H4047 מגפּיעשׁ - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מגפּיעשׁ
magpı̂y‛âsh
mag-pee-awsh'
Apparently from H1479 or H5062 and H6211; exterminator of (the) moth; Magpiash, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Magpiash.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4507

מגפּיעשׁ
Magpiash = "moth-killer"
1. one of the chiefs of the people who signed the covenant with Nehemiah
Origin: apparently from H1479 or H5062 and H6211
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Masculine

TBESH:
מַגְפִּיעָשׁ
mag.pi.ash
N:N-M-P
Magpiash
Magpiash = "moth-killer"
1) one of the chiefs of the people who signed the covenant with Nehemiah

View how H4047 מגפּיעשׁ is used in the Bible

One occurence of H4047 מגפּיעשׁ

Nehemiah 10:20 Magpiash,

Distinct usage

1 Magpiash,


Related words

H4047 מגפּיעשׁ

H1479 גּוּף gûph

גּוּף
gûph
goof
A primitive root; properly to hollow or arch, that is, (figuratively) close; to shut

KJV Usage: shut.


H1354 גב gab
גב
gab
gab
From an unused root meaning to hollow or curve; the back (as rounded (compare H1460 and H1479); by analogy the top or rim, a boss, a vault, arch of eye, bulwarks, etc.

KJV Usage: back, body, boss, eminent (higher) place, [eye] brows, nave, ring.


H1480 גּוּפה gûphâh
גּוּפה
gûphâh
goo-faw'
From H1479; a corpse (as closed to sense)

KJV Usage: body.


H5062 נגף nâgaph

נגף
nâgaph
naw-gaf'
A primitive root; to push, gore, defeat, stub (the toe), inflict (a disease)

KJV Usage: beat, dash, hurt, plague, slay, smite (down), strike, stumble, X surely, put to the worse.


H102 אגּף 'aggâph
אגּף
'aggâph
ag-gawf'
Probably from H5062 (through the idea of impending); a cover or heap; that is, (only plural) wings of an army, or crowds of troops

KJV Usage: bands.


H4046 מגּפה maggêphâh
מגּפה
maggêphâh
mag-gay-faw'
From H5062; a pestilence; by analogy defeat

KJV Usage: (X be) plague (-d), slaughter, stroke.


H5063 נגף negeph
נגף
negeph
neh'-ghef
From H5062; a trip (of the foot); figuratively an infliction (of disease)

KJV Usage: plague, stumbling.


H6211 עשׂב עשׁ ‛âsh ‛ăsab

עשׂב עשׁ
‛âsh ‛ăsab
awsh, as-ab'
From H6244; a moth

KJV Usage: moth. (The second form is Chaldee, from H6212 and is translated grass)


H6550 פּרעשׁ par‛ôsh
פּרעשׁ
par‛ôsh
par-oshe'
Probably from H6544 and H6211; a flea (as the isolated insect)

KJV Usage: flea.