H3868 לוּז - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


לוּז
lûz
looz
A primitive root; to turn aside (compare H3867, H3874 and H3885), that is, (literally) to depart, (figuratively) be perverse

KJV Usage: depart, froward, perverse (-ness).


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4357

לוּז

1. to depart, turn aside
a. (Qal) to depart
b. (Niphal)
1. to go wrong, go crooked
2. devious, perverse (participle)
c. (Hiphil)
1. to be lost from view
2. to become devious
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 1090
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
לוּז
luz
H:V
be devious
1) to depart, turn aside
1a) (Qal) to depart
1b) (Niphal)
1b1) to go wrong, go crooked
1b2) devious, perverse (participle)
1c) (Hiphil)
1c1) to be lost from view
1c2) to become devious

View how H3868 לוּז is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H3868 לוּז

Proverbs 2:15 and they are perverse
Proverbs 3:21 let not them depart
Proverbs 3:32 For the perverse
Proverbs 4:21 Let them not depart
Proverbs 14:2 but he that is perverse
Isaiah 30:12 and perverseness,

Distinct usage

1 and they are perverse
1 let not them depart
1 For the perverse
1 Let them not depart
1 but he that is perverse
1 and perverseness,


Related words

H3868 לוּז

H3891 לזוּת le zûth
לזוּת
le zûth
lez-ooth'
From H3868; perverseness

KJV Usage: perverse.


H3867 לוה lâvâh

לוה
lâvâh
law-vaw'
A primitive root; properly to twine, that is, (by implication) to unite, to remain; also to borrow (as a form of obligation) or (causatively) to lend

KJV Usage: abide with, borrow (-er), cleave, join (self), lend (-er).


H3878 לוי lêvı̂y
לוי
lêvı̂y
lay-vee'
From H3867; attached; Levi, a son of Jacob

KJV Usage: Levi. See also H3879, H3881.


H3880 לויה livyâh
לויה
livyâh
liv-yaw'
From H3867; something attached, that is, a wreath

KJV Usage: ornament.


H3882 לויתן livyâthân
לויתן
livyâthân
liv-yaw-thawn'
From H3867; a wreathed animal, that is, a serpent (especially the crocodile or some other large sea monster); figuratively the constellation of the dragon; also as a symbol of Babylon

KJV Usage: leviathan, mourning.


H3890 לות le vâth
לות
le vâth
lev-awth'
(Chaldee); from a root corresponding to H3867; properly adhesion, that is, (as preposition) with

KJV Usage: X thee.


H3874 לוּט lûṭ

לוּט
lûṭ
loot
A primitive root; to wrap up

KJV Usage: cast, wrap.


H3814 לאט lâ'ṭ
לאט
lâ'ṭ
lawt
From H3813 (or perhaps for active participle of H3874); properly muffled, that is, silently

KJV Usage: softly.


H3875 לוט lôṭ
לוט
lôṭ
lote
From H3874; a veil

KJV Usage: covering.


H3909 לט lâṭ
לט
lâṭ
lawt
A form of H3814 or else partly from H3874; properly covered, that is, secret; by implication incantation; also secrecy or (adverbially) covertly

KJV Usage: enchantment, privily, secretly, softly.


H3910 לט lôṭ
לט
lôṭ
lote
Probably from H3874; a gum (from its sticky nature), probably ladanum

KJV Usage: myrrh.


H3885 לין לוּן lûn lı̂yn

לין לוּן
lûn lı̂yn
loon, leen
A primitive root; to stop (usually over night); by implication to stay permanently; hence (in a bad sense) to be obstinate (especially in words, to complain)

KJV Usage: abide (all night), continue, dwell, endure, grudge, be left, lie all night, (cause to) lodge (all night, in, -ing, this night), (make to) murmur, remain, tarry (all night, that night).


H3210 ילון yâlôn
ילון
yâlôn
yaw-lone'
From H3885; lodging; Jalon, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Jalon.


H4411 מלון mâlôn
מלון
mâlôn
maw-lone'
From H3885; a lodgment, that is, caravanserai or encampment

KJV Usage: inn, place where . . . lodge, lodging (place).


H4412 מלוּנה me lûnâh
מלוּנה
me lûnâh
mel-oo-naw'
Feminine from H3885; a hut, a hammock

KJV Usage: cottage, lodge.


H8453 תּשׁב תּושׁב tôshâb tôshâb
תּשׁב תּושׁב
tôshâb tôshâb
to-shawb', to-shawb'
(The second form used in Kings Numbers 17:1); from H3427; a dweller (but not outlandish, H5237); especially (as distinguished from a native citizen (active participle of H3427) and a temporary inmate, H1616, or mere lodger, H3885) resident alien

KJV Usage: foreigner-inhabitant, sojourner, stranger.


H8519 תּלנּה תּלוּנה te lûnâh te lûnnâh
תּלנּה תּלוּנה
te lûnâh te lûnnâh
tel-oo-naw', tel-oon-naw'
From H3885 in the sense of obstinacy; a grumbling

KJV Usage: murmuring.


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