H842 אשׁירה אשׁרה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


אשׁירה אשׁרה
'ăshêrâh 'ăshêyrâh
ash-ay-raw', ash-ay-raw'
From H833; happy; asherah (or Astarte) a Phoenician goddess; also an image of the same

KJV Usage: grove.

Compare H6253.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

אשׁירה אשׁרה
Ashera(h) = "groves (for idol worship)"
1. a Babylonian (Astarte)-Canaanite goddess (of fortune and happiness), the supposed consort of Baal, her images
a. the goddess, goddesses
b. her images
c. sacred trees or poles set up near an altar
Origin: from H833
TWOT: 183h
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Feminine

View how H842 אשׁירה אשׁרה is used in the Bible

First 30 of 40 occurrences of H842 אשׁירה אשׁרה

Exodus 34:13
Deuteronomy 7:5
Deuteronomy 12:3
Deuteronomy 16:21
Judges 3:7
Judges 6:25
Judges 6:26
Judges 6:28
Judges 6:30
1 Kings 14:15
1 Kings 14:23
1 Kings 15:13
1 Kings 16:33
1 Kings 18:19
2 Kings 13:6
2 Kings 17:10
2 Kings 17:16
2 Kings 18:4
2 Kings 21:3
2 Kings 21:7
2 Kings 23:4
2 Kings 23:6
2 Kings 23:7
2 Kings 23:14
2 Kings 23:15
2 Chronicles 14:3
2 Chronicles 15:16
2 Chronicles 17:6
2 Chronicles 19:3
2 Chronicles 24:18

Corresponding Greek Words

asherah G1186 dendron