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Hitchcock’s
Bible Names Dictionary

 


 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.

 


This dictionary is from "Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible," published in the late 1800s. It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible-related proper names and their meanings. Some Hebrew words of uncertain meaning have been left out. It is out of copyright, so feel free to copy and distribute it. I pray it will help in your study of God's Word.

--Brad Haugaard

 

 

 

A, a.

 

Aaron,        a teacher; lofty; mountain of strength

Abaddon,     the destroyer

Abagtha,      father of the wine-press

Abana,        made of stone; a building

Abarim,       passages; passengers

Abba,         father

Abda,         a servant; servitude

Abdeel,       a vapor; a cloud of God

Abdi,         my servant

Abdiel,        servant of God

Abdon,        servant; cloud of judgment

Abednego,    servant of light; shining

Abel,         vanity; breath; vapor

Abel,         a city; mourning

Abel-beth-maachah,
 mourning to the house of
Maachah

Abel-maim,    mourning of waters

Abel-meholah, mourning of sickness

Abel-mizraim, the mourning of Egyptians

Abel-shittim,   mourning of thorns

Abez,         an egg; muddy

Abi,          my father

Abiah,        the Lord is my father

Abi-albon,     most intelligent father

Abiasaph,     consuming father; gathering

Abiathar,      excellent father; father of the remnant

Abib,         green fruit; ears of corn

Abidah,       father of knowledge

Abidan,       father of judgment

Abiel,         God my father

Abiezer,       father of help

Abigail,       the father's joy

Abihail,       the father of strength

Abihu,        he is my father

Abihud,       father of praise; confession

Abijah,        the Lord is my father

Abijam,       father of the sea

Abilene,       the father of mourning

Abimael,      a father sent from God

Abimelech,    father of the king

Abinadab,     father of a vow, or of willingness

Abinoam,     father of beauty

Abiram,       high father; father of deceit

Abishag,      ignorance of the father

Abishai,       the present of my father

Abishalom,    father of peace

Abishua,      father of salvation

Abishur,       father of the wall; father of uprightness

Abital,        the father of the dew; or of the shadow

Abitub,       father of goodness

Abiud,        father of praise

Abner,        father of light

Abram,       high father

Abraham,     father of a great multitude

Absalom,      father of peace

Accad,        a vessel; pitcher; spark

Accho,        close; pressed together

Aceldama,    field of blood

Achab,        brother of the father

Achaia,       grief; trouble

Achaicus,     a native of Achaia; sorrowing; sad

Achan,        or Achar, he that troubleth

Achaz,        one that takes, or possesses

Achbor,       a rat; bruising

Achim,        preparing; revenging; confirming

Achish,       thus it is; how is this

Achmetha,    brother of death

Achor,        trouble

Achsah,       adorned; bursting the veil

Achshaph,     poison; tricks

Achzib,       liar; lying; one that runs

Adadah,      testimony of the assembly

Adah,         an assembly

Adaiah,       the witness of the Lord

Adaliah,       one that draws water; poverty; cloud; death

Adam,        earthy; red

Adamah,      red earth; of blood

Adami,        my man; red; earthy; human

Adar,         high; eminent

Adbeel,       vapor, or cloud of God

Addi,         my witness; adorned; prey

Addin,        adorned; delicious; voluptuous

Addon,        basis; foundation; the Lord

Adiel,         the witness of the Lord

Adin,         Adina, adorned; voluptuous; dainty

Adithaim,     assemblies; testimonies

Adlai,         my witness; my ornament

Admah,       earthy; red; bloody

Admatha,     a cloud of death; a mortal vapor

Adna,         pleasure; delight

Adnah,        eternal rest

Adoni-bezek,  the lightning of the Lord; the Lord of lightning

Adonijah,     the Lord is my master

Adonikam,    the Lord is raised

Adoniram,     my Lord is most high; Lord of might and elevation

Adoni-zedek,  justice of the Lord; lord of justice

Adoraim,      strength of the sea

Adoram,      their beauty; their power

Adrammelech, the cloak, glory, grandeur or power of the king

Adramyttium,  the court of death

Adriel,        the flock of God

Adullam,      their testimony; their prey; their ornament

Adummim,    earthy; red; bloody things

Aeneas,       praised; praiseworthy

Aenon,        a cloud; fountain; his eye

Agabus,       a locust; the father's joy or feast

Agag,         roof; upper floor

Agar,         or Hagar, a stranger; one that fears

Agee,         a valley; deepness

Agrippa,      one who causes great pain at his birth

Agur,         stranger; gathered together

Ahab,         uncle, or father's brother

Aharah,       a smiling brother; a meadow of a sweet savor

Aharhel,      another host; the last sorrow; a brother's sheep

Ahasbai,      trusting in me; a grown-up brother

Ahasuerus,    prince; head; chief

Ahava,        essence; being; generation

Ahaz,         one that takes or possesses

Ahaziah,      seizure; vision of the Lord

Ahi,          my brother; my brethren

Ahiah,        brother of the Lord

Ahiam,        mother's brother; brother of a nation

Ahian,        brother of wine

Ahiezer,       brother of assistance

Ahihud,       brother of vanity, or of darkness, or of joy, or of praise; witty brother

Ahijah,        same with Ahiah

Ahikam,      a brother who raises up or avenges

Ahilud,        a brother born, or begotten

Ahimaaz,      a brother of the council

Ahiman,      brother of the right hand

Ahimelech,    my brother is a king; my king's brother

Ahimoth,      brother of death

Ahinadab,     a willing brother; brother of a vow

Ahinoam,     beauty of the brother; brother of motion

Ahio,         his brother; his brethren

Ahira,        brother of iniquity; brother of the shepherd

Ahiram,       brother of craft, or of protection

Ahisamach,    brother of strength

Ahishahur,    brother of the morning or dew; brother of blackness

Ahishar,       brother of a prince; brother of a song

Ahithophel,    brother of ruin or folly

Ahitub,       brother of goodness

Ahlab,        made of milk, or of fat; brother of the heart

Ahlai,         beseeching; sorrowing; expecting

Ahoah,        a live brother; my thorn or thistle

Aholah,       his tabernacle; his tent

Aholiab,       the tent of the father

Aholibah,     my tent, or my tabernacle, in her

Aholibamah,   my tabernacle is exalted

Ahumai,      a meadow of waters; a brother of waters

Ahuzam,      their taking or possessing vision

Ahuzzah,      possession; seizing; collecting

Ai,           or Hai, mass; heap

Aiah,         vulture, raven; an isle; alas, where is it?

Aiath,         same as Ai; an hour; eye; fountain

Aijeleth-Shahar,   
 the land of the morning

Ain,          same as Aiath

Ajalon,        a chain; strength; a stag

Akkub,        foot-print; supplanting; crookedness; lewdness

Akrabbim,     scorpions

Alammelech,  God is king

Alemeth,      hiding; youth; worlds; upon the dead

Alexander,    one who assists men

Alian,         high

Alleluia,       praise the Lord

Allon,         an oak; strong

Allon-bachuth, the oak of weeping

Almodad,     measure of God

Almon,        hidden

Almon-diblathaim, 
 hidden in a cluster of fig trees

Alpheus,      a thousand; learned; chief

Alush,        mingling together

Alvah,        his rising up; his highness

Amad,        people of witness; a prey

Amal,         labor; iniquity

Amalek,       a people that licks up

Aman,        mother; fear of them

Amana,       integrity; truth; a nurse

Amariah,      the Lord says; the integrity of the Lord

Amasa,       sparing the people

Amasai,       strong

Amashai,      the people's gift

Amashi-ali,    same as Amaziah

Ami,          mother; fear; people

Amaziah,      the strength of the Lord

Aminadab,    same as Amminadab

Amittai,       true; fearing

Ammah,      my, or his, people

Ammi,        same as Ammah

Ammiel,       the people of God

Ammihud,     people of praise

Ammi-nadab,  my people is liberal

Ammishaddai, the people of the Almighty; the Almighty is with me

Ammizabad,   dowry of the people

Ammon,      a people; the son of my people

Amnon,       faithful and true; tutor

Amok,        a valley; a depth

Amon,        faithful; true

Amorite,      bitter; a rebel; a babbler

Amos,        loading; weighty

Amoz,        strong; robust

Amplias,      large; extensive

Amram,       an exalted people; their sheaves; handfuls of corn

Amraphel,     one that speaks of secrets

Amzi,         strong, mighty

Anab,         a grape; a knot

Anah,         one who answers; afflicted

Anaharath,    dryness, burning, wrath

Anak,         a collar; ornament

Anamim,      a fountain; answer; affliction

Anammelech,  answer; poverty of the king

Anani,        a cloud; prophecy; divination

Ananias,      or Ananiah, the cloud of the Lord

Anathema,    separated; set apart

Anathoth,     or Anath, answer; song; poverty

Andrew,      a strong man

Andronicus,   a man excelling others

Anem,        or Anen, an answer; their affliction

Aner,         answer; song; affliction

Aniam,        a people; the strength or sorrow of people

Anim,         answerings; singings; afflicted

Anna,         gracious; one who gives

Annas,        one who answers; humble

Antichrist,     an adversary to Christ

Antioch,      speedy as a chariot

Antipas,       for all, or against all

Antipatris,     for, or against the father

Antothijah,    answers or songs of the Lord; afflictions

Anub,         same as Anab

Apelles,       exclusion; separation

Apharsathchites,   

 Apharsites    (from a root meaning) dividing or rending

Aphek,        Aphekah, Aphik, strength; a rapid torrent

Aphiah,       speaking, blowing

Apocalypse,   uncovering, revelation

Apocrypha,    hidden

Apollonia,     perdition, destruction

Apollonius,    destroying

Apollos,       one who destroys; destroyer

Apollyon,      a destroyer

Appaim,      face; nostrils

Apphia,       productive; fruitful

Aquila,        an eagle

Ar,           awakening; uncovering

Ara,          cursing; seeing

Arab,         multiplying; sowing sedition; a window; a locust

Arabia,       evening; desert; ravens

Arad,         a wild ass; a dragon

Arah,         the way; a traveler

Aram,        highness, magnificence, one that deceives; curse

Aran,         an ark; their curse

Ararat,       the curse of trembling

Araunah,      ark; song; joyful cry

Arba,         four

Archelaus,     the prince of the people

Archippus,    a master of horses

Arcturus,      a gathering together

Ard,          one that commands; he that descends

Ardon,        ruling; a judgment of malediction

Areli,         the light or vision of God

Areopagus,    the hill of Mars

Aretas,        agreeable, virtuous

Argob,        a turf, or fat land

Ariel,         altar; light or lion of God

Arimathea,    a lion dead to the Lord

Arioch,       long; great; tall

Aristarchus,   the best prince

Aristobulus,   a good counselor

Armageddon,  hill of fruits; mountain of Megiddo

Arnon,        rejoicing; sunlight

Aroer,        heath; tamarisk

Arpad,        the light of redemption

Arphaxad,     a healer; a releaser

Artaxerxes,    the silence of light; fervent to spoil

Artemas,      whole, sound

Arumah,      high; exalted

Asa,          physician; cure

Asahel,       creature of God

Asaiah,       the Lord hath wrought

Asaph,        who gathers together

Asareel,       the beatitude of God

Asenath,      peril; misfortune

Ashan,        smoke

Ashbel,       an old fire

Ashdod,       effusion; inclination; theft

Asher,        happiness

Ashima,       crime; offense

Ashkenaz,     a fire that spreads

Ashnah,       change

Ashriel,       same as Asareel

Ashtaroth,     Ashtoreth, flocks; sheep; riches

Ashur,        who is happy; or walks; or looks

Asia,          muddy; boggy

Asiel,         the work of God

Askelon,      weight; balance; fire of infamy

Asnapper,     unhappiness; increase of danger

Asriel,        help of God

Assir,         prisoner; fettered

Asshurim,     liers in want; beholders

Assos,        approaching; coming near

Assur,        same as Ashur

Assyria,       country of Assur or Ashur

Asuppim,      gatherings

Asyncritus,    incomparable

Atad,         a thorn

Atarah,       a crown

Ataroth,      crowns

Ataroth-addar, crowns of power

Ater,         left hand; shut

Athach,       thy time

Athaiah,      the Lord's time

Athaliah,      the time of the Lord

Athlai,        my hour or time

Attai,         same as Athlai

Attalia,       that increases or sends

Attalus,       increased, nourished

Augustus,     increased, augmented

Ava,          or Ivah, iniquity

Aven,         iniquity; force; riches; sorrow

Avim,         wicked or perverse men

Avith,         wicked, perverse

Azaliah,       near the Lord

Azaniah,      hearing the Lord; the Lord's weapons

Azareel,       help of God

Azariah,      he that hears the Lord

Azaz,         strong one

Azazel,        the scape-goat

Azaziah,      strength of the Lord

Azekah,       strength of walls

Azgad,        a strong army; a gang of robbers

Azmaveth,    strong death; a he-goat

Azmon,       bone of a bone; our strength

Aznoth-tabor,  the ears of Tabor; the ears of purity or contrition

Azor,         a helper; a court

Azotus,       the same as Ashdod

Azriel,        same as Asriel

Azrikam,      help, revenging

Azubah,       forsaken

Azur,         he that assists or is assisted

Azzan,        their strength

Azzur,        same as Azur

 

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B, b.

 

Baal,         master; lord

Baalah,       her idol; she that is governed or subdued; a spouse

Baalath,      a rejoicing; our proud lord

Baalath-beer,  subjected pit

Baal-berith,   idol of the covenant

Baale,        same as Baalath

Baal-gad,     idol of fortune or felicity

Baal-hamon,  who rules a crowd

Baal-hermon,  possessor of destruction or of a thing cursed

Baali,         my idol; lord over me

Baalim,       idols; masters; false gods

Baalis,        a rejoicing; a proud lord

Baal-meon,    idol or master of the house

Baal-peor,     master of the opening

Baal-perazim, god of divisions

Baal-shalisha, the god that presides over three; the third idol

Baal-tamar,   master of the palm-tree

Baal-zebub,   god of the fly

Baal-zephon,  the idol or possession of the north; hidden; secret

Baanah,      in the answer; in affliction

Baara,        a flame; purging

Baaseiah,     in making; in pressing together

Baasha,       he that seeks, or lays waste

Babel,        confusion; mixture

Babylon,      same as Babel

Baca,         a mulberry-tree

Bahurim,      choice; warlike; valiant

Bajith,        a house

Balaam,      the ancient of the people; the destruction of the people

Baladan,      one without judgment

Balak,        who lays waste or destroys

Bamah,       an eminence or high place

Barabbas,     son of shame, confusion

Barachel,     that bows before God

Barachias,    same as Barachel

Barak,        thunder, or in vain

Barjesus,      son of Jesus or Joshua

Barjona,      son of a Jona; of a dove

Barnabas,     son of the prophet, or of consolation

Barsabas,     son of return; son of rest

Bartholomew, a son that suspends the waters

Bartimeus,    son of the honorable

Baruch,       who is blessed

Barzillai,      son of contempt; made of iron

Bashan,       in the tooth, in ivory

Bashemath,   perfumed; confusion of death; in desolation

Bathsheba,    the seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety

Bathsuha,     same as Bathsheba

Bealiah,       the god of an idol; in an assembly

Bealoth,      cast under

Bebai,        void, empty

Becher,       first begotten; first fruits

Bechorath,    first fruits

Bedad,        alone; solitary

Bedaiah,      Bedeiah, the only Lord

Bedan,        according to judgment

Beeliada,      an open idol

Beelzebub,    same as Baalzebub

Beer,         a well

Beera,        a well; declaring

Beerelim,     the well of Elim, or of rains

Beeri,         my well

Beer-lahai-roi, the well of him that liveth and seeth me

Beeroth,      wells; explaining

Beersheba,    the well of an oath; the seventh well

Behemoth,    beasts

Bekah,        half a shekel

Belah,        destroying

Belial,        wicked, worthless

Belshazzar,    master of the treasure

Belteshazzar,  who lays up treasures in secret

Ben,          a son

Benaiah,      son of the Lord

Ben-ammi,    son of my people

Beneberak,    sons of lightning

Bene-jaakan,  sons of sorrow

Benhadad,    son of Hadad, or noise

Benhail,       son of strength

Benhanan,    son of grace

Benjamin,     son of the right hand

Benimi,       our sons

Beno,         his son

Benoni,       son of my sorrow, or pain

Benzoheth,    son of separation

Beon,         in affliction

Beor,         burning; foolish; mad

Bera,         a well; declaring

Berachah,     blessing; bending the knee

Berachiah,    speaking well of the Lord

Beraiah,      the choosing of the Lord

Berea,        heavy; weighty

Bered,        hail

Beri,          my son; my corn

Beriah,       in fellowship; in envy

Berith,        covenant

Bernice,       one that brings victory

Berodach-baladan, 
 the son of death

Berothai,      wells; a cypress

Berothath,    of a well

Besai,         a despising; dirty

Besodeiah,    counsel of the Lord

Besor,        glad news; incarnation

Betah,        confidence

Beten,        belly

Bethabara,    the house of confidence

Bethanath,    house of affliction

Bethany,      the house of song; the house of affliction

Betharabah,   house of sweet smell

Beth-aram,    house of height

Beth-aven,    the house of vanity; of iniquity of trouble

Beth-azmaveth,     house of death's strength

Beth-baalmeon,     an idol of the dwelling-place

Beth-barah,   the chosen house

Beth-birei,     the house of my Creator, the house of my health

Beth-car,      the house of the lamb

Beth-dagon,   the house of corn, or of fish

Beth-diblathaim, house of dry figs

Beth-el,       the house of God

Bethemek,    house of deepness

Bether,       division, or in the trial

Bethesda,     house of pity or mercy

Beth-ezal,     a neighbor's house

Beth-gader,   a house for a mouse

Beth-gamul,   house of recompense, or of the camel

Beth-haccerem,     house of the vineyard

Beth-haran,   house of grace

Beth-horon,   house of wrath

Beth-lebaoth,  house of lionesses

Beth-lehem,   house of bread

Beth-marcaboth, house of bitterness wiped out

Beth-meon,    house of the dwelling-place

Beth-nimrah,  house of rebellion

Beth-palet,    house of expulsion

Beth-pazzez,  
 house of dividing asunder

Beth-peor,    house of gaping, or opening

Bethphage,    house of my month, or of early figs

Beth-phelet,   same as Beth-palet

Beth-rapha,   house of health

Bethsaida,     house of fruits, or of food, or of snares

Bethshan,     Beth-shean, house of the tooth, or of ivory, or of sleep

Beth-shemesh, house of the sun

Bethuel,       filiation of God

Beth-zur,      house of a rock

Betonim,      bellies

Beulah,       married

Bezai,        eggs

Bezaleel,      in the shadow of God

Bezek,        lightning; in the chains

Bezer,        vine branches

Bichri,        first-born; first fruits

Bidkar,       in compunction, or sharp pain

Bigthan,      in the press; giving meat

Bigvai,        in my body

Bildad,        old friendship

Bileam,       the ancient of the people; the devourer

Bilgah,        ancient countenance

Bilhah,        Bilhan, who is old or confused

Bilshan,       in the tongue

Binea,        son of the Lord

Binnui,        building

Birsha,        an evil; a son who beholds

Bishlam,      in peace

Bithiah,       daughter of the Lord

Bithron,       divisions

Bithynia,      violent precipitation

Bizjothjah,    despite

Blastus,       that buds or brings forth

Boanerges,    son of thunder

Boaz,         or Booz, in strength

Bocheru,      the first born

Bochim,       the place of weeping; or of mulberry-trees

Bohan,        in them

Boskath,      in poverty

Boson,        taking away

Bozez,        mud; bog

Bozrah,       in tribulation or distress

Bukki,        void

Bukkiah,      the dissipation of the Lord

Bul,          old age; perishing

Bunah,        building; understanding

Bunni,        building me

Buz,          despised; plundered

Buzi,         my contempt

 

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C, c.

 

Cabbon,      as though understanding

Cabul,        displeasing; dirty

Caiphas,      he that seeks with diligence; one that vomiteth

Cain,         possession, or possessed

Cainan,       possessor; purchaser

Calah,        favorable; opportunity

Calcol,        nourishing

Caleb,        a dog; a crow; a basket

Caleb-Ephratah, see Ephratah

Calneh,       our consummation

Calno,        our consummation; altogether himself

Calvary,      the place of a skull

Camon,       his resurrection

Cana,         zeal; jealousy; possession

Canaan,      merchant; trader; or that humbles and subdues

Candace,      who possesses contrition

Capernaum,   the field of repentance; city of comfort

Caphtor,      a sphere, buckle, or hand

Cappadocia,   the same as Caphtor

Carcas,       the covering of a lamb

Charchemish,  a lamb; as taken away; withdrawn

Careah,       bald; ice

Carmel,       circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn

Carmi,        my vineyard; lamb of the waters

Carpus,       fruit; fruitful

Carshena,     a lamb; sleeping

Casiphia,      money; covetousness

Casluhim,     hopes of life

Cedron,       black; sad

Cenchrea,     millet; small pulse

Cephas,       a rock or stone

Cesar,        a name applied to those who are cut out of the womb

Chalcol,       who nourishes, consumes, and sustains the whole

Chaldea,      as demons, or as robbers

Charran,      a singing or calling out

Chebar,       force or strength

Chedorlaomer, roundness of a sheaf

Chelal,        as night

Chelub,       a basket

Chelluh,       all

Chelubai,      he altogether against me

Chemarims,   black ones

Chemosh,     handling; stroking; taking away

Chenaanah,   broken in pieces

Chenani,      my pillar

Chenaniah,    preparation, or disposition, or strength, of the Lord

Chephirah,    a little lioness

Cheran,       anger

Cherethims,   Cherethites, who cut or tear away

Cherith,       cutting; piercing; slaying

Chesed,       as a devil, or a destroyer

Chesil,        foolishness

Chesulloth,    fearfulness

Chidon,       a dart

Chiliab,       totality; or the perfection of the father

Chilion,       finished; complete; perfect

Chilmad,      teaching or learning

Chimham,     as they; like to them

Chios,        open; opening

Chisleu,       Cisleu, Casleu, rashness; confidence

Chislon,       hope, trust

Chisloth-tabor, fears; purity

Chittem,      those that bruise; gold

Chloe,        green herb

Chorazin,     the secret; here is a mystery

Chozeba,      men liers in wait

Christ,        anointed

Chun,         making ready

Chushan-rishathaim,
 blackness of iniquities

Chuza,        the seer or prophet

Cilicia,        which rolls or overturns

Cis,           same as Kish

Clauda,       a lamentable voice

Claudia,       Claudius, lame

Clement,      mild; good; merciful

Cleophas,     the whole glory

Cnidus,       age

Colhozeh,     every prophet

Colosse,       punishment; correction

Coniah,       strength of the Lord

Coos,         top, summit

Corinth,       which is satisfied; ornament; beauty

Cornelius,     of a horn

Cosam,       divining

Coz,          a thorn

Cozbi,        a liar; sliding away

Crescens,     growing; increasing

Crete,        carnal; fleshly

Crispus,       curled

Cush,         Cushan, Cushi, Ethiopians; blackness

Cuth,         Cuthah, burning

Cyprus,       fair; fairness

Cyrene,       a wall; coldness; the floor

Cyrenius,      who governs

Cyrus,        as miserable; as heir

 

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D, d.

 

Dabareh,      the word; the thing; a bee; obedient

Dabbasheth,   flowing with honey

Daberath,     same as Dabareh

Dagon,        corn; a fish

Dalaiah,       the poor of the Lord

Dalmanutha,  a bucket; a branch

Dalmatia,     deceitful lamps; vain brightness

Dalphon,      the house of caves

Damaris,      a little woman

Damascus,    a sack full of blood; the similitude of burning

Dan,          judgment; he that judges

Daniel,        judgment of God; God my judge

Dannah,      judging

Darah,        generation; house of the shepherd or of the companion

Darda,        home of knowledge

Darius,        he that informs himself

Darkon,       of generation; of possession

Dathan,       laws or rites

David,        well-beloved, dear

Debir,         an orator; a word

Deborah,      word; thing; a bee

Decapolis,     containing ten cities

Dedan,        their breasts; friendship; a judge

Dedanim,     the descendants of Dedan

Dekar,        force

Delaiah,       the poor of the Lord

Delilah,       poor; small; head of hair

Demas,       popular

Demetrius,    belonging to corn, or to Ceres

Derbe,        a sting

Deuel,        the knowledge of God

Deuteronomy, repetition of the law

Diana,        luminous, perfect

Diblaim,       cluster of figs

Diblath,       paste of dry figs

Dibon,        abundance of knowledge

Dibon-gad,    great understanding; abundance of sons

Dibri,         an orator

Dibzahab,     Dizahab, where much gold is

Didymus,      a twin; double

Diklah,        Dildah, his diminishing

Dilean,        that is poor

Dimon,        where it is red

Dimonah,     dunghill

Dinah,        judgment; who judges

Dinhabah,     he gives judgment

Dionysius,     divinely touched

Diotrephes,    nourished by Jupiter

Dishan,       a threshing

Dishon,       fatness; ashes

Dodai,        Dodanim, beloved

Dodavah,     love

Dodo,         his uncle

Doeg,         careful, who acts with uneasiness

Dophkah,     a knocking

Dor,          generation, habitation

Dorcas,       a female roe-deer

Dothan,       the law; custom

Drusilla,       watered by the dew

Dumali,       silence; resemblance

Dura,         same as Dor

 

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E, e.

 

Ebal,         ancient heaps

Ebed,         a servant; laborer

Ebed-melech,  the king's servant

Eben-ezer,    the stone of help

Eber,         one that passes; anger

Ebiasaph,     a father that gathers or adds

Ebronah,      passage over; being angry

Ecclesiastes,   a preacher

Ed,           witness

Eden,         pleasure; delight

Eder,         a flock

Edom,        red, earthy; of blood

Edrei,         a very great mass, or cloud

Eglah,        heifer; chariot; round

Eglaim,       drops of the sea

Eglon,        same as Eglah

Egypt,        that troubles or oppresses; anguish

Ehud,         he that praises

Eker,         barren, feeble

Ekron,        barrenness; torn away

Eladah,       the eternity of God

Elah,         an oak; a curse; perjury

Elam,         a young man; a virgin; a secret

Elasah,       the doings of God

Elath,         a hind; strength; an oak

El-beth-el,     the God of Bethel

Eldaah,       knowledge of God

Eldad,        favored of God; love of God

Elead,        witness of God

Elealeh,       burnt-offering of God

Eleazar,       help of God, court of God

El-elohe-Israel,
 God, the God of
Israel

Eleph,        learning

Elhanan,      grace, or gift, or mercy of God

Eli,           the offering or lifting up

Eli,           Eli, my God, my God

Eliab,         God is my father; God is the father

Eliada,        knowledge of God

Eliah,         God the Lord

Eliahba,       my God the Father

Eliakim,       resurrection of God

Eliam,        the people of God

Elias,         same as Elijah

Eliasaph,      the Lord increaseth

Eliashib,      the God of conversion

Eliathah,      thou art my God

Elidad,        beloved of God

Eliel,          God, my God

Elienai,       the God of my eyes

Eliezer,       help, or court, of my God

Elihoreph,     god of winter, or of youth

Elihu,         he is my God himself

Elijah,        God the Lord, the strong Lord

Elika,         pelican of God

Elim,         the rams; the strong; stags

Elimelech,     my God is king

Elioenai,      toward him are mine eyes; or to him are my fountains

Eliphal,       a miracle of God

Eliphalet,      the God of deliverance

Eliphaz,       the endeavor of God

Elisabeth,     Elizabeth, the oath, or fullness, of God

Elisha,        salvation of God

Elishah,       it is God; the lamb of God: God that gives help

Elishama,     God hearing

Elishaphat,    my God judgeth

Elisheba,      same as Elisabeth

Elishua,       God is my salvation

Eliud,         God is my praise

Elizur,        God is my strength; my rock; rock of God

Elkanah,      God the zealous; the zeal of God

Elkeshai,      hardiness or rigor of God

Ellasar,       revolting from God

Elkoshite,     a man of Elkeshai

Elmodam,     the God of measure, or of the garment

Elnaam,       God's fairness

Elnathan,     God hath given; the gift of God

Elohi,         Elohim, God

Elon,         oak; grove; strong

Elon-beth-hanan,  
 the house of grace or mercy

Elpaal,        God's work

Elpalet,       same as Eliphalet

Eltekeh,       of grace or mercy

Elteketh,      the case of God

Eltolad,       the generation of God

Elul,          cry or outcry

Eluzai,        God is my strength

Elymas,       a magician, a corrupter

Elzabad,      the dowry of God

Elzaphan,     God of the northeast wind

Emims,       fears; terrors; formidable; people

Emmanuel,    God with us

Emmaus,      people despised or obscure

Emmor,       an ass

Enam,        fountain, open place

Enan,         cloud

En-dor,       fountain, eye of generation, or of habitation

Eneas,        laudable

En-eglaim,    eye, or fountain, of calves

En-gannim,    eye, or fountain, of protection or of gardens

En-gedi,       eye, or fountain, of the goat, or of happiness

En-haddah,    quick sight; well of gladness

En-hakkore,   fountain of him that called or prayed

En-hazor,     the grass of the well

En-mishpat,   fountain of judgment

Enoch,        dedicated; disciplined

Enon,         cloud; mass of darkness; fountain; eye

Enos,         mortal man; sick; despaired of; forgetful

En-rimmon,   well of weight

En-rogel,      the fuller's fountain; the well of searching

En-shemesh,   fountain, or eye, of the sun

En-tappuah,   fountain of an apple, or of inflation

Epaphras,     covered with foam

Epaphroditus,  agreeable; handsome

Epenetus,     laudable; worthy of praise

Ephah,        weary; tired

Epher,        dust; lead

Ephes-dammim,    effusion of blood

Ephesus,      desirable

Eph-lal,       judging; praying

Ephphatha,    be opened

Ephraim,      fruitful; increasing

Ephratah,     Ephrath, abundance; bearing fruit

Ephron,       dust

Epicurean,    follower of Epicurus, i.e., of one who gives assistance

Er,           watchman

Eran,         follower

Erastus,       lovely, amiable

Erech,        length; health; physic

Eri,           my city

Esaias,        same as Isaiah

Esar-haddon,  that closes the point; joy; cheerfulness

Esau,         he that acts or finishes

Esek,         contention

Esh-baal,      the fire of the idol, or of the ruler

Esh-ban,      fire of the sun

Eshcol,        bunch of grapes

Eshean,       held up

Eshek,        violence, force

Eshkalon,     same as Askelon

Eshtaol,       a strong woman

Eshtemoa,     the bosom of a woman

Esli,          near me; he who separates

Esmachiah,    joined to the Lord

Esrom,        dart of joy; division of a song

Esther,        secret; hidden

Etam,         their bird, their covering

Etham,       their strength; their sign

Ethan,        strong; the gift of the island

Ethanim,      strong; valiant

Ethbaal,      toward the idol, or with Baal

Ether,        talk

Ethiopia,      blackness; heat

Ethnan,       gift

Ethni,         strong

Eubulus,      prudent; good counselor

Eunice,       good victory

Euodias,      sweet scent

Euphrates,    that makes fruitful

Eutychus,     happy; fortunate

Eve,          living; enlivening

Evi,          unjust

Evil-merodach, the fool of Merodach; the fool grinds bitterly

Exodus,       going out, departure

Ezbon,        hastening to understand

Ezekiel,       the strength of God

Ezel,          going abroad; walk

Ezem,        a bone

Ezer,         a help

Ezion-geber,   the wood of the man

Ezra,         help; court

Ezri,          my hel

 

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F, f.

 

Felix,         happy, prosperous

Festus,        festive, joyful

Fortunatus,    lucky, fortunate

 

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G, g.

 

Gaal,         contempt; abomination

Gaash,        tempest; commotion

Gabbai,       the back

Gabbatha,     high; elevated

Gabriel,       God is my strength

Gad,          a band; a troop

Gadarenes,    men of Gadara, i.e., a place surrounded or walled

Gaddi,        my troop; a kid

Gaddiel,       goat of God; the Lord my happiness

Gaius,        lord; an earthly man

Galal,         a roll, a wheel

Galatia,       white; the color of milk

Galeed,       the heap of witness

Galilee,       wheel; revolution

Gallim,        who heap up; who cover

Gallio,        who sucks, or lives on milk

Gamaliel,     recompense of God; camel of God

Gammadims,  dwarfs

Gamul,       a recompense

Gareb,        a scab

Garmites,     men of Garmi, ie., bones, or, my cause

Gatam,       their lowing; their touch

Gath,         a wine-press

Gath-rimmon, the high wine-press

Gaza,         strong; a goat

Gazabar,      a treasurer

Gazer,        a dividing; a sentence

Gazez,        a passing over

Gazzam,      the fleece of them

Geba,         a hill; cup

Gebal,        bound; limit

Geber,        manly, strong

Gebim,        grasshoppers; height

Gedaliah,     God is my greatness

Geder,        Gederah, Gederoth, a wall

Gederothaim,  hedges

Gehazi,       valley of sight

Geliloth,      rolling, wheel, heap

Gemalli,       wares; a camel

Gemariah,     accomplishment or perfection of the Lord

Gennesaret,   garden of the prince

Genesis,       beginning

Genubath,     theft; robbery

Gera,         pilgrimage, combat; dispute

Gerar,        same as Gera

Gergesenes,   those who come from pilgrimage or fight

Gerizim,      cutters, hatchets

Gershom,     a stranger here

Gershon,      his banishment; the change of pilgrimage

Geshur,       Geshuri, sight of the valley; a walled valley

Gether,       the vale of trial or searching

Gethsemane,  a very fat or plentiful vale

Geuel,        God's redemption

Gezer,        dividing, sentence

Giah,         to guide; draw out; produce; a groan or sigh

Gibbar,       strong, manly

Gibbethon,    a back; a high house

Gibeah,       a hill

Gibeon,       hill; cup; thing lifted up

Giddel,        great

Gideon,       he that bruises or breaks; a destroyer

Gideoni,       same as Gideon

Gihon,        valley of grace

Gilalai,        a wheel

Gilboa,        revolution of inquiry

Gilead,        the heap or mass of testimony

Gilgal,        wheel; rolling; heap

Giloh,         he that rejoices; he that overturns

Gimzo,        that bulrush

Ginath,       Ginnetho, a garden

Girgashite,    who arrives from pilgrimage

Gispa,        coming hither

Gittah-hepher, digging; a wine-press

Gittaim,       a wine-press

Gittites,       men of Gath, ie., of a wine-press

Goath,        his touching; his roaring

Gob,          cistern; grasshopper

Gog,          roof; covering

Golan,        passage; revolution

Golgotha,     a heap of skulls; something skull-shaped

Goliath,       passage; revolution; heap

Gomer,       to finish; complete

Gomorrah,    rebellious people

Goshen,       approaching; drawing near

Gozan,        fleece; pasture; who nourisheth the body

Gudgodah,    happiness

Guni,         a garden; a covering

Gur,          the young of a beast; a whelp

Gur-baal,     the governor's whelp

 

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H, h.

 

Haahashtari, 
 a runner

Habaiah,      the hiding of the Lord

Habakkuk,    he that embraces; a wrestler

Habazinaiah,  a hiding of the shield of the Lord

Habor,        a partaker; a companion

Hachaliah,    who waits for the Lord

Hachilah,     my hope is in her

Hachmoni,    a wise man

Hadad,       joy; noise; clamor

Hadadezer,    beauty of assistance

Hadadrimmon, invocation to the god Rimmon

Hadar,        power; greatness

Hadarezer,    same as Hadadezer

Hadashah,    news; a month

Hadassah,     a myrtle; joy

Hadid,        rejoicing; sharp

Hadlai,        loitering; hindering

Hadoram,     their beauty; their power

Hadrach,      point; joy of tenderness

Hagab,       Hagabah, a grasshopper

Hagar,        a stranger; one that fears

Haggai,       feast; solemnity

Haggeri,      Haggi, a stranger

Haggiah,      the Lord's feast

Haggith,      rejoicing

Hakkatan,     little

Hakkoz,       a thorn; summer; an end

Hakupha,     a commandment of the mouth

Halah,        a moist table

Halak,        part

Halhul,        grief; looking for grief

Hali,          sickness; a beginning; a precious stone

Hallelujah,    praise the Lord

Halloesh,      saying nothing; an enchanter

Ham,         hot; heat; brown

Haman,       noise; tumult

Hamath,      anger; heat; a wall

Hamath-zobah,     the heat, or the wall, of an army

Hammedatha, he that troubles the law

Hammelech,   a king; a counselor

Hammon,     heat; the sun

Hamonah,     his multitude; his uproar

Hamon-gog,   the multitude of Gog

Hamor,       an ass; clay; dirt

Hamoth,      indignation

Hamul,       godly; merciful

Hamutal,      the shadow of his heat

Hanameel,    the grace that comes from God; gift of God

Hanan,       full of grace

Hananeel,     grace, or gift, of God

Hanani,       my grace; my mercy

Hananiah,     grace; mercy; gift of the Lord

Hanes,        banishment of grace

Haniel,        the gift of God

Hannah,      gracious; merciful; he that gives

Hannathon,   the gift of grace

Hanniel,       grace or mercy of God

Hanoch,      dedicated

Hanun,       gracious; merciful

Hapharaim,   searching; digging

Hara,         a hill; showing forth

Haradah,      well of great fear

Haran,        mountainous country

Harran,       see Charran

Harbonah,    his destruction; his sword

Hareph,       winter; reproach

Harhas,       anger; heat of confidence

Harhaiah,     heat, or anger, of the Lord

Harhur,       made warm

Harim,        destroyed; dedicated to God

Harnepher,    the anger of a bull; increasing heat

Harod,        astonishment; fear

Harosheth,    a forest; agriculture; workmanship; deafness; silence

Harsha,       workmanship; a wood

Harum,       high; throwing down

Harumaph,    destruction

Haruphite,    slender; sharp

Haruz,        careful

Hasadiah,     the mercy of the Lord

Hashabiah,    the estimation of the Lord

Hashabnah,   Hashabniah, the silence of the Lord

Hashem,      named; a putting to

Hashub,       esteemed; numbered

Hashubah,    estimation; thought

Hashum,      silence; their hasting

Hashupha,    spent; made base

Hasrah,       wanting

Hatach,       he that strikes

Hathath,      fear

Hatita,        a bending of sin

Hattil,        howling for sin

Hattipha,      robbery

Hattush,      forsaking sin

Hauran,       a hole; liberty; whiteness

Havilah,      that suffers pain; that brings forth

Havoth-jair,   the villages that enlighten

Hazael,       that sees God

Hazaiah,      seeing the Lord

Hazar-addar,  an imprisoned generation

Hazarenan,    imprisoned cloud

Hazargaddah, imprisoned band

Hazar-hatticon, middle village; preparation

Hazarmaveth, dwelling of death

Hazar-shual,   a wolf's house

Hazar-susah,  or susim, the hay-paunch of a horse

Hazelelponi,   sorrow of countenance

Hazeroth,     villages; palaces

Hazezon-tamar,    drawing near to bitterness

Hazo,         seeing; prophesying

Hazor,        court; hay

Heber,        one that passes; anger

Hebrews,      descendants of Heber

Hebron,       society; friendship

Hegai,        or Hege, meditation; word; groaning; separation

Helam,        their army; their trouble

Helbah,       Helbon, milk, fatness

Heldai,        Heleb, Heled, the world; rustiness

Helek,        part; portion

Helem,        dreaming; healing

Heleph,       changing; passing over

Helez,        armed; set free

Heli,          ascending; climbing up

Helkai,        same as Helek

Helkath-hazzurim, 
 the field of strong men, or of rocks

Helon,        window; grief

Heman,       their trouble; tumult; much; in great number

Hen,          grace; quiet; rest

Hena,         troubling

Henadad,     grace of the beloved

Henoch,       same as Enoch

Hepher,       a digger

Hephzibah,    my delight is in her

Heres,        the son; an earthen pot

Heresh,       a carpenter

Hermas,      Hermes, Mercury; gain; refuge

Hermogenes,  begotten of Mercury

Hermon,      anathema; devoted to destruction

Herod,        son of a hero

Herodion,     the song of Juno

Heshbon,      invention; industry

Heshmon,     a hasty messenger

Heth,         trembling; fear

Hethlon,      a fearful dwelling

Hezekiah,     strength of the Lord

Hezer,        Hezir, a bog; converted

Hezrai,        an entry or vestibule

Hezron,       the dart of joy; the division of the song

Hiddai,        a praise; a cry

Hiddekel,      sharp voice; sound

Hiel,          God lives; the life of God

Hierapolis,    holy city

Higgaion,     meditation; consideration

Hilen,         a window; grief

Hilkiah,       God is my portion

Hillel,         he that praises

Hinnom,      there they are; their riches

Hirah,        liberty; anger

Hiram,        exaltation of life; a destroyer

Hittite,        one who is broken; who fears

Hivites,       wicked; wickedness

Hizkijah,      the strength of the Lord

Hobab,       favored; beloved

Hobah,       love; friendship; secrecy

Hod,          praise; confession

Hodaiah,      the praise of the Lord

Hodaviah,     Hodiah, Hodijah, same as Hodaiah

Hodesh,       a table; news

Hoglah,       his festival or dance

Hoham,       woe to them

Holon,        a window; grief

Homam,      making an uproar

Hophin,       he that covers; my fist

Hor,          who conceives, or shows; a hill

Horam,       their hill

Horeb,        desert; solitude; destruction

Horem,       an offering dedicated to God

Hor-hagidgad, the hill of felicity

Hori,         a prince; freeborn

Horims,       princes; being angry

Hormah,      devoted or consecrated to God; utter destruction

Horonaim,    angers; ragings

Horonites,     men of anger, or of fury, or of liberty

Hosah,        trusting

Hosanna,      save I pray thee; keep; preserve

Hosea,        Hoshea, savior; safety

Hoshaiah,     the salvation of the Lord

Hoshama,     heard; he obeys

Hotham,      a seal

Hothir,        excelling; remaining

Hukkok,      engraver; scribe; lawyer

Hul,          pain; infirmity

Huldah,       the world

Hupham,      their chamber; their bank

Huppim,      a chamber covered; the sea-shore

Hur,          liberty; whiteness; hole

Huram,       their liberty; their whiteness; their hole

Huri,         being angry; or same as Huram

Hushah,       hasting; holding peace

Hushai,       their haste; their sensuality; their silence

Hushathite,    Hushim, man of haste, or of silence

Huz,          counsel; woods; fastened

Huzoth,       streets; populous

Huzzab,       molten

Hymeneus,    nuptial; the god of marriage

 

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I, i.

 

Ibhar,         election; he that is chosen

Ibleam,       ancient people; people decreasing

Ibneiah,       Ibniah, the building of the Lord; the understanding of the Lord; son by adoption

Ibri,          passing over; being angry; being with young

Ibzan,         father of a target; father of coldness

Ichabod,      where is the glory? or, no glory

Iconium,      coming

Idalah,        the hand of slander, or of cursing

Idbash,        flowing with honey; the land of destruction

Iddo,         his band; power; praise

Idumea,       red; earthy; bloody

Igal,          redeemed; defiled

Igeal,         a redeemer; redeemed; defiled

Igdaliah,      the greatness of the Lord

Iim,           heaps of Hebrews, or of angry men

Ije-abarim,    heaps of Hebrews, or of passers over

Ijon,          look; eye; fountain

Ikkesh,        forward; wicked

Illyricum,      joy; rejoicing

Imlah,        plentitude; circumcision

Immanuel,     God with us

Immer,        saying; speaking; a lamb

Imnah,        same as Jimnah

Imrah,        a rebel; waxing bitter; changing

Imri,          speaking; exalting; bitter; a lamb

India,         praise; law

Iphedeiah,     redemption of the Lord

Ir,            watchman; city; vision

Ira,           watchman; making bare; pouring out

Irad,          wild ass; heap of empire; dragon

Iram,         the effusion of them; a high heap

Iri,           fire; light

Irijah,         the fear of the Lord

Irpeel,        the health, medicine, or exulting of God

Irshemesh,    a city of bondage

Isaac,         laughter

Isaiah,        the salvation of the Lord

Iscah,         he that anoints

Iscariot,       a man of murder; a hireling

Ishbak,        who is empty or exhausted

Ishbi-benob,   respiration; conversion; taking captive

Ishbosheth,    a man of shame

Ishi,          salvation

Ishiah,        it is the Lord

Ishma,        named; marveling; desolation

Ishmael,       God that hears

Ishmaiah,     hearing or obeying the Lord

Ishmerai,      keeper, or keeping

Ishod,         a comely man

Ish-pan,       hid; broken in two

Ish-tob,       good man

Ishua,         plainness; equal

Ishmachiah,   cleaving to the Lord

Ispah,         a jasper stone

Israel,         who prevails with God

Issachar,      reward; recompense

Isui,          same as Ishuah

Ithai,         strong; my sign; a plowshare

Italy,         abounding with calves or heifers

Ithamar,      island of the palm-tree

Ithiel,         sign, or coming of God

Ithmah,       an orphan

Ithran,        remaining; searching out diligently

Ithream,      excellence of the people

Ittah-kazin,    hour, or time, of a prince

Iturea,        guarded; mountainous

Ivah,         iniquity

Izehar,        Izhar, clearness; oil

Izrahiah,      the Lord ariseth; the clearness of the Lord

Izri,           fasting; tribulation

 

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J, j.

 

Jaakan,       tribulation; labor

Jaakobah,     supplanter; deceiver; the heel

Jaala,         ascending; a little doe or goat

Jaalam,       hidden; young man; heir

Jaanai,       answering; afflicting; making poor

Jaasau,       doing; my doing

Jaasiel,       God's work

Jaazaniah,    whom the Lord will hear

Jaazah,       Jaazar, helper

Jaaziah,       Jaaziel, the strength of the Lord

Jabal,         which glides away

Jabbok,       evacuation; dissipation; wrestling

Jabesh,       dryness; confusion; shame

Jabez,        sorrow; trouble

Jabin,         Jabneh, he that understands; building

Jabneel,       building of God

Jachan,       wearing out; oppressing

Jachin,        he that strengthens and makes steadfast

Jacob,        that supplants, undermines; the heel

Jada,         knowing

Jadau,        his hand; his confession

Jaddua,       known

Jael,          he that ascends; a kid

Jagur,        husbandman; stranger

Jah,          the everlasting

Jahaleel,      praising God; light of God

Jahath,       broken in pieces; descending

Jahaz,        Jahazah, quarrel; dispute

Jahaziah,     the vision of the Lord

Jahaziel,      seeing God

Jahdiel,       the unity, or sharpness, or revenge, of God

Jahdo,        I alone; his joy; his sharpness of wit; his newness

Jahleel,       waiting for, or beseeching, or hope in, God

Jahmai,       warm; making warm

Jahzeel,       God hasteth, or divideth

Jair,          Jairus, my light; who diffuses light

Jakan,        same as Achan

Jakim,        rising; confirming; establishing

Jalon,         tarrying; murmuring

Jambres,      poverty; bitter; a rebel

James,        same as Jacob

Jamin,        right hand; south wind

Jamlech,      reigning; asking counsel

Janna,        Jannes, who speaks or answers; afflicted; poor

Janoah,       Janohah, resting; tarrying; deriving

Janum,       sleeping

Japhet,       enlarged; fair; persuading

Japhia,       enlightening; appearing

Japhlet,       Japhleti, delivered; banished

Japho,        fairness; comeliness

Jarah,        a wood; honeycomb; watching closely

Jareb,        a revenger

Jared,        a ruling; commanding; coming down

Jaresiah,      the bed of the Lord; the Lord hath taken away; poverty

Jarib,         fighting; chiding; multiplying; avenging

Jarmuth,      fearing, or seeing, or throwing down, death

Jarvah,       breathing, or making, a sweet smell

Jashem,       Jashen, ancient; sleeping

Jasher,        righteous; upright

Jashobeam,   the people sitting; or captivity of the people

Jashub,       a returning; a controversy; a dwelling place

Jasiel,        the strength of God

Jason,        he that cures

Jathniel,      gift of God

Jattir,         a remnant; excellent

Javan,        deceiver; one who makes sad

Jazeel,        strength of God

Jazer,         assistance; helper

Jaziz,         brightness; departing

Jearim,       a leap; woods

Jeaterai,      searching out

Jeberechiah,   speaking well of, or kneeling to, the Lord

Jebus,        treading under foot; manger

Jebusi,        trodden under foot; mangers

Jecamiah,     resurrection, or confirmation, or revenge, of the Lord

Jecoliah,      perfection, or power, of the Lord

Jeconiah,     preparation, or stability, of the Lord

Jedaiah,      the hand of the Lord; confessing the Lord

Jedeiah,       one Lord; the joy of the Lord

Jediael,       the science, or knowledge, of God

Jedidah,      well beloved; amiable

Jedidiah,      beloved of the Lord

Jediel,        the knowledge, or renewing, of God

Jeduthun,     his law; giving praise

Jeezer,        island of help

Jegar-sahadutha,  
 heap of witness

Jehaleleel,     Jehalelel, praising God; clearness of God

Jehaziel,      same as Jahaziel

Jehdeiah,     joy together, one Lord

Jeheiel,       God liveth

Jehezekel,     strength of God

Jehiah,        the Lord liveth

Jehiskiah,     the strength, or taking, of the Lord

Jehoadah,     passing over; testimony of the Lord

Jehoaddan,    pleasure, or time, of the Lord

Jehoahaz,     possession of the Lord

Jehoash,      fire of the Lord

Jehohanan,    grace, or mercy, or gift, of the Lord

Jehoiachin,    preparation, or strength, of the Lord

Jehoiada,     knowledge of the Lord

Jehoiakim,    avenging, or establishing, or resurrection, of the Lord

Jehoiarib,     fighting, or multiplying, of the Lord

Jehonadab,    Jonadab, free giver; liberality

Jehonathan,   gift of the Lord; gift of a dove

Jehoram,      exaltation of the Lord

Jehoshaphat,  the Lord is judge

Jehosheba,    fullness, or oath, of the Lord

Jehoshua,     same as Joshua

Jehovah,      self-subsisting

Jehovah-jireh, the Lord will provide

Jehovah-nissi, the Lord my banner

Jehovah-shalom, the Lord send peace

Jehovah-shammah,
 the Lord is there

Jehovah-tsidkenu,  
 the Lord our righteousness

Jehozabad,    the Lord's dowry; having a dowry

Jehozadak,    justice of the Lord

Jehu,         himself who exists

Jehubbah,     hiding, binding

Jehucal,       mighty; perfect; wasted

Jehud,        Jehudi, praising; conferring

Jehudijah,     the praise of the Lord

Jehush,       keeping counsel; fastened

Jekabzeel,     the congregation of God

Jekamean,    the people shall arise

Jekamiah,     establishing, or revenging, of the Lord

Jekuthiel,     hope, or congregation, of the Lord

Jemima,      handsome as the day

Jemuel,       God's day; son of God

Jephunneh,    he that beholds

Jerah,        the moon; month; smelling sweet

Jerahmeel,    the mercy, or the beloved, of God

Jered,        ruling; coming down

Jeremai,      my height; throwing forth waters

Jeremiah,     exaltation of the Lord

Jeremoth,     eminences; one that fears death

Jeriah,        fear, or throwing down, of the Lord

Jerebai,       fighting; chiding; multiplying

Jericho,       his moon; his month; his sweet smell

Jeriel,         fear, or vision of God

Jerijah,       same as Jeriah

Jerimoth,     he that fears or rejects death

Jerioth,       kettles; breaking asunder

Jeroboam,    he that opposes the people

Jeroham,      high; merciful; beloved

Jerubbaal,     he that defends Baal, let Baal defend his cause

Jerubbesheth,  let the idol of confusion defend itself

Jeruel,        fear, or vision of God

Jerusalem,    vision of peace

Jerusha,      banished; possession; inheritance

Jesaiah,       health, or salvation, of the Lord

Jeshebeab,    sitting, or captivity, of the father

Jesher,        right; singing

Jeshimon,     solitude; desolation

Jeshishai,     ancient; rejoicing exceedingly

Jeshohaia,     the Lord pressing; the meditation of God

Jeshua,       same as Joshua

Jesiah,        sprinkling of the Lord

Jesimiel,      naming, or astonishment, of God

Jesse,         gift; oblation; one who is

Jesui,         even-tempered; flat country

Jesus,         savior; deliverer

Jether,        he that excels

Jetheth,       giving

Jethlah,       hanging up; heaping up

Jethro,        his excellence; his posterity

Jetur,         order; succession; mountainous

Jeuel,         God hath taken away; God heaping up

Jeush,        Jeuz, he that is devoured

Jew,          same as Judah

Jezaniah,      nourishment, or weapons, of the Lord

Jezebel,       chaste

Jezer,         island of help

Jeziah,        Jeziel, sprinkling of the Lord

Jezoar,       clear; white

Jezrahiah,     the Lord arises; brightness of the Lord

Jezneel,       seed of God

Jibsam,       their drought, their confusion

Jidlaph,       he that distills water

Jimnah,       right hand; numbering; preparing

Jiphtah,       opening

Jiphthael,     God opening

Joab,         paternity; voluntary

Joah,         fraternity; brother of the Lord

Joahaz,       apprehending; possessing; seeing

Joakim,       rising or establishing of the Lord

Joanna,       grace or gift of the Lord

Joash,        who despairs or burns

Joatham,      same as Jotham

Job,          he that weeps or cries

Jobab,        sorrowful, hated

Jochebed,     glorious; honorable

Joed,         witnessing; robbing; passing over

Joel,          he that wills or commands

Joelah,        lifting up; profiting; taking away slander

Joezer,        he that aids

Jogbehah,     an exalting; high

Jogli,         passing over; turning back; rejoicing

Joha,         who enlivens or gives life

Johanan,      who is liberal or merciful

John,         the grace or mercy of the Lord

Joiarib,       chiding, or multiplying, of the Lord

Jokdeam,     crookedness, or burning, of the people

Jokim,        that made the sun stand still

Jokmeam,     confirmation, or revenge, of the people

Jokneam,     possessing, or building up, of the people

Jokshan,      an offense; hardness; a knocking

Joktan,       small dispute; contention; disgust

Jonadab,      who gives liberally

Jonah,        or Jonas, a dove; he that oppresses; destroyer

Jonan,        a dove; multiplying of the people

Jonathan,     given of God

Joppa,        beauty; comeliness

Jorah,        Jorai, showing; casting forth; a cauldron

Joram,        to cast; elevated

Jordan,       the river of judgment

Jorim,        he that exalts the Lord

Josabad,      having a dowry

Josaphat,     same as Jehoshaphat

Jose,         raised; who pardons

Joseph,       increase; addition

Joses,         same as Jose

Joshah,       being; forgetting; owing

Joshaviah,    the seat, alteration, or captivity of the Lord

Joshbekesha,  it is requiring or beseeching

Joshua,       a savior; a deliverer

Josiah,        the Lord burns; the fire of the Lord

Josibiah,      the seat, or captivity of the Lord

Josiphiah,     increase of the Lord; the Lord's finishing

Jotham,       the perfection of the Lord

Jothath,       Jothatha, his goodness

Jozabad,      same as Josabad

Jozachar,     remembering; of the male sex

Jubal,         he that runs; a trumpet

Jucal,         mighty; perfect

Judah,        the praise of the Lord; confession

Judas,        Jude, same as Judah

Judaea,       Judea, same as Judah

Judith,        same as Judah

Julia,         downy; soft and tender hair

Julius,        same as Julia

Junia,         youth

Jupiter,       the father that helpeth

Jushabhesed,  dwelling-place; change of mercy

Justus,        just or upright

Juttah,        turning away

 

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K, k.

 

Kabzeel,      the congregation of God

Kadesh,       holiness

Kadesh-barnea,     holiness of an inconstant son

Kadmiel,      God of antiquity; God of rising

Kadmonites,   ancients; chiefs

Kallai,        light; resting by fire; my voice

Kanah,       of reeds

Kareah,       bald; ice

Karkaa,       floor; dissolving coldness

Karkor,       they rested

Karnaim,     horns

Kartah,       calling; meeting

Kedar,        blackness; sorrow

Kedemah,     oriental; ancient; first

Kedemoth,    antiquity; old age

Kehelahath,   a whole; a congregation

Keiiah,        she that divides or cuts

Kelaiah,      voice of the Lord; gathering together

Kelitah,       same as Kelaiah

Kemuel,      God hath raised up, or established him

Kenah,       buying; possession

Kenan,       buyer; owner

Kenaz,        this purchase; this lamentation

Kenites,       possession; purchase; lamentation

Kenizzites,    possession; purchase

Keren-happuch,    the horn or child of beauty

Kerioth,       the cities; the callings

Keros,        crooked; crookedness

Keturah,      that makes the incense to fume

Kezia,        superficies; the angle; cassia

Keziz,        end; extremity

Kibroth-hattaavah,
 the graves of lust

Kibzaim,      congregation

Kidron,       obscure; making black or sad

Kinah,        same as Kenah

Kir,          a city; wall; meeting

Kirharaseth,   Kirharesh, city of the sun; wall of burnt brick

Kirioth,       same as Kerioth

Kirjath,       city; vocation; meeting

Kirjathaim,    the two cities; callings; or meetings

Kirjath-arba,  city of four; fourth city

Kirjath-arim,  city of those who watch

Kirjath-baal,  city of Baal, or of a ruler

Kirjath-huzoth, city of streets; populous city

Kirjath-jearim, city of woods

Kirjath-sannah, city of enmity, or of a blackberry bush

Kirjath-sepher, city of letters, or of the book

Kish,         hard; difficult; straw; for age

Kishi,         hardness; his gravity; his offense

Kishion,       hardness; soreness

Kishon,       hard; sore

Kithlish,       it is a wall; the company of a lioness

Kitron,        making sweet; binding together

Kittim,        breaking; bruising small; gold; coloring

Koa,          hope; a congregation; a line; a rule

Kohath,       congregation; wrinkle; bluntness

Kolariah,      voice of the Lord

Korah,        baldness; ice; frost

Kushaiah,     same as Kishi

 

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L, l.

 

Laadah,       to assemble together; to testify; passing over

Laadan,       for pleasure; devouring; judgment

Laban,        white; shining; gentle; brittle

Labana,       the moon; whiteness; frankincense

Lachish,      who walks, or exists, of himself

Lael,         to God; to the mighty

Lahad,        praising; to confess

Lahairoi,      who liveth and seeth me

Lahmam,     their bread; their war

Lahmi,        my bread; my war

Laish,         a lion

Lamech,      poor; made low

Laodicea,     just people

Lapidoth,     enlightened; lamps

Lasea,        thick; wise

Lashah,       to call; to anoint

Lazarus,      assistance of God

Leah,         weary; tired

Lebanon,      white, incense

Lebaoth,      lividness

Lebbeus,      a man of heart; praising; confessing

Lebonah,      same as Labana

Lehabim,      flames; inflamed; swords

Lehi,         jawbone

Lekah,        walking; going

Lemuel,       God with them, or him

Leshem,      a name; putting; a precious stone

Letushim,     hammermen; filemen

Leummim,    countries; without water

Levi,         associated with him

Libnah,       white; whiteness

Libni,         same as Libnah

Libya,        the heart of the sea; fat

Linus,         net

Lo-ammi,     not my people

Lod,          nativity; generation

Lois,          better

Lo-ruhamah,  not having obtained mercy; not pitied

Lot,          Lotan, wrapt up; hidden; covered; myrrh; rosin

Lubin,        heart of a man; heart of the sea

Lucas,        Lucius, luminous; white

Lucifer,       bringing light

Lud,          Ludim, same as Lod

Luhith,        made of boards

Luke,         luminous; white

Luz,          separation; departure; an almond

Lycaonia,     she-wolf

Lydda,        Lydia, a standing pool

Lysanias,      that drives away sorrow

Lysias,        dissolving

Lysimachus,   scattering the battle

Lystra,        that dissolves or disperses

 

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M, m.

 

Maachah,     pressed down; worn; fastened

Maachathi,    broken

Maadai,       pleasant; testifying

Maadiah,      pleasantness; the testimony of the Lord

Maai,         belly; heaping up

Maale-akrabbim, ascent of scorpions

Maarath,      den; making empty; watching

Maaseiah,     the work of the Lord

Maasiai,      the defense, or strength, or trust of the Lord

Maath,        wiping away; breaking; fearing; smiting

Maaz,        wood; wooden

Macedonia,    burning; adoration

Machbenah,   Machbanai, poverty; the smiting of his son

Machi,        poor; a smiter

Machir,       selling; knowing

Machnadebai, smiter

Machpelah,    double

Madai,        a measure; judging; a garment

Madian,       judgment; striving; covering; chiding

Madmannah,  measure of a gift; preparation of a garment

Madon,       a chiding; a garment; his measure

Magbish,      excelling; height

Magdala,      tower; greatness

Magdalene,    a person from Magdala

Magdiel,      declaring God; chosen fruit of God

Magog,       covering; roof; dissolving

Magor-missabib, fear on every side

Magpiash,     a body thrust hard together

Mahalah,      Mahalath, sickness; a company of dancers; a harp

Mahaleleel,    praising God

Mahali,       infirmity; a harp; pardon

Mahanaim,    tents; two fields; two armies

Mahanehdan,  tents of judgment

Mahanem,    a comforter

Maharai,      hasting; a hill; from a hill

Mahath,      same as Maath

Mahavites,    declaring a message; marrow

Mahaz,       an end; ending; growing hope

Mahazioth,    seeing a sign; seeing a letter

Maher-shalal-hash-baz,  
 making speed to the spoil; he hastens to the prey

Mahlah,       Mahli, Mahlon, same as Mahali

Makas,       same as Mahaz

Makheloth,    assemblies; congregations

Makkedah,    worshiping; burning; raised; crookedness

Malachi,      my messenger; my angel

Malcham,     Malchom, their king; their counselor

Malchiah,     Malchijah, the Lord my king, or my counselor

Malchiel,      God is my king, or counselor

Malchus,      my king, kingdom, or counselor

Maleleel,      same as Mahaleleel

Mallothi,      fullness; circumcision

Malluch,      reigning; counseling

Mammon,     riches

Mamre,       rebellious; bitter; set with trees

Manaen,      a comforter; a leader

Manahethites, my lady; my prince of rest

Manasseh,     forgetfulness; he that is forgotten

Manoah,      rest; a present

Maon,        house; place of sin

Mara,         Marah, bitter; bitterness

Maralah,      sleep; a sacrifice of myrrh; ascension

Maranatha,   the Lord is coming

Marcus,       polite; shining

Mareshah,     from the beginning; an inheritance

Mark,         same as Marcus

Maroth,       bitterness

Marsena,      bitterness of a bramble

Martha,       who becomes bitter; provoking

Mary,         same as Miriam

Mash,         same as Meshech

Mashal,       a parable; governing

Masrekah,     whistling; hissing

Massa,        a burden; prophecy

Massah,       temptation

Matred,       wand of government

Matri,        rain; prison

Mattan,       Mattana, Mattenai, gifts; rains

Mattaniah,    gift, or hope, of the Lord

Mattatha,     his gift

Mattathias,    the gift of the Lord

Matthan,      same as Mattan

Matthanias,   same as Mattaniah

Matthal,      gift; he that gives

Matthew,     given; a reward

Matthias,      Mattithiah, same as Mattathias

Mazzaroth,    the twelve signs of the zodiac

Meah,        a hundred cubits

Mearah,      den; cave; making empty

Mebunnai,     son; building; understanding

Mecherath,    selling; knowledge

Medad,       he that measures; water of love

Medan,       judgment; process

Medeba,      waters of grief; waters springing up

Media,        measure; habit; covering

Megiddo,      his precious fruit; declaring a message

Megiddon,     same as Megiddo

Mehetabel,    how good is God

Mehida,       a riddle; sharpness of wit

Mehir,        a reward

Mehujael,     who proclaims God

Mehuman,    making an uproar; a multitude

Mejarkon,     the waters of Jordan

Mekonah,     a foot of a pillar; provision

Melatiah,      deliverance of the Lord

Melchi,       my king; my counsel

Melchiah,     God is my king

Melchi-shua,   king of health; magnificent king

Melchizedek,  king of justice

Melea,        supplying; supplied

Melech,       king; counselor

Melita,        affording honey

Mellicu,       his kingdom; his counselor

Melzar,       circumcision of a narrow place, or of a bond

Memphis,     abode of the good

Memucan,     impoverished; to prepare; certain; true

Menahem,     comforter; who conducts them; preparation of heat

Menan,       numbered; rewarded; prepared

Mene,        who reckons or is counted

Meonenim,    charmers, regarders of times

Mephaath,    appearance, or force, of waters

Mephibosheth, out of my mouth proceeds reproach

Merab,        he that fights or disputes

Meraioth,     bitterness; rebellious; changing

Merari,       bitter; to provoke

Mercurius,    an orator; an interpreter

Mered,        rebellious, ruling

Meremoth,    bitterness; myrrh of death

Meres,        defluxion; imposthume

Meribah,      dispute; quarrel

Meribbaal,    he that resists Baal; rebellion

Merodach,    bitter contrition

Merodach-baladan,
 bitter contrition, without judgment

Merom,       eminences; elevations

Meronothite,  my singing; rejoicing; bearing rule

Meroz,        secret, leanness

Mesha,        burden; salvation

Meshach,     that draws with force

Meshech,      who is drawn by force

Meshelemiah,  peace, or perfection, of the Lord

Meshezaheel,  God taking away; the salvation of God

Meshillamith,  peaceable; perfect; giving again

Meshullam,    peaceable; perfect; their parables

Mesobaite,    the Lord's standing-place; a little doe

Mesopotamia, between two rivers

Messiah,      anointed

Metheg-ammah,    bridle of bondage

Methusael,    who demands his death

Methusaleh,   he has sent his death

Meunim,      dwelling-places; afflicted

Mezahab,     gilded

Miamin,       the right hand

Mibhar,       chosen; youth

Mibsam,      smelling sweet

Mibzar,       defending; forbidding; taking away

Micah,        poor; humble

Micaiah,      who is like to God?

Micha,        same as Micaiah

Michaiah,     Michael, same as Micah

Michal,       who is perfect?

Michmach,    he that strikes

Michmethah,  the gift or death of a striker

Michri,        selling

Michtam,     golden psalm

Middin,       judgment; striving

Midian,       judgment; covering; habit

Migdalel,      tower of God

Migdalgad,    tower compassed about

Migdol,       a tower

Migron,       fear; farm; throat

Mijamin,      right hand

Mikloth,       little wants; little voices; looking downward

Minneiah,     possession of the Lord

Milalai,       circumcision; my talk

Milcah,       queen

Milcom,       their king

Miletum,      red; scarlet

Millo,         fullness

Miniamin,     right hand

Minni,        reckoned; prepared

Minnith,       same as Minni

Miriam,       rebellion

Mishael,       who is asked for or lent

Mishal,        parables; governing

Misham,      their savior; taking away

Misheal,       requiring; lent; pit

Mishma,      hearing; obeying

Mishmannah,  fatness; taking away provision

Mishraites,    spread abroad

Mispar,       Mispereth, numbering; showing; increase of tribute

Misrephoth-maim, 
 hot waters

Mithcah,      sweetness; pleasantness

Mithnite,      loin; gift; hope

Mithredath,   breaking the law

Mitylene,      purity; cleansing; press

Mizar,        little

Mizpah,       Mizpeh, a watch-tower; speculation

Mizraim,      tribulations

Mizzah,       defluxion from the head

Mnason,      a diligent seeker; an exhorter

Moab,        of his father

Moladah,      birth; generation

Molech,       Moloch, king

Molid,        nativity; generation

Mordecai,     contrition; bitter; bruising

Moreh,        stretching

Moriah,       bitterness of the Lord

Moserah,      Moseroth, erudition; discipline

Moses,        taken out; drawn forth

Mozah,       unleavened

Muppim,      out of the mouth; covering

Mushi,        he that touches, that withdraws or takes away

Myra,         I flow; pour out; weep

Mysia,        criminal; abominable

 

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N, n.

 

Naam,        fair; pleasant

Naamah,      Naaman, beautiful; agreeable

Naarah,       Naarai, young person

Naashon,      that foretells; that conjectures

Nabal,        fool; senseless

Naboth,       words; prophecies

Nachon,       ready; sure

Nachor,       same as Nahor

Nadab,        free and voluntary gift; prince

Nagge,        clearness; brightness; light

Nahaliel,      inheritance; valley of God

Nahallal,      praised; bright

Naham,       Nahamani, comforter; leader

Naharai,      my nostrils; hot; anger

Nahash,       snake; serpent

Nahath,       rest; a leader

Nahbi,        very secret

Nahor,        hoarse; dry; hot

Nahshon,      same as Naashon

Nahum,       comforter; penitent

Nain,         beauty; pleasantness

Naioth,       beauties; habitations

Naomi,        beautiful; agreeable

Naphish,      the soul; he that rests, refreshes himself, or respires

Naphtali,      that struggles or fights

Narcissus,     astonishment; stupidity

Nason,        helper; entry-way

Nathan,       given; giving; rewarded

Nathanael,    the gift of God

Nathan-melech,     the gift of the king, or of counsel

Naum,        same as Nahum

Nazareth,     separated; crowned; sanctified

Nazarite,      one chosen or set apart

Neah,         moved; moving

Neapolis,      the new city

Neariah,      child of the Lord

Nebai,        budding; speaking; prophesying

Nebaioth,     words; prophecies; buds

Neballat,      prophecy; budding

Nebat,        that beholds

Nebo,         that speaks or prophesies

Nebuchadnezzar,  
 
Nebuchadrezzar, tears and groans of judgment

Nebushasi-hahban, 
 speech; prophecy; springing; flowing

Nebuzar-adan, fruits or prophecies of judgment

Necho,        lame; beaten

Nedabiah,     prince or vow of the Lord

Neginoth,     stringed instruments

Nehelamite,   dreamer; vale; brook

Nehemiah,    consolation; repentance of the Lord

Nehum,       comforter; penitent

Nehushta,     made of brass

Nehushtan,    a trifling thing of brass

Neiel,         commotion, or moving, of God

Nekoda,       painted; inconstant

Nemuel,       the sleeping of God

Nepheg,       weak; slacked

Nephish,      same as Naphish

Nephishesim,  diminished; torn in pieces

Nephthalim,   same as Naphtali

Nephthoah,    opening; open

Nephusim,     same as Nephishesim

Ner,          a lamp; new-tilled land

Nereus,       same as Ner

Nergal,       the great man; the hero

Nergal-sharezer,   
 treasurer of
Nergal

Neri,          my light

Neriah,       light; lamp of the Lord

Nethaneel,    same as Nathanael

Nethaniah,    the gift of the Lord

Nethinims,     given or offered

Neziah,       conqueror; strong

Nezib,        standing-place

Nibhaz,       budding; prophesying

Nibshan,      prophecy; growing of a tooth

Nicanor,      a conqueror; victorious

Nicodemus,    victory of the people

Nicolas,       same as Nicodemus

Nicolaitanes,   followers of Nicolas

Nicopolis,     the city of victory

Niger,         black

Nimrah,       Nimrim, leopard; bitterness; rebellion

Nimrod,       rebellion (but probably an unknown Assyrian word)

Nimshi,       rescued from danger

Nineveh,      handsome; agreeable

Nisan,        standard; miracle

Nisroch,       flight; proof; temptation; delicate

No,           stirring up; forbidding

Noadiah,      witness, or ornament, of the Lord

Noah,         repose; consolation

Noah,         that quavers or totters (Zelophehad's daughter)

Nob,          discourse; prophecy

Nobah,        that barks or yelps

Nod,          vagabond; fugitive

Nodab,        vowing of his own accord

Noe,          same as Noah

Nogah,        brightness; clearness

Noha,         rest; a guide

Non,          posterity; a fish; eternal

Noph,         honeycomb; anything that distills or drops

Nophah,      fearful; binding

Nun,          same as Non

Nymphas,     spouse; bridegroom

 

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O, o.

 

Obadiah,      servant of the Lord

Obal,         inconvenience of old age

Obed,         a servant; workman

Obed-edom,   servant of Edom

Obil,          that weeps; who deserves to be bewailed

Oboth,        dragons; fathers; desires

Ocran,        a disturber; that disorders

Oded,         to sustain, hold or lift up

Og,           a cake; bread baked in ashes

Ohad,         praising; confessing

Ohel,         tent; tabernacle; brightness

Olympas,      heavenly

Omar,        he that speaks; bitter

Omega,       the last letter of the Greek alphabet; long O

Omri,         sheaf of corn

On,           pain; force; iniquity

Onam,        Onan, same as On

Onesimus,     profitable; useful

Onesiphorus,  who brings profit

Ono,          grief or strength or iniquity of him

Ophel,        a tower; darkness; small white cloud

Ophir,        fruitful region

Ophni,        wearisomeness; folding together

Ophrah,       dust; lead; a fawn

Oreb,         a raven

Ornan,        that rejoices

Orpah,        the neck or skull

Oshea,        same as Joshua

Othni,        my time; my hour

Othniel,       the hour of God

Ozem,        that fasts; their eagerness

Ozias,         strength from the Lord

Ozni,         an ear; my hearkening

 

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P, p.

 

Paarai,       opening

Padan-aram,  cultivated field or table-land

Padon,        his redemption; ox-yoke

Pagiel,        prevention, or prayer, of God

Pahath-Moab, ruler of Moab

Pai,          Pau, howling; sighing

Palal,         thinking

Palestina,     which is covered; watered; or brings and causes ruin

Pallu,         marvelous; hidden

Palti,         deliverance; flight

Paltiel,        deliverance; or banishment, of God

Pamphylia,    a nation made up of every tribe

Paphos,       which boils, or is very hot

Parah,        a cow; increasing

Paran,        beauty; glory; ornament

Parbar,       a suburb

Parmashta,    a yearling bull

Parmenas,    that abides, or is permanent

Parnach,      a bull striking, or struck

Parosh,       a flea; the fruit of a moth

Parshandatha, given by prayer

Paruah,       flourishing; that flies away

Pasach,       thy broken piece

Pasdammin,   portion or diminishing of blood

Paseah,       passing over; halting

Pashur,       that extends or multiplies the hole; whiteness

Patara,       trodden under foot

Pathros,      Pathrusim, mouthful of dough; persuasion of ruin

Patmos,       mortal

Patrobas,     paternal; that pursues the steps of his father

Pau,          same as Pai

Paul,         small; little

Paulus,       same as Paul

Pedahzur,     strong or powerful savior; stone of redemption

Pedaiah,      redemption of the Lord

Pekah,        he that opens; that is at liberty

Pekahiah,     it is the Lord that opens

Pekod,        noble; rulers

Pelaiah,       the Lord's secret or miracle

Pelaliah,      entreating the Lord

Pelatiah,      let the Lord deliver; deliverance of the Lord

Peleg,        division

Pelethites,     judges; destroyers

Pelonite,      falling; secret

Peniel,        face or vision of God; that sees God

Peninnah,     pearl; precious stone; the face

Pentapolis,    five cities

Pentateuch,   the five books of Moses

Pentecost,     fiftieth

Penuel,       same as Peniel

Peor,         hole; opening

Perazim,      divisions

Peresh,       horseman

Perez,        divided

Perez-Uzza,   division of Uzza, or of strength

Perga,        very earthy

Pergamos,    height; elevation

Perida,        separation; division

Perizzites,     dwelling in villages

Persia,        that cuts or divides; a nail; a gryphon; a horseman

Persis,        same as Persia

Peruda,       same as Perida

Peter,         a rock or stone

Pethahiah,    the Lord opening; gate of the Lord

Pethuel,       mouth of God; persuasion of God

Peulthai,      my works

Phalec,       same as Peleg

Phallu,        Pallu, admirable; hidden

Phalti,        Palti, deliverance, flight

Phanuel,      face or vision of God

Pharaoh,      that disperses; that spoils

Pharez,       division; rupture

Pharisees,     set apart

Pharpar,      that produces fruit

Phebe,        shining; pure

Phenice,      Phoenicia, red; purple

Phichol,       the mouth of all, or every tongue

Philadelphia,  love of a brother

Philemon,     who kisses

Philetus,      amiable; beloved

Philip,        warlike; a lover of horses

Philippi,       same as Philip, in the plural

Philistines,     those who dwell in villages

Philologus,    a lover of letters, or of the word

Phinehas,     bold aspect; face of trust or protection

Phlegon,      zealous; burning

Phrygia,      dry; barren

Phurah,       that bears fruit, or grows

Phygellus,     fugitive

Phylacteries,   things to be especially observed

Pi-beseth,     abode of the goddess Bahest or Bast

Pi-hahiroth,   the mouth; the pass of Hiroth

Pilate,        armed with a dart

Pinon,        pearl; gem; that beholds

Piram,        a wild ass of them

Pirathon,      his dissipation or deprivation; his rupture

Pisgah,       hill; eminence; fortress

Pisidia,        pitch; pitchy

Pison,         changing; extension of the mouth

Pithom,       their mouthful; a dilatation of the mouth

Pithon,        mouthful; persuasion

Pochereth,    cutting of the mouth of warfare

Pontius,       marine; belonging to the sea

Pontus,       the sea

Poratha,      fruitful

Potiphar,      bull of Africa; a fat bull

Potipherah,    that scatters abroad, or demolishes, the fat

Prisca,        ancient

Priscilla,      same as Prisca

Prochorus,    he that presides over the choirs

Puah,         mouth; corner; bush of hair

Publius,       common

Pudens,       shamefaced

Pul,          bean; destruction

Punites,       beholding; my face

Punon,        precious stone; that beholds

Pur,          Purim, lot

Putiel,        God is my fatness

Puteoli,       sulphureous wells

 

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Q, q.

 

Quartus,      fourth

 

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R, r.

 

Raamah,      greatness; thunder; some sort of evil

Raamiah,     thunder, or evil, from the Lord

Rabbah,      great; powerful; contentious

Rabbi,        Rabboni, my master

Rabmag,      who overthrows or destroys a multitude

Rab-saris,     chief of the eunuchs

Rab-shakeh,   cup-bearer of the prince

Raca,         worthless; good-for-nothing

Rachab,       same as Rahab

Rachal,       to whisper; an embalmer

Rachel,       sheep

Raddai,       ruling; coming down

Ragau,        friend; shepherd

Raguel,       shepherd, or friend of God

Rahab,        proud; quarrelsome (applied to Egypt)

Rahab,        large; extended (name of a woman)

Raham,       compassion; a friend

Rakkath,      empty; temple of the head

Rakkon,      vain; void; mountain of enjoyment

Ram,         elevated; sublime

Ramah,       same as Ram

Ramath,      Ramatha, raised; lofty

Ramathaim-zophim,
 the two watch-towers

Ramath-lehi,  elevation of the jaw-bone

Ramath-mizpeh,    elevation of the watch-tower

Ramiah,      exaltation of the Lord

Ramoth,      eminences; high places

Raphah,      Raphu, relaxation; physic; comfort

Reaiah,       vision of the Lord

Reba,         the fourth; a square; that lies or stoops down

Rebekah,      fat; fattened; a quarrel appeased

Rechab,       square; chariot with team of four horses

Reelaiah,      shepherd or companion to the Lord

Regem,       that stones or is stoned; purple

Regemmelech, he that stones the king; purple of the king

Rehabiah,     breadth, or extent, of the Lord

Rehob,        breadth; space; extent

Rehoboam,    who sets the people at liberty

Rehoboth,     spaces; places

Rehum,       merciful; compassionate

Rei,          my shepherd; my companion; my friend

Rekem,       vain pictures; divers picture

Remaliah,     the exaltation of the Lord

Remmon,     greatness; elevation; a pomegranate-tree

Remphan,     prepared; arrayed

Rephael,      the physic or medicine of God

Rephaiah,     medicine or refreshment of the Lord

Rehpaim,     giants; physicians; relaxed

Rephidim,     beds; places of rest

Resen,        a bridle or bit

Reu,          his friend; his shepherd

Reuben,       who sees the son; the vision of the son

Reuel,        the shepherd or friend of God

Reumah,      lofty; sublime

Rezeph,       pavement; burning coal

Rezin,        good-will; messenger

Rezon,        lean; small; secret; prince

Rhegium,     rupture; fracture

Rhesa,        will; course

Rhoda,        a rose

Rhodes,       same as Rhoda

Ribai,         strife

Riblah,        quarrel; greatness to him

Rimmon,      exalted; pomegranate

Rinnah,       song; rejoicing

Riphath,      remedy; medicine; release; pardon

Rissah,        watering; distillation; dew

Rithmah,      juniper; noise

Rizpah,       bed; extension; a coal

Rogelim,      a foot or footman

Rohgah,      filled or drunk with talk

Romamti-ezer, exaltation of help

Roman,       strong; powerful

Rome,        strength; power

Rosh,         the head; top, or beginning

Rufus,        red

Ruhamah,     having obtained mercy

Rumah,       exalted; sublime; rejected

Ruth,         drunk; satisfied

 

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S, s.

 

Sabaoth,      Lord of hosts

Sabeans,      captivity; conversion; old age

Sabtah,       a going about or circuiting; old age

Sabtechah,    that surrounds; that causes wounding

Sacar,        wares; a price

Sadducees,    followers of Sadoc, or Zadok

Sadoc,        or Zadok, just; righteous

Salah,        mission; sending

Salamis,       shaken; test; beaten

Salathiel,      asked or lent of God

Salcah,       thy basket; thy lifting up

Salem,        complete or perfect peace

Salim,        foxes; fists; path

Sallai,         Sallu, an exaltation; a basket

Salma,        peace; perfection

Salmon,       peaceable; perfect; he that rewards

Salome,       same as Salmon

Samaria,      watch-mountain

Samlah,       his raiment; his left hand; his astonishment

Samos,        full of gravel

Samothracia,  an island possessed by the Samians and Thracians

Samson,      his sun; his service; there the second time

Samuel,       heard of God; asked of God

Sanballat,     bramble-bush; enemy in secret

Sanhedrin,    sitting together

Sansannah,    bough or bramble of the enemy

Saph,         rushes; sea-moss

Saphir,        delightful

Sapphira,     that relates or tells

Sarah,        lady; princess; princess of the multitude

Sarai,         my lady; my princess

Sardis,        prince of joy

Sardites,      removing a dissension

Sarepta,      a goldsmith's shop

Sargon,       who takes away protection

Sarid,         remaining; hand of a prince

Saron,        same as Sharon

Sarsechim,    master of the wardrobe

Saruch,       branch; layer; lining

Satan,        contrary; adversary; enemy; accuser

Saul,          demanded; lent; ditch; death

Sceva,        disposed; prepared

Seba,         a drunkard; that turns

Sebat,        twig; scepter; tribe

Secacah,      shadow; covering; defense

Sechu,        defense; bough

Secundus,     second

Segub,        fortified; raised

Seir,          Seirath, hairy; goat; demon; tempest

Sela,          a rock

Sela-hammah-lekoth,    
 rock of divisions

Selah,         the end; a pause

Seled,         affliction; warning

Seleucia,      shaken or beaten by the waves

Sem,          same as Shem

Semachiah,    joined to the Lord

Semaiah,      obeying the Lord

Semei,        hearing; obeying

Senaah,       bramble; enemy

Seneh,        same as Senaah

Senir,         bed-candle; changing

Sennacherib,  bramble of destruction

Seorim,       gates; hairs; tempests

Sephar,       book; scribe; number

Sepharad,     a book descending

Sepharvaim,   the two books; the two scribes

Serah,        lady of scent; song; the morning star

Seraiah,       prince of the Lord

Seraphim,     burning; fiery

Sered,        dyer's vat

Sergius,       net

Serug,        branch; layer; twining

Seth,         put; who puts; fixed

Sethur,        hid; destroying

Shaalabbim,   understanding, or son of a fox

Shaalbim,     that beholds the heart

Shaalbonite,   a fox's building

Schaaph,      fleeing; thinking

Shaaraim,     gates; valuation; hairs

Shaashgaz,    he that presses the fleece; that shears the sheep

Shabbethai,   my rest

Shachia,      protection of the Lord

Shadrach,     tender, nipple

Shage,        touching softly; multiplying much

Shalem,       same as Salem

Shalim,       same as Salim

Shalisha,      three; the third; prince; captain

Shallum,      perfect; agreeable

Shalmai,      my garment

Shalman,      peaceable; perfect; that rewards

Shalmaneser,  peace; tied; chained; perfection; retribution

Shamariah,    throne or keeping of the Lord

Shamed,      destroying; wearing out

Shamer,       keeper; thorn; dregs

Shamgar,     named a stranger; he is here a stranger

Shamhuth,    desolation; destruction

Shamir,       Shamer, prison; bush; lees; thorn

Shammah,    loss; desolation; astonishment

Shammai,     my name; my desolations

Shammoth,    names; desolations

Shammuah,   he that is heard; he that is obeyed

Shamsherai,   there a singer or conqueror

Shapham,     Shaphan, rabbit; wild rat; their lip; their brink

Shaphat,      judge

Sharai,        my lord; my prince; my song

Sharar,       navel; thought; singing

Sharezer,      overseer of the treasury, or of the storehouse

Sharon,       his plain; his song

Shashai,       rejoicing; mercy; linen

Shashak,      a bag of linen; the sixth bag

Shaul,        Saul, asked; lent; a grave

Shaveh,       the plain; that makes equality

Shealtiel,      same as Salathiel

Sheariah,      gate of the Lord; tempest of the Lord

Shear-jashub,  the remnant shall return

Sheba,        captivity; old man; repose; oath

Shebam,      compassing about; old men

Shebaniah,    the Lord that converts, or recalls from captivity

Shebarim,     breakings; hopes

Sheber,       breaking; hope

Shebna,       who rests himself; who is now captive

Shebuel,      turning, or captivity, or seat, of God

Shecaniah,    habitation of the Lord

Shechem,     part; portion; back early in the morning

Shedeur,      field of light; light of the Almighty

Shehariah,    mourning or blackness of the Lord

Shelah,       that breaks; that unties; that undresses

Shelemiah,    God is my perfection; my happiness; my peace

Sheleph,      who draws out

Shelesh,       captain; prince

Shelomi,      Shelomith, my peace; my happiness; my recompense

Shelumiel,     same as Shelemiah

Shem,        name; renown

Shema,       hearing; obeying

Shemaiah,     that hears or obeys the Lord

Shemariah,    God is my guard

Shemeber,     name of force; name of the strong

Shemer,       guardian; thorn

Shemida,      name of knowledge; that puts knowledge

Sheminith,     eighth (an eight-stringed instrument)

Shemiramoth, the height of the heavens

Shemuel,      appointed by God

Shen,         tooth; ivory; change

Shenazar,     treasurer of a tooth

Shenir,        lantern; light that sleeps

Shephatiah,   the Lord that judges

Shephi,       beholder; honeycomb; garment

Shepho,       desert

Shephuphan,  serpent

Sherah,       flesh; relationship

Sherebiah,     singing with the Lord

Sheshach,     bag of flax or linen

Sheshai,       six; mercy; flax

Sheshan,      lily; rose; joy; flax

Sheshbazzar,  joy in tribulation; joy of the vintage

Shethar,      putrefied; searching

Shethar-boznai,    
 that makes to rot; that seeks those who despise me

Sheva,        vanity; elevation; fame; tumult

Shibboleth,    Sibboleth, ear of corn; stream or flood

Shibmah,      overmuch captivity, or sitting

Shicron,       drunkenness; his gift; his wages

Shiggaion,     a song of trouble or comfort

Shihon,       sound; wall of strength

Shihor-libnah,  blackness of Libnah

Shilhi,         Shilhim, bough; weapon; armor

Shillem,       peace; perfection; retribution

Shiloah,       same as Siloah

Shiloh,        sent

Shiloh,        (name of a city), peace; abundance

Shilom,       tarrying; peace-maker

Shilshah,      three; chief; captain

Shimeah,      Shimeath, that hears, or obeys; perdition

Shimei,       Shimi, that hears or obeys; my reputation; my fame

Shimeon,      same as Simeon

Shimma,      same as Shimeah

Shimon,       providing well; fatness; oil

Shimrath,     hearing; obedient

Shimshai,     my son

Shimri,        thorn; dregs

Shimrith,      Shimron, same as Shimri

Shinab,       father of changing

Shinar,        watch of him that sleeps

Shiphi,        multitude

Shiphrah,     handsome; trumpet; that does good

Shisha,        of marble; pleasant

Shishak,       present of the bag; of the pot; of the thigh

Shitrai,        gatherer of money

Shittim,       thorns

Shiza,         this gift

Shoa,         kings; tyrants

Shobab,       returned; turned back; a spark

Shobach,      your bonds; your chains

Shobai,       turning captivity

Shobal,       path; ear of corn

Shobek,       made void; forsaken

Shochoh,      defense; a bough

Shoham,      keeping back

Shomer,       keeper; dregs

Shophach,     pouring out

Shophan,      rabbit; hid

Shoshannim,   those that shall be changed

Shua,         crying; saving

Shuah,        ditch; swimming; humiliation

Shual,        fox; path; first

Shubael,      returning captivity; seat of God

Shuham,      talking; thinking; humiliation; budding

Shulamite,     peaceable; perfect; that recompenses

Shunem,      their change; their sleep

Shuni,        changed; sleeping

Shuphim,      Shuppim, wearing them out; their shore

Shur,         wall; ox; that beholds

Shushan,      lily; rose; joy

Shuthelah,     plant; verdure; moist; pot

Sia,           moving; help

Sibbechai,     bough; cottage; of springs

Sibmah,       conversion; captivity

Sichem,       portion; shoulder

Siddim,       the tilled field

Sidon,        hunting; fishing; venison

Sigionoth,     according to variable songs or tunes,

Sihon,        rooting out; conclusion

Sihor,         black; trouble (the river Nile)

Silas,         three, or the third

Silla,          exalting

Siloa,         Siloam, Siloe, same as Shilhi

Silvanus,      who loves the forest

Simeon,       that hears or obeys; that is heard

Simon,        that hears; that obeys

Sin,           bush

Sinai,         a bush; enmity

Sinim,        south country,

Sion,          noise; tumult

Sippai,        threshold; silver cup

Sinon,        a breast-plate; deliverance

Sisamai,       house; blindness

Sisera,        that sees a horse or a swallow

Sitnah,        hatred

Sivan,        a bush or thorn

Smyrna,       myrrh

So,           a measure for grain; vail

Socoh,        tents; tabernacles

Sodi,          my secret

Sodom,       their secret; their cement

Solomon,      peaceable; perfect; one who recompenses

Sopater,      Sosipater, who defends the father

Sophereth,    scribe, numbering

Sorek,        vine; hissing; a color inclining to yellow

Sosthenes,     savior; strong; powerful

Sotai,         conclusion in pleading; binding

Spain,        rare; precious

Stachys,       spike or ear of corn

Stephanas,    crown; crowned

Stephen,      same as Stephanas

Suah,         speaking; entreating; ditch

Succoth,      tents; tabernacles

Succoth-benoth,   
 the tents of daughters, or young women; or prostitutes

Sud,          my secret

Sur,          that withdraws or departs; rebellion

Susanna,      lily; rose; joy

Susi,          horse; swallow; moth

Sychar,       end

Syene,        a bush; enmity

Syntyche,     that speaks or discourses

Syracuse,     that draws violently

 

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T, t.

 

Taanach,      who humbles thee; who answers thee

Taanach-shilo, breaking down a fig-tree

Tabbath,      good; goodness

Tabeal,       Tabeel, good God

Taberah,      burning

Tabitha,       clear-sighted; a roe-deer

Tabor,        choice; purity; bruising

Tabrimon,     good pomegranate; the navel; the middle

Tadmor,      the palm-tree; bitterness

Tahan,        beseeching; merciful

Tahapenes,    secret temptation

Tahath,       fear; going down

Tahpenes,     standard; flight; temptation

Tahrea,       anger; wicked contention

Talitha-cumi,  young woman, arise

Talmai,       my furrow; that suspends the waters; heap of waters

Tamah,       blotting or wiping out; smiting

Tamar,       palm; palm-tree

Tammuz,      abstruse; concealed; consumed

Tanach,       same as Taanach

Tanhumeth,   consolation; repentance

Taphath,      distillation; drop

Tappuah,      apple; swelling

Tarah,        a hair; a wretch; one banished

Taralah,      searching out slander, or strength

Tarea,        howling; doing evil

Tarpelites,     ravishers; succession of miracles

Tarshish,      contemplation; examination

Tarsus,        winged; feathered

Tartak,       chained; bound; shut up

Tartan,       a general (official title)

Tatnai,        that gives; the overseer of the gifts and tributes

Tebah,        murder; butchery; guarding of the body; a cook

Tebaliah,      baptism, or goodness, of the Lord

Tebeth,       good, goodness (the tenth month of the Hebrews)

Tehinnah,     entreaty; a favor

Tekel,         weight

Tekoa,        trumpet; that is confirmed

Telabib,       a heap of new grain

Telah,        moistening; greenness

Telassar,      taking away; heaping up

Telem,        their dew; their shadow

Telharsa,      suspension of the plow

Tel-melah,     heap of salt

Tema,        admiration; perfection; consummation

Teman,       Temani, the south; Africa; perfect

Terah,        to breathe; scent; blow

Teraphim,     images; idols

Tertius,       third

Tertullus,      third

Tetrarch,      governor of a fourth part

Thaddeus,     that praises or confesses

Thahash,      that makes haste; that keeps silence

Thamah,      that blots out; that suppresses

Tharah,       same as Terah

Thebez,       muddy; eggs; fine linen or silk

Thelasar,      same as Telassar

Theophilus,    friend of God

Thessalonica,  victory against the Thessalians

Theudas,      flowing with water

Thomas,      a twin

Thummim,    perfection; truth

Thyatira,      a perfume; sacrifice of labor

Tibbath,       killing; a cook

Tiberias,      good vision; the navel

Tiberius,      the son of Tiber

Tibni,         straw; hay

Tidal,         that breaks the yoke; knowledge of elevation

Tiglath-pileser,
 that binds or takes away captivity

Tikvah,       hope; a little line; congregation

Tilon,         murmuring

Timeus,       perfect; admirable; honorable

Timnah,       forbidding

Timnath,      image; figure; enumeration

Timnath-heres, or Timnath-serah, image of the sun; numbering of the rest

Timon,        honorable; worthy

Timotheus,    honor of God; valued of God

Tiphsah,      passage; leap; step; the passover

Tirhakah,     inquirer; examiner; dull observer

Tiria,         searching out

Tirshatha,     a governor

Tirzah,        benevolent; complaisant; pleasing

Tishbite,      that makes captive

Titus,         pleasing

Toah,         weapon; dart

Tob,          good; goodness

Tob-adonijah,  my good God; the goodness of the foundation of the Lord

Tobiah,       Tobijah, the Lord is good

Tochen,       middle

Togarmah,    which is all bone

Tohu,         that lives; that declares

Toi,           who wanders

Tola,         worm; grub; scarlet

Tolad,        a generation

Tophel,       ruin; folly; without understanding

Tophet,       a drum; betraying

Trachonitis,   stony

Troas,        penetrated

Trophimus,    well educated; well brought up

Tryphena,     delicious; delicate

Tryphon,      masculine of Tryphena

Tryphosa,     thrice shining

Tubal,        the earth; the world; confusion

Tubal-cain,    worldly possession; possessed of confusion

Tychicus,      casual; by chance

Tyrannus,     a prince; one that reigns

Tyre,         Tyrus, strength; rock; sharp

 

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U, u.

 

Ucal,         power, prevalency

Uel,          desiring God

Ulai,          strength; fool; senseless

Ulam,         the porch; the court; their strength; their folly

Ulla,          elevation; leaf; young child

Ummah,      darkened; covered; his people

Unni,         poor; afflicted; that answers

Uphaz,        pure gold; gold of Phasis or Pison

Upharsin,     divided

Ur,           fire, light, a valley

Urbane,       courteous

Uri,           my light, my fire

Uriah,        or Urijah, the Lord is my light or fire

Uriel,         same as Uriah

Urim,         lights; fires

Uthai,         my iniquity

Uz,           counsel; words

Uzai,         he

Uzal,         wandering

Uzzah,        strength; goat

Uzzen-sherah, ear of the flesh

Uzzi,          my strength; my kid

Uzziah,       Uzziel, the strength, or kid, of the Lord

 

 

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V, v.

 

Vajezatha,    sprinkling the chamber

Vaniah,       nourishment, or weapons, of the Lord

Vashni,       the second; changed; a tooth

Vashti,        that drinks; thread

Vophsi,       fragrant; diminution

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Z, z.

 

Zaanannim,   movings; a person asleep

Zaavan,       trembling

Zabad,        dowry; endowed

Zabbai,       flowing

Zabdi,        same as Zabad

Zaccai,       pure meat; just

Zaccheus,     pure; clean; just

Zaccur,       of the male kind; mindful

Zachariah,    memory of the Lord

Zadok,        just; justified

Zaham,       crime; filthiness; impurity

Zair,          little; afflicted; in tribulation

Zalaph,       shadow; ringing; shaking

Zalmon,       his shade; his image

Zalmonah,    the shade; the sound of the number; his image

Zalmunna,    shadow; image; idol forbidden

Zamzummims, projects of crimes; enormous crimes

Zanoah,       forgetfulness; desertion

Zaphnath-paaneah,
 one who discovers hidden things

Zarah,        east; brightness

Zareah,       leprosy; hornet

Zared,        strange descent

Zarephath,    ambush of the mouth

Zaretan,      tribulation; perplexity

Zatthu,       olive tree

Zaza,         belonging to all

Zebadiah,     portion of the Lord; the Lord is my portion

Zebah,        victim; sacrifice

Zebedee,      abundant; portion

Zebina,       flowing now; selling; buying

Zeboiim,      deer; goats

Zebudah,      endowed; endowing

Zebul,        a habitation

Zebulun,      Zebulon, dwelling; habitation

Zechariah,    same as Zachariah

Zedad,        his side; his hunting

Zedekiah,     the Lord is my justice; the justice of the Lord

Zeeb,         wolf

Zelah,        rib; side; halting

Zelek,         the shadow or noise of him that licks or laps

Zelophehad,   the shade or tingling of fear

Zelotes,       zealous

Zelzah,        noontide

Zemaraim,    wool; pith

Zemira,       song; vine; palm

Zenan,        coldness; target; weapon

Zenas,        living

Zephaniah,    the Lord is my secret

Zephath,      which beholds; that attends or that covers

Zepho,        Zephon, that sees and observes; that expects or covers

Zer,          perplexity

Zerah,        same as Zarah

Zerahiah,     the Lord rising; brightness of the Lord

Zeredah,      ambush; change of dominion

Zeresh,       misery; strange; dispersed inheritance

Zereth,        same as Zer

Zeror,        root; that straitens or binds; that keeps tight

Zeruah,       leprous; wasp; hornet

Zerubbabel,   a stranger at Babylon; dispersion of confusion

Zeruiah,       pain or tribulation of the Lord

Zethar,       he that examines or beholds

Zia,           sweat; swelling

Ziba,         army; fight; strength

Zibeon,       iniquity that dwells

Zibiah,        the Lord dwells; deer; goat

Zichri,        that remembers; that is a man

Ziddim,       huntings; treasons; destructions

Zidkijah,      justice of the Lord

Zidon,        hunting; fishing; venison

Zif,           this or that; brightness; comeliness

Ziha,         brightness; whiteness; drought

Ziklag,        measure pressed down

Zillah,        shadow; the tingling of the ear

Zilpah,        distillation from the mouth

Zilthai,        my shadow; my talk

Zimmah,      thought; wickedness

Zimran,       song; singer; vine

Zimzi,         my field; my vine

Zin,           buckler; coldness

Zina,         shining; going back

Zion,         monument; raised up; sepulcher

Zior,          ship of him that watches

Ziph,         this mouth or mouthful; falsehood

Ziphron,      falsehood of a song; rejoicing

Zippor,        bird; sparrow; crown; desert

Zipporah,     beauty; trumpet; mourning

Zithri,         to hide; demolished

Ziz,           flower; branch; a lock of hair

Ziza,          same as Zina

Zoan,         motion

Zoar,         little; small

Zobah,        Zobebah, an army; warring

Zohar,        white; bright; dryness

Zoheleth,      that creeps, slides, or draws

Zoheth,       separation; amazing

Zophah,       viol; honeycomb

Zophar,       rising early; crown

Zophim,       place for a watchman

Zorah,        leprosy; scab; hornet

Zorobabel,    same as Zerubbabel

Zuar,         same as Zoar

Zuph,         that beholds, observes, watches; roof; covering

Zur,          stone; rock; that besieges

Zuriel,        rock or strength of God

Zurishaddai,   the Almighty is my rock and strength

Zuzims,       the posts of a door; splendor; beauty

 

 

 

 

 

 

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