H3880 לויה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


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

KJV Usage: ornament.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4354

לויה

1. wreath
Origin: from H3867
TWOT: 1089a
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
לִוְיָה
liv.yah
H:N-F
wreath
1) wreath

View how H3880 לויה is used in the Bible

2 occurrences of H3880 לויה

Proverbs 1:9 For they shall be an ornament
Proverbs 4:9 an ornament

Distinct usage

1 For they shall be an ornament
1 an ornament

Corresponding Greek Words

livyah G4735 stephanos


Related words

H3880 לויה

H3879 לוי lêvı̂y
לוי
lêvı̂y
lay-vee'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H3880

KJV Usage: Levite.


H3914 ליה lôyâh
ליה
lôyâh
lo-yaw'
A form of H3880; a wreath

KJV Usage: addition.


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).


H3868 לוּז lûz
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).


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

KJV Usage: Levi. See also H3879, H3881.


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.