H6063 ענר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


ענר
‛ânêr
aw-nare'
Probably for H5288; Aner, an Amorite, also a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Aner.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6240

ענר
Aner = "boy" n pr m
1. one of the Amorite chiefs who aided Abraham in the pursuit of the 4 invading kings n pr loc
2. a Levitical city west of the Jordan in Manasseh allotted to the Kohathite Levites
Origin: probably for H5288
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech:

TBESH:
עָנֵר
a.ner
N:N-M-P / N:N--L
Aner
Aner = "boy"
n pr m
1) one of the Amorite chiefs who aided Abraham in the pursuit of the 4 invading kings
n pr loc
2) a Levitical city west of the Jordan in Manasseh allotted to the Kohathite Levites

View how H6063 ענר is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of H6063 ענר

Genesis 14:13 of Aner:
Genesis 14:24 me, Aner,
1 Chronicles 6:70 Aner

Distinct usage

1 of Aner:
1 me, Aner,
1 Aner


Related words

H6063 ענר

H5288 נער na‛ar

נער
na‛ar
nah'-ar
From H5287; (concretely) a boy (as active), from the age of infancy to adolescence; by implication a servant; also (by interchange of sex), a girl (of similar latitude in age)

KJV Usage: babe, boy, child, damsel [from the margin], lad, servant, young (man).


H5271 נערה נער נעוּר nâ‛ûr nâ‛ûr ne ‛ûrâh
נערה נער נעוּר
nâ‛ûr nâ‛ûr ne ‛ûrâh
naw-oor', naw-oor', neh-oo-raw'
Properly passive participle from H5288 as denominative; (only in plural collectively or emphatically) youth, the state (juvenility) or the persons (young people)

KJV Usage: childhood, youth.


H5290 נער nô‛ar
נער
nô‛ar
no'-ar
From H5287; (abstractly) boyhood (compare H5288)

KJV Usage: child, youth.


H5291 נערה na‛ărâh
נערה
na‛ărâh
nah-ar-aw'
Feminine of H5288; a girl (from infancy to adolescence)

KJV Usage: damsel, maid (-en), young (woman).


H5293 נערי na‛ăray
נערי
na‛ăray
nah-ar-ah'ee
From H5288; youthful; Naarai, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Naarai.


H5294 נעריה ne ‛aryâh
נעריה
ne ‛aryâh
neh-ar-yaw'
From H5288 and H3050; servant of Jah; Nearjah, the name of two Israelites

KJV Usage: Neariah.


H5295 נערן na‛ărân
נערן
na‛ărân
nah-ar-awn'
From H5288; juvenile; Naaran, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Naaran.