H421 אלה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


אלה
'âlâh
aw-law'
A primitive root (rather identical with H422 through the idea of invocation); to bewail

KJV Usage: lament.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB474

אלה

1. (Qal) to lament, wail
Origin: a primitive root [rather identical with H422 through the idea of invocation]
TWOT: 95
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
אָלָה
a.lah
H:V
to wail
1) (Qal) to lament, wail

View how H421 אלה is used in the Bible

One occurence of H421 אלה

Joel 1:8 Lament

Distinct usage

1 Lament


Related words

H421 אלה

H480 אללי 'ale lay
אללי
'ale lay
al-le-lah'ee
By reduplication from H421; alas!

KJV Usage: woe.


H422 אלה 'âlâh

אלה
'âlâh
aw-law'
A primitive root; properly to adjure, that is, (usually in a bad sense) imprecate

KJV Usage: adjure, curse, swear.


H423 אלה 'âlâh
אלה
'âlâh
aw-law'
From H422; an imprecation

KJV Usage: curse, cursing, execration, oath, swearing.


H451 אליה 'alyâh
אליה
'alyâh
al-yaw'
From H422 (in the original sense of strength); the stout part, that is, the fat tail of the Oriental sheep

KJV Usage: rump.


H8381 תּאלה ta'ălâh
תּאלה
ta'ălâh
tah-al-aw'
From H422; an imprecation

KJV Usage: curse.