H1090 בּלהה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


בּלהה
bilhâh
bil-haw'
From H1089; timid; Bilhah, the name of one of Jacob’s concubines; also of a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Bilhah.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1134

בּלהה
Bilhah = "troubled" n pr f
1. Rachel's handmaid whom she gave to Jacob as a concubine, mother to two of Jacob's children, Dan and Naphtali n pr loc
2. a city in Simeon
Origin: from H1089
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech:

View how H1090 בּלהה is used in the Bible

11 occurrences of H1090 בּלהה

Genesis 29:29 Bilhah
Genesis 30:3 Bilhah,
Genesis 30:4 him Bilhah
Genesis 30:5 And Bilhah
Genesis 30:7 And Bilhah
Genesis 35:22 with Bilhah
Genesis 35:25 of Bilhah,
Genesis 37:2 of Bilhah,
Genesis 46:25 of Bilhah,
1 Chronicles 4:29 And at Bilhah,
1 Chronicles 7:13 of Bilhah.

Distinct usage

3 of Bilhah,
2 And Bilhah
1 Bilhah
1 Bilhah,
1 him Bilhah
1 with Bilhah
1 And at Bilhah,
1 of Bilhah.


Related words

H1090 בּלהה

H1089 בּלהּ bâlah

בּלהּ
bâlah
baw-lah
A primitive root (rather by transposition for H926); to palpitate; hence (causatively) to terrify

KJV Usage: trouble.


H1091 בּלּהה ballâhâh
בּלּהה
ballâhâh
bal-law-haw'
From H1089; alarm; hence destruction

KJV Usage: terror, trouble.


H1092 בּלהן bilhân
בּלהן
bilhân
bil-hawn'
From H1089; timid; Bilhan, the name of an Edomite and of an Israelite

KJV Usage: Bilhan.