Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #0120 - אָדָם
1) man, mankind
1a) man, human being
1b) man, mankind (much more frequently intended sense in OT)
1c) Adam, first man
1d) city in Jordan valley
1082) md (דמ DM) AC: ? CO: Blood AB: Likeness: The pictograph d is a door representing the idea of moving back and forth. The m is a picture of water and can represent any liquid especially blood. Combined these pictures mean "the moving back and forth of water" or the "flowing of blood". Similarly, the grape plant takes water from the ground and moves it to the fruit where the water becomes the blood of the grape. (eng: dumb)
A) md (דמ DM) AC: ? CO: Blood AB: ?: The blood of man is also water, which moves through the body. When the blood is shed, the man or animal becomes silent. A son from the blood of his father resembles his father.
Nm) md (דמ DM) - Blood: KJV (361): blood, bloody, bloodguilt - Strongs: H1818 (דָּם)
B) mmd (דממ DMM) AC: Silent CO: ? AB: ?: When the blood is shed, the man or animal becomes silent and still.
Nm) mmd (דממ DMM) - Silent: KJV (30): silence, still, silent, cut off, cut down, rest, cease, forbear, peace, quieted, tarry, wait - Strongs: H1826 (דָּמַם)
Nf1) emmd (דממה DMMH) - Silent: KJV (3): still, silence, calm - Strongs: H1827 (דְּמָמָה)
om) mmfd (דוממ DWMM) - Silent: KJV (3): silent, quietly wait, dumb - Strongs: H1748 (דּוּמָם)
C) mda (אדמ ADM) AC: ? CO: Red AB: ?: The color red, the color of blood, man and the earth.
V) mda (אדמ ADM) - Red: To be red as a color or through the shedding of blood. KJV (10): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Pual) dyed red, red, ruddy, man, Adam, person - Strongs: H119 (אָדֵם)
Nm) mda (אדמ ADM) - Man: From the reddish skin. KJV (552): dyed red, red, ruddy, man, Adam, person - Strongs: H120 (אָדָם)
Nf1) emda (אדמה ADMH) - Ground: From its red color. KJV (225): land, earth, ground, country, husbandman - Strongs: H127 (אֲדָמָה)
cm) mfda (אדומ ADWM) - Red: KJV (9): red, ruddy - Strongs: H122 (אָדֹם)
gf) mdfa (אודמ AWDM) - Ruby: A red precious stone. KJV (3): sardius - Strongs: H124 (אֹדֶם)
lm) mdmda (אדמדמ ADMDM) - Reddish: KJV (6): reddish - Strongs: H125 (אֲדַמְדָּם)
jfm) infmda (אדמוני ADMWNY) - Red: KJV (3): red, ruddy - Strongs: H132 (אַדְמוֹנִי)
F) mde (הדמ HDM) AC: ? CO: Pieces AB: ?: [Unknown connection to root;]
Nm) mde (הדמ HDM) - Pieces: Something cut into pieces. [Aramaic only] KJV (2): pieces - Strongs: H1917 (הַדָּם)
cm) mfde (הדומ HDWM) - Stool: [Unknown connection to root;] KJV (6): stool - Strongs: H1916 (הֲדֹם)
G) med (דהמ DHM) AC: Dumb CO: ? AB: ?: When excited or scared ones blood pressure increases and is unable to speak.
V) med (דהמ DHM) - Dumb: To be speechless. KJV (1): (vf: Niphal, Participle) astonied - Strongs: H1724 (דָּהַם)
H) emd (דמה DMH) AC: ? CO: Likeness AB: Compare: A son from the blood of his father resembles his father.
V) emd (דמה DMH) - I. Compare:To perceive something like something else. [Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Silence:To become silent as one dead. KJV (47): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael, Piel) like, liken, thought, compared, devised, mean, similitude - Strongs: H1819 (דָּמָה), H1820 (דָּמָה), H1821 (דְּמָה)
Nf3) tfmd (דמות DMWT) - Likeness: Likeness A son from the blood of his father resembles his father. KJV (25): likeness, similitude, like, manner, fashion - Strongs: H1823 (דְּמוּת)
fm) imd (דמי DMY) - Silent: When the blood is shed, the man or animal becomes silent. KJV (4): silence, cut off, rest - Strongs: H1824 (דְּמִי)
fjm) nfimd (דמיונ DMYWN) - Likeness: A son from the blood of his father resembles his father. KJV (1): like - Strongs: H1825 (דִּמְיֹן)
J) mfd (דומ DWM) AC: Silent CO: ? AB: ?: When the blood is shed, the man or animal becomes silent.
Nf1) emfd (דומה DWMH) - Silent: KJV (3): silence, destroyed - Strongs: H1745 (דּוּמָה), H1822 (דֻּמָה)
N) imd (דמי DMY) AC: Silent CO: ? AB: ?: When the blood is shed, the man or animal becomes silent.
gf1) eimfd (דומיה DWMYH) - Silence: KJV (4): wait, silent, silence - Strongs: H1747 (דּוּמִיָּה)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 a man (= German Mensch) = human being Genesis 2:5,7 (twice in verse); Genesis 2:8,15,16,18 +, Genesis 16:12 (27t. J) Leviticus 5:4 "" נֶמֶּשׁ Leviticus 13:2,9 (19t. P) Nehemiah 2:10; Isaiah 13:12 ("" אֱנוֺשׁ); הַגָּדוֺל׳הָאָ Joshua 14:15 (E); בְּלִיַּעַל׳אָ Proverbs 6:12 ("" אִישׁ אָוֶן compare 1 Samuel 25:25 & see בליעל); = any one Leviticus 1:2; Numbers 9:6,7; Job 20:29; Job 27:13; Proverbs 15:20; Proverbs 21:16,20; Proverbs 24:30; Ecclesiastes 7:20 + often Wisdom Literature, Jeremiah 2:6; Jeremiah 4:25; Nehemiah 2:12, compare ׳נֶמֶּשׁ א Numbers 19:11,13 +; seldom man opposed to woman Genesis 2:22 (twice in verse); Genesis 2:23,25; Genesis 3:8,12,17,20,21; Ecclesiastes 7:28.
2 collective Prayer of Manasseh , mankind Genesis 1:26; Genesis 9:5,6 (3t. in verse) + (P 28t.) Genesis 6:1,5,6,7 (J E 24t.) Deuteronomy 4:32 (D 6t.) (on 2 Samuel 7:19 compare 1 Chronicles 17:17 see Dr Sm); distinctly = men + women Genesis 1:27; Genesis 5:1; Numbers 5:6; given as name Genesis 5:2; but = warriors Isaiah 22:6 ׳רֶכֶב א "" (מּרשׁיםׅ; "" beasts (41t.) בְּהֵמָה Genesis 6:7; Genesis 7:23 (J ?) Exodus 8:13; Exodus 8:14; Exodus 9:9,10 (P) Exodus 9:19,22,25; Exodus 12:12; Exodus 13:2,13,15 (all J) +; late prophets Jeremiah 21:6; Jeremiah 31:27; Jeremiah 50:3; Jeremiah 51:62; Ezekiel 14:13,17,19,21; Ezekiel 25:13; Ezekiel 29:8,11; Ezekiel 32:13 (strike out Co) Ezekiel 36:11; Jonah 3:8; Zephaniah 1:3; Haggai 1:11; Zechariah 2:8; Zechariah 8:10; "" בָּקָר Ezekiel 4:15; "" צֹאן, חֲמֹרִים׳ב Numbers 31:28; "" id. + מִכָּלהַֿבְּהֵמָה Numbers 31:30 compare Jonah 3:7; "" חַיָּה Genesis 9:5 (P) compare Ezekiel 1:5,8,10,26, & description of כְּרוּבִים Ezekiel 10:8,14,21; compare Ezekiel 41:19; "" trees Deuteronomy 20:19 (read הֶאָדָם see Di); opposed to God 1 Samuel 15:29; 1 Samuel 16:7 (twice in verse); Isaiah 31:3; Ezekiel 28:2,9; 1 Chronicles 21:13; 1 Chronicles 29:1; 2 Chronicles 6:18; Malachi 3:8 compare Exodus 33:20; Deuteronomy 5:21; so ׳בֶּןאֿ Numbers 23:19 ("" אישׁ) Ezekiel 2:1,3,6,8 (87t. Ezekiel , always addressed to prophet); בְּנֵי׳הָא 1 Samuel 26:19; made in God's image Genesis 1:26,27; Genesis 9:6 compare Ecclesiastes 7:29; as feeble, earthly, mortal Numbers 16:29 (twice in verse); Psalm 82:7; Psalm 144:3; Psalm 144:4; Job 5:7; Job 14:1,10; compare Job 25:6 (׳בֶּןאֿ) Ecclesiastes 12:5; as sinful 1 Kings 8:46; 2 Chronicles 6:36; Jeremiah 10:14 compare Numbers 5:6; Job 31:33; Hosea 6:7; of men in General, other men (opposed to particular ones) Judges 16:17 (compare ׳אַחַד הָא Judges 16:7; Judges 16:11) Judges 18:7,28; Psalm 73:5; Jeremiah 32:20 +; "" אִישׁ Isaiah 2:9,11,17; Isaiah 5:15 compare Ezekiel 23:42 (strike out Co Vrss); ׳בְּנֵי א 2 Samuel 7:14 ("" אֲנָשִׁים) Proverbs 8:4 ("" אִישִׁים); Psalm 49:3; Psalm 62:10 (both "" בְּנֵי אִישׁ) = men of low opposed to men of high degree — so often Phoenician and = vassal Sabean DHM ZMG 1875,680 compare 686; ׳נֶפֶשׁ א collective Numbers 31:35,40,46; 1 Chronicles 5:21; Ezekiel 27:13.
3. proper name, masculine Adam, first man (without article, compare שָׂטָן 1 Chronicles 21:1 over ag. ׳הַשּׂ Job 1:6 etc.) Genesis 4:25 (J) Genesis 5:1,3,4,5 (P) 1 Chronicles 1:1. ( Genesis 2:20; 1 Chronicles 3:17,21read ׳לָא see Di.)
4. proper name, of a location city in Jordan valley (as built ?) Joshua 3:16.
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(1) man (perhaps so called from the idea of redness, compare דָּם [“The Arabs distinguish two races of men; one red, ruddy, which we call white, the other black.” Gesen. add. But both these races are sprung from Adam]). It has neither const, state, nor plural form; but it is very often used collect. to denote men, the human race, Genesis 1:26, 27 6:1 Psalms 68:19, 76:11 Job 20:29 כָּל־אָדָם “all men,” Job 21:33. Sometimes it is put as a genitive after adjectives, as אֶבְיוֹנֵי אָדָם “the needy of men,” i.e. needy men, Isaiah 29:19 comp. Hosea 13:2 and with בְּ between, as בֹּגְדִים בְּאָדָם Proverbs 23:28.-Specially used
(a) for other men, the rest of mankind, as opposed to those in question; Jeremiah 32:20, בְּיִשְׂרָאֵל וּבָאָדָם “in Israel and in other men,” Judges 16:7, 18:28 Psalms 73:5; Isaiah 43:4.
(b) of common men, as opposed to those of better condition. So כְּאָדָם nach der (gemeinen) Menfchen Weife, Job 31:33; Hosea 6:7; Psalms 82:7. Opposed to אִישׁ viri (more noble), Isaiah 2:9, 5:15 שָׂרִים Psalms 82:7 comp. Isaiah 29:21, and in pl. בְּנֵי אִישׁ Psalms 49:3; Proverbs 8:4.
(c) used of slaves, like נֶפֶשׁ Numbers 16:32.
(d) of soldiers, Kriegsmannfchaft, Isaiah 22:6 comp. אִישׁ No. 1, letter (h).
(2) a man, vir, i.q. אִישׁ Ecclesiastes 7:28, “a man (i.e. one emphatically, worthy of the name) I have found one of a thousand, but a woman in all their number I have not found.”
(3) any one, Leviticus 1:2 with a negative particle, no one, Job 32:21 comp. אִישׁ No. 4.
(4) [Adam], pr.n.
(a) of the first man made, Genesis 2:7, seq. 3, 4. In these passages at least אָדָם assumes somewhat the nature of a proper name, as denoting the man as the only one of his kind; as הַבַּעַל Baal, lord; κατʼ ἐξ., הַשָּׂטָן Satan (Lehrg. p. 653, 654). Hence LXX. Ἀδάμ, Vulg. Adam.
(b) a town on the Jordan, Joshua 3:16.
(5) בֶּן אָדָם with the art. “son of man;” used poet. for man, Numbers 23:19; Psalms 8:5, 80:18 Job 16:21, 25:6 35:8 and very often in Ezekiel where the prophet is addressed by God, בֶּן אָדָם “son of man,” i.e. mortal, Ezekiel 2:1, Ezekiel 2:3, 3:1, Ezekiel 3:3, Ezekiel 3:4, 10 Ezekiel 3:10, 4:16 8:5, Ezekiel 8:6, Ezekiel 8:8. More frequent also is the pl. בְּנֵי אָדָם men, Deuteronomy 32:8; Psalms 11:4, etc.; with the art. בְּנֵי הָאָדָם 1 Samuel 26:19; 1 Kings 8:39; Psalms 145:12; Ecclesiastes 1:13 comp. Syr. ܒܰܪܢܳܫܳܙ “son of men,” for man. [See בֵּן.]
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