H127 אדמה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


אדמה
'ădâmâh
ad-aw-maw'
From H119; soil (from its general redness)

KJV Usage: country, earth, ground, husband [-man] (-ry), land.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB109

אדמה

1. ground, land
a. ground (as general, tilled, yielding sustenance)
b. piece of ground, a specific plot of land
c. earth substance (for building or constructing)
d. ground as earth's visible surface
e. land, territory, country
f. whole inhabited earth
g. city in Naphtali
Origin: from H119
TWOT: 25b
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
אֲדָמָה
a.da.mah
H:N-F
land
1) ground, land
1a) ground (as general, tilled, yielding sustenance)
1b) piece of ground, a specific plot of land
1c) earth substance (for building or constructing)
1d) ground as earth's visible surface
1e) land, territory, country
1f) whole inhabited earth
1g) city in Naphtali

View how H127 אדמה is used in the Bible

First 30 of 225 occurrences of H127 אדמה

Genesis 1:25 upon the soil
Genesis 2:5 the soil.
Genesis 2:6 of the soil.
Genesis 2:7 the soil,
Genesis 2:9 of the soil
Genesis 2:19 And out of the soil
Genesis 3:17 is the soil
Genesis 3:19 to the soil;
Genesis 3:23 the soil
Genesis 4:2 of the soil.
Genesis 4:3 of the soil
Genesis 4:10 to me from the soil.
Genesis 4:11 from the soil,
Genesis 4:12 the soil,
Genesis 4:14 of the soil;
Genesis 5:29 of the soil
Genesis 6:1 of the soil,
Genesis 6:7 of the soil;
Genesis 6:20 of the soil
Genesis 7:4 of the soil.
Genesis 7:8 upon the soil,
Genesis 7:23 of the soil,
Genesis 8:8 of the soil;
Genesis 8:13 of the soil
Genesis 8:21 the soil
Genesis 9:2 on the soil,
Genesis 9:20 to be a farmer,
Genesis 12:3 of the soil
Genesis 19:25 upon the soil.
Genesis 28:14 of the soil

Distinct usage

14 the soil
14 of the soil.
11 in the soil
11 of the soil
8 the soil.
7 of thy soil,
7 of the soil,
6 upon the soil,
6 of the soil;
5 to the soil
5 and the soil
5 of the soil:
4 soil
4 soil,
4 upon the soil.
3 upon the soil
3 of thy soil
3 against the soil
3 the soil,
3 and soil
2 into the soil
2 that the soil
2 in the soil,
2 from off the soil
2 his soil
2 in their own soil,
2 you into the soil
2 them to their own soil,
2 in their soil,
2 from the soil,
2 on the soil,
1 to be a farmer,
1 I am a farmer;
1 into this soil;
1 both we and our soil?
1 us and our soil
1 and we and our soil
1 all the soil
1 and your soil
1 over the soil
1 their soil,
1 with thee, in the soil
1 thee from off the soil,
1 them out of their soil
1 them into the soil
1 to his soil,
1 out of their own soil
1 out of the soil
1 out of their soil.
1 out of my soil
1 If my soil
1 soil?
1 your soil,
1 them in the soil
1 of their soil,
1 into their soil
1 in their own soil.
1 from your soil;
1 you the soil
1 that ye have in the soil

Corresponding Greek Words

adamah G1093 ge
adamah G5561 chora


Related words

H127 אדמה

H126 אדמה 'admâh
אדמה
'admâh
ad-maw'
Contracted for H127; earthy; Admah, a place near the Dead Sea

KJV Usage: Admah.


H128 אדמה 'ădâmâh
אדמה
'ădâmâh
ad-aw-maw'
The same as H127; Adamah, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Adamah.


H129 אדמי 'ădâmı̂y
אדמי
'ădâmı̂y
ad-aw-mee'
From H127; earthy; Adami, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Adami.


H119 אדם 'âdam

אדם
'âdam
aw-dam'
To show blood (in the face), that is, flush or turn rosy

KJV Usage: be (dyed, made) red (ruddy).


H120 אדם 'âdâm
אדם
'âdâm
aw-dawm'
From H119; ruddy, that is, a human being (an individual or the species, mankind, etc.)

KJV Usage: X another, + hypocrite, + common sort, X low, man (mean, of low degree), person.


H122 אדם 'âdôm
אדם
'âdôm
aw-dome'
From H119; rosy

KJV Usage: red, ruddy.


H124 אדם 'ôdem
אדם
'ôdem
o'-dem
From H119; redness, that is, the ruby, garnet, or some other red gem

KJV Usage: sardius.


H125 אדמדּם 'ădamdâm
אדמדּם
'ădamdâm
ad-am-dawm'
Reduplicated from H119; reddish

KJV Usage: (somewhat) reddish.


H132 אדמוני אדמני 'admônı̂y 'admônı̂y
אדמוני אדמני
'admônı̂y 'admônı̂y
ad-mo-nee', ad-mo-nee'
From H119; reddish (of the hair or the complexion)

KJV Usage: red, ruddy.


H1818 דּם dâm
דּם
dâm
dawm
From H1826 (compare H119); blood (as that which when shed causes death) of man or an animal; by analogy the juice of the grape; figuratively (especially in the plural) bloodshed (that is, drops of blood)

KJV Usage: blood (-y, -guiltiness, [-thirsty]), + innocent.