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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Entry for Strong's #04495 - מָנוֹחַ

Transliteration
mânôach
Phonetics
maw-no'-akh  
Word Origin
the same as (04494)
Parts of Speech
Proper Name Masculine
TWOT
None
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

Manoah = “rest”

1) a Danite, father of the judge Samson and inhabitant of Zorah

Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (18) NAS (18) HCS (18)
Judges 14
Judges 14
Judges 18
BYZ TIS TR
n-p 18
n-p 18
n-p 18
NA WH


Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 II. מָנוֺחַ18 proper name, masculine father of Samson Judges 13:2,8 15t. Judges 13; Judges 16:31, ᵐ5 Μανωε.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

מָנוֹחַ (from the root נוּחַ), with suff. pl. מְנוּחַיִךְ (Psalms 116:7).

(1)  rest, Lamentations 1:3. To seek rest for a woman, i.e. “conditionem” (Liv. iii. 45); to seek marriage, Ruth 3:1. Plur. Psalms 116:7.

(2) a place of rest, Genesis 8:9; Deuteronomy 28:65.

(3) [Manoah], pr.n. of the father of Samson, Judges 13:2, seq.

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List of Word Forms
וּמָנ֤וֹחַ וּמָנ֥וֹחַ ומנוח מָנ֑וֹחַ מָנ֔וֹחַ מָנ֖וֹחַ מָנ֗וֹחַ מָנ֛וֹחַ מָנ֜וֹחַ מָנ֣וֹחַ מנוח mā·nō·w·aḥ maNoach mānōwaḥ ū·mā·nō·w·aḥ umaNoach ūmānōwaḥ
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