·hā·rîṯ wəhārāh wəhārîṯ
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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