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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #6346 - פֶּחָה

Transliteration
pechâh
Phonetics
peh-khaw'
Origin
of foreign origin
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
1757
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) governor

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 758 ‑ ἄρχων (ar'‑khone);  2232 ‑ ἡγεμών (hayg‑em‑ohn');  2233 ‑ ἡγέομαι (hayg‑eh'‑om‑ahee);  
Frequency Lists  
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  2. Word
KJV (28)
1 Kings
2
2 Kings
1
2 Chronicles
1
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
8
Esther
3
Isaiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
3
Haggai
4
Malachi
1
NAS (28)
1 Kings
2
2 Kings
1
2 Chronicles
1
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
8
Esther
3
Isaiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
3
Haggai
4
Malachi
1
HCS (28)
1 Kings
2
2 Kings
1
2 Chronicles
1
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
8
Esther
3
Isaiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
3
Haggai
4
Malachi
1
BSB (28)
1 Kings
2
2 Kings
1
2 Chronicles
1
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
8
Esther
3
Isaiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
3
Haggai
4
Malachi
1
ESV (28)
1 Kings
2
2 Kings
1
2 Chronicles
1
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
8
Esther
3
Isaiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
3
Haggai
4
Malachi
1
WEB (28)
1 Kings
2
2 Kings
1
2 Chronicles
1
Ezra
1
Nehemiah
8
Esther
3
Isaiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
3
Haggai
4
Malachi
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1376) hp (פהה PHh) AC: Blow CO: Bellows AB: ?: The pictograph p is a picture of a mouth representing blowing, the h is a picture of a wall meaning outside. Combined these mean "blow out". The bellows blows out a large amount of air causing a fire to become hotter.

A) hp (פהה PHh) AC: ? CO: Bellows AB: ?

Nm ) hp (פהה PHh) - Trap: [Unknown connection to root;] KJV (27): snare, gin, plate - Strongs: H6341 (פַּח)

am) hpm (מפהה MPHh) - Bellows: KJV (1): bellows - Strongs: H4647 (מַפֻּחַ)

B) hhp (פהההה PHhHh) AC: Trap CO: ? AB: ?: [Unknown connection to root;]

V) hhp (פהההה PHhHh) - Trap: KJV (1): (vf: Hiphil) snare - Strongs: H6351 (פָּחַח)

H) ehp (פההה PHhH) AC: Rule CO: Governor AB: ?: [Unknown connection to root;]

Nm) ehp (פההה PHhH) - Governor: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (38): governor, captain, deputy - Strongs: H6346 (פֶּחָה), H6347 (פֶּחָה)

J) hfp (פוהה PWHh) AC: Blow CO: ? AB: ?: A blowing as a bellows.

V) hfp (פוהה PWHh) - Blow: KJV (14): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) speak, puff, blow, break, utter, snare - Strongs: H6315 (פּוּחַ)

im) hfpt (תפוהה TPWHh) - Apple: The fruit or the tree. KJV (6): apple - Strongs: H8598 (תַּפּוּחַ)

L) hpi (יפהה YPHh) AC: Blow CO: ? AB: ?: A heavy blowing as a bellows.

V) hpi (יפהה YPHh) - Blow: KJV (1): (vf: Hitpael) bewail - Strongs: H3306 (יָפַח)

Nm) hpi (יפהה YPHh) - Blow: KJV (1): breath out - Strongs: H3307 (יָפֵחַ)

M) hip (פיהה PYHh) AC: Blow CO: Ash AB: ?: The ash that is blown when the bellows blows.

Nm) hip (פיהה PYHh) - Ash: KJV (2): ash - Strongs: H6368 (פִּיחַ)

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

פֶּחָה (for פַּחָה with Dag. forte implied), m. const. פַּחַת, with suff. פֶּחָֽתְךָ, once פֶּחָם Nehemiah 5:14 (from the masculine form פַּח), pl. פַּחוֹת 1 Kings 10:15, 20:24 Jeremiah 51:23; Ezekiel 23:6, 23 Ezekiel 23:23 const. state פַּחֲווֹת (from absol. פֶּחָוֹות) Nehemiah 2:7, Ezra 8:36, m. the governor of a province (less than that of a satrap, see אֲחַשְׁדַּרְפָּן) in the Assyrian empire, 2 Kings 18:24; Isaiah 36:9 Chaldean, Ezekiel 23:6, 23 Ezekiel 23:23; Jeremiah 51:23 Persian, Esther 8:9, 9:3 specially used of the Persian governor of Judæa, Haggai 1:1, 14 Haggai 1:14, 2:2, 21 Haggai 2:21; Nehemiah 5:14, 18 12:26 Malachi 1:8 used of the governor of Judea in the time of Solomon, 1 Kings 10:15 and of the governors of Syria, 1 Kings 20:24. (This word appears to be of foreign origin, and Bohlen compares Pers. بكيت, بكيتا great men, nobles; Ewald in Gramm. p. 490, the verb جختن pukhten, to care for, to act (pr. to cook, bake; Germ. backen.) Better than all these would be بك, بيك, بكاa prince, leader, commander of Soldiers, were not this apparently a mere Turkish word; but the Persian is بيك paik, one of the guard, an attendant.) [Benfey compares Sanscr. paksha, companion, friend; and this Gesenius appears to have preferred.]

פֶּחָה constr. פַּחַת, pl. emphat. פַּחֲוָתָא, Chald. id. Ezra 5:3, 14 Ezra 5:14, 6:7 Daniel 3:2,, 27 6:8.

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List of Word Forms
הַפֶּ֖חָה הַפֶּחָ֔ה הַפֶּחָה֙ הַפַּח֞וֹת הפחה הפחות וְהַפַּח֗וֹת וְהַפַּחוֹת֩ וּפַח֣וֹת וּפַח֥וֹת וּפַחֲו֖וֹת והפחות ופחוות ופחות לְפֶחָתֶ֗ךָ לפחתך פֶּחָם֮ פַּֽחֲווֹת֙ פַּֽחַת־ פַּח֖וֹת פַּח֣וֹת פַּח֤וֹת פַּח֨וֹת פַּחֲו֖וֹת פַּחַ֖ת פַּחַ֣ת פַּחוֹתֶ֖יהָ פַּחוֹתֶ֤יהָ פַחַ֥ת פחוות פחות פחותיה פחם פחת פחת־ faChat hap·pa·ḥō·wṯ hap·pe·ḥāh happaChot happaḥōwṯ hapPechah happeḥāh lə·p̄e·ḥā·ṯe·ḵā lefechaTecha ləp̄eḥāṯeḵā pa·ḥă·wō·wṯ pa·ḥaṯ p̄a·ḥaṯ pa·ḥaṯ- pa·ḥō·w·ṯe·hā pa·ḥō·wṯ paChat pachaVot paChot pachoTeiha paḥaṯ p̄aḥaṯ paḥaṯ- paḥăwōwṯ paḥōwṯ paḥōwṯehā pe·ḥām peCham peḥām ū·p̄a·ḥă·wō·wṯ ū·p̄a·ḥō·wṯ ufachaVot ufaChot ūp̄aḥăwōwṯ ūp̄aḥōwṯ vehappachOt wə·hap·pa·ḥō·wṯ wəhappaḥōwṯ
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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