H1734 דּודו - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּודו
dôdô
do-do'
From H1730; loving; Dodo, the name of three Israelites

KJV Usage: Dodo.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1850
BDB1863

דּודו
Dodo = "his beloved"
1. a man of the tribe of Issachar
2. a man of Bethlehem, father of Elhanan who was one of David's 30 captains
3. an Ahohite, father of Eleazar, the second of the 3 mighty men who were over the 30
Origin: from H1730
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Masculine

TBESH:
דּוֹדוֹ
do.do
N:N-M-P
Dodo
Dodo = "his beloved"
1) a man of the tribe of Issachar
2) a man of Bethlehem, father of Elhanan who was one of David's 30 captains
3) an Ahohite, father of Eleazar, the second of the 3 mighty men who were over the 30

View how H1734 דּודו is used in the Bible

5 occurrences of H1734 דּודו

Judges 10:1 of Dodo,
2 Samuel 23:9 of Dodo
2 Samuel 23:24 of Dodo
1 Chronicles 11:12 of Dodo,
1 Chronicles 11:26 of Dodo

Distinct usage

3 of Dodo
2 of Dodo,


Related words

H1734

H1730 דּד דּוד dôd dôd

דּד דּוד
dôd dôd
dode, dode
From an unused root meaning properly to boil, that is, (figuratively) to love; by implication a love token, lover, friend; specifically an uncle

KJV Usage: (well-) beloved, father’s brother, love, uncle.


H1717 דּד dad
דּד
dad
dad
Apparently from the same as H1730; the breast (as the seat of love, or from its shape)

KJV Usage: breast, teat.


H1731 דּוּד dûd
דּוּד
dûd
dood
From the same as H1730; a pot (for boiling); also (by resemblance of shape) a basket

KJV Usage: basket, caldron, kettle, (seething) pot.


H1732 דּויד דּוד dâvid dâvı̂yd
דּויד דּוד
dâvid dâvı̂yd
daw-veed', daw-veed'
From the same as H1730; loving; David, the youngest son of Jesse

KJV Usage: David.


H1733 דּודה dôdâh
דּודה
dôdâh
do-daw'
Feminine of H1730; an aunt

KJV Usage: aunt, father’s sister, uncle’s wife.


H1735 דּודוהוּ dôdâvâhû
דּודוהוּ
dôdâvâhû
do-daw-vaw'-hoo
From H1730 and H3050; love of Jah; Dodavah, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Dodavah.


H3039 ידיד ye dı̂yd
ידיד
ye dı̂yd
yed-eed'
From the same as H1730; loved

KJV Usage: amiable, (well-) beloved, loves.