H1676 דּאה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּאה
dâ'âh
daw-aw'
From H1675; the kite (from its rapid flight)

KJV Usage: vulture. See H7201.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1798
BDB7655

דּאה

1. fast-flying bird of prey (kite?), bird of prey
Origin: from H1675
TWOT: 394a
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
דָּאָה
da.ah
H:N-F
kite
1) fast-flying bird of prey (kite?), bird of prey

View how H1676 דּאה is used in the Bible

One occurence of H1676 דּאה

Leviticus 11:14 And the vulture,

Distinct usage

1 And the vulture,

Corresponding Greek Words

daah G3731 hormema


Related words

H1676 דּאה

H7201 ראה râ'âh
ראה
râ'âh
raw-aw'
From H7200; a bird of prey (probably the vulture, from its sharp sight)

KJV Usage: glede.

Compare H1676.

H1675 דּאה dâ'âh

דּאה
dâ'âh
daw-aw'
A primitive root; to dart, that is, fly rapidly

KJV Usage: fly.


H1772 דּיּה dayâh
דּיּה
dayâh
dah-yaw'
Intensive from H1675; a falcon (from its rapid flight)

KJV Usage: vulture.


H7201 ראה râ'âh

ראה
râ'âh
raw-aw'
From H7200; a bird of prey (probably the vulture, from its sharp sight)

KJV Usage: glede.

Compare H1676.