H2876 טבּח - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


טבּח
ṭabbâch
tab-bawkh'
From H2873; properly a butcher; hence a lifeguardsman (because acting as executioner); also a cook (as usually slaughtering the animal for food)

KJV Usage: cook, guard.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3283
BDB9555

טבּח

1. executioner, cook, bodyguard, guardsman
a. cook (who also killed the animal for food)
b. guardsmen, bodyguard
Origin: from H2873
TWOT: 786c
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
טַבָּח
tab.bach
H:N-M
guard
1) executioner, cook, bodyguard, guardsman
1a) cook (who also killed the animal for food)
1b) guardsmen, bodyguard

View how H2876 טבּח is used in the Bible

First 30 of 32 occurrences of H2876 טבּח

Genesis 37:36 of the guard.
Genesis 39:1 of the guard,
Genesis 40:3 of the guard,
Genesis 40:4 of the guard
Genesis 41:10 of the guard's
Genesis 41:12 of the guard;
1 Samuel 9:23 to the cook,
1 Samuel 9:24 And the cook
2 Kings 25:8 of the guard,
2 Kings 25:10 of the guard,
2 Kings 25:11 of the guard
2 Kings 25:12 of the guard
2 Kings 25:15 of the guard
2 Kings 25:18 of the guard
2 Kings 25:20 of the guard
Jeremiah 39:9 of the guard
Jeremiah 39:10 of the guard
Jeremiah 39:11 of the guard,
Jeremiah 39:13 of the guard
Jeremiah 40:1 of the guard
Jeremiah 40:2 of the guard
Jeremiah 40:5 of the guard
Jeremiah 41:10 of the guard
Jeremiah 43:6 of the guard
Jeremiah 52:12 of the guard,
Jeremiah 52:14 of the guard,
Jeremiah 52:15 of the guard
Jeremiah 52:16 of the guard
Jeremiah 52:19 of the guard
Jeremiah 52:24 of the guard

Distinct usage

20 of the guard
7 of the guard,
1 of the guard.
1 of the guard's
1 of the guard;
1 to the cook,
1 And the cook


Related words

H2876 טבּח

H2877 טבּח ṭabbâch
טבּח
ṭabbâch
tab-bawkh'
(Chaldee); the same as H2876; a lifeguardsman

KJV Usage: guard.


H2879 טבּחה ṭabbâchâh
טבּחה
ṭabbâchâh
tab-baw-khaw'
Feminine of H2876; a female cook

KJV Usage: cook.


H2873 טבח ṭâbach

טבח
ṭâbach
taw-bakh'
A primitive root; to slaughter (animals or men)

KJV Usage: kill, (make) slaughter, slay.


H2874 טבח ṭebach
טבח
ṭebach
teh'-bakh
From H2873; properly something slaughtered; hence a beast (or meat, as butchered); abstractly butchery (or concretely a place of slaughter)

KJV Usage: X beast, slaughter, X slay, X sore.


H4293 מטבּח maṭbêach
מטבּח
maṭbêach
mat-bay'-akh
From H2873; slaughter

KJV Usage: slaughter.


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