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Strong's #665 - אֵפֶר
2) (CLBL) worthlessness (figuratively)
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)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
II. אפר ( enclose, envelope, Assyrian apâru, attire Dl Proverbs 54; Thes compare Arabic , cover; MV compare Aramaic , מעפרא, mantle, turban; but connection of √ ()ע׳מּ with אפר is dubious)
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אֵפֶר m. ashes. (Perhaps this is a primitive, kindred to the word עָפָר, and pr. denotes dust and earth, compare cinis, from the Gr. κόνις, and the etymology of the pr.n. אֶפְרַיִם, אֶפְרָת. Similar is the Gr. τέφρα. [or from אָפַר II.]). Numbers 19:9, 10 Numbers 19:10; 2 Samuel 13:19. It is used principally in speaking of mourning, Jeremiah 6:26; Lamentations 3:16 to which belong the phrases, Psal. 102:10, “I have eaten ashes like bread.” Esther 4:1, וַיִלְבַּשׁ שַׂק וָאֵפֶר “and he put on sackcloth and ashes,” compare Esther 4:3; Isaiah 58:5. Paronomastically put together, עָפָר וָאֵפֶר “dust and ashes,” Job 30:19, 42:6. Metaph. used of anything light and fallacious. Job 13:12, מִשְׁלֵי אֵפֶר “maxims of ashes,” i.e. vain and fallacious. Isaiah 44:20, רוֹעֶה אֵפֶר “he follows after ashes,” sc. as driven by the wind; i.q. elsewhere, “to follow after the wind,” compare רָעָה. As to its difference from דֶּשֶׁן, see below at that word.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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