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Strong's #3046 - יְדַע

corresponding to (H3045)
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1) to know

1a) (Peal) to know

1b) (Aphel) to let someone know, communicate, inform, cause to know

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1843 ‑ ἐξομολογέω (ex‑om‑ol‑og‑eh'‑o);  5263 ‑ ὑποδείκνυμι (hoop‑od‑ike'‑noo‑mee);  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (46)
Ezra 10
Daniel 36
NAS (63)
Ezra 10
Daniel 53
HCS (47)
Ezra 11
Daniel 36
BSB (47)
Ezra 11
Daniel 36
ESV (46)
Ezra 10
Daniel 36
WEB (46)
Ezra 10
Daniel 36
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1085) od (דאה DAh) AC: See CO: ? AB: Knowledge: The pictograph d is a picture of a door. The o is a picture of the eye. Through the eyes one experiences his world and learns from it. Combined these pictures mean "the door of the eye". The eye is the window into the mans very being. Experience is gained through visual observation. Knowledge is achieved through these experiences.

A) od (דאה DAh) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Knowledge: To have an intimate relationship with another person, an idea or an experience.

Nm) od (דאה DAh) - Knowledge: KJV (5): opinion, knowledge - Strongs: H1843 (דֵּעַ)

Nf1) eod (דאהה DAhH) - Knowledge: KJV (6): knowledge - Strongs: H1844 (דֵּעָה)

Nf2) tod (דאהת DAhT) - Knowledge: KJV (93): knowledge, know - Strongs: H1847 (דַּעַת)

am) odm (מדאה MDAh) - Knowledge: KJV (6): knowledge, thought, science - Strongs: H4093 (מַדַּע)

J) ofd (דואה DWAh) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Why: A desire to know something.

am) ofdm (מדואה MDWAh) - Why: KJV (6): wherefore, why, how - Strongs: H4069 (מַדֻּעַ)

L) odi (ידאה YDAh) AC: See CO: ? AB: Knowledge: To have an intimate relationship with another person, an idea or an experience.

V) odi (ידאה YDAh) - Know: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (994): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Hophal, Pual, Piel, Participle) know, known, knowledge, perceive, shew, tell, wist, understand, certainly, acknowledge, acquaintance, consider, declare, teach - Strongs: H3045 (יָדַע), H3046 (יְדַע)

km) odfm (מודאה MWDAh) - Kinsman: A relative who is known. KJV (2): kinsman, kinswoman - Strongs: H4129 (מוֹדַע)

kf2) todfm (מודאהת MWDAhT) - Kindred: The community of relatives. KJV (1): kindred - Strongs: H4130 (מֹדַעַת)

mfm) inodi (ידאהני YDAhNY) - Wizard: One with special knowledge. KJV (11): wizard - Strongs: H3049 (יִדְּעֹנִי)

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

יְדַע Ch. fut. יִנְדַּע Daniel 2:9, 30 4:14, i.q. Heb.; specially

(1) to perceive, to understand, Daniel 2:8, 5:23.

(2) to get to know, to learn, Daniel 4:6, 6:11.

(3) to know, to have knowledge of, Daniel 5:22. Part. pass. יְדִיעַ לֶהֶוֵא לְמַלְכָּא be it known to the king. Ezra 4:12, 13 Ezra 4:13.

Aphel הוֹדַע fut. יְהוֹדַע part. מְהוֹדַע to make known, to shew, followed by dat. of pers. Daniel 2:15, 17, 28 with suff. Daniel 2:23, 29 4:15 5:15, 16, 17 7:16.

Derivative מַנְדַּע.

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List of Word Forms
אֲהוֹדְעִנֵּֽהּ׃ אהודענה׃ דַּ֤ע דע הֽוֹדַעְתַּ֙נִי֙ הוֹדְעָ֖ךְ הוֹדַ֣ע הוֹדַ֥ע הוֹדַֽע׃ הוֹדַעְתֶּֽנָא׃ הודע הודע׃ הודעך הודעתנא׃ הודעתני וְֽאִנְדַּ֕ע וְהוֹדַ֗ע וְהוֹדַ֥עְנָא וְתִנְדַּע֒ ואנדע והודע והודענא ותנדע יְדִ֙יעַ֙ יְדִ֣יעַ ׀ יְדִ֥יעַ יְדַ֗ע יְדַ֜ע יְדַֽעְתָּ׃ יְהֽוֹדְעֻנַּֽנִי׃ יְהוֹדְע֔וּן יְהוֹדְעִנַּֽנִי׃ יְהוֹדַֽע׃ יִדְעֵ֗ת יִנְדְּע֣וּן יָדְעִ֖ין יָדְעֵ֖י יָדַ֖ע יָדַ֣ע יָדַע֙ ידיע ידע ידעי ידעין ידעת ידעת׃ יהודע׃ יהודעון יהודענני׃ ינדעון לְהוֹדָ֣עֻתַ֔נִי לְהוֹדָעָ֥ה לְהוֹדָעֻתַ֑נִי לְהוֹדָעֻתַ֛נִי לְהוֹדָעוּתָ֑ךְ לְיָדְעֵ֥י להודעה להודעותך להודעתני לידעי מְהוֹדְעִ֗ין מְהוֹדְעִ֤ין מְהוֹדְעִ֥ין מהודעין תְּהוֹדְעֽוּן׃ תְהֽוֹדְעֻנַּ֜נִי תְהֽוֹדְעוּנַּ֙נִי֙ תִּנְדַּֽע׃ תִנְדַּ֔ע תִנְדַּ֗ע תהודעון׃ תהודעונני תהודענני תנדע תנדע׃ ’ă·hō·wḏ·‘in·nêh ’ăhōwḏ‘innêh ahodinNeh da da‘ hō·w·ḏa‘ hō·w·ḏa‘·ta·nî hō·w·ḏa‘·te·nā hō·wḏ·‘āḵ hoDa hodAch hodaTani hodaTena hōwḏ‘āḵ hōwḏa‘ hōwḏa‘tanî hōwḏa‘tenā lə·hō·w·ḏā·‘āh lə·hō·w·ḏā·‘u·ṯa·nî lə·hō·w·ḏā·‘ū·ṯāḵ lə·yā·ḏə·‘ê lehodaAh lehodauTach lehodauTani ləhōwḏā‘āh ləhōwḏā‘ūṯāḵ ləhōwḏā‘uṯanî ləyāḏə‘ê leyadeEi mə·hō·wḏ·‘în mehodIn məhōwḏ‘în tə·hō·wḏ·‘ūn ṯə·hō·wḏ·‘un·na·nî ṯə·hō·wḏ·‘ūn·na·nî tehodUn tehodunNani təhōwḏ‘ūn ṯəhōwḏ‘unnanî ṯəhōwḏ‘ūnnanî tin·da‘ ṯin·da‘ tinDa tinda‘ ṯinda‘ vehoDa vehoDana veinDa vetinDa wə’inda‘ wə·’in·da‘ wə·hō·w·ḏa‘ wə·hō·w·ḏa‘·nā wə·ṯin·da‘ wəhōwḏa‘ wəhōwḏa‘nā wəṯinda‘ yā·ḏa‘ yā·ḏə·‘ê yā·ḏə·‘în yaDa yāḏa‘ yāḏə‘ê yāḏə‘în yadeEi yadeIn yə·ḏa‘ yə·ḏa‘·tā yə·ḏî·a‘ yə·hō·w·ḏa‘ yə·hō·wḏ·‘in·na·nî yə·hō·wḏ·‘ūn yə·hō·wḏ·‘un·na·nî yeDa yəḏa‘ yəḏa‘tā yeData yeDia yəḏîa‘ yehoDa yehodinNani yehodUn yeHodunNani yəhōwḏ‘innanî yəhōwḏ‘ūn yəhōwḏ‘unnanî yəhōwḏa‘ yiḏ‘êṯ yiḏ·‘êṯ yidEt yin·də·‘ūn yində‘ūn yindeUn