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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7292 - רָהַב
1) to behave proudly, act stormily or boisterously or arrogantly
1a) (Qal) to act insolently, storm against, beset, importune
1b) (Hiphil) to disturb, alarm, awe, confuse, make bold or proud
1439) br (רב RB) AC: Rule CO: Master AB: Increase: The pictograph r is a picture of a head, the b is a picture of the tent representing the family. Combined these mean "head of the family". Each family has a master that rules all cases, trials, conflicts and contests. This person was the representative for the whole tribe, one abundant in authority and wisdom. (see Exodus 18:25) .
Nm) br (רב RB) - I. Master:One who is abundant in authority. II. Abundant:An abundance of numbers (many) or strength (great) . From the idea of greatness in authority. [Hebrew and Aramaic] III. Archer:[Unknown connection to root;] KJV (475): many, great, much, captain, more, long, enough, multitude, mighty, greater, greatly, archer - Strongs: H7227 (רַב), H7228 (רַב), H7229 (רַב)
V) bbr (רבב RBB) - I. Increase:To grow in number. II. Shoot:The shooting of arrows from an archer. [Unknown connection to root] KJV (19): (vf: Paal, Pual) many, multiply, increase, more, manifold, thousand, shoot - Strongs: H7231 (רָבַב), H7232 (רָבַב)
V) ebr (רבה RBH) - Increase: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (232): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) multiply, increase, much, more, long, store, exceedingly, abundance, grow, great - Strongs: H7235 (רָבָה), H7236 (רְבָה)
Nm) bfr (רוב RWB) - Abundance: An abundance of numbers (many) or strength (great) . KJV (155): multitude, abundance, great, greatness, much, abundantly, plenty, many, long, excellent - Strongs: H7230 (רֹב)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
(1) to rage, to be pierce; followed by בְּ to act fiercely against any one, Isaiah 3:5 (Syr. ܪܗܰܒ to rage; kindred to the roots רָהַף, רָעַם, and others beginning with רהּ, רע, רג see under רָגַז ). Hence to press upon, to urge on; followed by an acc., Proverbs 6:3, רְהַב רֵעֶיךָ “be urgent on thy friend.”
(2) to tremble, to fear, i.q. Arab. رَهِبَ Isaiah 60:5 (according to some copies), where it is joined with פָּחַד. The common reading is רָחַב.
(1) to render fierce, courageous, Psalms 138:3.
(2) to press greatly, Song of Solomon 6:5.
Derivatives, רַהַב, רֹהַב and
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