H4419 מלּח - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מלּח
mallâch
mal-lawkh'
From H4414 in its secondary sense; a sailor (as following ‘the salt’)

KJV Usage: mariner.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4664

מלּח

1. mariner, sailor, seaman
Origin: from H4414 in its second. sense
TWOT: 1197d
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
מַלָּח
mal.lach
H:N-M
mariner
1) mariner, sailor, seaman

View how H4419 מלּח is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of H4419 מלּח

Ezekiel 27:9 with their mariners
Ezekiel 27:27 thy mariners,
Ezekiel 27:29 the mariners,
Jonah 1:5 Then the mariners

Distinct usage

1 with their mariners
1 the mariners,
1 Then the mariners
1 thy mariners,


Related words

H4419

H4414 מלח mâlach

מלח
mâlach
maw-lakh'
A primitive root; properly to rub to pieces or pulverize; intransitively to disappear as dust; also (as denominative from H4417) to salt whether internally (to season with salt) or externally (to rub with salt)

KJV Usage: X at all, salt, season, temper together, vanish away.


H4408 מלּוּח mallûach
מלּוּח
mallûach
mal-loo'-akh
From H4414; sea purslain (from its saltness)

KJV Usage: mallows.


H4415 מלח me lach
מלח
me lach
mel-akh'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H4414; to eat salt, that is, (generally) subsist

KJV Usage: + have maintenance.


H4417 מלח melach
מלח
melach
meh'-lakh
From H4414; properly powder, that is, (specifically) salt (as easily pulverized and dissolved)

KJV Usage: salt ([-pit]).


H4418 מלח mâlâch
מלח
mâlâch
maw-lawkh'
From H4414 in its original sense; a rag or old garment

KJV Usage: rotten rag.


H4420 מלחה me lêchâh
מלחה
me lêchâh
mel-ay-khaw'
From H4414 (in its denominative sense); properly salted (that is, land (H776 being understood)), that is, a desert

KJV Usage: barren land (-ness), salt [land].