H4685 מצדה מצודה מצוד - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מצדה מצודה מצוד
mâtsôd me tsôdâh me tsôdâh
maw-tsode', mets-o-daw', mets-o-daw'
From H6679; a net (for capturing animals or fishes); also (by interchange for H4679) a fastness or (besieging) tower

KJV Usage: bulwark, hold, munition, net, snare.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6968
BDB6969
BDB6970
BDB6972

מצדה מצודה מצוד
n m
1. siege-works, bulwark
2. hunting implement, net n f
3. net
4. fastness, stronghold
Origin: from H6679
TWOT: 1885d,1885e
Parts of Speech:

View how H4685 מצדה מצודה מצוד is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H4685 מצדה מצודה מצוד

Proverbs 12:12 the net
Ecclesiastes 7:26 is snares
Ecclesiastes 9:12 net,
Ecclesiastes 9:14 bulwarks
Isaiah 29:7 against her and her strong hold,
Ezekiel 19:9 him into strong holds,

Distinct usage

1 the net
1 is snares
1 net,
1 bulwarks
1 against her and her strong hold,
1 him into strong holds,

Corresponding Greek Words

matsod G5482 charax
metsodah G293 amphiblestron
metsodah G5438 phulake


Related words

H4685 מצדה מצודה מצוד

H4686 מצדה מצוּדה מצוּד mâtsûd me tsûdâh me tsûdâh
מצדה מצוּדה מצוּד
mâtsûd me tsûdâh me tsûdâh
maw-tsood', mets-oo-daw', mets-oo-daw'
From H4685; a net, or (abstractly) capture; also a fastness

KJV Usage: castle, defence, fort (-ress), (strong) hold, be hunted, net, snare, strong place.


H6679 צוּד tsûd

צוּד
tsûd
tsood
A primitive root; to lie alongside (that is, in wait); by implication to catch an animal (figuratively men); (denominative from H6718) to victual (for a journey)

KJV Usage: chase, hunt, sore, take (provision).


H4679 מצדה מצד מצד me tsad metsâd metsâdâh
מצדה מצד מצד
me tsad metsâd metsâdâh
mets-ad', mets-awd', mets-aw-daw'
From H6679; a fastness (as a covert of ambush)

KJV Usage: castle, fort, (strong) hold, munition.


H6718 ציד tsayid
ציד
tsayid
tsah'-yid
From a form of H6679 and meaning the same; the chase; also game (thus taken); (generally) lunch (especially for a journey)

KJV Usage: X catcheth, food, X hunter, (that which he took in) hunting, venison, victuals.


H6721 צידן צידון tsı̂ydôn tsı̂ydôn
צידן צידון
tsı̂ydôn tsı̂ydôn
tsee-done', tsee-done'
From H6679 in the sense of catching fish; fishery; Tsidon, the name of a son of Canaan, and of a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Sidon, Zidon.


H4679 מצדה מצד מצד me tsad metsâd metsâdâh

מצדה מצד מצד
me tsad metsâd metsâdâh
mets-ad', mets-awd', mets-aw-daw'
From H6679; a fastness (as a covert of ambush)

KJV Usage: castle, fort, (strong) hold, munition.


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