H3639 כּלמּה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

ke limmâh
From H3637; disgrace

KJV Usage: confusion, dishonour, reproach, shame.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions



1. disgrace, reproach, shame, confusion, dishonour, insult, ignominy
a. insult, reproach
b. reproach, ignominy
Origin: from H3637
TWOT: 987a
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

1) disgrace, reproach, shame, confusion, dishonour, insult, ignominy
1a) insult, reproach
1b) reproach, ignominy

View how H3639 כּלמּה is used in the Bible

30 occurrences of H3639 כּלמּה

Job 20:3 that reproaches me,
Psalms 4:2 into shame?
Psalms 35:26 and dishonour
Psalms 44:15 My confusion
Psalms 69:7 shame
Psalms 69:19 and my dishonour:
Psalms 71:13 and dishonour
Psalms 109:29 with shame,
Proverbs 18:13 and shame
Isaiah 30:3 your confusion.
Isaiah 45:16 to confusion
Isaiah 50:6 from shame
Isaiah 61:7 and for confusion
Jeremiah 3:25 and our confusion
Jeremiah 20:11 confusion
Jeremiah 51:51 shame
Ezekiel 16:52 thy own shame
Ezekiel 16:52 thy shame,
Ezekiel 16:54 thy own shame,
Ezekiel 16:63 of thy shame,
Ezekiel 32:24 their shame
Ezekiel 32:25 their shame
Ezekiel 32:30 their shame
Ezekiel 34:29 the shame
Ezekiel 36:6 the shame
Ezekiel 36:7 their shame.
Ezekiel 36:15 in thee the shame
Ezekiel 39:26 their shame,
Ezekiel 44:13 their shame,
Micah 2:6 shame.

Distinct usage

3 their shame
2 and dishonour
2 shame
2 their shame,
2 the shame
1 that reproaches me,
1 into shame?
1 My confusion
1 and my dishonour:
1 with shame,
1 and shame
1 your confusion.
1 to confusion
1 from shame
1 and for confusion
1 and our confusion
1 confusion
1 thy own shame
1 thy shame,
1 thy own shame,
1 of thy shame,
1 shame.
1 their shame.
1 in thee the shame

Corresponding Greek Words

kelimmah G152 aischune
kelimmah G819 atimia
kelimmah G931 basanos
kelimmah G1791 en trope
kelimmah G3680 oneidismos
kelimmah G3681 oneidos

Related words

H3639 כּלמּה

H3640 כּלמּוּת ke limmûth
ke limmûth
From H3639; disgrace

KJV Usage: shame.

H3637 כּלם kâlam

A primitive root; properly to wound; but only figuratively, to taunt or insult

KJV Usage: be (make) ashamed, blush, be confounded, be put to confusion, hurt, reproach, (do, put to) shame.