H367 אמה אימה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

אמה אימה
'êymâh 'êmâh
ay-maw', ay-maw'
From the same as H366; fright; concretely an idol (as a bugbear)

KJV Usage: dread. fear, horror, idol, terrible, terror.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


אמה אימה

1. terror, dread
Origin: from the same as H366
TWOT: 80b
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

1) terror, dread

View how H367 אמה אימה is used in the Bible

17 occurrences of H367 אמה אימה

Genesis 15:12 and, lo, an horror
Exodus 15:16 Fear
Exodus 23:27 my fear
Deuteronomy 32:25 and terror
Joshua 2:9 and that your terror
Ezra 3:3 for fear
Job 9:34 from me, and let not his fear
Job 13:21 from me: and let not thy dread
Job 20:25 terrors
Job 33:7 Behold, my terror
Job 39:20 is terrible.
Job 41:14 there is terror.
Psalms 55:4 me: and the terrors
Psalms 88:15 thy terrors
Proverbs 20:2 The fear
Isaiah 33:18 terror.
Jeremiah 50:38 over their idols.

Distinct usage

1 and, lo, an horror
1 Fear
1 from me, and let not his fear
1 Behold, my terror
1 there is terror.
1 me: and the terrors
1 over their idols.
1 The fear
1 and terror
1 for fear
1 my fear
1 from me: and let not thy dread
1 terrors
1 thy terrors
1 is terrible.
1 terror.
1 and that your terror

Corresponding Greek Words

emah G547 apeile
emah G1167 deilia
emah G5156 tromos
emah G5401 phobos

Related words


H368 אימים 'êymı̂ym
Plural of H367; terrors; Emim, an early Canaanitish (or Moabitish) tribe

KJV Usage: Emims.

H366 אים 'âyôm

From an unused root (meaning to frighten); frightful

KJV Usage: terrible.