H3972 מאוּמה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מאוּמה
me 'ûmâh
meh-oo'-maw
Apparently a form of H3971; properly a speck or point, that is, (by implication) something; with negative nothing

KJV Usage: fault, + no (-ught), ought, somewhat, any ([no-]) thing.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4489

מאוּמה

1. anything
Origin: apparently a form of H3971
TWOT: 1136
Parts of Speech:

TBESH:
מְא֫וּמָה
me.u.mah
H:ImpP
anything
1) anything

View how H3972 מאוּמה is used in the Bible

First 30 of 32 occurrences of H3972 מאוּמה

Genesis 22:12 any thing
Genesis 30:31 me any thing:
Genesis 39:6 himself with any thing
Genesis 39:9 any thing
Genesis 39:23 not to any thing
Genesis 40:15 nothing
Numbers 22:38 any thing?
Deuteronomy 13:17 nothing
Deuteronomy 24:10 any
Judges 14:6 and he had nothing
1 Samuel 12:4 any thing
1 Samuel 12:5 any thing
1 Samuel 20:26 not any thing
1 Samuel 20:39 not any thing:
1 Samuel 21:2 any thing
1 Samuel 25:7 them not, neither was there any thing
1 Samuel 25:15 we any thing,
1 Samuel 25:21 so that nothing
1 Samuel 29:3 no fault
2 Samuel 3:35 or any thing
2 Samuel 13:2 any thing
1 Kings 10:21 it was not considered as any thing
1 Kings 18:43 There is nothing.
2 Kings 5:20 somewhat
2 Chronicles 9:20 as any
Ecclesiastes 5:14 and there is nothing
Ecclesiastes 5:15 nothing
Ecclesiastes 7:14 nothing
Ecclesiastes 9:5 not any thing,
Jeremiah 39:10 who had nothing,

Distinct usage

6 any thing
4 nothing
1 me any thing:
1 himself with any thing
1 not to any thing
1 any thing?
1 any
1 and he had nothing
1 not any thing
1 not any thing:
1 them not, neither was there any thing
1 we any thing,
1 so that nothing
1 no fault
1 or any thing
1 it was not considered as any thing
1 There is nothing.
1 somewhat
1 as any
1 and there is nothing
1 not any thing,
1 who had nothing,
1 him no harm;
1 any thing:


Related words

H3972 מאוּמה

H3971 מוּם מאוּם m'ûm mûm

מוּם מאוּם
m'ûm mûm
moom, moom
As if passive participle from an unused root probably meaning to stain; a blemish (physical or moral)

KJV Usage: blemish, blot, spot.