H2752 חרי - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


חרי
chôrı̂y
kho-ree'
From H2356; cave dweller or troglodyte; a Chorite or aboriginal Idumaean

KJV Usage: Horims, Horites.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3121
BDB3176

חרי
Horite = "cave dweller"
1. the inhabitants of Mount Seir
2. the inhabitants of Edom (in later times)
Origin: from H2356
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
חֹרִי
cho.ri
N:N--LG
Horite
Horite = "cave dweller"
1) the inhabitants of Mount Seir
2) the inhabitants of Edom (in later times)

View how H2752 חרי is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H2752 חרי

Genesis 14:6 And the Horites
Genesis 36:20 the Horite,
Genesis 36:21 of the Horites,
Genesis 36:29 that came of the Horites;
Deuteronomy 2:12 The Horims
Deuteronomy 2:22 the Horims

Distinct usage

2 The Horims
1 And the Horites
1 the Horite,
1 of the Horites,
1 that came of the Horites;


Related words

H2752 חרי

H2753 חורי חרי chôrı̂y chôrı̂y
חורי חרי
chôrı̂y chôrı̂y
kho-ree', kho-ree'
The same as H2752; Chori, the name of two men

KJV Usage: Hori.


H2356 חר חור chôr chôr

חר חור
chôr chôr
khore, khore
The same as H2352; a cavity, socket, den

KJV Usage: cave, hole.


H1032 בּית חורון bêyth chôrôn
בּית חורון
bêyth chôrôn
bayth kho-rone'
From H1004 and H2356; house of hollowness; Beth-Choron, the name of two adjoining places in Palestine

KJV Usage: Beth-horon.


H2735 חר הגּדגּד chôr haggidgâd
חר הגּדגּד
chôr haggidgâd
khore hag-ghid-gawd'
From H2356 and a collateral (masculine) form of H1412, with the article interposed; hole of the cleft; Chor hag Gidgad, a place in the Desert

KJV Usage: Hor-hagidgad.


H2773 חרנים chôrônayim
חרנים
chôrônayim
kho-ro-nah'-yim
Dual of a derivative from H2356; double cave town; Choronajim, a place in Moab

KJV Usage: Horonaim.


H6367 פּי החרת pı̂y hachirôth
פּי החרת
pı̂y hachirôth
pee hah-khee-roth'
From H6310 and the feminine plural of a noun (from the same root as H2356), with the article interposed; mouth of the gorges; Pi-ha-Chiroth, a place in Egypt. (Found in Numbers 14:19 without the “pi” .)

KJV Usage: Pi-hahiroth. [In Num. H14 : H19 without Pi-.]