H441 אלּף אלּוּף - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


אלּף אלּוּף
'alûph 'allûph
al-loof', al-loof'
From H502; familiar; a friend, also gentle; hence a bullock (as being tame; applied, although masculine, to a cow); and so a chieftain (as notable like neat cattle)

KJV Usage: captain, duke, (chief) friend, governor, guide, ox.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB503
BDB506

אלּף אלּוּף

1. tame, docile
2. friend, intimate
3. chief
Origin: from H502
TWOT: 109b
Parts of Speech: Adjective Masculine

View how H441 אלּף אלּוּף is used in the Bible

First 30 of 69 occurrences of H441 אלּף אלּוּף

Genesis 36:15 These were chiefs
Genesis 36:15 chief
Genesis 36:15 chief
Genesis 36:15 chief
Genesis 36:15 chief
Genesis 36:16 Chief
Genesis 36:16 chief
Genesis 36:16 and chief
Genesis 36:16 these are the chiefs
Genesis 36:17 chief
Genesis 36:17 chief
Genesis 36:17 chief
Genesis 36:17 chief
Genesis 36:17 these are the chiefs
Genesis 36:18 chief
Genesis 36:18 chief
Genesis 36:18 chief
Genesis 36:18 these were the chiefs
Genesis 36:19 and these are their chiefs.
Genesis 36:21 these are the chiefs
Genesis 36:29 These are the chiefs
Genesis 36:29 chief
Genesis 36:29 chief
Genesis 36:29 chief
Genesis 36:29 chief
Genesis 36:30 Chief
Genesis 36:30 chief
Genesis 36:30 chief
Genesis 36:30 these are the chiefs
Genesis 36:30 among their chiefs

Distinct usage

41 chief
7 these are the chiefs
1 These were chiefs
1 and chief
1 these were the chiefs
1 and these are their chiefs.
1 among their chiefs
1 of the chiefs
1 the chiefs
1 also. And the chiefs
1 were; chief
1 my guide,
1 the guide
1 chief friends.
1 them to be captains,
1 in a guide:
1 and he shall be as a governor
1 And the governors
1 the governors
1 or an ox
1 thou art the guide
1 That our oxen
1 very friends.

Corresponding Greek Words

alluph G172 a kakos
alluph G747 archegos
alluph G1016 bous
alluph G1319 didaskalia
alluph G2231 hegemonia
alluph G2232 hegemon
alluph G2233 hegeomai
alluph G3609 oikeios
alluph G5384 philos
alluph G5506 chiliarchos


Related words

H441 אלּף אלּוּף

H502 אלף 'âlaph

אלף
'âlaph
aw-lof'
A primitive root, to associate with; hence to learn (and causatively to teach)

KJV Usage: learn, teach, utter.


H504 אלף 'eleph
אלף
'eleph
eh'-lef
From H502; a family; also (from the sense of yoking or taming) an ox or cow

KJV Usage: family, kine, oxen.