H2660 חפר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


חפר
chêpher
khay'-fer
From H2658 or H2659; a pit or shame; Chepher, a place in Palestine; also the name of three Israelites

KJV Usage: Hepher.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3013
BDB3015

חפר
Hepher = "a well" n pr m
1. youngest son of Gilead and head of the family of Hepherites
2. son of Asher, the father of Tekoa
3. the Mecherathite, one of David's mighty warriors n pr loc
4. a place in ancient Canaan, west of the Jordan, conquered by Joshua site unknown
a. a place in Judah, probably the same as 4 above
Origin: from H2658 or H2659
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech:

View how H2660 חפר is used in the Bible

9 occurrences of H2660 חפר

Numbers 26:32 and of Hepher,
Numbers 26:33 of Hepher
Numbers 27:1 of Hepher,
Joshua 12:17 of Hepher,
Joshua 17:2 of Hepher,
Joshua 17:3 of Hepher,
1 Kings 4:10 of Hepher:
1 Chronicles 4:6 and Hepher,
1 Chronicles 11:36 Hepher

Distinct usage

4 of Hepher,
1 and of Hepher,
1 of Hepher
1 of Hepher:
1 and Hepher,
1 Hepher


Related words

H2660 חפר

H2662 חפרי chephrı̂y
חפרי
chephrı̂y
khef-ree'
Patronymic from H2660; a Chephrite (collectively) or descendant of Chepher

KJV Usage: Hepherites.


H2663 חפרים chăphârayim
חפרים
chăphârayim
khaf-aw-rah'-yim
Dual of H2660; double pit; Chapharajim, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Haphraim.


H2658 חפר châphar

חפר
châphar
khaw-far'
A primitive root; properly to pry into; by implication to delve, to explore

KJV Usage: dig, paw, search out, seek.


H1662 גּתּה־חפר גּת־החפר gath - hachêpher gittâh - chêpher
גּתּה־חפר גּת־החפר
gath - hachêpher gittâh - chêpher
gath-hah-khay'-fer, ghit-taw-khay'-fer
From H1660 and H2658 with the article inserted; wine press of (the) well; Gath Chepher, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Gath-kephr, Gittah-kephr.


H2659 חפר châphêr
חפר
châphêr
khaw-fare'
A primitive root (perhaps rather the same as H2658 through the idea of detection): to blush; figuratively to be ashamed, disappointed; causatively to shame, reproach

KJV Usage: be ashamed, be confounded, be brought to confusion (unto shame), come (be put to) shame, bring reproach.


H2661 חפרפּרה חפר chăphôr chapharpêrâh
חפרפּרה חפר
chăphôr chapharpêrâh
khaf-ore', khaf-ar-pay-raw'
From H2658; a hole; only in connection with H6512, which ought rather to be joined as one word (shown as second form; by reduplication from H2658; a burrower, that is, probably a rat)

KJV Usage: + mole.


H2659 חפר châphêr

חפר
châphêr
khaw-fare'
A primitive root (perhaps rather the same as H2658 through the idea of detection): to blush; figuratively to be ashamed, disappointed; causatively to shame, reproach

KJV Usage: be ashamed, be confounded, be brought to confusion (unto shame), come (be put to) shame, bring reproach.