H1993 המה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


המה
hâmâh
haw-maw'
A primitive root (compare H1949); to make a loud sound (like English “hum”); by implication to be in great commotion or tumult, to rage, war, moan, clamor

KJV Usage: clamorous, concourse, cry aloud, be disquieted, loud, mourn, be moved, make a noise, rage, roar, sound, be troubled, make in tumult, tumultuous, be in an uproar.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB2189

המה

1. to murmur, growl, roar, cry aloud, mourn, rage, sound, make noise, tumult, be clamorous, be disquieted, be loud, be moved, be troubled, be in an uproar
a. (Qal)
1. to growl
2. to murmur (fig. of a soul in prayer)
3. to roar
4. to be in a stir, be in a commotion
5. to be boisterous, be turbulent
Origin: a primitive root [compare H1949]
TWOT: 505
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
הָמָה
ha.mah
H:V
to roar
1) to murmur, growl, roar, cry aloud, mourn, rage, sound, make noise, tumult, be clamorous, be disquieted, be loud, be moved, be troubled, be in an uproar
1a) (Qal)
1a1) to growl
1a2) to murmur (fig. of a soul in prayer)
1a3) to roar
1a4) to be in a stir, be in a commotion
1a5) to be boisterous, be turbulent

View how H1993 המה is used in the Bible

First 30 of 34 occurrences of H1993 המה

1 Kings 1:41 being in an uproar?
Psalms 39:6 surely they are disquieted
Psalms 42:5 and why art thou disquieted
Psalms 42:11 and why art thou disquieted
Psalms 43:5 and why art thou disquieted
Psalms 46:3 shall roar
Psalms 46:6 raged,
Psalms 55:17 and sound aloud:
Psalms 59:6 they make a noise
Psalms 59:14 and let them make a noise
Psalms 77:3 and was troubled:
Psalms 83:2 make a tumult:
Proverbs 1:21 of concourse,
Proverbs 7:11 (She is loud
Proverbs 9:13 is clamorous:
Proverbs 20:1 is raging:
Song of Songs 5:4 was moved
Isaiah 16:11 shall sound
Isaiah 17:12 who make a noise
Isaiah 17:12 like the noise
Isaiah 22:2 a tumultuous
Isaiah 51:15 roared:
Isaiah 59:11 We all roar
Jeremiah 4:19 maketh a noise
Jeremiah 5:22 though they roar,
Jeremiah 6:23 roareth
Jeremiah 31:20 is troubled
Jeremiah 31:35 roar;
Jeremiah 48:36 shall sound
Jeremiah 48:36 shall sound

Distinct usage

3 shall sound
2 shall roar
2 and why art thou disquieted
1 being in an uproar?
1 surely they are disquieted
1 they make a noise
1 and let them make a noise
1 and was troubled:
1 make a tumult:
1 (She is loud
1 is clamorous:
1 is raging:
1 was moved
1 who make a noise
1 like the noise
1 a tumultuous
1 roared:
1 We all roar
1 though they roar,
1 roar;
1 roar
1 and make a noise
1 and why art thou disquieted
1 maketh a noise
1 of concourse,
1 and sound aloud:
1 raged,
1 is troubled
1 roareth
1 all of them mourning,

Corresponding Greek Words

hamah G994 boao
hamah G2278 echeo
hamah G2360 throeo
hamah G4682 sparasso
hamah G4727 stenazo
hamah G5015 tarasso


Related words

H1993 המה

H1991 הם hêm
הם
hêm
haym
From H1993; abundance, that is, wealth

KJV Usage: any of theirs.


H1995 המן המון hâmôn hâmôn
המן המון
hâmôn hâmôn
haw-mone', haw-mone'
From H1993; a noise, tumult, crowd; also disquietude, wealth

KJV Usage: abundance, company, many, multitude, multiply, noise, riches, rumbling, sounding, store, tumult.


H1998 המיה hemyâh
המיה
hemyâh
hem-yaw'
From H1993; sound

KJV Usage: noise.


H2000 המם hâmam
המם
hâmam
haw-mam'
A primitive root (compare H1949, H1993); properly to put in commotion; by implication to disturb, drive, destroy

KJV Usage: break, consume, crush, destroy, discomfit, trouble, vex.


H1949 הוּם hûm

הוּם
hûm
hoom
A primitive root (compare H2000); to make an uproar, or agitate greatly

KJV Usage: destroy, move, make a noise, put, ring again.


H2000 המם hâmam
המם
hâmam
haw-mam'
A primitive root (compare H1949, H1993); properly to put in commotion; by implication to disturb, drive, destroy

KJV Usage: break, consume, crush, destroy, discomfit, trouble, vex.


H4103 מהוּמה me hûmâh
מהוּמה
me hûmâh
meh-hoo-maw'
From H1949; confusion or uproar

KJV Usage: destruction, discomfiture, trouble, tumult, vexation, vexed.


H8415 תּהם תּהום te hôm te hôm
תּהם תּהום
te hôm te hôm
teh-home', teh-home'
(Usually feminine) from H1949; an abyss (as a surging mass of water), especially the deep (the main sea or the subterranean water supply)

KJV Usage: deep (place), depth.