From H6284; the mouth (as the means of blowing), whether literally or figuratively (particularly speech); specifically edge, portion or side; adverbially (with preposition) accordingto
KJV Usage: accord (-ing as, -ing to), after, appointment, assent, collar, command (-ment), X eat, edge, end, entry, + file, hole, X in, mind, mouth, part, portion, X (should) say (-ing), sentence, skirt, sound, speech, X spoken, talk, tenor, X to, + two-edged, wish, word.
peh 1. mouth a. mouth (of man) b. mouth (as organ of speech) c. mouth (of animals) d. mouth, opening, orifice (of a well, river, etc) e. extremity, end pim 2. a weight equal to one third of a shekel, occurs only in 1 Sa. 13:21
Origin: from H6284
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine TBESH:
peh 1) mouth 1a) mouth (of man) 1b) mouth (as organ of speech) 1c) mouth (of animals) 1d) mouth, opening, orifice (of a well, river, etc) 1e) extremity, end pim 2) a weight equal to one third of a shekel, occurs only in 1Sa 13:21
H6366 פּיּה פּיה pêyâh pı̂yâhפּיּה פּיה
Feminine of H6310; an edge
KJV Usage: (two-) edge (-d).
H6367 פּי החרת pı̂y hachirôthפּי החרת
From H6310 and the feminine plural of a noun (from the same root as H2356), with the article interposed; mouthofthegorges; Pi-ha-Chiroth, a place in Egypt. (Found in Numbers 14:19 without the “pi” .)
KJV Usage: Pi-hahiroth. [In Num. H14 : H19 without Pi-.]
H6369 פּיכל pı̂ykôlפּיכל
Apparently from H6310 and H3605; mouthofall; Picol, a Phillistine
KJV Usage: Phichol.
H6372 פּינחס pı̂yne châsפּינחס
Apparently from H6310 and a variation of H5175; mouthofaserpent; Pinechas, the name of three Israelites
KJV Usage: Phinehas.
H6433 פּם pûmפּם
(Chaldee); probably for H6310; the mouth (literally or figuratively)
A primitive root; to puff, that is, blow away
KJV Usage: scatter into corners.
H4648 מפבשׁת מפיבשׁת me phı̂ybôsheth mephibôshethמפבשׁת מפיבשׁת
me phı̂ybôsheth mephibôsheth
Probably from H6284 and H1322; dispellerofshame (that is, of Baal); Mephibosheth, the name of two Israelites
KJV Usage: Mephibosheth.
H6312 פּוּה פּוּאה pû'âh pûvvâhפּוּה פּוּאה
From H6284; a blast; Puah or Puvvah, the name of two Israelites