H3316 יפתּח - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


יפתּח
yiphtâch
yif-tawkh'
From H6605; he will open; Jiphtach, an Israelite; also a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Jephthah, Jiphtah.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6871

יפתּח
Jephthah or Jiphtah = "he opens" n pr m
1. a son of Gilead and a concubine and the judge who defeated the Ammonites; after the victory because of a vow taken before the battle he sacrificed his daughter as a burnt offering n pr loc
2. a city in Judah
Origin: from H6605
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech:

TBESH:
יִפְתָּח
yiph.tach
N:N-M-P / N:N--L
Jephthah
Jephthah or Jiphtah = "he opens"
n pr m
1) a son of Gilead and a concubine and the judge who defeated the Ammonites; after the victory because of a vow taken before the battle he sacrificed his daughter as a burnt offering
n pr loc
2) a city in Judah

View how H3316 יפתּח is used in the Bible

30 occurrences of H3316 יפתּח

Joshua 15:43 And Jiphtah,
Judges 11:1 Now Jephthah
Judges 11:1 Jephthah.
Judges 11:2 Jephthah,
Judges 11:3 Then Jephthah
Judges 11:3 to Jephthah,
Judges 11:5 Jephthah
Judges 11:6 to Jephthah,
Judges 11:7 And Jephthah
Judges 11:8 to Jephthah,
Judges 11:9 And Jephthah
Judges 11:10 to Jephthah,
Judges 11:11 Then Jephthah
Judges 11:11 over them: and Jephthah
Judges 11:12 And Jephthah
Judges 11:13 of Jephthah,
Judges 11:14 And Jephthah
Judges 11:15 Jephthah,
Judges 11:28 of Jephthah
Judges 11:29 came upon Jephthah,
Judges 11:30 And Jephthah
Judges 11:32 So Jephthah
Judges 11:34 And Jephthah
Judges 11:40 of Jephthah
Judges 12:1 to Jephthah,
Judges 12:2 And Jephthah
Judges 12:4 Then Jephthah
Judges 12:7 And Jephthah
Judges 12:7 Jephthah
1 Samuel 12:11 and Jephthah,

Distinct usage

8 And Jephthah
5 to Jephthah,
3 Then Jephthah
2 Jephthah,
2 Jephthah
2 of Jephthah
1 And Jiphtah,
1 Now Jephthah
1 Jephthah.
1 over them: and Jephthah
1 of Jephthah,
1 came upon Jephthah,
1 So Jephthah
1 and Jephthah,


Related words

H3316 יפתּח

G2422 Ἰεφθάε
Ἰεφθάε
Iephthae
ee-ef-thah'-eh
Of Hebrew origin [H3316]; Jephthae (that is, Jiphtach), an Israelite

KJV Usage: Jephthah.


H6605 פּתח pâthach

פּתח
pâthach
paw-thakh'
A primitive root; to open wide (literally or figuratively); specifically to loosen, begin, plough, carve

KJV Usage: appear, break forth, draw (out), let go free, (en-) grave (-n), loose (self), (be, beset) open (-ing), put off, ungird, unstop, have vent.


H3317 יפתּח־אל yiphtach - 'êl
יפתּח־אל
yiphtach - 'êl
yif-tach-ale'
From H6605 and H410; God will open; Jiphtach-el, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Jiphthah-el.


H4668 מפתּח maphtêach
מפתּח
maphtêach
maf-tay'-akh
From H6605; an opener, that is, a key

KJV Usage: key.


H4669 מפתּח miphtâch
מפתּח
miphtâch
mif-tawkh'
From H6605; an aperture, that is, (figuratively) utterance

KJV Usage: opening.


H5318 נפתּוח nephtôach
נפתּוח
nephtôach
nef-to'-akh
From H6605; opened, that is, a spring; Nephtoach, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Neptoah.


H6603 פּתּח פּתּוּח pittûach pittûach
פּתּח פּתּוּח
pittûach pittûach
pit-too'-akh, pit-too'-akh
Passive participle of H6605; sculpture (in low or high relief or even intaglio)

KJV Usage: carved (work) (are, en-) grave (-ing, -n).


H6606 פּתח pe thach
פּתח
pe thach
peth-akh'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H6605; to open

KJV Usage: open.


H6607 פּתח pethach
פּתח
pethach
peh'-thakh
From H6605; an opening (literally), that is, door (gate) or entrance way

KJV Usage: door, entering (in), entrance (-ry), gate, opening, place.


H6608 פּתח pêthach
פּתח
pêthach
pah'-thakh
From H6605; opening (figuratively) that is, disclosure

KJV Usage: entrance.


H6609 פּתחה pe thichâh
פּתחה
pe thichâh
peth-ee-khaw'
From H6605; something opened, that is, a drawn sword

KJV Usage: drawn sword.


H6610 פּתחון pithchôn
פּתחון
pithchôn
pith-khone'
From H6605; opening (the act)

KJV Usage: open (-ing).


H6611 פּתחיה pe thachyâh
פּתחיה
pe thachyâh
peth-akh-yaw'
From H6605 and H3050; Jah has opened; Pethachjah, the name of four Israelites

KJV Usage: Pethakiah.