H6145 ער - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


ער
‛âr
awr
From H5782; a foe (as watchful for mischief)

KJV Usage: enemy.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6344
BDB9799

ער

1. enemy, adversary, foe
Origin: from H5782
TWOT: 1684+
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
עָר
ar
H:N-M
enemy
1) enemy, adversary, foe

View how H6145 ער is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H6145 ער

1 Samuel 28:16 from thee, and hath become thy enemy?
Psalms 9:6 cities;
Psalms 139:20 and thy enemies
Isaiah 14:21 with cities.
Micah 5:11 the cities
Micah 5:14 thy cities.

Distinct usage

1 from thee, and hath become thy enemy?
1 and thy enemies
1 the cities
1 thy cities.
1 cities;
1 with cities.


Related words

H6145 ער

H6146 ער ‛âr
ער
‛âr
awr
(Chaldee); corresponding to H6145

KJV Usage: enemy.


H5782 עוּר ‛ûr

עוּר
‛ûr
oor
A primitive root (rather identical with H5783 through the idea of opening the eyes); to wake (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: (a-) wake (-n, up), lift up (self), X master, raise (up), stir up (self).


H5892 עיר ער עיר ‛ı̂yr ‛âr ‛âyar
עיר ער עיר
‛ı̂yr ‛âr ‛âyar
eer, awr, aw-yar'
From H5782 a city (a place guarded by waking or a watch) in the widest sense (even of a mere encampment or post)

KJV Usage: Ai [from margin], city, court [from margin], town.


H5894 עיר ‛ı̂yr
עיר
‛ı̂yr
eer
(Chaldee); from a root corresponding to H5782; a watcher, that is, an angel (as guardian)

KJV Usage: watcher.


H5895 עיר ‛ayir
עיר
‛ayir
ah'-yeer
From H5782 in the sense of raising (that is, bearing a burden); properly a young ass (as just broken to a load); hence an ass colt

KJV Usage: (ass) colt, foal, young ass.


H5896 עירא ‛ı̂yrâ'
עירא
‛ı̂yrâ'
ee-raw'
From H5782; wakefulness; Ira, the name of three Israelites

KJV Usage: Ira.


H6147 ער ‛êr
ער
‛êr
ayr
From H5782; watchful; Er, the name of two Israelites

KJV Usage: Er.


H6179 ערי ‛êrı̂y
ערי
‛êrı̂y
ay-ree'
From H5782; watchful; Eri, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Eri.


H6197 ערן ‛êrân
ערן
‛êrân
ay-rawn'
Probably from H5782; watchful; Eran, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Eran.