H5787 עוּר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

Intensive from H5786; blind (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: blind (men, people).

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions



1. blind
a. blind (physically)
b. blind (fig.)
Origin: intensive from H5786
TWOT: 1586a
Parts of Speech: Adjective

1) blind
1a) blind (physically)
1b) blind (fig.)

View how H5787 עוּר is used in the Bible

26 occurrences of H5787 עוּר

Exodus 4:11 or the blind?
Leviticus 19:14 the blind,
Leviticus 21:18 a blind
Deuteronomy 15:21 or blind,
Deuteronomy 27:18 be he that maketh the blind
Deuteronomy 28:29 as the blind
2 Samuel 5:6 the blind
2 Samuel 5:8 and the blind,
2 Samuel 5:8 The blind
Job 29:15 to the blind,
Psalms 146:8 the eyes of the blind:
Isaiah 29:18 of the blind
Isaiah 35:5 of the blind
Isaiah 42:7 the blind
Isaiah 42:16 the blind
Isaiah 42:18 ye blind,
Isaiah 42:19 Who is blind,
Isaiah 42:19 who is blind
Isaiah 42:19 and blind
Isaiah 43:8 the blind
Isaiah 56:10 are blind:
Isaiah 59:10 like the blind,
Jeremiah 31:8 and with them the blind
Lamentations 4:14 as blind
Zephaniah 1:17 like blind men,
Malachi 1:8 the blind

Distinct usage

6 the blind
2 of the blind
1 or the blind?
1 a blind
1 or blind,
1 to the blind,
1 the eyes of the blind:
1 ye blind,
1 Who is blind,
1 who is blind
1 and blind
1 are blind:
1 as blind
1 like blind men,
1 and the blind,
1 and with them the blind
1 be he that maketh the blind
1 the blind,
1 like the blind,
1 as the blind

Corresponding Greek Words

ivver G5185 tuphlos
ivver G5186 tuphloo

Related words


H5788 עוּרת עוּרון ‛ivvârôn ‛avvereth
עוּרת עוּרון
‛ivvârôn ‛avvereth
iv-vaw-rone', av-veh'-reth
From H5787; blindness

KJV Usage: blind (-ness).

H5786 עור ‛âvar

A primitive root (rather denominative from H5785 through the idea of a film over the eyes); to blind

KJV Usage: blind, put out. See also H5895.

H4295 מטּה maṭṭâh
From H5786 with directive enclitic appended; downward, below or beneath; often adverbially with or without prefixes

KJV Usage: beneath, down (-ward), less, very low, under (-neath).