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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #2421 - חָיָה

Transliteration
châyâh
Phonetics
khaw-yaw'
Origin
a primitive root [compare (02331), (02421)]
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
644
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to live, have life, remain alive, sustain life, live prosperously, live for ever, be quickened, be alive, be restored to life or health

1a) (Qal)

1a1) to live

1a1a) to have life

1a1b) to continue in life, remain alive

1a1c) to sustain life, to live on or upon

1a1d) to live (prosperously)

1a2) to revive, be quickened

1a2a) from sickness

1a2b) from discouragement

1a2c) from faintness

1a2d) from death

1b) (Piel)

1b1) to preserve alive, let live

1b2) to give life

1b3) to quicken, revive, refresh

1b3a) to restore to life

1b3b) to cause to grow

1b3c) to restore

1b3d) to revive

1c) (Hiphil)

1c1) to preserve alive, let live

1c2) to quicken, revive

1c2a) to restore (to health)

1c2b) to revive

1c2c) to restore to life

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 404 ‑ ἀναψύχω (an‑aps‑oo'‑kho);   450 ‑ ἀνίστημι (an‑is'‑tay‑mee);   980 ‑ βιόω (bee‑o'‑o);   1096 ‑ γίνομαι (ghin'‑om‑ahee);   1614 ‑ ἐκτείνω (ek‑ti'‑no);   2198 ‑ ζάω (dzah'‑o);   2222 ‑ ζωή (dzo‑ay');   2664 ‑ καταπαύω (kat‑ap‑ow'‑o);   5199 ‑ ὑγιής (hoog‑ee‑ace');   2221 ‑ ζωγρέω (dzogue‑reh'‑o);   5142 ‑ τρέφω (tref'‑o);   4046 ‑ περιποιέω (per‑ee‑poy‑eh'‑om‑ahee);   1295 ‑ διασῴζω (dee‑as‑odze'‑o);   1321 ‑ διδάσκω (did‑as'‑ko);   1817 ‑ ἐξανίστημι (ex‑an‑is'‑tay‑mee);   2390 ‑ ἰάομαι (ee‑ah'‑om‑ahee);   5442 ‑ φυλάσσω (foo‑las'‑so);   2225 ‑ ζῳογονέω (dzo‑og‑on‑eh'‑o);   2227 ‑ ζῳοποιέω (dzo‑op‑oy‑eh'‑o);   1625 ‑ ἐκτρέφω (ek‑tref'‑o);   4982 ‑ σῴζω (sode'‑zo);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (270)
Genesis
56
Exodus
7
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
14
Joshua
9
Judges
3
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
5
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
23
1 Chronicles
1
2 Chronicles
2
Nehemiah
5
Esther
1
Job
6
Psalms
31
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
4
Isaiah
11
Jeremiah
10
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
45
Hosea
3
Amos
3
Habakkuk
2
Zechariah
3
HCS ( 0 )
HCS (268)
Genesis
48
Exodus
7
Leviticus
3
Numbers
8
Deuteronomy
17
Joshua
8
Judges
3
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
6
1 Kings
8
2 Kings
22
1 Chronicles
1
2 Chronicles
2
Nehemiah
6
Esther
1
Job
6
Psalms
31
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
4
Isaiah
11
Jeremiah
10
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
46
Hosea
3
Amos
3
Habakkuk
2
Zechariah
3
BSB (306)
Genesis
99
Exodus
5
Leviticus
2
Numbers
6
Deuteronomy
14
Joshua
8
Judges
3
1 Samuel
4
2 Samuel
5
1 Kings
8
2 Kings
22
1 Chronicles
1
2 Chronicles
2
Nehemiah
5
Esther
1
Job
6
Psalms
31
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
4
Isaiah
11
Jeremiah
10
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
43
Hosea
3
Amos
3
Habakkuk
2
Zechariah
3
ESV (273)
Genesis
58
Leviticus
1
Numbers
9
Deuteronomy
17
Joshua
8
Judges
3
1 Samuel
6
2 Samuel
5
1 Kings
8
2 Kings
22
1 Chronicles
1
2 Chronicles
2
Nehemiah
6
Esther
1
Job
6
Psalms
31
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
4
Isaiah
11
Jeremiah
10
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
48
Hosea
3
Amos
3
Habakkuk
2
Zechariah
3
WEB (270)
Genesis
56
Exodus
7
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
14
Joshua
9
Judges
3
1 Samuel
5
2 Samuel
6
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
23
1 Chronicles
1
2 Chronicles
2
Nehemiah
5
Esther
1
Job
6
Psalms
31
Proverbs
4
Ecclesiastes
4
Isaiah
11
Jeremiah
10
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
45
Hosea
3
Amos
3
Habakkuk
1
Zechariah
3
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1171) ih (ההי HhY) AC: Live CO: Stomach AB: Life: When the stomach is empty one is famished and week and when it is filled one is revived. This organ is seen as the life as an empty stomach is like death but a revived stomach is life.

A) ih (ההי HhY) AC: ? CO: Stomach AB: Life

Nf ) ih (ההי HhY) - Stomach: Literally the organ that holds food (see Job 38:39) but figurative of life. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (508): live, life, beast, alive, creature, running, living thing, raw, springing, appetite, quick - Strongs: H (), 2416">H2417"translation="">2416 (), H2417 ()

Nf3) tfih (ההיות HhYWT) - Living: KJV (1): living - Strongs: H2424 (חַיּוּת)

H) eih (ההיה HhYH) AC: ? CO: Sustenance AB: Life

V) eih (ההיה HhYH) - Live: The revival of life from food or other necessity. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (268): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) live, alive, save, quicken, revive, life, recover - Strongs: H2418 (חֲיָא), H2421 (חָיָה)

Nm) eih (ההיה HhYH) - Lively: Having the vigor of life. KJV (1): lively - Strongs: H2422 (חָיֶה)

hf1) eihm (מההיה MHhYH) - Sustenance: A food that revives life. KJV (8): revive, quick, preserve life, sustenance, victuals, recover - Strongs: H4241 (מִחְיָה)

K) fih (ההיו HhYW) AC: ? CO: Beast AB: ?

Nf1 ) efih (ההיוה HhYWH) - Beast: A living creature. [Aramaic only] KJV (20): beast - Strongs: H2423 (חֵיוָה)

M) iih (ההיי HhYY) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Life

V) iih (ההיי HhYY) - Live: KJV (23): (vf: Paal, Piel) live, life - Strongs: H2425 (חָיַי)

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

חָיָה inf. absol, חָיֹה Ezekiel 18:9, and חָיוֹ 3:21 18:28 constr. with suff. חֲיוֹתָם Joshua 5:8 with prefix לִחְיוֹת Ezekiel 33:12 imp. with prefix וֶחְיֵה Genesis 20:7 pl. וִחְיוּ 42:18 fut. יִחְיֶה apoc. יְהִי, וַיְחִי.

(1) to live, a word of very frequent use. Arabic حَىَّ, which form is also found in Hebrew, see חָיַי. Eth. ሐይወ፡ Syr. ܚܝܐܳ id. The original idea of this word is that of breathing; inasmuch as the life of animate beings is discerned by their breathing (compare נֶפֶשׁ); and the more ancient form of this root is הָוָה, which see. The same original idea is found in the Greek ζάω, ζώω, cognate to which is ἄω, ἄημι, to breathe; which, in Æschylus, is applied to the winds as breathing or blowing. Those who are curious in languages may inquire whether the Sanscrit dschîv, to live; Greek βίοω; and Latin vivo; belong to the same stock.

[“Construed

(a) with acc. of time, Genesis 5:3, ‘and Adam lived a hundred and thirty years;’ Genesis 11:11, etc.

(b) with בְּ of place, Lamentations 4:20 also of that from which one lives, 2 Kings 4:7 and of that by which one lives and prospers, Habakkuk 2:4.”]

Followed by עַל, to live upon any thing, compare עַל No. 1, a, letter γ. Often i.q. to live well, to be prosperous, to flourish, Deuteronomy 8:1, 30:16 Nehemiah 9:29 [Qu. as to the use of this latter-cited passage]. יְחִי הַמֶּלֶךְ “may the king live,” may he prosper, 1 Samuel 10:24; 2 Samuel 16:16. יְחִי לְבַבְכֶם “let your heart live,” i.e. let it flourish, or be glad, Psalms 22:27, 69:33.

(2) to continue safe and sound, Joshua 6:17; Numbers 14:38 especially in the phrase חָֽיְתָה נַפְשִׁי “my soul liveth,” I remain alive, Genesis 12:13, 19:20 Isaiah 55:3; Jeremiah 38:17, 20 Jeremiah 38:20.

(3) to live again, to revive, Ezekiel 37:5, seq.; 1 Kings 17:22 hence

(4) to recover health, to be healed, Genesis 20:7; Joshua 5:8 followed by מִן from a disease, 2 Kings 1:2, 8:8 and to be refreshed (spoken of one wearied, or sad), Genesis 45:27; Judges 15:19.

Piel חִיָּה

(1) to cause to live, to make alive, to give life to some one, Job 33:4. A woman, when she conceives by a man, is said to vivify his seed, Genesis 19:32, 34 Genesis 19:34 similarly, Hosea 14:8, יְחַיּוּ דָגָן “they shall vivify the corn” in the desert land, by again cultivating the fields and scattering the seed. Metaph. Habakkuk 3:2, “O Jehovah, vivify thy work,” i.e. accomplish it. Also, to cause to be well, or to flourish, Psalms 119:37.

(2) to keep alive, compare Kal No. 2; Genesis 12:12; Exodus 1:17; Psalms 41:3, 138:7 Job 36:6 חִיָּה נֶפֶשׁ פ׳ id. 1 Kings 20:31; Psalms 22:30 חִיָּה זֶרַע to preserve seed, Genesis 7:3 חִיָּה בָקָר to feed oxen, Isaiah 7:21.

(3) to call back to life, to restore life, 1 Samuel 2:6; Psalms 30:4; Deuteronomy 32:39 hence, to refresh, Psalms 71:20, 85:7 and figuratively, to repair (a city), 1 Chronicles 11:8. Neh. 3:34, הַיְחַיּוּ אֶת־הָאֲבָנִים “will they call the stones to life?” So Syr. ܢܰܚܶܡ to raise up ruins.

Hiphil הֶחֱיָה

(1) i.q. Piel No. 2, to keep alive, Genesis 6:19, 20 with the addition of נֶפֶשׁ Genesis 19:19 to deliver from destruction of life, i.e. to save from death, Genesis 47:25, 50:20 followed by לְ Genesis 45:7 also, to suffer to live, to grant life, Joshua 6:25, 14:10 2 Samuel 8:2.

(2) i.q. Piel No. 3, to restore to life, 2 Kings 5:7, 8:1, 2 Kings 8:5. Hence מִחְיָה [and the pr.n. יְחִיאֵל, חִיאֵל, יְחִיָּה].

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אֲחַיֶּ֑ה אֶֽחְיֶ֑ה אֶֽחְיֶ֗ה אֶחְיֶ֖ה אחיה הֲיִ֫חְיֶ֥ה הֲתִחְיֶ֖ינָה הֶחֱיִתָ֑נוּ הֶחֱיֵֽיתִי׃ הֶחֱיָ֣ה הֶחֱיָ֤ה הֶחֱיָ֥ה הֶחֱיָ֨ה הַֽחִיִּיתֶ֖ם הַאֶחְיֶ֖ה הַחֲי֖וּ הַחֲיִתֶ֣ם הַיְחַיּ֧וּ האחיה החיה החיו החייתי׃ החייתם החיתם החיתנו היחיה היחיו התחיינה וְאֶֽחְיֶ֑ה וְאֶחְיֶֽה׃ וְהַחֲיִתֶ֞ם וְהַחֲיֵ֣ה וְהַחֲיֵֽנִי׃ וְחֵ֥י וְחָי֥וּ וְחָיְתָ֣ה וְחָיְתָ֥ה וְחָיִ֖תָה וְחָיִ֣יתָ וְחָיָ֑ה וְחָיָ֔ה וְחָיָ֣ה וְחָיָֽה׃ וְחָיוּ֙ וְיִֽחְיֽוּ׃ וְיֶֽחִי׃ וְנִֽחְיֶה֙ וְנִחְיֶ֖ה וְנִחְיֶ֥ה וְנִחְיֶֽה׃ וִֽ֭יחַיֵּהוּ וִֽחְי֑וּ וִֽחְי֖וּ וִֽחְיֽוּ׃ וִֽיחִי־ וִחְיִיתֶ֑ם וִחְיִיתֶ֔ם וִחְיִיתֶֽם׃ וִיחִ֗י וִיחִ֥י וֶֽחְיֵ֑ה וֶֽחְיֵֽה׃ וֶחְיֵ֑ה וַֽיְחִ֣י וַֽיְחִ֥י וַֽיְחִי־ וַאֲחַיֶּ֗ה וַיְחִ֖י וַיְחִ֣י וַיְחִ֤י וַיְחִ֥י וַיְחִ֨י וַיְחַיֶּ֕הָ וַיִּֽחְי֗וּ וַיֶּ֑חִי וַיֶּֽחִי׃ וַתְּחִ֕י וַתְּחַיֶּ֖יןָ וָחַ֖י וָחָֽי׃ וּ֝לְחַיּוֹתָ֗ם וּֽלְהַחֲי֔וֹת וּֽלְהַחֲי֖וֹת וּלְהַחֲי֣וֹת וּלְחַיּ֥וֹת וּמְחַיֶּ֑ה וּנְחַיֶּ֥ה וּנְחַיֶּה֙ וּתְחִ֣י וּתְחִ֥י ואחיה ואחיה׃ והחיה והחיני׃ והחיתם וחי וחי׃ וחיה וחיה׃ וחיו וחיו׃ וחיית וחייתם וחייתם׃ וחיתה ויחי ויחי־ ויחי׃ ויחיה ויחיהו ויחיו ויחיו׃ ולהחיות ולחיות ולחיותם ומחיה ונחיה ונחיה׃ ותחי ותחיין חֲיִ֔י חֲיִֽי׃ חֲיוֹתָֽם׃ חִ֝יִּיתַ֗נִי חִיִּיתָֽנִי׃ חִיָּֽה׃ חִיָּֽתְנִי׃ חִיּ֔וּ חַ֔י חַ֖י חַ֝יֵּ֗נִי חַיֵּ֑נִי חַיֵּ֔יהוּ חַיֵּ֥נִי חַיֵּֽנִי׃ חָי֤וֹ חָי֥וֹ חָיָ֗ה חָיֹ֣ה חָיֹ֥ה חָיוּ֙ חי חיה חיה׃ חיו חיותם׃ חיי חיי׃ חייהו חייתני חייתני׃ חיני חיני׃ חיתני׃ יְחִ֖י יְחִ֗י יְחִ֥י יְחַיֵּ֖נוּ יְחַיֶּ֖ה יְחַיֶּ֣ה יְחַיֶּ֥ה יְחַיֶּֽה׃ יְחַיֶּה־ יְחַיֻּ֣נוּ יְחַיּ֥וּ יְחַיּֽוּ׃ יִֽ֭חְיֶה יִֽחְי֑וּ יִֽחְי֖וּ יִֽחְי֣וּ יִֽחְיֶ֑ה יִֽחְיֶ֔ה יִֽחְיֶ֖ה יִֽחְיֶ֗ה יִֽחְיֶ֜ה יִֽחְיֶֽה׃ יִֽחְיֶה֒ יִֽחְיֶה֙ יִֽחְיֽוּ׃ יִחְי֑וּ יִחְי֔וּ יִחְיֶ֑ה יִחְיֶ֖ה יִחְיֶ֣ה יִחְיֶ֥ה יִחְיֶֽה׃ יחי יחיה יחיה־ יחיה׃ יחיו יחיו׃ יחינו לְהַֽחֲיֽוֹת׃ לְהַחֲי֑וֹת לְהַחֲי֖וֹת לְהַחֲיֹ֣ת לְהַחֲיֹ֥ת לְהַחֲיֹתֽוֹ׃ לְהַחֲיוֹת֙ לְחַיֹּת֑וֹ לְחַיֹּתֵ֖נוּ לְחַיּ֥וֹת לְחַיּוֹתָ֑ם לִֽחְי֥וֹת לָכֶ֥נָה להחיות להחיות׃ להחית להחיתו׃ לחיות לחיותם לחיתו לחיתנו לכנה מְחַיֶּ֣ה מחיה נִֽחְיֶ֔ה נִֽחְיֶ֥ה נִֽחְיֶֽה׃ נחיה נחיה׃ תְּ֝חַיֵּ֗נוּ תְּֽחִי־ תְּחִֽי־ תְּחַ֫יֵּ֥נִי תְּחַיֵּ֑נִי תְּחַיֵּ֑נוּ תְּחַיֵּֽנִי׃ תְּחַיֶּ֥ה תְּחַיּֽוּן׃ תְחַיֶּ֖ה תְחַיֶּֽה׃ תְחַיֶּֽינָה׃ תִּֽחְי֑וּ תִּֽחְי֗וּ תִּֽחְי֜וּ תִּֽחְי֜וּן תִּֽחְיֶ֗ה תִּֽחְיֶה֙ תִּֽחְיוּן֙ תִּחְיֶ֖ה תִֽחְיִ֖י תִֽחְיֶ֑ינָה תִֽחְיֶ֔ה תִֽחְיֶֽה׃ תִחְיֶ֑ה תִחְיֶֽה׃ תְּחַיֵּ֑ינִי תחי־ תחיה תחיה׃ תחיו תחיון תחיון׃ תחיי תחיינה תחיינה׃ תחייני תחינו תחיני תחיני׃ ’ă·ḥay·yeh ’ăḥayyeh ’eḥ·yeh ’eḥyeh achaiYeh Chai chaiYeihu chaiYeni chaYah chaYi chaYo chaYoh chayoTam chaYu chiYah chiYateni chiyiTani chiYu echYeh ha’eḥyeh ha·’eḥ·yeh ha·ḥă·yi·ṯem ha·ḥă·yū ha·ḥî·yî·ṯem hă·ṯiḥ·ye·nāh ḥā·yāh ḥă·yî hă·yiḥ·yeh ḥă·yō·w·ṯām ḥā·yōh ḥā·yōw ḥā·yū hachayiTem hachaYu hachiyiTem haechYeh haḥăyiṯem haḥăyū haḥîyîṯem hatichYeinah hăṯiḥyenāh ḥay hay·ḥay·yū ḥay·yê·hū ḥay·yê·nî ḥāyāh haychaiYu hayḥayyū ḥăyî haYichYeh hăyiḥyeh ḥāyōh ḥāyōw ḥăyōwṯām ḥāyū ḥayyêhū ḥayyênî he·ḥĕ·yāh he·ḥĕ·yê·ṯî he·ḥĕ·yi·ṯā·nū hecheYah hecheYeiti hecheyiTanu heḥĕyāh heḥĕyêṯî heḥĕyiṯānū ḥî·yā·ṯə·nî ḥî·yāh ḥî·yî·ṯa·nî ḥî·yî·ṯā·nî ḥî·yū ḥîyāh ḥîyāṯənî ḥîyîṯanî ḥîyîṯānî ḥîyū lā·ḵe·nāh laChenah lāḵenāh lə·ha·ḥă·yō·ṯōw lə·ha·ḥă·yō·wṯ lə·ha·ḥă·yōṯ lə·ḥay·yō·ṯê·nū lə·ḥay·yō·ṯōw lə·ḥay·yō·w·ṯām lə·ḥay·yō·wṯ lechaiYot lechaiyoTam lechaiyoTenu lechaiyoTo lehachaYot lehachayoTo ləhaḥăyōṯ ləhaḥăyōṯōw ləhaḥăyōwṯ ləḥayyōṯênū ləḥayyōṯōw ləḥayyōwṯ ləḥayyōwṯām lichYot liḥ·yō·wṯ liḥyōwṯ mə·ḥay·yeh mechaiYeh məḥayyeh nichYeh niḥ·yeh niḥyeh ṯə·ḥay·ye·nāh tə·ḥay·yê·nî tə·ḥay·yê·nū tə·ḥay·yeh ṯə·ḥay·yeh tə·ḥay·yūn tə·ḥî- techaiYeh techaiYeinah techaiYeini techaiYeni techaiYenu techaiYun techi təḥayyeh ṯəḥayyeh ṯəḥayyenāh təḥayyênî təḥayyênū təḥayyūn təḥî- tichYeh tichYeinah tichYi tichYu tichYun ṯiḥ·ye·nāh tiḥ·yeh ṯiḥ·yeh ṯiḥ·yî tiḥ·yū tiḥ·yūn tiḥyeh ṯiḥyeh ṯiḥyenāh ṯiḥyî tiḥyū tiḥyūn ū·lə·ha·ḥă·yō·wṯ ū·lə·ḥay·yō·w·ṯām ū·lə·ḥay·yō·wṯ ū·mə·ḥay·yeh ū·nə·ḥay·yeh ū·ṯə·ḥî ulechaiYot ulechaiyoTam ulehachaYot ūləhaḥăyōwṯ ūləḥayyōwṯ ūləḥayyōwṯām umechaiYeh ūməḥayyeh unechaiYeh ūnəḥayyeh uteChi ūṯəḥî vaachaiYeh vaChai vaiYechi vaiyichYu vattechaiYeina vatteChi vaychaiYeha vayChi vechaYah vechayeTah vechaYita vechaYitah vechaYu veChei vechYeh veechYeh vehachaYeh vehachaYeni vehachayiTem venichYeh veYechi veYichYu Vichaiyehu vichi vichyiTem vichYu wa’ăḥayyeh wa·’ă·ḥay·yeh wā·ḥay wā·ḥāy wāḥay wāḥāy wat·tə·ḥay·ye·nā wat·tə·ḥî wattəḥayyenā wattəḥî way·ḥay·ye·hā way·ḥî way·ḥî- way·ye·ḥî way·yiḥ·yū wayḥayyehā wayḥî wayḥî- wayyeḥî wayyiḥyū wə’eḥyeh wə·’eḥ·yeh wə·ha·ḥă·yê·nî wə·ha·ḥă·yêh wə·ha·ḥă·yi·ṯem wə·ḥā·yāh wə·ḥā·yə·ṯāh wə·ḥā·yî·ṯā wə·ḥā·yi·ṯāh wə·ḥā·yū wə·ḥê wə·niḥ·yeh wə·ye·ḥî wə·yiḥ·yū weḥ·yêh wəhaḥăyêh wəhaḥăyênî wəhaḥăyiṯem wəḥāyāh wəḥāyəṯāh wəḥāyîṯā wəḥāyiṯāh wəḥāyū wəḥê weḥyêh wəniḥyeh wəyeḥî wəyiḥyū wî·ḥay·yê·hū wî·ḥî wî·ḥî- wiḥ·yî·ṯem wiḥ·yū wîḥayyêhū wîḥî wîḥî- wiḥyîṯem wiḥyū yə·ḥay·yê·nū yə·ḥay·yeh yə·ḥay·yeh- yə·ḥay·yū yə·ḥay·yu·nū yə·ḥî yechaiYeh yechaiYenu yechaiYu yechaiYunu yeChi yəḥayyeh yəḥayyeh- yəḥayyênū yəḥayyū yəḥayyunū yəḥî yichYeh yichYu yiḥ·yeh yiḥ·yū yiḥyeh yiḥyū
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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