H6178 ערוּץ - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


ערוּץ
‛ârûts
aw-roots'
Passive participle of H6206; feared, that is, (concretely) a horrible place or chasm

KJV Usage: cliffs.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6409

ערוּץ

1. dreadful
2. (CLBL) chasm, ravine, steep slope
Origin: pass. part. of H6206
TWOT: 1702a
Parts of Speech: Adjective

TBESH:
עָרוּץ
a.ruts
H:A
dreadful
1) dreadful
2) (CLBL) chasm, ravine, steep slope

View how H6178 ערוּץ is used in the Bible

One occurence of H6178 ערוּץ

Job 30:6 in the clefts

Distinct usage

1 in the clefts


Related words

H6178 ערוּץ

H6206 ערץ ‛ârats

ערץ
‛ârats
aw-rats'
A primitive root; to awe or (intransitively) to dread; hence to harass

KJV Usage: be affrighted (afraid, dread, feared, terrified), break, dread, fear, oppress, prevail, shake terribly.


H4637 מערצה ma‛ărâtsâh
מערצה
ma‛ărâtsâh
mah-ar-aw-tsaw'
From H6206; violence

KJV Usage: terror.


H6184 עריץ ‛ârı̂yts
עריץ
‛ârı̂yts
aw-reets'
From H6206; fearful, that is, powerful or tyrannical

KJV Usage: mighty, oppressor, in great power, strong, terrible, violent.