H4477 ממתּק - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


ממתּק
mamtaq
mam-tak'
From H4985; something sweet (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: (most) sweet.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4906

ממתּק

1. sweetness, sweet thing
Origin: from H4985
TWOT: 1268d
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
מַמְתַֿקִּים
mam.taq
H:N-M
sweetness
1) sweetness, sweet thing

View how H4477 ממתּק is used in the Bible

2 occurrences of H4477 ממתּק

Nehemiah 8:10 the sweet,
Song of Songs 5:16 is most sweet:

Distinct usage

1 the sweet,
1 is most sweet:


Related words

H4477 ממתּק

H4985 מתק mâthaq

מתק
mâthaq
maw-thak'
A primitive root; to suck, by implication to relish, or (intransitively) be sweet

KJV Usage: be (made, X take) sweet.


H4966 מתוּק מתוק mâthôq mâthûq
מתוּק מתוק
mâthôq mâthûq
maw-thoke', maw-thook'
From H4985; sweet

KJV Usage: sweet (-er, -ness).


H4986 מתק metheq
מתק
metheq
meh'-thek
From H4985; figuratively pleasantness (of discourse)

KJV Usage: sweetness.


H4987 מתק môtheq
מתק
môtheq
mo'-thek
From H4985; sweetness

KJV Usage: sweetness.


H4988 מתק mâthâq
מתק
mâthâq
maw-thawk'
From H4985; a dainty, that is, (generally) food

KJV Usage: feed sweetly.