H6346 פּחה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

Of foreign origin; a prefect (of a city or small district)

KJV Usage: captain, deputy, governor.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions



1. governor
Origin: of foreign origin
TWOT: 1757
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

1) governor

View how H6346 פּחה is used in the Bible

28 occurrences of H6346 פּחה

1 Kings 10:15 and of the governors
1 Kings 20:24 captains
2 Kings 18:24 captain
2 Chronicles 9:14 and governors
Ezra 8:36 and to the governors
Nehemiah 2:7 me to the governors
Nehemiah 2:9 to the governors
Nehemiah 3:7 of the governor
Nehemiah 5:14 to be their governor
Nehemiah 5:14 of the governor.
Nehemiah 5:15 governors
Nehemiah 5:18 of the governor,
Nehemiah 12:26 the governor,
Esther 3:12 and to the governors
Esther 8:9 and the governors
Esther 9:3 and the governors,
Isaiah 36:9 captain
Jeremiah 51:23 captains
Jeremiah 51:28 their captains,
Jeremiah 51:57 men, her captains,
Ezekiel 23:6 captains
Ezekiel 23:12 captains
Ezekiel 23:23 captains
Haggai 1:1 governor
Haggai 1:14 governor
Haggai 2:2 governor
Haggai 2:21 governor
Malachi 1:8 it now to thy governor;

Distinct usage

5 captains
4 governor
2 captain
2 and to the governors
1 me to the governors
1 to the governors
1 of the governor
1 to be their governor
1 of the governor.
1 governors
1 of the governor,
1 the governor,
1 and the governors
1 and the governors,
1 their captains,
1 men, her captains,
1 it now to thy governor;
1 and of the governors
1 and governors

Corresponding Greek Words

pechah G758 archon
pechah G2232 hegemon
pechah G2233 hegeomai

Related words

H6346 פּחה

H6347 פּחה pechâh
(Chaldee); corresponding to H6346

KJV Usage: captain, governor.