H406 אכּר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


אכּר
'ikkâr
ik-kawr'
From an unused root meaning to dig; a farmer

KJV Usage: husbandman, ploughman.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

אכּר

1. plowman, husbandman, farmer
a. working the land, yet not owning any of it
Origin: from an unused root meaning to dig
TWOT: 88a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

View how H406 אכּר is used in the Bible

7 occurrences of H406 אכּר

2 Chronicles 26:10 farmers
Isaiah 61:5 shall be your plowmen
Jeremiah 14:4 the plowmen
Jeremiah 31:24 farmers,
Jeremiah 51:23 the farmer
Joel 1:11 O ye farmers;
Amos 5:16 the farmer

Distinct usage

2 the farmer
1 farmers
1 shall be your plowmen
1 the plowmen
1 farmers,
1 O ye farmers;

Corresponding Greek Words

ikkar G1092 georgos