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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #5221 - נָכָה

Transliteration
nâkâh
Phonetics
naw-kaw'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1364
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to strike, smite, hit, beat, slay, kill

1a) (Niphal) to be stricken or smitten

1b) (Pual) to be stricken or smitten

1c) (Hiphil)

1c1) to smite, strike, beat, scourge, clap, applaud, give a thrust

1c2) to smite, kill, slay (man or beast)

1c3) to smite, attack, attack and destroy, conquer, subjugate, ravage

1c4) to smite, chastise, send judgment upon, punish, destroy

1d) (Hophal) to be smitten

1d1) to receive a blow

1d2) to be wounded

1d3) to be beaten

1d4) to be (fatally) smitten, be killed, be slain

1d5) to be attacked and captured

1d6) to be smitten (with disease)

1d7) to be blighted (of plants)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 3146 ‑ μαστιγόω (mas‑tig‑o'‑o);  4141 ‑ πλήσσω (place'‑so);  3146 ‑ μαστιγόω (mas‑tig‑o'‑o);  1842 ‑ ἐξολεθρεύω (ex‑ol‑oth‑ryoo'‑o);  91 ‑ ἀδικέω (ad‑ee‑keh'‑o);  337 ‑ ἀναιρέω (an‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  615 ‑ ἀποκτείνω (ap‑ok‑ti'‑no);  622 ‑ ἀπόλλυμι (ap‑ol'‑loo‑mee);  906 ‑ βάλλω (bal'‑lo);  1289 ‑ διασπείρω (dee‑as‑pi'‑ro);  1572 ‑ ἐκκαίω (ek‑kah'‑yo);  1581 ‑ ἐκκόπτω (ek‑kop'‑to);  1863 ‑ ἐπάγω (ep‑ag'‑o);  2289 ‑ θανατόω (than‑at‑o'‑o);  2608 ‑ κατάγνυμι (kat‑ag'‑noo‑mee);  2609 ‑ κατάγω (kat‑ag'‑o);  2629 ‑ κατακόπτω (kat‑ak‑op'‑to);  2871 ‑ κοπή (kop‑ay');  2875 ‑ κόπτω (kop'‑to);  2983 ‑ λαμβάνω (lam‑ban'‑o);  3164 ‑ μάχομαι (makh'‑om‑ahee);  3817 ‑ παίω (pah'‑yo);  3860 ‑ παραδίδωμι (par‑ad‑id'‑o‑mee);  3960 ‑ πατάσσω (pat‑as'‑so);  4937 ‑ συντρίβω (soon‑tree'‑bo);  5180 ‑ τύπτω (toop'‑to);  5407 ‑ φονεύω (fon‑yoo'‑o);  4098 ‑ πίπτω (pip'‑to, pet'‑o);  
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12
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28
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5
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30
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24
Joshua
38
Judges
29
1 Samuel
52
2 Samuel
47
1 Kings
22
2 Kings
56
1 Chronicles
25
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20
Nehemiah
1
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1
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4
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14
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21
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30
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1
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14
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1
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3
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4
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2
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2
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1
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6
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1
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Genesis
12
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30
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5
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37
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25
Joshua
40
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32
1 Samuel
59
2 Samuel
60
1 Kings
25
2 Kings
56
1 Chronicles
31
2 Chronicles
26
Nehemiah
1
Esther
1
Job
6
Psalms
15
Proverbs
6
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
24
Jeremiah
39
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
14
Daniel
1
Hosea
3
Amos
4
Jonah
3
Micah
3
Haggai
1
Zechariah
6
Malachi
1
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Genesis
12
Exodus
28
Leviticus
5
Numbers
30
Deuteronomy
24
Joshua
38
Judges
29
1 Samuel
52
2 Samuel
47
1 Kings
22
2 Kings
55
1 Chronicles
25
2 Chronicles
19
Nehemiah
1
Esther
1
Job
4
Psalms
13
Proverbs
6
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
30
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
13
Daniel
1
Hosea
3
Amos
4
Jonah
2
Micah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
6
Malachi
1
BSB (508)
Genesis
19
Exodus
28
Leviticus
5
Numbers
30
Deuteronomy
24
Joshua
38
Judges
29
1 Samuel
53
2 Samuel
47
1 Kings
22
2 Kings
56
1 Chronicles
25
2 Chronicles
20
Nehemiah
1
Esther
1
Job
4
Psalms
14
Proverbs
6
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
30
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
13
Daniel
1
Hosea
3
Amos
4
Jonah
2
Micah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
6
Malachi
1
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Genesis
12
Leviticus
5
Numbers
30
Deuteronomy
24
Joshua
38
Judges
29
1 Samuel
52
2 Samuel
47
1 Kings
22
2 Kings
55
1 Chronicles
25
2 Chronicles
20
Nehemiah
1
Esther
1
Job
3
Psalms
12
Proverbs
6
Isaiah
19
Jeremiah
28
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
13
Daniel
1
Hosea
3
Amos
4
Jonah
2
Micah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
6
Malachi
1
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Genesis
13
Exodus
28
Leviticus
5
Numbers
30
Deuteronomy
24
Joshua
38
Judges
30
1 Samuel
52
2 Samuel
50
1 Kings
21
2 Kings
55
1 Chronicles
24
2 Chronicles
19
Nehemiah
1
Esther
1
Job
4
Psalms
14
Proverbs
6
Song of Solomon
1
Isaiah
21
Jeremiah
30
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
14
Daniel
1
Hosea
3
Amos
4
Jonah
2
Micah
2
Haggai
1
Zechariah
6
Malachi
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1310) kn (נכ NK) AC: Crush CO: Spice AB: ?: The pictograph n is a picture of a seed, the k is a picture of the palm of the hand. Combined these mean "seed in the palm". Seeds of certain plants were placed in the palm and rubbed with the thumb to a powdery spice.

A) kn (נכ NK) AC: Crush CO: Spice AB: ?

Nf3 ) tfkn (נכות NKWT) - Treasure: Treasured items such as spices. KJV (2): precious - Strongs: H5238 (נְכֹת)

af1) eknm (מנכה MNKH) - Crushed: A crushing by beating or plagues. [df: hkm] KJV (48): wound, slaughter, plague, beaten, stripe, stroke, blow, smote, sore wounded - Strongs: H4347 (מַכֶּה)

B) kkn (נככ NKK) AC: ? CO: Sweet AB: ?: The sweet smell of spices.

bcm) kfkin (ניכוכ NYKWK) - Sweet: Something that smells sweet. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: xwxyn xwxn] KJV (45): sweet, fruit - Strongs: H5207 (נִיחוֹחַ), H5208 (נִיחֹחַ)

C) kna (אנכ ANK) AC: ? CO: Pestle AB: ?: A mortar and pestle are also used to crush spices.

Nm) kna (אנכ ANK) - Plumbline: A stone in the shape of a pestle used for centering. KJV (4): plumbline - Strongs: H594 (אֲנָךְ)

E) akn (נכא NKA) AC: Crush CO: Spice AB: ?: The crushing of seeds for making spices.

V) akn (נכא NKA) - Crush: KJV (1): (vf: Niphal) viler - Strongs: H5217 (נָכָא)

Nm) akn (נכא NKA) - Crushed: KJV (4): broken, stricken, wounded - Strongs: H5218 (נָכָא)

cf2) tafkn (נכואת NKWAT) - Spice: KJV (2): spicery, spice - Strongs: H5219 (נְכֹאת)

H) ekn (נכה NKH) AC: Crush CO: ? AB: ?

V) ekn (נכה NKH) - Crush: KJV (500): (vf: Niphal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pual) smite, slay, kill, beat, slaughter, strike, give, wound, stripe - Strongs: H5221 (נָכָה)

Nm) ekn (נכה NKH) - Crushed: One who has been crushed or one who is lame. KJV (4): abject, lame, contrite - Strongs: H5222 (נֵכֶה), H5223 (נָכֶה)

J) kfn (נוכ NWK) AC: ? CO: Pestle AB: ?: The rounded point of the pestle used to crush seeds into spices. Also the rounded point of the ear.

im) kfnt (תנוכ TNWK) - Point: KJV (8): tip - Strongs: H8571 (תְּנוּךְ)

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

נָכָה a root not used in Kal, to smite, to strike. (Arab. and Eth. نكى, نكأ, ነከየ፡ id., but rarely used, mostly in the sense of hurting. Cognate are נָכָא, נָגַע, נָגַח, and in the Indo-Germanic languages, ico-ĕre.)

Niphal, pass. of Hiphil, to be smitten, slain; once found 2 Samuel 11:15.

Piel, unused; for as to the word which some have referred as the inf. Piel, נַכֶּה Numbers 22:6, it is (as elsewhere, Joshua 10:4) 1 pl. fut. Hiphil, and the whole passage is to be thus explained, אוּלַי אוּכַל נַכֶּה־בּוֹ וַאֲגָֽרְשֶׁנּוּ “perhaps I shall be able to effect, that we may smite them (Israel), and I may drive them out.” The verb יָכֹל, like the Arab. قدر, استطاع, is in this place construed with a finite verb, like Esther 8:6. The plural נַכֶּה was well explained by Sal. b. Melech, “I and my people; or I (Balak) in war, thou (Balaam) by curses.”

Pual, pass. to be smitten, Exodus 9:31, 32 of far more frequent use is Hophal, which see.

Hiphil הִכָּה, imp. הַכֵּה and הַךְ, fut. יַכֶּה, וַיַּכֶּה and וַיַּךְ

(1) to smite, to strike (Gr. πλήσσω), e.g. any one with a rod, Exodus 2:11, 13 Deuteronomy 25:3 for the sake of correction, Jeremiah 2:30; Nehemiah 13:25 water, Exodus 8:13 a rock, Psalms 78:20 any one’s cheek, (to buffet), Job 16:10 also with a stone (mit dem Steine treffen), 1 Samuel 17:49, 50 1 Samuel 17:50 with an arrow, 1 Kings 22:34; 2 Kings 9:24 with a horn, Daniel 8:7 (ftoßen). A singular use is הִכָּה שָׁרָשִׁים to strike roots, Germ. Wurzeln fchlagen, fchießen; pr. to send forth into the ground. Followed by מִן of pers. to strike out any thing from any one, Ezekiel 39:3 an eye, Exodus 21:26.

Specially

(a) הִכָּה כַף to strike the hand, 2 Kings 11:12; Ezekiel 22:13 and הִכָּה בְכַף to strike with the hand, Ezekiel 6:11 fully הִכָּה כַף אֶל כַּף Ezekiel 21:19, 22 Ezekiel 21:22 to clap the hands, sometimes as a sign of rejoicing, 2 Ki. loc. cit.; sometimes of indignation, Ezekiel 22:13 and of lamentation, Ezekiel 6:11, 21:19.

(b) 1 Samuel 24:6, וַיַּךְ לֵב־דָּוִיד אֹתוֹ “and the heart of David smote him,” i.e. palpitated most vehemently and struck his internal breast; compare Æsch. Prom. 887; κραδία φόβῳ φρένα λακτίζει.

(c) God, or a messenger from him, is often said to smite a person, or a people, or a country with a disease or plague, i.e. to inflict a plague upon it (compare גָגַע, נָגַף); e.g. הִכָּה בַסַּנְוֵרִים to smite with blindness, Genesis 19:11 a pestilence, Numbers 14:12 hæmorrhoids, 1 Samuel 5:6 compare 2 Kings 6:18; Zechariah 12:4 and in like manner, to smite a land with destruction, Mal. 3:24 also absol. Exodus 7:25, “after Jehovah had smitten the river,” i.e. had turned it to blood; compare verse 20 Zechariah 10:11; Isaiah 11:15.

(d) to smite enemies, i.e. to conquer, to put to flight, Genesis 14:5 Deuter. 4:46 Joshua 12:7; 1 Samuel 13:4, 17:9.

(e) to smite a besieged city, i.e. to take it, 1 Chronicles 20:1; 2 Kings 3:19.

(2) In a stronger sense.

(a) to smite in pieces, to break in pieces (zerfchlagen); e.g. a house, Amos 3:15, 6:11. Psalms 3:8, “thou hast broken in pieces the jaw bone of all my enemies,” an image taken from beasts of prey.

(b) to pierce through, to pierce into, to transfix, e.g. with a spear, 1 Samuel 18:11, 19:10 26:8 2 Samuel 2:23, 3:27 4:6 20:10 with a flesh-hook, 1 Samuel 2:14 with a sword (הִכָּה לְפִי חֶרֶב, see חֶרֶב ); hence

(c) to kill, to slay, Genesis 4:15; Exodus 2:12 sometimes with the addition of the word נֶפֶשׁ as to life. Genesis 37:21, לֹא נַכֶּנּוּ נָֽפֶשׁ prop. “let us not smite him as to life,” so that he may lose his life; i.e. “let us not kill him,” Deuteronomy 19:6, 11 Deuteronomy 19:11. Levit. 24:18. Followed by בְּ partitive, to kill, to slay some of them. 2 Samuel 23:10, וַיַּךְ בַּפְּלִשְׁתִּים “and he slew (some) of the Philistines,” 2 Samuel 24:17; Ezekiel 9:7; 2 Chronicles 28:5, 17 2 Chronicles 28:17 especially 1 Samuel 6:19. Different is the passage, 1 Samuel 18:7, הִכָּה שָׁאוּל בַּאְלָפָּיו “Saul has slain his thousands,” 1 Samuel 21:12, 29:5. It is even used of wild beasts ravening, 1 Kings 20:36; Jeremiah 5:6.

(3) in a lighter sense, to touch, to blast (compare Arab. ضرب) e.g. a plant with worms, Jonah 4:7 used of the sun and moon smiting persons, Jonah 4:8; Psalms 121:6 (where the cold of the night appears to be attributed to the moon, as the heat of the day is to the sun; compare Genesis 31:40; Hosea 9:16).

Hophal הֻכָּה, once הוּכָּה Psalms 102:5.

(1) pass. of Hiph. No. 1, to be smitten

(a) to be beaten, Numbers 25:14; Exodus 5:16.

(b) to be smitten by God, smitten with a plague, 1 Samuel 5:12; Isaiah 1:5, 53:4.

(c) to be taken as a city, Ezekiel 33:21, 40:1.

(2) to be slain, killed, Jeremiah 18:21.

(3) to be touched, hurt by the sun or wind, Psalms 102:5; Hosea 9:16.

Hence מַכָּה, and the two following nouns.

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List of Word Forms
אַכֶּ֖ה אַכֶּ֙כָּה֙ אַכֶּ֤ה אַכֶּ֥ה אַכֶּ֥נּוּ אַכֶּ֨נּוּ אכה אככה אכנו בְּהַכֹּתִ֖י בְּהַכּוֹתִ֖י בָ֔הּ בה בהכותי בהכתי הִכִּ֙יתָ֙ הִכִּ֣יתָ הִכִּ֣יתָ ׀ הִכִּ֤יתָ הִכִּ֤יתָה הִכִּ֥יתָ הִכִּית֥וֹ הִכִּיתִ֔יךְ הִכִּיתִיךְ֙ הִכִּיתֶ֞ם הִכִּיתַ֔נִי הִכִּיתָ֔נוּ הִכֵּ֖יתִי הִכֵּ֣יתִי הִכֵּ֥יתִי הִכֵּ֨יתִי הִכָּ֑הוּ הִכָּ֔ה הִכָּ֖ה הִכָּ֗ה הִכָּ֛הוּ הִכָּ֞ה הִכָּ֣ה הִכָּ֣הוּ הִכָּ֤ה הִכָּ֤הוּ הִכָּ֧ה הִכָּ֨ה הִכָּ֨ם הִכָּֽהוּ׃ הִכָּה֙ הִכָּה֩ הִכָּה־ הִכֻּ֣הוּ הִכּ֑וּ הִכּ֑וּם הִכּ֣וּ הִכּ֣וּנִי הִכּ֤וּ הִכּ֥וּנִי הִכּוּ֙ הִכּוּם֙ הַ֤ךְ הַ֨ךְ הַאַכֶּ֥ה הַךְ־ הַכֵּ֣ה הַכֵּ֣ינִי הַכֵּ֤ה הַכֵּ֥ה הַכֵּ֨ה הַכֹּת֗וֹ הַכֹּתִ֤י הַכֹּתִ֨י הַכֻּ֣הוּ הַכּ֖וֹת הַכּ֧וֹת הַכּ֧וּ הַכּוֹתֶ֑ךָ הַכּוֹת־ הַכּוּם֙ הַמַּכִּ֖ים הַמַּכִּ֣ים הַמַּכִּ֧ים הַמַּכֵּ֑הוּ הַמַּכֶּ֑ה הַמַּכֶּ֔ה הַמַּכֶּ֖ה הַמַּכֶּ֣ה הַמַּכֶּ֤ה הַמֻּכֶּ֗ה הַמֻּכָּ֛ה הַמֻּכָּ֥ה הֻכְּתָ֖ה הֻכְּתָ֥ה הֻכֵּ֖יתִי הֻכָּ֣ה הֻכָּה֙ הֻכּ֖וּ האכה הוּכָּֽה־ הוכה־ הך הך־ הכה הכה־ הכהו הכהו׃ הכו הכום הכוני הכות הכות־ הכותך הכיני הכית הכיתה הכיתו הכיתי הכיתיך הכיתם הכיתנו הכיתני הכם הכתה הכתו הכתי המכה המכהו המכים וְאַכֵּ֖הוּ וְאַכֶּה֙ וְהִ֨כִּיתָ֔ה וְהִֽכָּה־ וְהִכְּךָ֖ וְהִכִּ֣יתָ וְהִכִּֽיתָ֜ה וְהִכִּיתִ֔יו וְהִכִּיתִ֗ךָ וְהִכִּיתֶ֖ם וְהִכִּיתֶ֞ם וְהִכִּיתָ֑ם וְהִכִּיתָ֥ וְהִכִּיתָ֧ וְהִכִּתִ֖יו וְהִכֵּ֔יתִי וְהִכֵּיתִ֗י וְהִכֵּיתִ֣י וְהִכֵּיתִ֤י וְהִכֵּיתִ֥י וְהִכַּ֔נִי וְהִכָּ֑הוּ וְהִכָּ֔נִי וְהִכָּ֖ה וְהִכָּ֖ם וְהִכָּ֙הוּ֙ וְהִכָּ֛ה וְהִכָּ֣הוּ וְהִכָּ֣ם וְהִכָּ֤ה וְהִכָּ֥ה וְהִכָּ֥הוּ וְהִכָּ֥ם וְהִכָּ֧ה וְהִכָּ֨ה וְהִכָּה־ וְהִכּ֔וּנִי וְהִכּ֣וּ וְהִכּ֥וּ וְהַ֖ךְ וְהַכּ֑וּ וְהַכּ֖וֹת וְהֻכָּ֣ה וְיַ֥ךְ וְיַכּ֣וּ וְנִכָּ֥ה וְנַכֵּ֣הוּ וְנַכֶּ֖ה וַ֠יַּךְ וַ֠יַּכּוּ וַיַּ֑ךְ וַיַּ֖ךְ וַיַּ֗ךְ וַיַּ֛ךְ וַיַּ֞ךְ וַיַּ֡ךְ וַיַּ֣ךְ וַיַּ֤ךְ וַיַּ֥ךְ וַיַּ֧ךְ וַיַּ֨ךְ וַיַּ֨כּוּ־ וַיַּךְ֙ וַיַּךְ־ וַיַּכֵּ֑ם וַיַּכֵּ֔הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֕הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֖הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֖ם וַיַּכֵּ֗הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֙הוּ֙ וַיַּכֵּ֡ם וַיַּכֵּ֣הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֣ם וַיַּכֵּ֤הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֥הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֥ם וַיַּכֵּ֧הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֧ם וַיַּכֵּ֨הוּ וַיַּכֵּ֨ם וַיַּכֵּֽהוּ׃ וַיַּכֵּֽם׃ וַיַּכֵּהוּ֩ וַיַּכֶּ֣ה וַיַּכֶּ֣הָ וַיַּכֶּ֥ה וַיַּכֶּ֨ה וַיַּכֶּה֙ וַיַּכֻּ֕ם וַיַּכֻּ֖הוּ וַיַּכֻּ֙הוּ֙ וַיַּכּ֑וּם וַיַּכּ֕וּ וַיַּכּ֕וּם וַיַּכּ֖וּ וַיַּכּ֖וּהָ וַיַּכּ֖וּם וַיַּכּ֗וּ וַיַּכּ֛וּ וַיַּכּ֞וּ וַיַּכּ֣וּ וַיַּכּ֣וּהָ וַיַּכּ֣וּם וַיַּכּ֤וּ וַיַּכּ֥וּ וַיַּכּ֥וּם וַיַּכּ֧וֹ וַיַּכּ֧וּ וַיַּכּ֨וּ וַיַּכּֽוּהָ־ וַיַּכּֽוּהָ׃ וַיַּכּֽוּם׃ וַיַּכּוּ֙ וַיַּכּוּ֩ וַיַּכּוּ־ וַיַּכּוּם֒ וַיֻּכּ֗וּ וַנַּ֥ךְ וַנַּכֵּ֕הוּ וַנַּכֵּֽם׃ וַתַּ֥ךְ וָאַ֥ךְ וָאַכֶּ֥ה וּלְהַכּ֖וֹת וּמַכֵּ֥ה ואך ואכה ואכהו והך והכה והכה־ והכהו והכו והכוני והכות והכית והכיתה והכיתי והכיתיו והכיתך והכיתם והכך והכם והכני והכתיו ויך ויך־ ויכה ויכהו ויכהו׃ ויכו ויכו־ ויכוה ויכוה־ ויכוה׃ ויכום ויכום׃ ויכם ויכם׃ ולהכות ומכה ונך ונכה ונכהו ונכם׃ ותך יַ֖ךְ יַ֥ד יַכְּכָ֣ה יַכְּכָ֨ה יַכֵּ֥ם יַכֶּ֔כָּה יַכֶּ֖ה יַכֶּ֖נּוּ יַכֶּ֗כָּה יַכֶּ֜נּוּ יַכֶּ֣כָּה יַכֶּ֤ה יַכֶּ֥ה יַכֶּ֨ה יַכֶּֽה־ יַכֶּֽה׃ יַכֶּֽנּוּ׃ יַכֶּה֙ יַכֶּה֩ יַכֻּ֣הוּ יַכֻּ֤הוּ יַכּ֑וּךָ יַכּ֣וּ יד יך יכה יכה־ יכה׃ יכהו יכו יכוך יככה יכם יכנו יכנו׃ כְּהַכּוֹתָ֔ם כהכותם לְ֭מַכֵּה לְהַכֹּת֑וֹ לְהַכֹּת֤וֹ לְהַכֹּתְךָ֖ לְהַכֹּתָ֔ם לְהַכֹּתָֽהּ׃ לְהַכֹּתֽוֹ׃ לְהַכּ֖וֹת לְהַכּ֤וֹת לְהַכּ֥וֹת לְהַכּ֨וֹת לְהַכּוֹת֩ לְהַכּוֹתָ֛ם לְמַכִּ֔ים לְמַכֵּ֛הוּ לְמַכֵּ֣ה להכות להכותם להכתה׃ להכתו להכתו׃ להכתך להכתם למכה למכהו למכים מֵֽהַכּ֣וֹת מֵֽהַכּוֹת֙ מֵהַכּ֖וֹת מֵהַכּ֣וֹת מֵהַכּוֹת֥וֹ מַ֨כֵּה־ מַכֵּ֑הוּ מַכֵּ֑ךְ מַכֵּ֖הוּ מַכֵּ֣ה מַכֵּ֤ה מַכֵּ֥ה מַכֵּה־ מַכֶּ֑ה מַכֶּ֣ה ׀ מַכֶּ֤ה מַכֶּ֥ה מַכֶּֽה׃ מֻכִּ֖ים מֻכֵּ֥ה מֻכֵּי־ מהכות מהכותו מכה מכה־ מכה׃ מכהו מכי־ מכים מכך נַכֶּ֖נּוּ נַכֶּה־ נֻכָּ֑תָה נֻכּ֑וּ נכה־ נכו נכנו נכתה שֶֽׁ֭הִכָּה תַּ֭כֶּה תַּכֶּ֑נּוּ תַּכֶּ֤ה תַּכֶּ֥ה תַכֶּ֔ה תַכֶּ֖ה תַכֶּ֗ה תַכֶּ֥נּוּ תֻכּ֛וּ תכה תכו תכנו ’ak·keh ’ak·kek·kāh ’ak·ken·nū ’akkeh ’akkekkāh ’akkennū akKeh akKekkah akKennu ḇāh bə·hak·kō·ṯî bə·hak·kō·w·ṯî behakkoTi bəhakkōṯî bəhakkōwṯî ha’akkeh ha·’ak·keh haakKeh hach haḵ haḵ- hak·kê·nî hak·kêh hak·kō·ṯî hak·kō·ṯōw hak·kō·w·ṯe·ḵā hak·kō·wṯ hak·kō·wṯ- hak·kū hak·ku·hū hak·kūm hakKeh hakkêh hakKeini hakkênî hakkot hakkoTecha hakkoTi hakkōṯî hakkoTo hakkōṯōw hakkōwṯ hakkōwṯ- hakkōwṯeḵā hakKu hakkū hakKuhu hakkuhū hakKum hakkūm ham·mak·kê·hū ham·mak·keh ham·mak·kîm ham·muk·kāh ham·muk·keh hammakkeh hammakKehu hammakkêhū hammakKim hammakkîm hammukKah hammukkāh hammukkeh hik·kā·hū hik·kāh hik·kāh- hik·kām hik·kê·ṯî hik·kî·ṯā hik·kî·ṯa·nî hik·kî·ṯā·nū hik·kî·ṯāh hik·kî·ṯem hik·kî·ṯîḵ hik·kî·ṯōw hik·kū hik·ku·hū hik·kū·nî hik·kūm hikKah hikkāh hikkāh- hikKahu hikkāhū hikKam hikkām hikKeiti hikkêṯî hikKita hikkîṯā hikKitah hikkîṯāh hikkiTani hikkîṯanî hikkiTanu hikkîṯānū hikkiTem hikkîṯem hikkiTich hikkîṯîḵ hikkiTo hikkîṯōw hikKu hikkū hikKuhu hikkuhū hikKum hikkūm hikKuni hikkūnî hū·kāh- huk·kāh huk·kə·ṯāh huk·kê·ṯî huk·kū hukah hūkāh- hukKah hukkāh hukKeiti hukkeTah hukkəṯāh hukkêṯî hukKu hukkū kə·hak·kō·w·ṯām kehakkoTam kəhakkōwṯām lə·hak·kō·ṯāh lə·hak·kō·ṯām lə·hak·kō·ṯə·ḵā lə·hak·kō·ṯōw lə·hak·kō·w·ṯām lə·hak·kō·wṯ lə·mak·kê·hū lə·mak·kêh lə·mak·kîm lehakKot lehakkoTah ləhakkōṯāh lehakkoTam ləhakkōṯām lehakkoteCha ləhakkōṯəḵā lehakkoTo ləhakkōṯōw ləhakkōwṯ ləhakkōwṯām lemakKeh ləmakkêh lemakKehu ləmakkêhū lemakKim ləmakkîm mak·kê·hū mak·keh mak·kêh mak·kêh- mak·kêḵ makKech makkeh makkêh makkêh- makKehu makkêhū makkêḵ mê·hak·kō·w·ṯōw mê·hak·kō·wṯ mehakkOt mehakkoTo mêhakkōwṯ mêhakkōwṯōw muk·kê- muk·kêh muk·kîm mukkê- mukKeh mukkêh mukkei mukKim mukkîm nak·keh- nak·ken·nū nakkeh nakkeh- nakKennu nakkennū nuk·kā·ṯāh nuk·kū nukKatah nukkāṯāh nukKu nukkū tak·keh ṯak·keh tak·ken·nū ṯak·ken·nū takkeh ṯakkeh takKennu takkennū ṯakkennū ṯuk·kū tukKu ṯukkū ū·lə·hak·kō·wṯ ū·mak·kêh ulehakKot ūləhakkōwṯ umakKeh ūmakkêh vaAch vaakKeh Vah vaiyaCh vaiyakKeh vaiyakKeha vaiyakKehu vaiyakKem vaiyakKo vaiyakKu vaiyakKuha vaiyakKuhu vaiyakKum vaiyukKu vanNach vannakKehu vannakKem vatTach veakKeh veakKehu veHach vehakKot vehakKu vehikkah vehikKahu vehikKam vehikKani vehikkeCha vehikkeiTi vehikKita vehikkiTah vehikkiTam vehikkiTem vehikkiTicha vehikkiTiv vehikKu vehikKuni vehukKah venakKeh venakKehu venikKah veYach veyakKu wā’aḵ wā’akkeh wā·’aḵ wā·’ak·keh wan·naḵ wan·nak·kê·hū wan·nak·kêm wannaḵ wannakkêhū wannakkêm wat·taḵ wattaḵ way·yaḵ way·yaḵ- way·yak·ke·hā way·yak·kê·hū way·yak·keh way·yak·kêm way·yak·kōw way·yak·kū way·yak·kū- way·yak·kū·hā way·yak·kū·hā- way·yak·ku·hū way·yak·kum way·yak·kūm way·yuk·kū wayyaḵ wayyaḵ- wayyakkeh wayyakkehā wayyakkêhū wayyakkêm wayyakkōw wayyakkū wayyakkū- wayyakkūhā wayyakkūhā- wayyakkuhū wayyakkum wayyakkūm wayyukkū wə’akkeh wə’akkêhū wə·’ak·kê·hū wə·’ak·keh wə·haḵ wə·hak·kō·wṯ wə·hak·kū wə·hik·kā·hū wə·hik·ka·nî wə·hik·kā·nî wə·hik·kāh wə·hik·kāh- wə·hik·kām wə·hik·kə·ḵā wə·hik·kê·ṯî wə·hik·kî·ṯā wə·hik·kî·ṯāh wə·hik·kî·ṯām wə·hik·kî·ṯem wə·hik·kî·ṯi·ḵā wə·hik·ki·ṯîw wə·hik·kî·ṯîw wə·hik·kū wə·hik·kū·nî wə·huk·kāh wə·nak·kê·hū wə·nak·keh wə·nik·kāh wə·yaḵ wə·yak·kū wəhaḵ wəhakkōwṯ wəhakkū wəhikkāh wəhikkāh- wəhikkāhū wəhikkām wəhikkanî wəhikkānî wəhikkəḵā wəhikkêṯî wəhikkîṯā wəhikkîṯāh wəhikkîṯām wəhikkîṯem wəhikkîṯiḵā wəhikkiṯîw wəhikkîṯîw wəhikkū wəhikkūnî wəhukkāh wənakkeh wənakkêhū wənikkāh wəyaḵ wəyakkū yach Yad yaḏ yaḵ yak·kə·ḵāh yak·keh yak·keh- yak·kek·kāh yak·kêm yak·ken·nū yak·kū yak·ku·hū yak·kū·ḵā yakkeChah yakkeh yakkeh- yakkəḵāh yakKekkah yakkekkāh yakKem yakkêm yakKennu yakkennū yakKu yakkū yakKucha yakKuhu yakkuhū yakkūḵā
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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