H1280 בּריח - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

be rı̂yach
From H1272; a bolt

KJV Usage: bar, fugitive.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions



1. bar
a. of wood
b. of city gates
2. of tribulation, a fortress, of the earth as a prison (fig.)
Origin: from H1272
TWOT: 284b
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

1) bar
1a) of wood
1b) of city gates
2) of tribulation, a fortress, of the earth as a prison (fig.)

View how H1280 בּריח is used in the Bible

First 30 of 41 occurrences of H1280 בּריח

Exodus 26:26 bars
Exodus 26:27 bars
Exodus 26:27 bars
Exodus 26:28 bar
Exodus 26:29 for the bars:
Exodus 26:29 the bars
Exodus 35:11 its bars,
Exodus 36:31 bars
Exodus 36:32 bars
Exodus 36:32 bars
Exodus 36:33 bar
Exodus 36:34 for the bars,
Exodus 36:34 the bars
Exodus 39:33 its bars,
Exodus 40:18 in its bars,
Numbers 3:36 and its bars,
Numbers 4:31 and its bars,
Deuteronomy 3:5 and bars;
Judges 16:3 with them, bar
1 Samuel 23:7 and bars.
1 Kings 4:13 bars:
2 Chronicles 8:5 and bars;
2 Chronicles 14:7 and bars,
Nehemiah 3:3 and its bars.
Nehemiah 3:6 and its bars.
Nehemiah 3:13 and its bars,
Nehemiah 3:14 and its bars.
Nehemiah 3:15 and its bars,
Job 38:10 bars
Psalms 107:16 the bars

Distinct usage

7 bars
5 the bars
4 and its bars,
3 and its bars.
2 bar
2 its bars,
2 and bars;
1 for the bars:
1 for the bars,
1 in its bars,
1 and bars.
1 bars:
1 are like the bars
1 nor bars,
1 her bars
1 and having neither bars
1 also the bar
1 thy bars.
1 with her bars
1 his fugitives
1 her bars:
1 with them, bar
1 and bars,

Corresponding Greek Words

beriach G2311 themelioo

Related words


H1272 בּרח bârach

A primitive root; to bolt, that is, figuratively to flee suddenly

KJV Usage: chase (away); drive away, fain, flee (away), put to flight, make haste, reach, run away, shoot.

H1281 בּרח בּריח bârı̂yach bâriach
בּרח בּריח
bârı̂yach bâriach
baw-ree'-akh, baw-ree'-akh
From H1272; a fugitive, that is, the serpent (as fleeing), and the constellation by that name

KJV Usage: crooked, noble, piercing.

H4015 מברח mibrâch
From H1272; a refugee

KJV Usage: fugitive.