H1300 בּרק - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


בּרק
bârâq
baw-rawk'
From H1299; lightning; by analogy a gleam; concretely a flashing sword

KJV Usage: bright, glitter (-ing, sword), lightning.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1344

בּרק

1. lightning
a. lightnings, lightning flashes
b. of flashing arrow-head (fig.)
Origin: from H1299
TWOT: 287a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

View how H1300 בּרק is used in the Bible

21 occurrences of H1300 בּרק

Exodus 19:16 and lightnings,
Deuteronomy 32:41 my glittering
2 Samuel 22:15 them; lightning,
Job 20:25 yea, the glittering sword
Job 38:35 lightnings,
Psalms 18:14 lightnings,
Psalms 77:18 the lightnings
Psalms 97:4 His lightnings
Psalms 135:7 lightnings
Psalms 144:6 lightning,
Jeremiah 10:13 lightnings
Jeremiah 51:16 lightnings
Ezekiel 1:13 lightning.
Ezekiel 21:10 that it may glitter:
Ezekiel 21:15 bright,
Ezekiel 21:28 because of the glittering:
Daniel 10:6 of lightning,
Nahum 2:4 like the lightnings.
Nahum 3:3 and the glittering
Habakkuk 3:11 of thy glittering
Zechariah 9:14 as the lightning:

Distinct usage

3 lightnings
2 lightnings,
1 and lightnings,
1 my glittering
1 them; lightning,
1 yea, the glittering sword
1 His lightnings
1 lightning.
1 that it may glitter:
1 bright,
1 because of the glittering:
1 of lightning,
1 like the lightnings.
1 and the glittering
1 of thy glittering
1 as the lightning:
1 lightning,
1 the lightnings

Corresponding Greek Words

baraq G796 astrape
baraq G797 astrapto
baraq G798 astron
baraq G913 barak _
baraq G1823 ex astrapto


Related words

H1300 בּרק

H1139 בּני־בּרק be nêy - be raq
בּני־בּרק
be nêy - be raq
ben-ay'-ber-ak'
From the plural construction of H1121 and H1300; sons of lightning, Beneberak, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Bene-barak.


H1301 בּרק bârâq
בּרק
bârâq
baw-rawk'
The same as H1300; Barak, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Barak.


H1303 בּרקן barqân
בּרקן
barqân
bar-kawn'
From H1300; a thorn (perhaps as burning brightly)

KJV Usage: brier.


H1304 בּרקת בּרקת bâre qath bâre qath
בּרקת בּרקת
bâre qath bâre qath
baw-reh'-keth, baw-rek-ath'
From H1300; a gem (as flashing), perhaps the emerald

KJV Usage: carbuncle.


H1299 בּרק bâraq

בּרק
bâraq
baw-rak'
A primitive root; to lighten (lightning)

KJV Usage: cast forth.