H3004 יבּשׂה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


יבּשׂה
yabbâśâh
yab-baw-shaw'
From H3001; dry ground

KJV Usage: dry (ground, land).


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3413

יבּשׂה

1. dry land, dry ground
Origin: from H3001
TWOT: 837b
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
יַבָּשָׁה
yab.ba.shah
H:N-F
dry land
1) dry land, dry ground

View how H3004 יבּשׂה is used in the Bible

14 occurrences of H3004 יבּשׂה

Genesis 1:9 and let the dry
Genesis 1:10 the dry
Exodus 4:9 it upon the dry
Exodus 14:16 on dry
Exodus 14:22 upon the dry
Exodus 14:29 upon dry
Exodus 15:19 on dry
Joshua 4:22 on dry land.
Nehemiah 9:11 on the dry land;
Psalms 66:6 into dry
Isaiah 44:3 upon the dry ground:
Jonah 1:9 and the dry
Jonah 1:13 it to the land;
Jonah 2:10 upon the dry

Distinct usage

2 on dry
2 upon the dry
1 and let the dry
1 the dry
1 it upon the dry
1 upon dry
1 on dry land.
1 on the dry land;
1 into dry
1 upon the dry ground:
1 and the dry
1 it to the land;

Corresponding Greek Words

yabbashah G504 anudros
yabbashah G1093 ge
yabbashah G3584 xeros


Related words

H3004 יבּשׂה

H3006 יבּשׁת yabbesheth
יבּשׁת
yabbesheth
yab-beh'-sheth
A variation of H3004; dry ground

KJV Usage: dry land.


H3001 יבשׁ yâbêsh

יבשׁ
yâbêsh
yaw-bashe'
A primitive root; to be ashamed, confused or disappointed; also (as failing) to dry up (as water) or wither (as herbage)

KJV Usage: be ashamed, clean, be confounded, (make) dry (up), (do) shame (-fully), X utterly, wither (away).


H3002 יבשׁ yâbêsh
יבשׁ
yâbêsh
yaw-bashe'
From H3001; dry

KJV Usage: dried (away), dry.