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Strong's #6509 - פָּרָה
1) to bear fruit, be fruitful, branch off
1a) (Qal) to bear fruit, be fruitful
1b1) to cause to bear fruit
1b2) to make fruitful
1b3) to show fruitfulness, bear fruit
1388) rp (פר PR) AC: Tread CO: Bull AB: Fruitful: The pictograph p is a picture of an open mouth, the r is a picture of a head. Combined these mean "open the head". The heads of grains are scattered on the threshing floor, a smooth, hard and level surface. An ox is lead around the floor crushing the heads, opening them to reveal the seed inside. Also the fruit of trees that harvested. (eng: bull - with the exchange of the b and p and the l and r; fruit, also other fruits with a "pr" such as pear and apricot)
A) rp (פר PR) AC: ? CO: Bull AB: ?
Nm ) rp (פר PR) - Bull: KJV (133): bullock, bull, oxen, calf, young - Strongs: H6499 (פָּר)
Nf1) erp (פרה PRH) - Heifer: KJV (26): heifer, kine - Strongs: H6510 (פָּרָה)
B) rrp (פרר PRR) AC: Break CO: ? AB: ?
V) rrp (פרר PRR) - Break: To throw something on the ground and break it by trampling. KJV (50): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pilpel) break, void, defeat, disannul, disappoint, frustrate, nought, cease, clean, dissolved, divide - Strongs: H6565 (פָּרַר)
dm) rfrp (פרור PRWR) - Skillet: A flat surface for preparing foods. KJV (3): pot, pan - Strongs: H6517 (פָּרוּר)
C) rpa (אפר APR) AC: ? CO: Ash AB: ?: At the conclusion of the treading, an abundance of fruit is acquired. Anything in abundance.
Nm) rpa (אפר APR) - Ash: KJV (24): ash - Strongs: H665 (אֵפֶר), H666 (אֲפֵר)
D) rap (פאר PAR) AC: ? CO: Decoration AB: ?: The fruits that grow on the branches of a tree as decorations.
V) rap (פאר PAR) - Decorate: KJV (14): (vf: Hitpael, Piel) glorify, beatify, boast, bough, glory - Strongs: H6286 (פָּאַר)
Nm) rap (פאר PAR) - Turban: A piece of cloth that is wound around the head as a decoration. KJV (7): goodly, beauty, goodly, ornament, tire - Strongs: H6287 (פְּאֵר)
gf1) erafp (פוארה PWARH) - Branch: KJV (7): branch, bough, sprig - Strongs: H6288 (פֻּארָה)
if1) erapt (תפארה TPARH) - Decoration: [df: trapt] KJV (51): glory, beauty, beautiful, honour, fair, glorious, bravery, comely, excellent - Strongs: H8597 (תִּפְאֶרֶת)
lm ) rarap (פאראר PARAR) - Blackness: [Unknown connection to root;] [df: rwrap] KJV (2): blackness - Strongs: H6289 (פָּארוּר)
E) arp (פרא PRA) AC: ? CO: Fruit AB: ?
V) arp (פרא PRA) - Fruitful: KJV (1): (vf: Hiphil) fruitful - Strongs: H6500 (פָּרָא)
Nm) arp (פרא PRA) - Wild-ass: A wild animal as prolific. [df: hrp] KJV (10): wild ass - Strongs: H6501 (פֶּרֶה)
H) erp (פרה PRH) AC: ? CO: Fruit AB: ?
V) erp (פרה PRH) - Fruitful: KJV (29): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) fruitful, increase, bear, forth, bring - Strongs: H6509 (פָּרָה)
fm) irp (פרי PRY) - Fruit: KJV (119): fruit, fruitful, bough, reward - Strongs: H6529 (פְּרִי)
J) rfp (פור PWR) AC: Crush CO: Winepress AB: ?: Grapes are placed in winepress and trampled on to crush the fruit bringing out the juice of the grape.
V) rfp (פור PWR) - Crush: KJV (3): (vf: Hiphil) bring, broken, take - Strongs: H6331 (פּוּר)
Nf1) erfp (פורה PWRH) - Winepress: KJV (2): winepress, press - Strongs: H6333 (פּוּרָה)
- A2604 Rup (Burst)
- A2634 Drp (Divide, Seed)
- A2635 Zrp (Village)
- A2636 Hrp (Burst, Bud)
- A2637 Urp (Break)
- A2638 Krp (Whip)
- A2639 Mrp (Rip)
- A2640 Xrp (Split, Hoof)
- A2642 Yrp (Spread, Breach)
- A2643 Qrp (Tear)
- A2740 Rsq (Tie, Sash, Conspire)
- A2653 Rtp (Open, Interpretation)
- A2811 Rbs (Burst, Grain)
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Qal Perfect 3 plural מָּרוּ Exodus 1:7; 1 plural consecutive וּפָרִינוּ Genesis 26:22, etc.; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יִפְרֶה Isaiah 11:1, etc.; Imperative masculine singular מְּרֵה Genesis 35:11, masculine plural מְּרוּ Genesis 1:22 +; Participle active מֹּרֶה Deuteronomy 29:17, feminine מֹּרִיָּה Ezekiel 19:10; Isaiah 17:6, מֹּרָת (Ges§ 80g; for *מֹּרַיַת Lag BN 81) Genesis 49:22 (twice in verse); —
1 of men and animals, Exodus 23:30 (E) Genesis 26:22 (J); especially + רבה Jeremiah 3:16; Jeremiah 23:3; Ezekiel 36:11; Genesis 35:11; Genesis 47:27 (P), and שָׁרַץ (P) Genesis 8:17; Genesis 9:7; Exodus 1:7, ׳מְּרוּ וּרְבוּ וּמִלְאוּ וגו Genesis 1:22,28; Genesis 9:1.
2 of vine, גֶּפֶן מֹּרִיָּה Isaiah 32:12 fruitful vine, so Psalm 128:3 (simile of wife); compare (in figurative of Israel) Ezekiel 19:10; in Messianic prediction Isaiah 11:1 a shoot from his [Jesse's] roots shall bear fruit; with accusative ראֹשׁ׳שֹׁרֶשׁ פ figurative, Deuteronomy 29:17 a root bearing gall (as its fruit); יִפְרוּ יֶשַׁע Isaiah 45:8 is dubious, read perhaps 3 feminine singular תֵּפֶר let earth be fruitful in salvation (Oort and others); Participle f., as substantive, הַמֹּרַיָּה the fruit-bearer, poetic for tree, Isaiah 17:6 (compare [סָעִיף]
2); so בֵּן מֹּרָת Genesis 49:22 (twice in verse) Joseph is son of a fruit-bearer, i.e. a fruitful bough.
Hiph`il 1. cause to bear fruit,
2 make fruitful, subject ׳י with accusative of man or people:
1 Perfect 3 masculine singular suffix הִפְרַנִי Genesis 41:52 (E).
2 in P, וְהִפְרֵתִ֫י Genesis 17:6,20 (רֵיתֵ֫י-), + הִרְבָּה Leviticus 26:9 (H); Imperfect 3 masculine singular jussive יַפְרְךָ וְיַרְבְּךָ Genesis 28:3, וַיֶּפֶר Psalm 105:24; Participle הִנְנִי מַפְרְךָ וְהִרְבִּיתִךָ Genesis 48:4.
3 shew fruitfullness, bear fruit (Ges§ 53c, d, g): Imperfect 3 masculine singular יַפְרִיא Hosea 13:15 (as if from פרא).
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פָּרָה (more rarely פָּרָא which see)
(1) to bear. Besides the ancient Phœnicio-Shemitic language, this root is widely extended in the Indo-Germanic languages, see Sanscr. bhri, to bear; Pers. بار a burden; Armen. բեըեւ bier-il, to bear; Greek φέρω, βάρος βαρύς; Lat. fero, porto; Gothic, bair-an; English, to bear; trans. to burden; Old Germ. Bären. See other forms under letter b. Hence
(a) to bear fruit, as a tree, a plant, Psalms 128:3; Deuteronomy 29:17; Isaiah 11:1. Part. fem. פֹּרִיָּה Isaiah 17:6, and פֹּרָת (for פֹּרָה) fruitful, sc. tree, Genesis 49:22. Metaph. Isaiah 45:8.
(b) to bear young, used both of human beings and beasts; to be fruitful, Genesis 1:22; Exodus 1:7, 23:30. (Compare Pers. بار fruit; Goth. bairan, gebären; barn, child. But this signification is in part expressed in the Indo-Germanic languages by peculiar forms; Lat. pario, fetum and fruges, fe-o; whence fetus, femina, fecundus, fru-or, fruges, fructus; Germ. Börde, a fertile region. In the Phœnicio-Shemitic languages is ፊርየ፡ to bear fruit, ፊሬ፡ fruit.)
(2) to be borne, to be borne swiftly, to run, used of a chariot (Germ. fahren, Ch. פְרָא to run); whence אַפִּרְיוֹן a litter, a chariot. Compare פָּרָא, פֶּרֶא.
Hiphil, apoc. וַיֶּפֶר to render fruitful, Genesis 41:52 to increase with offspring, Genesis 17:6, 20 Genesis 17:20, 48:4 Leviticus 26:9.
פָּרָה fem. of the noun פַּו
(1) a young cow, a heifer (Färfe), Genesis 41:2, seqq.; Numbers 19:2, seqq.; also used of a cow yielding milk, Job 21:10; 1 Samuel 6:7, seqq.; bearing a yoke, Hosea 4:16. Metaph. “the kine of Bashan,” is a name given to the luxurious women in Samaria, Amos 4:1.
(2) with the art. (“village of heifers”), [Parah], pr.n. of a town in the tribe of Benjamin, Joshua 18:23.
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