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1701 (dibrah) to 1800 (dal)

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1701

dibrah
dib-raw'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'dibrah' (1700):--intent, sake.

1702

dobrah
do-ber-aw'

feminine active participle of 'dabar' (1696) in the sense of driving (compare 'dober' (1699)); a raft:--float.

1703

dabbarah
dab-baw-raw'

intensive from 'dabar' (1696); a word:--word.

1704

Dibriy
dib-ree'

from 'dabar' (1697); wordy; Dibri, an Israelite:--Dibri.

1705

Dabrath
daw-ber-ath'

from 'dabar' (1697) (perhaps in the sense of 'dober' (1699)); Daberath, a place in Palestine:--Dabareh, Daberath.

1706

dbash
deb-ash'

from an unused root meaning to be gummy; honey (from its stickiness); by analogy, syrup:--honey((-comb)).

1707

dabbesheth
dab-beh'-sheth

intensive from the same as 'dbash' (1706); a sticky mass, i.e. the hump of a camel:--hunch (of a camel).

1708

Dabbesheth
dab-beh'-sheth

the same as 'dabbesheth' (1707); Dabbesheth, a place in Palestine:--Dabbesheth.

1709

dag
dawg

or (fully) dag (Nehemiah 13:16) {dawg}; from 'dagah' (1711); a fish (as prolific); or perhaps rather from 'da'ag' (1672) (as timid); but still better from 'da'ag' (1672) (in the sense of squirming, i.e. moving by the vibratory action of the tail); a fish (often used collectively):--fish.

1710

dagah
daw-gaw'

feminine of 'dag' (1709), and meaning the same:--fish.

1711

dagah
daw-gaw'

a primitive root; to move rapidly; used only as a denominative from 'dag' (1709); to spawn, i.e. become numerous:--grow.

1712

Dagown
daw-gohn'

from 'dag' (1709); the fish-god; Dagon, a Philistine deity:--Dagon.

1713

dagal
daw-gal'

a primitive root; to flaunt, i.e. raise a flag; figuratively, to be conspicuous:--(set up, with) banners, chiefest.

1714

degel
deh'-gel

from 'dagal' (1713); a flag:--banner, standard.

1715

dagan
daw-gawn'

from 'dagah' (1711); properly, increase, i.e. grain:--corn ((floor)), wheat.

1716

dagar
daw-gar'

a primitive root, to brood over eggs or young:--gather, sit.

1717

dad
dad

apparently from the same as 'dowd' (1730); the breast (as the seat of love, or from its shape):--breast, teat.

1718

dadah
daw-daw'

a doubtful root; to walk gently:--go (softly, with).

1719

Ddan
ded-awn'

or (prolonged) Ddaneh (Ezek. 25:13) {deh-daw'- neh}; of uncertain derivation; Dedan, the name of two Cushites and of their territory:--Dedan.

1720

Ddaniym
ded-aw-neem'

plural of 'Ddan' (1719) (as patrial); Dedanites, the descendants or inhabitants of Dedan:--Dedanim.

1721

Dodaniym
do-daw-neem'

or (by orthographical error) Rodaniym (1 Chron. 1:7) {ro-daw-neem'}; a plural of uncertain derivation; Dodanites, or descendants of a son of Javan:--Dodanim.

1722

dhab
deh-hab'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zahab' (2091); gold:--gold(- en).

1723

Dahava`
dah-hav-aw'

(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation; Dahava, a people colonized in Samaria:--Dehavites.

1724

daham
daw-ham'

a primitive root (compare 'duwach' (1740)); to be dumb, i.e. (figuratively) dumbfounded:--astonished.

1725

dahar
daw-har'

a primitive root; to curvet or move irregularly:--pause.

1726

dahahar
dah-hah-har'

by reduplication from 'dahar' (1725); a gallop:--pransing.

1727

duwb
doob

a primitive root; to mope, i.e. (figuratively) pine:-- sorrow.

1728

davvag
dav-vawg'

an orthographical variation of 'dag' (1709) as a denominative (1771); a fisherman:--fisher.

1729

duwgah
doo-gaw'

feminine from the same as 'davvag' (1728); properly, fishery, i.e. a hook for fishing:--fish (hook).

1730

dowd
dode

or (shortened) dod {dode}; from an unused root meaning properly, to boil, i.e. (figuratively) to love; by implication, a love- token, lover, friend; specifically an uncle:--(well-)beloved, father's brother, love, uncle.

1731

duwd
dood

from the same as 'dowd' (1730); a pot (for boiling); also (by resemblance of shape) a basket:--basket, caldron, kettle, (seething) pot.

1732

David
daw-veed'

rarely (fully); Daviyd {daw-veed'}; from the same as 'dowd' (1730); loving; David, the youngest son of Jesse:--David.

1733

dowdah
do-daw'

feminine of 'dowd' (1730); an aunt:--aunt, father's sister, uncle's wife.

1734

Dowdow
do-do'

from 'dowd' (1730); loving; Dodo, the name of three Israelites:--Dodo.

1735

Dowdavahuw
do-daw-vaw'-hoo

from 'dowd' (1730) and 'Yahh' (3050); love of Jah; Dodavah, an Israelite:--Dodavah.

1736

duwday
doo-dah'-ee

from 'duwd' (1731); a boiler or basket; also the mandrake (as an aphrodisiac):--basket, mandrake.

1737

Dowday
do-dah'ee

formed like 'duwday' (1736); amatory; Dodai, an Israelite:--Dodai.

1738

davah
daw-vaw'

a primitive root; to be sick (as if in menstruation):--infirmity.

1739

daveh
daw-veh'

from 'davah' (1738); sick (especially in menstruation):--faint, menstruous cloth, she that is sick, having sickness.

1740

duwach
doo'-akh

a primitive root; to thrust away; figuratively, to cleanse:--cast out, purge, wash.

1741

dvay
dev-ah'ee

from 'daveh' (1739); sickness; figuratively, loathing:--languishing, sorrowful.

1742

davvay
dav-voy'

from 'daveh' (1739); sick; figuratively, troubled:--faint.

1743

duwk
dook

a primitive root; to bruise in a mortar:--beat.

1744

duwkiyphath
doo-kee-fath'

of uncertain derivation; the hoopoe or else the grouse:--lapwing.

1745

duwmah
doo-maw'

from an unused root meaning to be dumb (compare 'damah' (1820)); silence; figuratively, death:--silence.

1746

Duwmah
doo-maw'

the same as 'duwmah' (1745); Dumah, a tribe and region of Arabia:--Dumah.

1747

duwmiyah
doo-me-yaw'

from 'damah' (1820); stillness; adverbially, silently; abstractly quiet, trust:--silence, silent, waiteth.

1748

duwmam
doo-mawm'

from 'damam' (1826); still; adverbially, silently:--dumb, silent, quietly wait.

1749

downag
do-nag'

of uncertain derivation; wax; -wax.

1750

duwts
doots

a primitive root; to leap:--be turned.

1751

duwq
dook

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'daqaq' (1854); to crumble:--be broken to pieces.

1752

duwr
dure

a primitive root; properly, to gyrate (or move in a circle), i.e. to remain:--dwell.

1753

duwr
dure

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'duwr' (1752); to reside:--dwell.

1754

duwr
dure

from 'duwr' (1752); a circle, ball or pile:--ball, turn, round about.

1755

dowr
dore

or (shortened) dor {dore}; from 'duwr' (1752); properly, a revolution of time, i.e. an age or generation; also a dwelling:--age, X evermore, generation, (n-)ever, posterity.

1756

Dowr
dore

or (by permutation) Dorr (Josh. 17:11; ''ab' (1) Kings 4:11) {dore}; from 'dowr' (1755); dwelling; Dor, a place in Palestine:--Dor.

1757

Duwra'
doo-raw'

(Aramaic) probably from 'duwr' (1753); circle or dwelling; Dura, a place in Babylonia:--Dura.

1758

duwsh
doosh

or dowsh {dosh}; or diysh {deesh}; a primitive root; to trample or thresh:--break, tear, thresh, tread out (down), at grass (Jer. 50:11, by mistake for 'deshe'' (1877)).

1759

duwsh
doosh

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'duwsh' (1758); to trample:--tread down.

1760

dachah
daw-khaw'

or dachach {Jer. 23:12) {daw-khakh'}; a primitive root; to push down:--chase, drive away (on), overthrow, outcast, X sore, thrust, totter.

1761

dachavah
dakh-av-aw'

(Aramaic) from the equivalent of 'dachah' (1760); probably a musical instrument (as being struck):--instrument of music.

1762

dchiy
deh-khee'

from 'dachah' (1760); a push, i.e. (by implication) a fall:--falling.

1763

dchal
deh-khal'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zachal' (2119); to slink, i.e. (by implication) to fear, or (causatively) be formidable:--make afraid, dreadful, fear, terrible.

1764

dochan
do'-khan

of uncertain derivation; millet:--millet.

1765

dachaph
daw-khaf'

a primitive root; to urge, i.e. hasten:--(be) haste(-ned), pressed on.

1766

dachaq
daw-khak'

a primitive root; to press, i.e. oppress:--thrust, vex.

1767

day
dahee

of uncertain derivation; enough (as noun or adverb), used chiefly with preposition in phrases:--able, according to, after (ability), among, as (oft as), (more than) enough, from, in, since, (much as is) sufficient(-ly), too much, very, when.

1768

diy
dee

(Aramaic) apparently for 'da'' (1668); that, used as relative conjunction, and especially (with a preposition) in adverbial phrases; also as preposition of:--X as, but, for(-asmuch +), + now, of, seeing, than, that, therefore, until, + what (-soever), when, which, whom, whose.

1769

Diybown
dee-bome'

or (shortened) Diybon {dee-bone'}; from 'duwb' (1727); pining:--Dibon, the name of three places in Palestine:--Dibon. (Also, with 'Gad' (1410) added, Dibon-gad.)

1770

diyg
deeg

denominative from 'dag' (1709); to fish:--fish.

1771

dayag
dah-yawg'

from 'diyg' (1770); a fisherman:--fisher.

1772

dayah
dah-yaw'

intensive from 'da'ah' (1675); a falcon (from its rapid flight):--vulture.

1773

dyow
deh-yo'

of uncertain derivation; ink:--ink.

1774

Diy zahab
dee zaw-hawb'

as if from 'diy' (1768) and 'zahab' (2091); of gold; Dizahab, a place in the Desert:--Dizahab.

1775

Diymown
dee-mone'

perhaps for 'Diybown' (1769); Dimon, a place in Palestine:--Dimon.

1776

Diymownah
dee-mo-naw'

feminine of 'Diymown' (1775); Dimonah, a place in Palestine:--Dimonah.

1777

diyn
deen

or (Gen. 6:3) duwn {doon}; a primitive roy a straight course, i.e. sail direct:--(come) with a straight course.

1778

diyn
deen

(Aramaic) corresp. to 'diyn' (1777); to judge:--judge. Or diyn, {deen}; or (Job 19:29).

1779

duwn
doon

from 'diyn' (1777); judgement (the suit, justice, sentence or tribunal); by impl. also strife:--cause, judgement, plea, strife.

1780

diyn
deen

(Aramaic) corresp. to 'duwn' (1779):--judgement.

1781

dayan
dah-yawn'

from 'diyn' (1777); a judge or advocate:--judge.

1782

dayan ,
dah-yawn'

(Aramaic) corresp. to 'dayan' (1781):--judge.

1783

Diynah
dee-naw'

fem. of 'duwn' (1779); justice; Dinah, the daughter of Jacob:--Dinah.

1784

Diynay
dee-nah'-ee

(Aramaic) partial from uncertain primitive; a Dinaite or inhabitant of some unknown Assyria province:--Dinaite.

1785

dayeq
daw-yake'

from a root corresp. to 'duwq' (1751); a battering-tower:--fort.

1786

dayish
dah-yish'

from 'duwsh' (1758); threshing-time:--threshing.

1787

Diyshown
dee-shone'

(Diyshon, the same as 'diyshon' (1788); Dishon, the name of two Edomites:--Dishon.

1788

diyshon
dee-shone'

from 'duwsh' (1758); the leaper, i.e. an antelope:--pygarg.

1789

Diyshan
dee-shawn'

another form of 'Diyshown' (1787) Dishan, an Edomite:--Dishon.

1790

dak
dak

from an unused root (compare 'dakah' (1794)); crushed, i.e. (fig.) injured:--afflicted, oppressed.

1791

dek
dake

(Aramaic) or dak (Aramaic) {dawk}; prolonged from 'da'' (1668); this:--the same, this.

1792

daka'
daw-kaw'

a primitive root (compare 'dakah' (1794)); to crumble; transitively, to bruise (literally or figuratively):--beat to pieces, break (in pieces), bruise, contrite, crush, destroy, humble, oppress, smite.

1793

dakka'
dak-kaw'

from 'daka'' (1792); crushed (literally powder, or figuratively, contrite):--contrite, destruction.

1794

dakah
daw-kaw'

a primitive root (compare 'dak' (1790), 'daka'' (1792)); to collapse (phys. or mentally):--break (sore), contrite, crouch.

1795

dakkah
dak-kaw'

from 'dakah' (1794) like 'dakka'' (1793); mutilated:--+ wounded.

1796

dokiy
dok-ee'

from 'dakah' (1794); a dashing of surf:--wave.

1797

dikken
dik-kane'

(Aramaic) prolonged from 'dek' (1791); this:--same, that, this.

1798

dkar
dek-ar'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zakar' (2145); properly, a male, i.e. of sheep:--ram.

1799

dikrown
dik-rone'

(Aramaic) or dokran {dok-rawn'} (Aramaic); corresponding to 'zikrown' (2146); a register:--record.

1800

dal
dal

from 'dalal' (1809); properly, dangling, i.e. (by implication) weak or thin:--lean, needy, poor (man), weaker.

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