H6122 עקבה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


עקבה
‛oqbâh
ok-baw'
Feminine of an unused form from H6117 meaning a trick; trickery

KJV Usage: subtilty.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6314

עקבה

1. subtlety, insidiousness, craftiness
Origin: from an unused form from H6117 meaning a trick
TWOT: 1676d
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
עׇקְבָה
oq.vah
H:N-F
cunning
1) subtlety, insidiousness, craftiness

View how H6122 עקבה is used in the Bible

One occurence of H6122 עקבה

2 Kings 10:19 it deceitfully,

Distinct usage

1 it deceitfully,


Related words

H6122 עקבה

H6117 עקב ‛âqab

עקב
‛âqab
aw-kab'
A primitive root; properly to swell out or up; used only as denominative from H6119, to seize by the heel; figuratively to circumvent (as if tripping up the heels); also to restrain (as if holding by the heel)

KJV Usage: take by the heel, stay, supplant, X utterly.


H3290 יעקב ya‛ăqôb
יעקב
ya‛ăqôb
yah-ak-obe'
From H6117; heel catcher (that is, supplanter); Jaakob, the Israelitish patriarch

KJV Usage: Jacob.


H6118 עקב ‛êqeb
עקב
‛êqeb
ay'-keb
From H6117 in the sense of H6119; a heel, that is, (figuratively) the last of anything (used adverbially for ever); also result, that is, compensation; and so (adverbially with preposition or relatively) on account of

KJV Usage: X because, by, end, for, if, reward.


H6119 עקּבה עקב ‛âqêb ‛iqqe bâh
עקּבה עקב
‛âqêb ‛iqqe bâh
aw-kabe', ik-keb-aw'
From H6117; a heel (as protuberant); hence a track; figuratively the rear (of an army). (lier in wait is by mistake for H6120.)

KJV Usage: heel, [horse-] hoof, last, lier in wait [by mistake for H6120], (foot-) step.


H6120 עקב ‛âqêb
עקב
‛âqêb
aw-kabe'
From H6117 in its denominative sense; a lier in wait . (heel is by mistake for H6119.)

KJV Usage: heel [by mistake for H6119].


H6121 עקב ‛âqôb
עקב
‛âqôb
aw-kobe'
From H6117; in the original sense, a knoll (as swelling up); in the denominative sense (transitively) fraudulent or (intransitively) tracked

KJV Usage: crooked, deceitful, polluted.


H6126 עקּוּב ‛aqqûb
עקּוּב
‛aqqûb
ak-koob'
From H6117; insidious; Akkub, the name of five Israelites

KJV Usage: Akkub.


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