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6501 (pere') to 6600 (pithgam)

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6501

pere'
peh'-reh

or pereh (Jeremiah 2:24) {peh'-reh}; from 'para'' (6500) in the secondary sense of running wild; the onager:--wild (ass).

6502

Pir'am
pir-awm'

from 'pere'' (6501); wildly; Piram, a Canaanite:--Piram.

6503

Parbar
par-bawr'

or Parvar {par-vawr'}; of foreign origin; Parbar or Parvar, a quarter of Jerusalem:--Parbar, suburb.

6504

parad
paw-rad'

a primitive root; to break through, i.e. spread or separate (oneself):--disperse, divide, be out of joint, part, scatter (abroad), separate (self), sever self, stretch, sunder.

6505

pered
peh'-red

from 'parad' (6504); a mule (perhaps from his lonely habits):--mule.

6506

pirdah
pir-daw'

feminine of 'pered' (6505); a she-mule:--mule.

6507

prudah
per-oo-daw'

feminine passive participle of 'parad' (6504); something separated, i.e. a kernel:--seed.

6508

pardec
par-dace'

of foreign origin; a park:--forest, orchard.

6509

parah
paw-raw'

a primitive root; to bear fruit (literally or figuratively):--bear, bring forth (fruit), (be, cause to be, make) fruitful, grow, increase.

6510

parah
paw-raw'

feminine of 'par' (6499); a heifer:--cow, heifer, kine.

6511

Parah
paw-raw'

the same as 'parah' (6510); Parah, a place in Palestine:--Parah.

6512

perah
pay-raw'

from 'puwr' (6331); a hole (as broken, i.e. dug):--+ mole. Compare 'chaphor' (2661).

6513

Purah
poo-raw'

for 'p'orah' (6288); foliage; Purah, an Israelite:--Phurah.

6514

Pruwda'
per-oo-daw'

or Priyda {per-ee-daw'}; from 'parad' (6504); dispersion; Peruda or Perida, one of "Solomon's servants":--Perida, Peruda.

6515

Paruwach
paw-roo'-akh

passive participle of 'parach' (6524); blossomed; Paruach, an Israelite:--Paruah.

6516

Parvayim
par-vah'-yim

of foreign origin; Parvajim, an Oriental region:--Parvaim.

6517

paruwr
paw-roor'

passive participle of 'parar' (6565) in the sense of spreading out (compare 'parach' (6524)); a skillet (as flat or deep):--pan, pot.

6518

paraz
paw-rawz'

from an unused root meaning to separate, i.e. decide; a chieftain:--village.

6519

prazah
per-aw-zaw'

from the same as 'paraz' (6518); an open country:--(unwalled) town (without walls), unwalled village.

6520

prazown
per-aw-zone'

from the same as 'paraz' (6518); magistracy, i.e. leadership (also concretely, chieftains):--village.

6521

praziy
per-aw-zee'

or prowziy {per-o-zee'}; from 'prazah' (6519); a rustic:--village.

6522

Prizziy
per-iz-zee'

for 'praziy' (6521); inhabitant of the open country; a Perizzite, one of the Canaanitish tribes:--Perizzite.

6523

parzel
par-zel'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'barzel' (1270); iron:--iron.

6524

parach
paw-rakh'

a primitive root; to break forth as a bud, i.e. bloom; generally, to spread; specifically, to fly (as extending the wings); figuratively, to flourish:--X abroad, X abundantly, blossom, break forth (out), bud, flourish, make fly, grow, spread, spring (up).

6525

perach
peh'-rakh

from 'parach' (6524); a calyx (natural or artificial); generally, bloom:--blossom, bud, flower.

6526

pirchach
pir-khakh'

from 'parach' (6524); progeny, i.e. a brood:--youth.

6527

parat
paw-rat'

a primitive root; to scatter words, i.e. prate (or hum):--chant.

6528

peret
peh'-ret

from 'parat' (6527); a stray or single berry:--grape.

6529

priy
per-ee'

from 'parah' (6509); fruit (literally or figuratively):--bough, ((first-)) fruit((-ful)), reward.

6530

priyts
per-eets'

from 'parats' (6555); violent, i.e. a tyrant:--destroyer, ravenous, robber.

6531

perek
peh'-rek

from an unused root meaning to break apart; fracture, i.e. severity:--cruelty, rigour.

6532

poreketh
po-reh'-keth

feminine active participle of the same as 'perek' (6531); a separatrix, i.e. (the sacred) screen:--vail.

6533

param
paw-ram'

a primitive root; to tear:--rend.

6534

Parmashta'
par-mash-taw'

of Persian origin; Parmashta, a son of Haman:--Parmasta.

6535

Parnak
par-nak'

of uncertain derivation; Parnak, an Israelite:--Parnach.

6536

parac
paw-ras'

a primitive root; to break in pieces, i.e. (usually without violence) to split, distribute:--deal, divide, have hoofs, part, tear.

6537

prac
per-as'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'parac' (6536); to split up:--divide, (U-)pharsin.

6538

perec
peh'-res

from 'parac' (6536); a claw; also a kind of eagle:--claw, ossifrage.

6539

Parac
paw-ras'

of foreign origin; Paras (i.e. Persia), an Eastern country, including its inhabitants:--Persia, Persians.

6540

Parac
paw-ras'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Parac' (6539):--Persia, Persians.

6541

parcah
par-saw'

feminine of 'perec' (6538); a claw or split hoof:--claw, (cloven-)footed, hoof.

6542

Parciy
par-see'

patrial from 'Parac' (6539); a Parsite (i.e. Persian), or inhabitant of Peres:--Persian.

6543

Parciy
par-see'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Parciy' (6542):--Persian.

6544

para`
paw-rah'

a primitive root; to loosen; by implication, to expose, dismiss; figuratively, absolve, begin:--avenge, avoid, bare, go back, let, (make) naked, set at nought, perish, refuse, uncover.

6545

pera`
peh'-rah

from 'para`' (6544); the hair (as dishevelled):--locks.

6546

par`ah
par-aw'

feminine of 'pera`' (6545) (in the sense of beginning); leadership (plural concretely, leaders):--+ avenging, revenge.

6547

Par`oh
par-o'

of Egyptian derivation; Paroh, a general title of Egyptian kings:--Pharaoh.

6548

Par`oh Chophra`
par-o' khof-rah'

of Egyptian derivation; Paroh- Chophra, an Egyptian king:--Pharaoh-hophra.

6549

Par`oh Nkoh
par-o' nek-o'

or Parpoh Nkow {par-o' nek-o'}; of Egyptian derivation; Paroh-Nekoh (or -Neko), an Egyptian king: --Pharaoh-necho, Pharaoh-nechoh.

6550

par`osh
par-oshe'

probably from 'para`' (6544) and '`ash' (6211); a flea (as the isolated insect):--flea.

6551

Par`osh
par-oshe'

the same as 'par`osh' (6550); Parosh, the name of our Israelite:--Parosh, Pharosh.

6552

Pir`athown
pir-aw-thone'

from 'par`ah' (6546); chieftaincy; Pirathon, a place in Palestine:--Pirathon.

6553

Pir`athowniy
pir-aw-tho-nee'

or Pirathoniy {pir-aw-tho-nee'}; patrial from 'Pir`athown' (6552); a Pirathonite or inhabitant of Pirathon:--Pirathonite.

6554

Parpar
par-par'

probably from 'parar' (6565) in the sense of rushing; rapid; Parpar, a river of Syria:--Pharpar.

6555

parats
paw-rats'

a primitive root; to break out (in many applications, direct and indirect, literal and figurative):--X abroad, (make a) breach, break (away, down, -er, forth, in, up), burst out, come (spread) abroad, compel, disperse, grow, increase, open, press, scatter, urge.

6556

perets
peh'-rets

from 'parats' (6555); a break (literally or figuratively):--breach, breaking forth (in), X forth, gap.

6557

Perets
peh'-rets

the same as 'perets' (6556); Perets, the name of two Israelites:--Perez, Pharez.

6558

Partsiy
par-tsee'

patronymically from 'Perets' (6557); a Partsite (collectively) or descendants of Perets:--Pharzites.

6559

pratsiym
per-aw-tseem'

plural of 'perets' (6556); breaks; Peratsim, a mountain in Palestine:--Perazim.

6560

Perets `Uzza'
peh'-rets ooz-zaw'

from 'perets' (6556) and '`Uzza'' (5798); break of Uzza; Perets-Uzza, a place in Palestine:--Perez-uzza.

6561

paraq
paw-rak'

a primitive root; to break off or crunch; figuratively, to deliver:--break (off), deliver, redeem, rend (in pieces), tear in pieces.

6562

praq
per-ak'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'paraq' (6561); to discontinue:--break off.

6563

pereq
peh'-rek

from 'paraq' (6561); rapine; also a fork (in roads):--crossway, robbery.

6564

paraq
paw-rawk'

from 'paraq' (6561); soup (as full of crumbed meat):--broth. See also 'marpe'' (4832).

6565

parar
paw-rar'

a primitive root; to break up (usually figuratively, i.e. to violate, frustrate:--X any ways, break (asunder), cast off, cause to cease, X clean, defeat, disannul, disappoint, dissolve, divide, make of none effect, fail, frustrate, bring (come) to nought, X utterly, make void.

6566

paras
paw-ras'

a primitive root; to break apart, disperse, etc.:--break, chop in pieces, lay open, scatter, spread (abroad, forth, selves, out), stretch (forth, out).

6567

parash
paw-rash'

a primitive root; to separate, literally (to disperse) or figuratively (to specify); also (by implication) to wound:-- scatter, declare, distinctly, shew, sting.

6568

prash
per-ash'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'parash' (6567); to specify:--distinctly.

6569

peresh
peh'-resh

from 'parash' (6567); excrement (as eliminated):--dung.

6570

Peresh
peh'-resh

the same as 'peresh' (6569); Peresh, an Israelite:--Peresh.

6571

parash
paw-rawsh'

from 'parash' (6567); a steed (as stretched out to a vehicle, not single nor for mounting (compare 'cuwc' (5483))); also (by implication) a driver (in a chariot), i.e. (collectively) cavalry:--horseman.

6572

parshegen
par-sheh'-ghen

or pathshegen {path-sheh'-gen}; of foreign origin; a transcript:--copy.

6573

parshegen
par-sheh'-ghen

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'parshegen' (6572):--copy.

6574

parshdon
par-shed-one'

perhaps by compounding 'parash' (6567) and 'parad' (6504) (in the sense of straddling) (compare 'parshez' (6576)); the crotch (or anus):--dirt.

6575

parashah
paw-raw-shaw'

from 'parash' (6567); exposition:--declaration, sum.

6576

parshez
par-shaze'

a root apparently formed by compounding 'parash' (6567) and that of 'paraz' (6518) (compare 'parshdon' (6574)); to expand:--spread.

6577

Parshandatha'
par-shan-daw-thaw'

of Persian origin; Parshandatha, a son of Haman:--Parshandatha.

6578

Prath
per-awth'

from an unused root meaning to break forth; rushing; Perath (i.e. Euphrates), a river of the East:--Euphrates.

6579

partam
par-tam'

of Persian origin; a grandee:--(most) noble, prince.

6580

pash
pash

probably from an unused root meaning to disintegrate; stupidity (as a result of grossness or of degeneracy):--extremity.

6581

pasah
paw-saw'

a primitive root; to spread:--spread.

6582

pashach
paw-shakh'

a primitive root; to tear in pieces:--pull in pieces.

6583

Pashchuwr
pash-khoor'

probably from 'pashach' (6582); liberation; Pashchur, the name of four Israelites:--Pashur.

6584

pashat
paw-shat'

a primitive root; to spread out (i.e. deploy in hostile array); by analogy, to strip (i.e. unclothe, plunder, flay, etc.):--fall upon, flay, invade, make an invasion, pull off, put off, make a road, run upon, rush, set, spoil, spread selves (abroad), strip (off, self).

6585

pasa`
paw-sah'

a primitive root; to stride (from spreading the legs), i.e. rush upon:--go.

6586

pasha`
paw-shah'

a primitive root (identical with 'pasa`' (6585) through the idea of expansion); to break away (from just authority), i.e. trespass, apostatize, quarrel:--offend, rebel, revolt, transgress(-ion, -or).

6587

pesa`
peh'-sah

from 'pasa`' (6585); a stride:--step.

6588

pesha`
peh'-shah

from 'pasha`' (6586); a revolt (national, moral or religious):--rebellion, sin, transgression, trespass.

6589

pasaq
paw-sak'

a primitive root; to dispart (the feet or lips), i.e. become licentious:--open (wide).

6590

pshar
pesh-ar'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'pathar' (6622); to interpret:--make (interpretations), interpreting.

6591

pshar
pesh-ar'

(Aramaic) from 'pshar' (6590); an interpretation:--interpretation.

6592

pesher
pay'-sher

corresponding to 'pshar' (6591):--interpretation.

6593

pishteh
pish-teh'

from the same as 'pash' (6580) as in the sense of comminuting; linen (i.e. the thread, as carded):--flax, linen.

6594

pishtah
pish-taw'

feminine of 'pishteh' (6593); flax; by implication, a wick:--flax, tow.

6595

path
path

from 'pathath' (6626); a bit:--meat, morsel, piece.

6596

poth
pohth

or pothah (Ezek. 13:19) {po-thaw'}; from an unused root meaning to open; a hole, i.e. hinge or the female pudenda:--hinge, secret participle

6597

pith'owm
pith-ome'

or pith.om {pith-ome'}; from 'petha`' (6621); instantly:--straightway, sudden(-ly).

6598

pathbag
pathbag'

of Persian origin; a dainty:--portion (provision) of meat.

6599

pithgam
pith-gawm'

of Persian origin; a (judicial) sentence:--decree, sentence.

6600

pithgam
pith-gawm'

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'pithgam' (6599); a word, answer, letter or decree:--answer, letter, matter, word.

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