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4001 (mbuwcah) to 4100 (mah)

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4001

mbuwcah
meb-oo-saw'

from 'buwc' (947); a trampling:--treading (trodden) down (under foot).

4002

mabbuwa`
mab-boo'-ah

from 'naba`' (5042); a fountain:--fountain, spring.

4003

mbuwqah
meb-oo-kah'

from the same as 'buwqah' (950); emptiness:--void.

4004

mibchowr
mib-khore'

from 'bachar' (977); select, i.e. well fortified:--choice.

4005

mibchar
mib-khawr'

from 'bachar' (977); select, i.e. best:--choice(-st), chosen.

4006

Mibchar
mib-khawr'

the same as 'mibchar' (4005); Mibchar, an Israelite:--Mibhar.

4007

mabbat
mab-bawt'

or mebbat {meb-bawt'}; from 'nabat' (5027); something expected, i.e. (abstractly) expectation:--expectation.

4008

mibta`
mib-taw'

from 'bata'' (981); a rash utterance (hasty vow):--(that which ...) uttered (out of).

4009

mibtach
mib-tawkh'

from 'batach' (982); properly, a refuge, i.e. (objective) security, or (subjective) assurance:--confidence, hope, sure, trust.

4010

mabliygiyth
mab-leeg-eeth'

from 'balag' (1082); desistance (or rather desolation):--comfort self.

4011

mibneh
mib-neh'

from 'banah' (1129); a building:--frame.

4012

Mbunnay
meb-oon-hah'-ee

from 'banah' (1129); built up; Mebunnai, an Israelite:--Mebunnai.

4013

mibtsar
mib-tsawr'

also (in plural) feminine (Dan. ''abaddown' (11):l5) mibtsarah {mib-tsaw-raw'}; from 'batsar' (1219); a fortification, castle, or fortified city; figuratively, a defender:--(de-, most) fenced, fortress, (most) strong (hold).

4014

Mibtsar
mib-tsawr'

the same as 'mibtsar' (4013); Mibtsar, an Idumaean:--Mibzar.

4015

mibrach
mib-rawkh'

from 'barach' (1272); a refugee:--fugitive.

4016

mabush
maw-boosh'

from 'buwsh' (954); (plural) the (male) pudenda:--secrets.

4017

Mibsam
mib-sawm'

from the same as 'besem' (1314); fragrant; Mibsam, the name of an Ishmaelite and of an Israelite:--Mibsam.

4018

mbashshlah
meb-ash-shel-aw'

from 'bashal' (1310); a cooking hearth:--boiling-place.

4019

Magbiysh
mag-beesh'

from the same as 'gabiysh' (1378); stiffening; Magbish, an Israelite, or a place in Palestine:--Magbish.

4020

migbalah
mig-baw-law'

from 'gabal' (1379); a border:--end.

4021

migba`ah
mig-baw-aw'

from the same as 'gib`ah' (1389); a cap (as hemispherical):--bonnet.

4022

meged
meh'-ghed

from an unused root probably meaning to be eminent; properly, a distinguished thing; hence something valuable, as a product or fruit:--pleasant, precious fruit (thing).

4023

Mgiddown
meg-id-done'

(Zech. ''abdan' (12) or Mgiddow {meg-id-do'}; from 'gadad' (1413); rendezvous; Megiddon or Megiddo, a place in Palestine:--Megiddo, Megiddon.

4024

Migdowl
mig-dole'

or Migdol {mig-dole'}; probably of Egyptian origin; Migdol, a place in Egypt:--Migdol, tower.

4025

Magdiy'el
mag-dee-ale'

from 'meged' (4022) and ''el' (410); preciousness of God; Magdiel, an Idumaean:--Magdiel.

4026

migdal
mig-dawl'

also (in plural) feminine migdalah {mig-daw- law'}; from 'gadal' (1431); a tower (from its size or height); by analogy, a rostrum; figuratively, a (pyramidal) bed of flowers:--castle, flower, tower. Compare the names following.

4027

Migdal-'El
mig-dal-ale'

from 'migdal' (4026) and ''el' (410); tower of God; Migdal-El, a place in Palestine:--Migdal-el.

4028

Migdal-Gad
migdal-gawd'

from 'migdal' (4026) and 'Gad' (1408); tower of Fortune; Migdal-Gad, a place in Palestine:--Migdal-gad.

4029

Migdal-`Eder
mig-dal'-ay'-der

from 'migdal' (4026) and '`eder' (5739); tower of a flock; Migdal-Eder, a place in Palestine:--Migdal-eder, tower of the flock.

4030

migdanah
mig-daw-naw'

from the same as 'meged' (4022); preciousness, i.e. a gem:--precious thing, present.

4031

Magowg
maw-gogue'

from 'Gowg' (1463); Magog, a son of Japheth; also a barbarous northern region:--Magog.

4032

magowr
maw-gore'

or (Lam. 2:22) maguwr {maw-goor'}; from 'guwr' (1481) in the sense of fearing; a fright (objective or subjective):--fear, terror. Compare 'Magowr mic-Cabiyb' (4036).

4033

maguwr
maw-goor'

or magur {maw-goor'}; from 'guwr' (1481) in the sense of lodging; a temporary abode; by extension, a permanent residence:--dwelling, pilgrimage, where sojourn, be a stranger. Compare 'magowr' (4032).

4034

mgowrah
meg-o-raw'

feminine of 'magowr' (4032); affright:--fear.

4035

mguwrah
meg-oo-raw'

feminine of 'magowr' (4032) or of 'maguwr' (4033); a fright; also a granary:--barn, fear.

4036

Magowr mic-Cabiyb
maw-gore' mis-saw-beeb'

from 'magowr' (4032) and 'cabiyb' (5439) with the preposition inserted; affright from around; Magor-mis-Sabib, a symbolic name of Pashur:--Magor-missabib.

4037

magzerah
mag-zay-raw'

from 'gazar' (1504); a cutting implement, i.e. a blade:--axe.

4038

maggal
mag-gawl'

from an unused root meaning to reap; a sickle:--sickle.

4039

mgillah
meg-il-law'

from 'galal' (1556); a roll:--roll, volume.

4040

mgillah
meg-il-law'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mgillah' (4039):--roll.

4041

mgammah
meg-am-maw'

from the same as 'gam' (1571); properly, accumulation, i.e. impulse or direction:--sup up.

4042

magan
maw-gan'

a denominative from 'magen' (4043); properly, to shield; encompass with; figuratively, to rescue, to hand safely over (i.e. surrender):--deliver.

4043

magen
maw-gane'

also (in plural) feminine mginnah {meg-in-naw'}; from 'ganan' (1598); a shield (i.e. the small one or buckler); figuratively, a protector; also the scaly hide of the crocodile:--X armed, buckler, defence, ruler, + scale, shield.

4044

mginnah
meg-in-naw'

from 'magan' (4042); a covering (in a bad sense), i.e. blindness or obduracy:--sorrow. See also 'magen' (4043).

4045

mig`ereth
mig-eh'-reth

from 'ga`ar' (1605); reproof (i.e. curse):--rebuke.

4046

maggephah
mag-gay-faw'

from 'nagaph' (5062); a pestilence; by analogy, defeat:--(X be) plague(-d), slaughter, stroke.

4047

Magpiy`ash
mag-pee-awsh'

apparently from 'guwph' (1479) or 'nagaph' (5062) and '`ash' (6211); exterminator of (the) moth; Magpiash, an Israelite:--Magpiash.

4048

magar
maw-gar'

a primitive root; to yield up; intensively, to precipitate:--cast down, terror.

4049

mgar
meg-ar'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'magar' (4048); to overthrow:--destroy.

4050

mgerah
meg-ay-raw'

from 'garar' (1641); a saw:--axe, saw.

4051

Migrown
mig-rone'

from 'magar' (4048); precipice; Migron, a place in Palestine:--Migron.

4052

migra`ah
mig-raw-aw'

from 'gara`' (1639); a ledge or offset:--narrowed rest.

4053

migraphah
mig-raw-faw'

from 'garaph' (1640); something thrown off (by the spade), i.e. a clod:--clod.

4054

migrash
mig-rawsh'

also (in plural) feminine (Ezek. 27:28) migrashah {mig-raw-shaw'}; from 'garash' (1644); a suburb (i.e. open country whither flocks are driven from pasture); hence, the area around a building, or the margin of the sea:--cast out, suburb.

4055

mad
mad

or med {made}; from 'madad' (4058); properly, extent, i.e. height; also a measure; by implication, a vesture (as measured); also a carpet:--armour, clothes, garment, judgment, measure, raiment, stature.

4056

madbach
mad-bakh'

(Aramaic) from 'dbach' (1684); a sacrificial altar:--altar.

4057

midbar
mid-bawr'

from 'dabar' (1696) in the sense of driving; a pasture (i.e. open field, whither cattle are driven); by implication, a desert; also speech (including its organs):--desert, south, speech, wilderness.

4058

madad
maw-dad'

a primitive root: properly, to stretch; by implication, to measure (as if by stretching a line); figuratively, to be extended:--measure, mete, stretch self.

4059

middad
mid-dad'

from 'nadad' (5074); flight:--be gone.

4060

middah
mid-daw'

feminine of 'mad' (4055); properly, extension, i.e. height or breadth; also a measure (including its standard); hence a portion (as measured) or a vestment; specifically, tribute (as measured):--garment, measure(-ing, meteyard, piece, size, (great) stature, tribute, wide.

4061

middah
mid-daw'

(Aramaic) or mindah (Aramaic) {min-daw'}; corresponding to 'middah' (4060); tribute in money:--toll, tribute.

4062

madhebah
mad-hay-baw'

perhaps from the equivalent of 'dhab' (1722); goldmaking, i.e. exactness:--golden city.

4063

medev
meh'-dev

from an unused root meaning to stretch; properly, extent, i.e. measure; by implication, a dress (as measured):--garment.

4064

madveh
mad-veh'

from 'davah' (1738); sickness:--disease.

4065

madduwach
mad-doo'akh

from 'nadach' (5080); seduction:--cause of banishment.

4066

madown
maw-dohn'

from 'diyn' (1777); a contest or quarrel:--brawling, contention(-ous), discord, strife. Compare 'midyan' (4079), 'mdan' (4090).

4067

madown
maw-dohn'

from the same as 'medev' (4063); extensiveness, i.e. height:--stature.

4068

Madown
maw-dohn'

the same as 'madown' (4067); Madon, a place in Palestine:--Madon.

4069

madduwa`
mad-doo'-ah

or madduaa {mad-doo'-ah}; from 'mah' (4100) and the passive participle of 'yada`' (3045); what (is) known?; i.e. (by implication) (adverbially) why?:--how, wherefore, why.

4070

mdowr
med-ore'

(Aramaic) or mdor (Aramaic) {med-ore'}; or mdar (Aramaic) {med-awr'}; from 'duwr' (1753); a dwelling:--dwelling.

4071

mduwrah
med-oo-raw'

or mdurah {med-oo-raw'}; from 'duwr' (1752) in the sense of accumulation; a pile of fuel:--pile (for fire).

4072

midcheh
mid-kheh'

from 'dachah' (1760); overthrow:--ruin.

4073

mdachphah
med-akh-faw'

from 'dachaph' (1765); a push, i.e. ruin:--overthrow.

4074

Maday
maw-dah'-ee

of foreign derivation; Madai, a country of central Asia:--Madai, Medes, Media.

4075

Maday
maw-dah'-ee

patrial from 'Maday' (4074); a Madian or native of Madai:--Mede.

4076

Maday
maw-dah'-ee

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Maday' (4074):--Mede(-s).

4077

Maday
maw-dah'-ee

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Maday' (4075):--Median.

4078

madday
mad-dah'-ee

from 'mah' (4100) and 'day' (1767); what (is) enough, i.e. sufficiently:--sufficiently.

4079

midyan
mid-yawn'

a variation for 'madown' (4066):--brawling, contention(-ous).

4080

Midyan
mid-yawn'

the same as 'midyan' (4079); Midjan, a son of Abraham; also his country and (collectively) his descendants:--Midian, Midianite.

4081

Middiyn
mid-deen'

a variation for 'Midyan' (4080):--Middin.

4082

mdiynah
med-ee-naw'

from 'diyn' (1777); properly, a judgeship, i.e. jurisdiction; by implication, a district (as ruled by a judge); generally, a region:--(X every) province.

4083

mdiynah
med-ee-naw'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'mdiynah' (4082):--province.

4084

Midyaniy
mid-yaw-nee'

patronymical or patrial from 'Midyan' (4080); a Midjanite or descend. (native) of Midjan:--Midianite. Compare 'Mdaniy' (4092).

4085

mdokah
med-o-kaw'

from 'duwk' (1743); a mortar:--mortar.

4086

Madmen
mad-mane'

from the same as 'domen' (1828); dunghill; Madmen, a place in Palestine:--Madmen.

4087

madmenah
mad-may-naw'

feminine from the same as 'domen' (1828); a dunghill:--dunghill.

4088

Madmenah
mad-may-naw'

the same as 'madmenah' (4087); Madmenah, a place in Palestine:--Madmenah.

4089

Madmannah
mad-man-naw'

a variation for 'madmenah' (4087); Madmannah, a place in Palestine:--Madmannah.

4090

mdan
med-awn'

a form of 'madown' (4066):--discord, strife.

4091

Mdan
med-awn'

the same as 'mdan' (4090); Medan, a son of Abraham:--Medan.

4092

Mdaniy
med-aw-nee'

a variation of 'Midyaniy' (4084):--Midianite.

4093

madda`
mad-daw'

or maddai {mad-dah'}; from 'yada`' (3045); intelligence or consciousness:--knowledge, science, thought.

4094

madqarah
mad-kaw-raw'

from 'daqar' (1856); a wound:--piercing.

4095

madregah
mad-ray-gaw'

from an unused root meaning to step; properly, a step; by implication, a steep or inaccessible place:--stair, steep place.

4096

midrak
mid-rawk'

from 'darak' (1869); a treading, i.e. a place for stepping on:--(foot-)breadth.

4097

midrash
mid-rawsh'

from 'darash' (1875); properly, an investigation, i.e. (by implication) a treatise or elaborate compilation:--story.

4098

mdushshah
med-oosh-shaw'

from 'duwsh' (1758); a threshing, i.e. (concretely and figuratively) down-trodden people:--threshing.

4099

Mdatha
med-aw-thaw'

of Persian origin; Medatha, the father of Haman:--Hammedatha (including the article).

4100

mah
maw

or mah {mah}; or ma {maw}; or ma {mah}; also meh {meh}; a primitive particle; properly, interrogative what? (including how? why? when?); but also exclamation, what! (including how!), or indefinitely what (including whatever, and even relatively, that which); often used with prefixes in various adverbial or conjunctive senses:--how (long, oft, (- soever)), (no-)thing, what (end, good, purpose, thing), whereby(-fore, -in, -to, -with), (for) why.

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