H3999 מבּוּל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מבּוּל
mabbûl
mab-bool'
From H2986 in the sense of flowing; a deluge

KJV Usage: flood.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4499

מבּוּל

1. flood, deluge.
a. Noah's flood that submerged the entire planet earth under water for about a year ++++ Some think Noah's flood was only local. However the description of it found in Gen. 6 through 8 makes this patently absurd. If it was local, Noah had 120 years to migrate out of the area to safe ground! Why waste all that effort building a ship? With the possible exception of Ps. 29:10, this word always refers to Noah's flood.
Origin: from H2986 in the sense of flowing
TWOT: 1142
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
מַבּוּל
mab.bul
H:N-M
flood
1) flood, deluge.
1a) Noah's flood that submerged the entire planet earth under water for about a year

View how H3999 מבּוּל is used in the Bible

13 occurrences of H3999 מבּוּל

Genesis 6:17 a flood
Genesis 7:6 when the flood
Genesis 7:7 of the flood.
Genesis 7:10 of the flood
Genesis 7:17 And the flood
Genesis 9:11 of a flood;
Genesis 9:11 neither shall there any more be a flood
Genesis 9:15 become a flood
Genesis 9:28 the flood
Genesis 10:1 the flood.
Genesis 10:32 the flood.
Genesis 11:10 the flood:
Psalms 29:10 upon the flood;

Distinct usage

2 the flood.
1 when the flood
1 of the flood.
1 of the flood
1 And the flood
1 the flood
1 the flood:
1 a flood
1 of a flood;
1 neither shall there any more be a flood
1 become a flood
1 upon the flood;

Corresponding Greek Words

mabbul G2627 kata klusmos


Related words

H3999 מבּוּל

H2986 יבל yâbal

יבל
yâbal
yaw-bal'
A primitive root; properly to flow; causatively to bring (especially with pomp)

KJV Usage: bring (forth), carry, lead (forth).


H180 אבל אוּבל 'ûbâl 'ûbâl
אבל אוּבל
'ûbâl 'ûbâl
oo-bawl', oo-bawl'
From H2986 (in the sense of H2988); a stream

KJV Usage: river.


H2981 יבוּל ye bûl
יבוּל
ye bûl
yeb-ool'
From H2986; produce, that is, a crop or (figuratively) wealth

KJV Usage: fruit, increase.


H2987 יבל ye bal
יבל
ye bal
yeb-al'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H2986; to bring

KJV Usage: bring, carry.


H2988 יבל yâbâl
יבל
yâbâl
yaw-bawl
From H2986; a stream

KJV Usage: [water-] course, stream.


H2990 יבּל yabbêl
יבּל
yabbêl
yab-bale'
From H2986; having running sores

KJV Usage: wen.


H3104 יבל יובל yôbêl yôbêl
יבל יובל
yôbêl yôbêl
yo-bale', yo-bale'
Apparently from H2986; the blast of a horn (from its continuous sound); specifically the signal of the silver trumpets; hence the instrument itself and the festival thus introduced

KJV Usage: jubile, ram’s horn, trumpet.


H3105 יוּבל yûbal
יוּבל
yûbal
yoo-bal'
From H2986; a stream

KJV Usage: river.


H3106 יוּבל yûbâl
יוּבל
yûbâl
yoo-bawl'
From H2986; stream; Jubal, an antediluvian

KJV Usage: Jubal.


H8398 תּבל têbêl
תּבל
têbêl
tay-bale'
From H2986; the earth (as moist and therefore inhabited); by extension the globe; by implication its inhabitants; specifically a particular land, as Babylonia or Palestine

KJV Usage: habitable part, world.


H8423 תּוּבל קין tûbal qayin
תּוּבל קין
tûbal qayin
too-bal' kah'-yin
Apparently from H2986 (compare H2981) and H7014; offspring of Cain; Tubal Kajin, an antediluvian patriarch

KJV Usage: Tubal-cain.