H1763 דּחל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּחל
de chal
deh-khal'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H2119; to slink, that is, (by implication) to fear, or (causatively) be formidable

KJV Usage: make afraid, dreadful, fear, terrible.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB9439

דּחל

1. to fear
a. (P'al)
1. to fear
2. terrible (pass participle)
b. (Pael) to cause to be afraid, make afraid
Origin: corresponding to H2119
TWOT: 2672
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
דְּחַל
de.chal
A:V
to fear
1) to fear
1a) (P'al)
1a1) to fear
1a2) terrible (pass participle)
1b) (Pael) to cause to be afraid, make afraid

View how H1763 דּחל is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H1763 דּחל

Daniel 2:31 was terrible.
Daniel 4:5 which made me afraid,
Daniel 5:19 and feared
Daniel 6:26 and fear
Daniel 7:7 dreadful
Daniel 7:19 dreadful,

Distinct usage

1 was terrible.
1 which made me afraid,
1 and feared
1 dreadful
1 dreadful,
1 and fear

Corresponding Greek Words

dechal G5398 phoberos
dechal G5399 phobeo
dechal pa. G2125 eulabeomai
dechal pa. G5401 phobos


Related words

H1763 דּחל

H8413 תּדעל tid‛âl
תּדעל
tid‛âl
tid-awl'
Perhaps from H1763; fearfulness; Tidal, a Canaanite

KJV Usage: Tidal.


H2119 זחל zâchal

זחל
zâchal
zaw-khal'
A primitive root; to crawl; by implication to fear

KJV Usage: be afraid, serpent, worm.


H2120 זחלת zôcheleth
זחלת
zôcheleth
zo-kheh'-leth
Feminine active participle of H2119; crawling (that is, serpent); Zocheleth, a boundary stone in Palestine

KJV Usage: Zoheleth.