Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7203 - רֹאֶה
1) seer, prophet
2) (prophetic) vision
V) ear (ראה RAH) - See: To see or perceive something or someone. Also to see visions. [A generic verb with a wide application meaning "to see"] KJV (1313): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Hophal, Pual) see, look, behold, shew, appear, consider, seer, spy, respect, perceive, provide, regard, enjoy, lo, foresee, heed - Strongs: H7200 (רָאָה)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
(1) part. act. seeing, sc. visions, i.e. a seer, a prophet (Seher), compare the root No. 1, letter d, a word anciently used, according to 1 Samuel 9:9. Κατʼ ἐξοχὴν, it is applied to Samuel, 1 Samuel 9:9, seqq.; 1 Chronicles 9:22, 26:28 29:29 other prophets, 2 Chronicles 16:7, 10 2 Chronicles 16:10.
(2) abstr. i.q. רֳאִי vision (in which sense the accent ought perhaps to be placed on the penultima in the manner of Segolates. Isaiah 28:7, שָׁגוּ בָּרֹאֶה “they totter (even) in their visions.” Comp. חֹזֶה No. 2.
[(3) with art. הָרֹאֶה Haroeh, pr.n. m. 1 Chronicles 2:52 see רְאָיָה.]
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