H6354 פּחת - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


פּחת
pachath
pakh'-ath
Probably from an unused root apparently meaning to dig; a pit, especially for catching animals

KJV Usage: hole, pit, snare.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6590

פּחת

1. pit, hole
Origin: probably from an unused root apparently meaning to dig
TWOT: TWOT - 1761a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
פַּ֫חַת
pa.chat
H:N-M
pit
1) pit, hole

View how H6354 פּחת is used in the Bible

10 occurrences of H6354 פּחת

2 Samuel 17:9 pit,
2 Samuel 18:17 pit
Isaiah 24:17 and the pit,
Isaiah 24:18 into the pit;
Isaiah 24:18 of the pit
Jeremiah 48:28 of the pit's
Jeremiah 48:43 and the pit,
Jeremiah 48:44 into the pit;
Jeremiah 48:44 out of the pit
Lamentations 3:47 and a snare

Distinct usage

2 and the pit,
2 into the pit;
1 pit,
1 pit
1 of the pit
1 out of the pit
1 of the pit's
1 and a snare

Corresponding Greek Words

pachat G999 bothunos
pachat G5490 chasma


Related words

H6354

H6355 פּחת מואב pachath mô'âb
פּחת מואב
pachath mô'âb
pakh'-ath mo-awb'
From H6354 and H4124; pit of Moab; Pachath Moab, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Pahath-moab.


H6356 פּחתת pe chetheth
פּחתת
pe chetheth
pekh-eh'-theth
From the same as H6354; a hole (by mildew in a garment)

KJV Usage: fret inward.