H2788 חרר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


חרר
chârêr
khaw-rare'
From H2787; arid

KJV Usage: parched place.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3168

חרר

1. dry regions, parched place
Origin: from H2787
TWOT: 756a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
חָרֵר
cha.rer
H:N-M
parched
1) dry regions, parched place

View how H2788 חרר is used in the Bible

One occurence of H2788 חרר

Jeremiah 17:6 the parched places

Distinct usage

1 the parched places


Related words

H2788 חרר

H7030
קיתרס o
qı̂ythârôs
kee-thaw-roce'
(Chaldee); Of Greek origin [H2788]; a lyre

KJV Usage: harp.


H2787 חרר chârar

חרר
chârar
khaw-rar'
A primitive root; to glow, that is, literally (to melt, burn, dry up) or figuratively (to show or incite passion)

KJV Usage: be angry, burn, dry, kindle.


H2715 חור חר chôr chôr
חור חר
chôr chôr
khore, khore
From H2787; properly white or pure (from the cleansing or shining power of fire (compare H2751); hence (figuratively) noble (in rank)

KJV Usage: noble.


H2734 חרה chârâh
חרה
chârâh
khaw-raw'
A primitive root (compare H2787); to glow or grow warm; figuratively (usually) to blaze up, of anger, zeal, jealousy

KJV Usage: be angry, burn, be displeased, X earnestly, fret self, grieve, be (wax) hot, be incensed, kindle, X very, be wroth. See H8474.


H2746 חרחר charchûr
חרחר
charchûr
khar-khoor'
From H2787; fever (as hot)

KJV Usage: extreme burning.


H2761 חרך chărak
חרך
chărak
khar-ak'
(Chaldee); a root probably allied to the equivalent of H2787; to scorch

KJV Usage: singe.


H2771 חרן chârân
חרן
chârân
khaw-rawn'
From H2787; parched; Charan, the name of a man and also of a place

KJV Usage: Haran.


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