H1320 בּשׂר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


בּשׂר
bâśâr
baw-sawr'
From H1319; flesh (from its freshness); by extension body, person; also (by euphemism) the pudenda of a man

KJV Usage: body, [fat, lean] flesh [-ed], kin, [man-] kind, + nakedness, self, skin.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1368
BDB7797

בּשׂר

1. flesh
a. of the body
1. of humans
2. of animals
b. the body itself
c. male organ of generation (euphemism)
d. kindred, blood-relations
e. flesh as frail or erring (man against God)
f. all living things
g. animals
h. mankind
Origin: from H1319
TWOT: 291a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
בָּשָׂר
ba.sar
H:N-M
flesh
1) flesh
1a) of the body
1a1) of humans
1a2) of animals
1b) the body itself
1c) male organ of generation (euphemism)
1d) kindred, blood-relations
1e) flesh as frail or erring (man against God)
1f) all living things
1g) animals
1h) mankind

View how H1320 בּשׂר is used in the Bible

First 30 of 269 occurrences of H1320 בּשׂר

Genesis 2:21 the flesh
Genesis 2:23 and flesh
Genesis 2:23 of my flesh:
Genesis 2:24 flesh.
Genesis 6:3 is flesh:
Genesis 6:12 for all flesh
Genesis 6:13 of all flesh
Genesis 6:17 all flesh,
Genesis 6:19 of all flesh,
Genesis 7:15 of all flesh,
Genesis 7:16 of all flesh,
Genesis 7:21 And all flesh
Genesis 8:17 that is with thee, of all flesh,
Genesis 9:4 flesh
Genesis 9:11 with you; neither shall all flesh
Genesis 9:15 of all flesh;
Genesis 9:15 all flesh.
Genesis 9:16 of all flesh
Genesis 9:17 between me and all flesh
Genesis 17:11 the flesh
Genesis 17:13 shall be in your flesh
Genesis 17:14 flesh
Genesis 17:23 the flesh
Genesis 17:24 in the flesh
Genesis 17:25 in the flesh
Genesis 29:14 and my flesh.
Genesis 37:27 our flesh.
Genesis 40:19 thy flesh
Genesis 41:2 and fatfleshed;
Genesis 41:3 and leanfleshed;

Distinct usage

26 the flesh
20 flesh
12 his flesh
10 flesh,
7 And the flesh
5 of all flesh,
5 My flesh
4 And all flesh
4 of the flesh
4 of his flesh
3 and flesh
3 of all flesh
3 thy flesh
3 upon his flesh,
3 Of their flesh
3 of his flesh,
3 flesh;
2 flesh.
2 in the flesh
2 and his flesh
2 of their flesh,
2 of the flesh:
2 of all flesh;
2 of kin
2 Who shall give us flesh
2 and thy flesh.
2 their flesh
2 of flesh;
2 All flesh
2 and my flesh
2 of flesh:
2 in flesh,
1 of my flesh:
1 is flesh:
1 for all flesh
1 that is with thee, of all flesh,
1 between me and all flesh
1 shall be in your flesh
1 and my flesh.
1 our flesh.
1 and fatfleshed;
1 and leanfleshed;
1 and leanfleshed
1 fatfleshed
1 and leanfleshed,
1 as his other flesh.
1 any of the flesh
1 any flesh
1 But the flesh
1 And if any of the flesh
1 and all his flesh,
1 and as for the flesh,
1 his flesh,
1 all his flesh,
1 Or if there is any flesh,
1 of the flesh;
1 out of his flesh,
1 whether his flesh
1 or his flesh
1 all his flesh

Corresponding Greek Words

basar G444 anthropos
basar G1391 doxa
basar G2907 kreas
basar G4560 sarkinos
basar G4561 sarx
basar G4690 sperma
basar G4983 soma
basar G5559 chros


Related words

H1320 בּשׂר

H1321 בּשׂר be śar
בּשׂר
be śar
bes-ar'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H1320

KJV Usage: flesh.


H1319 בּשׂר bâśar

בּשׂר
bâśar
baw-sar'
A primitive root; properly to be fresh, that is, full (rosy, figuratively cheerful); to announce (glad news)

KJV Usage: messenger, preach, publish, shew forth, (bear, bring, carry, preach, good, tell good) tidings.


H1308 בּשׂור be śôr
בּשׂור
be śôr
bes-ore'
From H1319; cheerful; Besor, a stream of Palestine

KJV Usage: Besor.


H1309 בּשׂרה בּשׂורה be śôrâh be śôrâh
בּשׂרה בּשׂורה
be śôrâh be śôrâh
bes-o-raw', bes-o-raw'
Feminine from H1319; glad tidings; by implication reward for good news

KJV Usage: reward for tidings.