H425 אלה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


אלה
'êlâh
ay-law'
The same as H424; Elah, the name of an Edomite, or four Israelites, and also of a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Elah.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB208

אלה
Elah = "An oak"
1. an Edomite chief
2. a king of Israel for two years, son of Baasha
3. the father of king Hoshea of Israel
4. a son of Caleb
5. son of Uzzi
Origin: the same as H424
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name

TBESH:
אֵלָה
e.lah
N:N-M-P
Elah
Elah = "An oak"
1) an Edomite chief
2) a king of Israel for two years, son of Baasha
3) the father of king Hoshea of Israel
4) a son of Caleb
5) son of Uzzi

View how H425 אלה is used in the Bible

16 occurrences of H425 אלה

Genesis 36:41 Elah,
1 Samuel 17:2 of Elah,
1 Samuel 17:19 of Elah,
1 Samuel 21:9 of Elah,
1 Kings 16:6 and Elah
1 Kings 16:8 began Elah
1 Kings 16:13 of Elah
1 Kings 16:14 of Elah,
2 Kings 15:30 of Elah
2 Kings 17:1 of Elah
2 Kings 18:1 of Elah
2 Kings 18:9 of Elah
1 Chronicles 1:52 Elah,
1 Chronicles 4:15 Elah,
1 Chronicles 4:15 of Elah,
1 Chronicles 9:8 and Elah

Distinct usage

5 of Elah,
5 of Elah
3 Elah,
2 and Elah
1 began Elah


Related words

H425 אלה

H424 אלה 'êlâh

אלה
'êlâh
ay-law'
Feminine of H352; an oak or other strong tree

KJV Usage: elm, oak, teil tree


H414 אלא 'êlâ'
אלא
'êlâ'
ay-law'
A variation of H424; oak; Ela, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Elah.


H427 אלּה 'allâh
אלּה
'allâh
al-law'
A variation of H424

KJV Usage: oak.