H4831 מרעלה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מרעלה
mar‛ălâh
mar-al-aw'
From H7477; perhaps earthquake; Maralah, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Maralah.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4823

מרעלה
Maralah = "trembling"
1. a town or landmark on the border of Zebulun
Origin: from H7477
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Location

TBESH:
מַרְעֲלָה
mar.a.lah
N:N--L
Maralah
Maralah = "trembling"
1) a town or landmark on the border of Zebulun

View how H4831 מרעלה is used in the Bible

One occurence of H4831 מרעלה

Joshua 19:11 and Maralah,

Distinct usage

1 and Maralah,


Related words

H4831 מרעלה

H7477 רעל râ‛al

רעל
râ‛al
raw-al'
A primitive root; to reel, that is, (figuratively) to brandish

KJV Usage: terribly shake.


H7478 רעל ra‛al
רעל
ra‛al
rah'-al
From H7477; a reeling (from intoxication)

KJV Usage: trembling.


H7480 רעליה re ‛êlâyâh
רעליה
re ‛êlâyâh
reh-ay-law-yaw'
From H7477 and H3050; made to tremble (that is, fearful) of Jah; Reelajah, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Reeliah.


H8653 תּרעלה tar‛êlâh
תּרעלה
tar‛êlâh
tar-ay-law'
From H7477; reeling

KJV Usage: astonishment, trembling.