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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #3205 - יָלַד

Transliteration
yâlad
Phonetics
yaw-lad'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
867
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to bear, bring forth, beget, gender, travail

1a) (Qal)

1a1) to bear, bring forth

1a1a) of child birth

1a1b) of distress (simile)

1a1c) of wicked (behaviour)

1a2) to beget

1b) (Niphal) to be born

1c) (Piel)

1c1) to cause or help to bring forth

1c2) to assist or tend as a midwife

1c3) midwife (participle)

1d) (Pual) to be born

1e) (Hiphil)

1e1) to beget (a child)

1e2) to bear (figuratively — of wicked bringing forth iniquity)

1f) (Hophal) day of birth, birthday (infinitive)

1g) (Hithpael) to declare one’s birth (pedigree)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1135 ‑ γυνή (goo‑nay');  2932 ‑ κτάομαι (ktah'‑om‑ahee);  3384 ‑ μήτηρ (may'‑tare);  5043 ‑ τέκνον (tek'‑non);  5604 ‑ ὠδίν (o‑deen');  1980 ‑ ἐπισκέπτομαι (ep‑ee‑skep'‑tom‑ahee;);  1078 ‑ γένεσις (ghen'‑es‑is);  1083 ‑ γέννησις (ghen'‑nay‑sis);  1081 ‑ γέννημα (ghen'‑nay‑mah);  5088 ‑ τίκτω (tik'‑to);  1096 ‑ γίνομαι (ghin'‑om‑ahee);  1084 ‑ γεννητός (ghen‑nay‑tos');  
Frequency Lists  
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  2. Word
KJV (498)
Genesis
171
Exodus
15
Leviticus
5
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
8
Judges
11
Ruth
14
1 Samuel
6
2 Samuel
11
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
3
1 Chronicles
117
2 Chronicles
5
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
5
Job
15
Psalms
9
Proverbs
7
Ecclesiastes
5
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
24
Jeremiah
23
Ezekiel
9
Daniel
1
Hosea
8
Micah
4
Zephaniah
1
Zechariah
2
NAS (708)
Genesis
235
Exodus
20
Leviticus
5
Numbers
11
Deuteronomy
9
Judges
15
Ruth
12
1 Samuel
12
2 Samuel
11
1 Kings
14
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
204
2 Chronicles
7
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
9
Job
18
Psalms
10
Proverbs
9
Ecclesiastes
6
Song of Solomon
3
Isaiah
35
Jeremiah
28
Ezekiel
11
Daniel
1
Hosea
10
Micah
4
Zephaniah
2
Zechariah
4
HCS (488)
Genesis
168
Exodus
15
Leviticus
5
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
8
Judges
11
Ruth
14
1 Samuel
6
2 Samuel
11
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
114
2 Chronicles
5
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
4
Job
14
Psalms
9
Proverbs
7
Ecclesiastes
5
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
23
Jeremiah
23
Ezekiel
9
Daniel
1
Hosea
8
Micah
4
Zephaniah
1
Zechariah
2
BSB (590)
Genesis
263
Exodus
15
Leviticus
5
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
8
Judges
11
Ruth
14
1 Samuel
6
2 Samuel
11
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
3
1 Chronicles
117
2 Chronicles
5
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
4
Job
15
Psalms
9
Proverbs
7
Ecclesiastes
5
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
24
Jeremiah
24
Ezekiel
9
Daniel
1
Hosea
8
Micah
4
Zephaniah
1
Zechariah
2
ESV (470)
Genesis
169
Leviticus
5
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
7
Judges
11
Ruth
14
1 Samuel
6
2 Samuel
11
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
3
1 Chronicles
117
2 Chronicles
5
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
5
Job
14
Psalms
9
Proverbs
7
Ecclesiastes
4
Isaiah
18
Jeremiah
23
Ezekiel
9
Daniel
1
Hosea
8
Micah
4
Zephaniah
1
Zechariah
2
WEB (492)
Genesis
167
Exodus
15
Leviticus
4
Numbers
7
Deuteronomy
7
Judges
11
Ruth
14
1 Samuel
6
2 Samuel
11
1 Kings
9
2 Kings
3
1 Chronicles
118
2 Chronicles
5
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
5
Job
14
Psalms
9
Proverbs
7
Ecclesiastes
5
Song of Solomon
2
Isaiah
23
Jeremiah
23
Ezekiel
9
Daniel
1
Hosea
8
Micah
4
Zephaniah
1
Zechariah
3
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1257) dl (לד LD) AC: Bear CO: Child AB: Kindred: The bearing of children. (eng: lad)

I) dlf (ולד WLD) AC: ? CO: Child AB: ?

Nm ) dlf (ולד WLD) - Child: KJV (2): child - Strongs: H2056 (וָלָד)

L) dli (ילד YLD) AC: Bear CO: Child AB: Generation

V) dli (ילד YLD) - B (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Hophal, Pual, Piel, Participle) |kjv: beget, bare, born, bring forth, bear, travail, midwife, child, deliver, borne, birth, labour, brought up - Strongs: H3205 (יָלַד)

Nm ) dli (ילד YLD) - Boy: KJV (89): child, young, son, boy, fruit - Strongs: H3206 (יֶלֶד)

Nf1) edli (ילדה YLDH) - Girl: KJV (3): girl, damsel - Strongs: H3207 (יַלְדָּה)

Nf3) tfdli (ילדות YLDWT) - Youth: KJV (3): youth, childhood - Strongs: H3208 (יַלְדוּת)

af2) tdlfm (מולדת MWLDT) - I. Kindred: II. Born:KJV (22): kindred, nativity, born, begotten, issue, native - Strongs: H4138 (מוֹלֶדֶת)

bm) dili (יליד YLYD) - Children: KJV (13): born, children, sons - Strongs: H3211 (יָלִיד)

cm) dfli (ילוד YLWD) - Born: KJV (5): born - Strongs: H3209 (יִלּוֹד)

if2) tdlft (תולדת TWLDT) - Generations: KJV (39): generations, birth - Strongs: H8435 (תֹּלְדָה)

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2021
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

יָלַד (Arabic وَلَدَ, Eth. ወለደ፡), 1 pers. יָלַדְתִּי, but with suff. יְלִדְתִּיךָ Psalms 2:7, יְלִדְתִּנִי Jeremiah 15:10 יְלִדְתָּנוּ 2:27 (which some would take from יָלֵד, ܝܺܠܶܕ, without any, need), inf. absol. יָלֹד constr. לֵדָה (לְלֵדָה Isaiah 37:3 מִלֵּדָה Hosea 9:11); לֶדֶת, once לַת 1 Samuel 4:19 with suff. לִדְלתּהּ, fut. יֵלֵד, part. יֹלֵד, fem. יֹלֶדֶת and יֹלַדְתְּ Genesis 16:11; Judges 13:5, Judges 13:7.

(1) to bring forth, to bear, as a mother, Genesis 4:1, 22 16:1, 15 Genesis 16:15, etc.; used of animals as well as persons, Genesis 30:39 also to lay eggs, as a bird, Jeremiah 17:11. Part. fem. יוֹלֶדֶת one who brings forth, poetically for a mother, Proverbs 17:25, 23:25 Song of Solomon 6:9. Sometimes the accusative children is omitted by ellipsis; Genesis 6:4, וְיָֽלְדוּ לָהֶם “and they bare (children) to them;” 16:1, וְשָׂרַי אֵשֶׁת אַבְרָם לֹא יָֽלְדָה לוֹ “and Sarai Abraham’s wife bare him no (children);” 30:3 (comp. Niphal and Pual). Metaphorically, to bring forth fraud, iniquity (opp. to הָרָה to conceive, to plan), Job 15:35; Psalms 7:15 compare Isaiah 33:11. by a similar metaphor, Proverbs 27:1, “thou knowest not what a day may bring forth;” Zephaniah 2:2.

(2) to beget, as a father (like the Greek τίκτειν, γεννᾷν, Lat. parere, used of either sex, whence οἱ τεκόντες, parentes), Genesis 4:18, 10:8, 13 Genesis 10:13. Used of God, to create. Deuteronomy 32:18, “thou hast forgotten the rock that begat (created) thee.” Jerem. 2:27, “(idolators) say to a stock, thou art my father, thou hast begotten (i.e. hast created) me.” (Compare אָב No. 3.) Thus light will be thrown on the passage Psalms 2:7, where God says to the king (the son of God, comp. בֵּן No. 8, b), “thou art my son, this day have I begotten thee;” i.e. I have created or constituted thee king, giving thee the divine spirit. Those who maintain that this word must necessarily be taken in a physical sense, as implying generation, and that in this passage the eternal generation of Christ is taught, do not appear to have considered (besides the passages in Deut. and Jer.) the words of the apostle, 1 Corinthians 4:15, ἐν γὰρ Χριστῷ Ἰησοῦ εὐαγγελίου ἐγὼ ὑ̔μᾶς ἐγέννησα. [Whatever difficulty might have been found in Psalms 2:7, it is all cleared away by the New Test.; where we learn, that it speaks of the resurrection of Christ, when He, the eternal son of God, became the first begotten of the dead; the passage 1 Corinthians 4:15, refers to believers in the risen son of God, who are themselves “begotten again to a lively hope” by His resurrection, or, as is said in another place, “begotten by the word of truth.”]

Niphal נוֹלַד to be born. Genesis 4:18, וַיִּוָּלֵד לִחֲנוֹךְ אֶת־עִירָד “and unto Enoch was born Irad;” 21:5 46:20 Numbers 26:60. Ellip. as in Kal No. 1. Genesis 17:17, הַלְּבֶן מֵאָה־שָׁנָה יִוָּלֵד “shall (a child) be born to him that is an hundred years old?” 1 Chronicles 3:5, 20:8, for נוֹלְדוּ Lamed is doubled נוּלְּדוּ.

Piel יִלֵּד to aid a woman who brings forth, Exodus 1:16. Part. f. מְיַלֶּדֶת a midwife, Exodus 1:15; Genesis 35:17.

Pual יֻלַּד and יוּלַּד Judges 18:29; Ruth 4:17 

(1) to be born, i.q. Niphal, Genesis 4:26, 6:1. Impers. e.g. 10:21, וּלְשֵׁם יוּלַּד גַּם־הוּא “and to Shem even to him was born,” i.e. children were born.

(2) to be created, Psalms 90:2.

Hiphil הוֹלִיד

(1) to cause a woman to bring forth (spoken of God), Isaiah 66:9 to beget children by any one, to impregnate a woman, 1 Chronicles 2:18, 8:8 to make (the earth) fruitful (as showers), Isaiah 55:10.

(2) to beget, as a father, i.q. Kal No. 2, Genesis 5:4,, 10, 13, seq.; 11:11, seq. Metaphorically to beget wickedness, Isaiah 59:4 (nor is it needful in this passage to ascribe to Hiphil the sense of bringing forth).

(3) to create. Job 38:28, מִי־הוֹלִיד אֶגְלֵי־טָל “who hath begotten (created) the storehouses of dew?”

Hophal, properly to be caused to be born, hence to be born. Inf. הֻלֶּדֶת Genesis 40:20, and הוּלֶּדֶת Ezekiel 16:4, Ezekiel 16:5, birth. Genesis loc. cit., יוֹם הֻלֶּדָת אֶת־פַּרְעֹה “Pharaoh’s birth day,” prop. the day of Pharaoh’s being born. As to the use of accusatives with passive verbs, see my Grammar, edit. 9, p. 233 [§ 140, ed.11]. Olshausen, Emendationen zum A. T. p. 24, 25.

Hithpael, to declare one’s self to be born, to cause one’s name to be inscribed in the genealogical tables, Numbers 1:18. In the books of a later age, the expression used is הִתְיַחֵשׂ.

Derivative nouns, besides those which immediately follow, יָלִיד, מוֹלֶדֶת, תּוֹלֶדֶת, וֶלֶד וָלָד, and pr.n. מוֹלִיד, מוֹלָדָה, תּוֹלָד, אֶלְתּוֹלָד.

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List of Word Forms
אִוָּ֣לֶד אֵלֵ֖ד אוֹלִ֖יד אולד אוליד אלד בְּהִוָּ֣לֶד בְּיַלֶּדְכֶן֙ בְּלִדְתָּ֑הּ בְּלִדְתָּ֥הּ בְּלִדְתָּֽהּ׃ בְּלֶ֥דֶת בְּלֶֽדֶת־ בְלִדְתָּ֖הּ בהולד בילדכן בלדת בלדת־ בלדתה בלדתה׃ ה֝וֹלִ֗יד הִוָּֽלְדָ֑הּ הִוָּלְדֽוֹ׃ הַֽמְיַלְּדֹ֖ת הַֽמְיַלְּדֹת֙ הַיְלוּדִ֔ים הַיִּלּוֹדִ֖ים הַיָּל֣וּד הַיֹּלְד֣וֹת הַיֹּלֶ֔דֶת הַיּוּלָּֽד׃ הַמְיַלֶּ֖דֶת הַמְיַלֶּ֗דֶת הַמְיַלֶּ֙דֶת֙ הַמּוֹלִ֛יד הַמּוֹלִדִ֥ים הַנּֽוֹלַד־ הַנּוֹלָדִ֣ים הַנּוֹלָדִ֨ים הֹלִ֔יד הֹלִ֣יד הֹלִ֥יד הֻלֶּ֣דֶת הֻלֶּ֥דֶת הוֹלִ֔יד הוֹלִ֖יד הוֹלִ֖ידוּ הוֹלִ֛יד הוֹלִ֞יד הוֹלִ֣יד הוֹלִ֤יד הוֹלִ֥ד הוֹלִ֥דוּ הוֹלִ֥יד הוֹלִיד֙ הוֹלִיד֣וֹ הוֹלִיד֥וֹ הוֹלַ֥דְתָּ הוּלֶּ֤דֶת הולד הולדה הולדו הולדו׃ הולדת הוליד הולידו היולד׃ הילדות הילדת הילוד הילודים הלדת הליד המולדים המוליד המילדת הנולד־ הנולדים וְהַיֹּ֣לְדָ֔הּ וְהַנּוֹלָ֤ד וְהוֹלִ֣יד וְהוֹלִ֥יד וְהוֹלִידָ֖הּ וְהוֹלִידוּ֮ וְהוֹלֵ֥יד וְיָ֣לַד וְיָ֣לֹד וְיָֽלְדוּ־ וְיָלְד֖וּ וְיָלְד֥וּ וְיָלְדָ֖ה וְיָלְדָה־ וְיָלַ֥דְתְּ וְיָלָֽדוּ׃ וְיֹולֵ֥ד וְיֹלֶ֖דֶת וְיֹלֶ֣דֶת וְיֹלַ֣דְתְּ וְתֵלֵד֙ וְתֵלַ֖דְנָה וַיִּֽוָּלְד֤וּ וַיִּוָּ֥לְדוּ וַיִּוָּלְד֥וּ וַיִּוָּלֵ֣ד וַיִּוָּלֵ֤ד וַיִּתְיַֽלְד֥וּ וַיֵּלֵֽדוּ׃ וַיּ֖וֹלֶד וַיּ֗וֹלֶד וַיּ֙וֹלֶד֙ וַיּ֣וֹלֶד וַיּ֥וֹלֶד וַיּ֧וֹלֶד וַיִּוָּלְד֧וּ וַתֵּ֔לֶד וַתֵּ֕לֶד וַתֵּ֖לֶד וַתֵּ֗לֶד וַתֵּ֡לֶד וַתֵּ֣לֶד וַתֵּ֤לֶד וַתֵּ֥לֶד וַתֵּ֧לֶד וַתֵּ֨לֶד וַתֵּֽלֶד־ וַתֵּלַ֖דְנָה וַתֵּלַ֣דְןָ וָאֵלֵ֥ד ואלד והוליד והולידה והולידו והילדה והנולד ויולד ויולדו וילד וילדה וילדה־ וילדו וילדו־ וילדו׃ וילדת ויתילדו ותלד ותלד־ ותלדן ותלדנה יְל֣וּד יְלִדְתִּ֑יהוּ יְלִדְתִּ֗נִי יְלִדְתִּֽיךָ׃ יְלִדְתָּ֔נוּ יְלָדְךָ֖ יְלָדֶ֑ךָ יְלָדַ֔תְךָ יְלָדַ֔תּוּ יְלָדַ֥תְנִי יְלָדַֽתְךָ׃ יְלָדֽוֹ׃ יִוָּ֥לֵֽד יִוָּלְד֥וּ יִוָּלֵ֑דוּ יִוָּלֵ֔ד יִוָּלֵ֨ד יִוָּלֵֽד׃ יֵּ֥לֶד יֵֽלֵד֔וּן יֵלְד֖וּ יָ֣לְדָה יָ֥לְדָה יָ֥לַד יָֽלְד֔וּ יָֽלְדָ֔ה יָֽלְדָ֛ה יָֽלְדָ֤ה יָֽלְדָה֙ יָֽלְדָה־ יָֽלְדוּ־ יָֽלַד־ יָלְדָ֕ה יָלְדָ֖ה יָלְדָ֛ה יָלְדָ֜ה יָלְדָ֞ה יָלְדָ֣ה יָלְדָ֥ה יָלְדָ֧ה יָלְדָ֨ה יָלְדָה֙ יָלְדָה־ יָלַ֔ד יָלַ֔דְתְּ יָלַ֖ד יָלַ֖דְתִּי יָלַ֗דְתִּי יָלַ֛ד יָלַ֞ד יָלַ֣ד יָלַ֣דְנוּ יָלַ֣דְתְּ יָלַ֥ד יָלַ֥דְתִּי יָלַד֙ יָלָ֑דְתְּ יָלָ֑דָה יָלָ֑דוּ יָלָ֔ד יָלָֽדְתִּי׃ יָלָֽדָה׃ יָלָֽדוּ׃ יֹֽלְדָיו֙ יֹלְדָ֖יו יֹלֵ֖ד יֹלֵ֣ד יֹלֶ֣דֶת יֹלֶ֤דֶת יֻֽלַּד־ יֻלְּד֖וּ יֻלְּד֥וּ יֻלְּדָה֙ יֻלְּדוּ־ יֻלַּ֖ד יֻלַּ֖דְתִּי יֻלַּ֥ד יֻלַּד֙ יֻלַּדְתֶּ֖ם יֻלַּד־ יֻלָּ֗דוּ יֽוֹלֵדָ֑ה יֽוֹלֵדָ֖ה יֽוֹלַדְתְּכֶ֑ם יֽוֹלַדְתֶּֽךָ׃ יוֹלִ֔יד יוֹלִ֣יד יוֹלֵדָ֖ה יוּלַּ֖ד יוּלָּ֑ד יולד יולד׃ יולדה יולדו יולדתך׃ יולדתכם יוליד ילד ילד־ ילדה ילדה־ ילדה׃ ילדו ילדו־ ילדו׃ ילדון ילדיו ילדך ילדנו ילדת ילדתו ילדתי ילדתי׃ ילדתיהו ילדתיך׃ ילדתך ילדתך׃ ילדתם ילדתנו ילדתני ילוד כַּיֹּלֵדָֽה׃ כַּיּ֣וֹלֵדָ֔ה כַּיּֽוֹלֵדָ֑ה כַּיּוֹלֵֽדָה׃ כַּיּוֹלֵדָ֖ה כַּיּוֹלֵדָ֣ה כַּיּוֹלֵדָֽה׃ כיולדה כיולדה׃ כילדה לְיֽוֹלַדְתָּ֑הּ לְיוֹלַדְתּֽוֹ׃ לְלִדְתִּ֔י לְלֵדָֽה׃ לִדְתָּ֑הּ לִדְתָּֽנָה׃ לֵדָֽה׃ לֶ֣דֶת לַֽמְיַלְּדֹ֑ת לַֽמְיַלְּדֹ֔ת לַֽמְיַלְּדֹ֖ת לָלֶ֑דֶת לָלֶ֔דֶת לָלֶ֖דֶת לָלַת֒ לדה׃ לדת לדתה לדתנה׃ ליולדתה ליולדתו׃ ללדה׃ ללדת ללדתי ללת למילדת מִלֵּדָ֥ה מִלֶּ֑דֶת מִלֶּ֔דֶת מִלֶּֽדֶת׃ מלדה מלדת מלדת׃ נ֝וֹלָ֗ד נ֣וֹלַד נֽוֹלַד־ נוֹלַ֣ד נוֹלַ֥ד נוֹלַד־ נוֹלָ֣ד נוֹלָ֤ד נוּלְּד֥וּ נוּלְּדוּ־ נולד נולד־ נולדו נולדו־ תִּוָּלֵ֑ד תֵּ֣לְדוּ תֵּֽלְדִ֣י תֵּלֵ֔ד תֵּלֵ֨ד תֵּלֵֽד׃ תֵלֵ֑ד תֵלֵ֔ד תּוֹלִ֑יד תּוֹלִ֖יד תוֹלִ֤יד תולד תוליד תלד תלד׃ תלדו תלדי ’ê·lêḏ ’êlêḏ ’iw·wā·leḏ ’iwwāleḏ ’ō·w·lîḏ ’ōwlîḏ bə·hiw·wā·leḏ bə·le·ḏeṯ bə·le·ḏeṯ- bə·liḏ·tāh ḇə·liḏ·tāh bə·yal·leḏ·ḵen behivValed bəhiwwāleḏ beledet bəleḏeṯ bəleḏeṯ- belidTah bəliḏtāh ḇəliḏtāh beyalledChen bəyalleḏḵen eLed haiyaLud haiyilloDim haiyoLedet haiyoleDot haiyulLad ham·mō·w·li·ḏîm ham·mō·w·lîḏ ham·yal·le·ḏeṯ ham·yal·lə·ḏōṯ hammoLid hammoliDim hammōwlîḏ hammōwliḏîm hamyalLedet hamyalleḏeṯ hamyalleDot hamyalləḏōṯ han·nō·w·lā·ḏîm han·nō·w·laḏ- hannolad hannolaDim hannōwlaḏ- hannōwlāḏîm hay·lū·ḏîm hay·yā·lūḏ hay·yil·lō·w·ḏîm hay·yō·le·ḏeṯ hay·yō·lə·ḏō·wṯ hay·yūl·lāḏ hayluDim haylūḏîm hayyālūḏ hayyillōwḏîm hayyōleḏeṯ hayyōləḏōwṯ hayyūllāḏ hivvalDah hivvalDo hiw·wā·lə·ḏāh hiw·wā·lə·ḏōw hiwwāləḏāh hiwwāləḏōw hō·lîḏ hō·w·laḏ·tā hō·w·lî·ḏōw hō·w·li·ḏū hō·w·lî·ḏū hō·w·liḏ hō·w·lîḏ hoLadta hoLid hōlîḏ holiDo hoLidu hōwlaḏtā hōwliḏ hōwlîḏ hōwlîḏōw hōwliḏū hōwlîḏū hul·le·ḏeṯ hūl·le·ḏeṯ hulLedet hulleḏeṯ hūlleḏeṯ ivValed kaiyoLedah kay·yō·lê·ḏāh kay·yō·w·lê·ḏāh kayyōlêḏāh kayyōwlêḏāh lā·laṯ lā·le·ḏeṯ laLat lālaṯ laLedet lāleḏeṯ lam·yal·lə·ḏōṯ lamyalleDot lamyalləḏōṯ lê·ḏāh le·ḏeṯ lə·lê·ḏāh lə·liḏ·tî lə·yō·w·laḏ·tāh lə·yō·w·laḏ·tōw leDah lêḏāh Ledet leḏeṯ leleDah ləlêḏāh lelidTi ləliḏtî leyoladTah leyoladTo ləyōwlaḏtāh ləyōwlaḏtōw liḏ·tā·nāh liḏ·tāh lidTah liḏtāh lidTanah liḏtānāh mil·lê·ḏāh mil·le·ḏeṯ milleDah millêḏāh milLedet milleḏeṯ nō·w·laḏ nō·w·lāḏ nō·w·laḏ- noLad nōwlaḏ nōwlāḏ nōwlaḏ- nūl·lə·ḏū nūl·lə·ḏū- nulledu nūlləḏū nūlləḏū- oLid tê·lə·ḏî tê·lə·ḏū tê·lêḏ ṯê·lêḏ teLed têlêḏ ṯêlêḏ teleDi têləḏî Teledu têləḏū tivvaLed tiw·wā·lêḏ tiwwālêḏ tō·w·lîḏ ṯō·w·lîḏ toLid tōwlîḏ ṯōwlîḏ vaeLed vaiyeLedu vaiyityalDu vaiyivvalDu vaiyivvaLed vaiYoled vatteLadna vatteLadnah vatTeled vehaiYoleDah vehannoLad vehoLeid vehoLid veholiDah veholiDu velidTah veteLadnah veteLed veYalad veyaLadt veyaLadu veYaldah veyalDu veYalod veyoLadt veyoLed veyoLedet wā’êlêḏ wā·’ê·lêḏ wat·tê·laḏ·nā wat·tê·laḏ·nāh wat·tê·leḏ wat·tê·leḏ- wattêlaḏnā wattêlaḏnāh wattêleḏ wattêleḏ- way·yê·lê·ḏū way·yiṯ·yal·ḏū way·yiw·wā·lə·ḏū way·yiw·wā·lêḏ way·yō·w·leḏ wayyêlêḏū wayyiṯyalḏū wayyiwwālêḏ wayyiwwāləḏū wayyōwleḏ wə·han·nō·w·lāḏ wə·hay·yō·lə·ḏāh wə·hō·w·lêḏ wə·hō·w·lî·ḏāh wə·hō·w·lî·ḏū wə·hō·w·lîḏ wə·ṯê·laḏ·nāh wə·ṯê·lêḏ wə·yā·lā·ḏū wə·yā·laḏ wə·yā·laḏt wə·yā·lə·ḏāh wə·yā·lə·ḏāh- wə·yā·lə·ḏū wə·yā·lə·ḏū- wə·yā·lōḏ wə·yō·laḏt wə·yō·le·ḏeṯ wə·yō·w·lêḏ wəhannōwlāḏ wəhayyōləḏāh wəhōwlêḏ wəhōwlîḏ wəhōwlîḏāh wəhōwlîḏū wəṯêlaḏnāh wəṯêlêḏ wəyālaḏ wəyālaḏt wəyālāḏū wəyāləḏāh wəyāləḏāh- wəyāləḏū wəyāləḏū- wəyālōḏ wəyōlaḏt wəyōleḏeṯ wəyōwlêḏ yā·lā·ḏāh yā·lā·ḏə·tî yā·lā·ḏət yā·lā·ḏū yā·laḏ yā·lāḏ yā·laḏ- yā·laḏ·nū yā·laḏ·tî yā·laḏt yā·lə·ḏāh yā·lə·ḏāh- yā·lə·ḏū yā·lə·ḏū- yaLad yālaḏ yālāḏ yālaḏ- yaLadah yālāḏāh yaLadet yālāḏət yaLadeti yālāḏətî yaLadnu yālaḏnū yaLadt yālaḏt yaLadti yālaḏtî yaLadu yālāḏū yalDah yaldu yaleDah yāləḏāh yāləḏāh- yāləḏū yāləḏū- yə·lā·ḏaṯ·ḵā yə·lā·ḏaṯ·nî yə·lā·ḏat·tū yə·lā·ḏe·ḵā yə·lā·ḏə·ḵā yə·lā·ḏōw yê·lə·ḏū yê·lê·ḏūn yê·leḏ yə·liḏ·tā·nū yə·liḏ·tî·hū yə·liḏ·tî·ḵā yə·liḏ·ti·nî yə·lūḏ yelaDatcha yəlāḏaṯḵā yelaDatni yəlāḏaṯnî yelaDattu yəlāḏattū yeladeCha yəlāḏeḵā yəlāḏəḵā yelaDo yəlāḏōw Yeled yêleḏ yeleDu yêləḏū yeleDun yêlêḏūn yelidTanu yəliḏtānū yelidTicha yelidTihu yəliḏtîhū yəliḏtîḵā yelidTini yəliḏtinî yeLud yəlūḏ yivvalDu yivvaLed yivvaLedu yiw·wā·lê·ḏū yiw·wā·lə·ḏū yiw·wā·lêḏ yiwwālêḏ yiwwālêḏū yiwwāləḏū yō·lə·ḏāw yō·le·ḏeṯ yō·lêḏ yō·w·laḏ·te·ḵā yō·w·laḏ·tə·ḵem yō·w·lê·ḏāh yō·w·lîḏ YoladTecha yoladteChem yoLed yōlêḏ yoleDah yoleDav yōləḏāw yoLedet yōleḏeṯ yoLid yōwlaḏteḵā yōwlaḏtəḵem yōwlêḏāh yōwlîḏ yul·lā·ḏū yul·laḏ yūl·laḏ yūl·lāḏ yul·laḏ- yul·laḏ·tem yul·laḏ·tî yul·lə·ḏāh yul·lə·ḏū yul·lə·ḏū- yullad yullaḏ yūllaḏ yūllāḏ yullaḏ- yulladTem yullaḏtem yulLadti yullaḏtî yulLadu yullāḏū yulleDah yulləḏāh yulleDu yulləḏū yulləḏū-
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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