H5283 נעמן - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


נעמן
na‛ămân
nah-am-awn'
The same as H5282; Naaman, the name of an Israelite and of a Damascene

KJV Usage: Naaman.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB5264

נעמן
Naaman = "pleasantness"
1. son of Bela of the family of Benjamin; he was among the family of Jacob that went down to Egypt
2. commander-in-chief of the army of Syria; stricken with leprosy he went to Elisha, eventually followed his instructions, and was cured
Origin: the same as H5282
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Masculine

TBESH:
נַעֲמָן
na.a.man
N:N-M-P
Naaman
Naaman = "pleasantness"
1) son of Bela of the family of Benjamin; he was among the family of Jacob that went down to Egypt
2) commander-in-chief of the army of Syria; stricken with leprosy he went to Elisha, eventually followed his instructions, and was cured

View how H5283 נעמן is used in the Bible

16 occurrences of H5283 נעמן

Genesis 46:21 and Naaman,
Numbers 26:40 and Naaman:
Numbers 26:40 and of Naaman,
2 Kings 5:1 Now Naaman,
2 Kings 5:2 Naaman's
2 Kings 5:6 Naaman
2 Kings 5:9 So Naaman
2 Kings 5:11 But Naaman
2 Kings 5:17 And Naaman
2 Kings 5:20 Naaman
2 Kings 5:21 Naaman.
2 Kings 5:21 And when Naaman
2 Kings 5:23 And Naaman
2 Kings 5:27 therefore of Naaman
1 Chronicles 8:4 and Naaman,
1 Chronicles 8:7 And Naaman,

Distinct usage

3 and Naaman,
2 Naaman
2 And Naaman
1 and Naaman:
1 and of Naaman,
1 Now Naaman,
1 So Naaman
1 Naaman.
1 And when Naaman
1 Naaman's
1 therefore of Naaman
1 But Naaman


Related words

H5283

H5280 נעמי na‛ămı̂y
נעמי
na‛ămı̂y
nah-am-ee'
Patronymic from H5283; a Naamanite, or descendant of Naaman (collectively)

KJV Usage: Naamites.


G3497 Νεεμάν
Νεεμάν
Neeman
neh-eh-man'
Of Hebrew origin [H5283]; Neeman (that is, Naaman), a Syrian

KJV Usage: Naaman.


H5282 נעמן na‛ămân

נעמן
na‛ămân
nah-am-awn'
From H5276; pleasantness (plural as concrete)

KJV Usage: pleasant.