H1633 גּרם - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


גּרם
gâram
gaw-ram'
A primitive root; to be spare or skeleton like; used only as a denominative from H1634; (causatively) to bone, that is, denude (by extension craunch) the bones

KJV Usage: gnaw the bones, break.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1746
BDB1748

גּרם

1. to cut off, reserve, lay aside, leave, save
a. (Qal) to reserve
2. (Piel) to break bones, gnaw bones, break
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 382b
Parts of Speech: Verb

View how H1633 גּרם is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of H1633 גּרם

Numbers 24:8 and shall break
Ezekiel 23:34 and thou shalt break
Zephaniah 3:3 they gnaw not the bones

Distinct usage

1 they gnaw not the bones
1 and shall break
1 and thou shalt break

Corresponding Greek Words

garam G5275 hupo leipo


Related words

H1633

H1634 גּרם gerem
גּרם
gerem
gheh'-rem
From H1633; a bone (as the skeleton of the body); hence self, that is, (figuratively) very

KJV Usage: bone, strong, top.


H1634 גּרם gerem

גּרם
gerem
gheh'-rem
From H1633; a bone (as the skeleton of the body); hence self, that is, (figuratively) very

KJV Usage: bone, strong, top.


H1635 גּרם gerem
גּרם
gerem
gheh'-rem
(Chaldee); corresponding to H1634; a bone

KJV Usage: bone.


H1636 גּרמי garmı̂y
גּרמי
garmı̂y
gar-mee'
From H1634; bony, that is, strong

KJV Usage: Garmite.