H3907 לחשׁ - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


לחשׁ
lâchash
law-khash'
A primitive root; to whisper; by implication to mumble a spell (as a magician)

KJV Usage: charmer, whisper (together).


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4401

לחשׁ

1. to whisper, charm, conjure
a. (Piel) charmers, conjurers, whisperers (participle)
b. (Hithpael) to whisper to each other
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 1107
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
לָחַשׁ
la.chash
H:V
to whisper
1) to whisper, charm, conjure
1a) (Piel) charmers, conjurers, whisperers (participle)
1b) (Hithpael) to whisper to each other

View how H3907 לחשׁ is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of H3907 לחשׁ

2 Samuel 12:19 whispered,
Psalms 41:7 me whisper
Psalms 58:5 of charmers,

Distinct usage

1 whispered,
1 me whisper
1 of charmers,


Related words

H3907 לחשׁ

H3873 לוחשׁ lôchêsh
לוחשׁ
lôchêsh
lo-khashe'
Active participle of H3907; (the) enchanter; Lochesh, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Hallohesh, Haloshesh [includ. the article ]


H3908 לחשׁ lachash
לחשׁ
lachash
lakh'-ash
From H3907; properly a whisper, that is, by implication (in a good sense) a private prayer, (in a bad one) an incantation; concretely an amulet

KJV Usage: charmed, earring, enchantment, orator, prayer.


Reformed Dating