H1565 גּלמוּד - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


גּלמוּד
galmûd
gal-mood'
Probably by prolongation from H1563; sterile (as wrapped up too hard); figuratively desolate

KJV Usage: desolate, solitary.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1668

גּלמוּד

1. hard, barren, harsh, bleak
a. harsh, bleak (of a company of wicked men)
b. barren (of women)
Origin: probably by prolonged from H1563
TWOT: 354c
Parts of Speech: Adjective

TBESH:
גַּלְמוּד
gal.mud
H:A
solitary
1) hard, barren, harsh, bleak
1a) harsh, bleak (of a company of wicked men)
1b) barren (of women)

View how H1565 גּלמוּד is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of H1565 גּלמוּד

Job 3:7 be solitary,
Job 15:34 shall be desolate,
Job 30:3 they were solitary;
Isaiah 49:21 and am desolate,

Distinct usage

1 be solitary,
1 they were solitary;
1 and am desolate,
1 shall be desolate,

Corresponding Greek Words

galmud G2288 thanatos *
galmudah G5503 chera


Related words

H1565 גּלמוּד

H1563 גּלם gâlam

גּלם
gâlam
gaw-lam'
A primitive root; to fold

KJV Usage: wrap together.


H1545 גּלום ge lôm
גּלום
ge lôm
ghel-ome'
From H1563; clothing (as wrapped)

KJV Usage: clothes.


H1564 גּלם gôlem
גּלם
gôlem
go'-lem
From H1563; a wrapped (and unformed mass, that is, as the embryo)

KJV Usage: substance yet being unperfect.