the Fifth Week of Lent
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2297 - חַד
1) one (number), same, single, first, each, once
1165) dh (ההד HhD) AC: Unite CO: Unit AB: Unity: The pictograph h is a picture of a wall. The d is a picture of a door. Combined these mean "wall door". A wall separates the inside from the outside. Only through the door can one enter or exit uniting the inside with the outside.
A) dh (ההד HhD) AC: ? CO: Unite AB: ?: Two or more coming together as a unity. The sharp edge of a blade is the coming together of the two to one point.
Nm) dh (ההד HhD) - I. Unit:A singular of a larger group. II. Sharp:The two edges of a sword that meet to form one point. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (19): one, first, together, sharp - Strongs: H2297 (חַד), H2298 (חַד), H2299 (חַד)
B) ddh (ההדד HhDD) AC: Sharp CO: ? AB: ?: The two edges of a sword that meet to form one point.
V) ddh (ההדד HhDD) - Sharp: KJV (6): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal) sharpen, fierce - Strongs: H2300 (חָדַד)
dm) dfdh (ההדוד HhDWD) - Sharp: KJV (1): sharp - Strongs: H2303 (חַדּוּד)
C) dha (אההד AHhD) AC: Unite CO: ? AB: Unity: A uniting together. All things are a unity with something else (one man is a unity of body, breath and mind, one family is a unity of father, mother and children, one tree is a unity of trunk, branches and leaves, one forest is a unity of trees) .
V) dha (אההד AHhD) - Unite: KJV (1): (vf: Hitpael) go one way or other - Strongs: H258 (אָחַד)
Nm) dha (אההד AHhD) - Unity: A group united are one of a group. KJV (951): one, first, another, other, any, once, every, certain, an, some - Strongs: H259 (אֶחָד)
H) edh (ההדה HhDH) AC: Join CO: ? AB: ?: A uniting together in joy.
V) edh (ההדה HhDH) - Join: KJV (3): (vf: Paal, Piel) rejoice, join, glad - Strongs: H2302 (חָדָה)
J) dfh (ההוד HhWD) AC: ? CO: Riddle AB: ?: The riddle begins by dividing the hearer from the listener by creating the riddle. The riddle ends with the answer uniting the two.
V) dfh (ההוד HhWD) - Propose: To give a riddle. KJV (4): (vf: Paal) put forth - Strongs: H2330 (חוּד)
L) dhi (יההד YHhD) AC: Unite CO: ? AB: Unity: A uniting together. All things are a unity with something else (one man is a unity of body, breath and mind, one family is a unity of father, mother and children, one tree is a unity of trunk, branches and leaves, one forest is a unity of trees) .
V) dhi (יההד YHhD) - Unite: KJV (3): (vf: Paal, Piel) unite, join - Strongs: H3161 (יָחַד)
Nm) dhi (יההד YHhD) - Together: KJV (142): together, alike, likewise, withal - Strongs: H3162 (יַחַד)
bm) dihi (יההיד YHhYD) - Unity: A child as the product of a union. The soul as a unity of body, soul and breath. KJV (12): only, darling, desolate, solitary - Strongs: H3173 (יָחִיד)
M) dih (ההיד HhYD) AC: ? CO: Riddle AB: ?: The riddle begins by dividing the hearer from the listener by creating the riddle. The riddle ends with the answer uniting the two.
Nf1) edih (ההידה HhYDH) - Riddle: KJV (17): riddle, dark saying, hard question, dark sentence, proverb, dark speech - Strongs: H2420 (חִידָה)
nf1) ediha (אההידה AHhYDH) - Riddle: [Aramaic only] KJV (1): hard sentence - Strongs: H280 (אֲחִידָה)
- A2149 Qdh (Thorn)
- A2150 Rdh (Surround, Chamber)
- A2151 Sdh (Renew, New moon, New)
- A2255 Dhk (Hide)
- A2700 Sdq (Set apart, Special)
- A2822 Dhs (Bribe)
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אחה (stem assumed for אָח; which however perhaps biliteral & primary, so Thes Rob Ges and others; Dl HA 59 properly surround, protect; Dl W compare a—u, side., Zehnpf BAS 1. 510 proposes belong together, compare Schult. Thes. De Goeje in RS Sem 256 N suggests connection with µayy, family, clan).
I. חַד Ezekiel 33:30 see אֶחָד.
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חַד m. חֲדָא, חֲדָה f. Ch. one, for the Heb. אֶחָד, the א being cast away by aphæresis. It is used
(a) often for the indefinite article, Daniel 2:31, צְלֵם חַד “an image,” ein Bild; comp. Daniel 6:18; Ezra 4:8.
(b) fem. חֲדָח is used for the ordinal number, especially in the enumeration of years; שְׁנַת חֲדָה לְכֹרֶשׁ Germ. das Iahr Eins des Ehrus, Ezra 5:13, 6:3 Daniel 7:1.
(c) חַד prefixed to numerals, serves as a circumlocution for expressing a multifold or proportional sense. Daniel 3:19, חַד־שִׁבְעָה עַל דִּי “seven-fold more than” (in the same manner as the Syr. ܚܰܕ).
(d) כַּחֲדָה like as one, at once, i.e. together (Heb. כְּאֶחָד), Daniel 2:35.
I. חַד fem. חַדָּה (from the root חָדַד), sharp (used of a sword), Ezekiel 5:1; Psalms 57:5; Proverbs 5:4.
II. חַד i.q. Ch. חַד, Heb. אֶחָד one, Ezekiel 33:30.
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