H6455 פּסּח - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


פּסּח
pissêach
pis-say'-akh
From H6452; lame

KJV Usage: lame.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6698

פּסּח

1. lame
Origin: from H6452
TWOT: 1787a
Parts of Speech: Adjective

TBESH:
פִּסֵּחַ
pis.se.ach
H:A
lame
1) lame

View how H6455 פּסּח is used in the Bible

14 occurrences of H6455 פּסּח

Leviticus 21:18 or a lame,
Deuteronomy 15:21 in it, as if it is lame,
2 Samuel 5:6 and the lame,
2 Samuel 5:8 and the lame
2 Samuel 5:8 and the lame
2 Samuel 9:13 and was lame
2 Samuel 19:26 is lame.
Job 29:15 was I to the lame.
Proverbs 26:7 of the lame
Isaiah 33:23 the lame
Isaiah 35:6 Then shall the lame
Jeremiah 31:8 and the lame,
Malachi 1:8 the lame
Malachi 1:13 and the lame,

Distinct usage

3 and the lame,
2 the lame
2 and the lame
1 or a lame,
1 in it, as if it is lame,
1 and was lame
1 is lame.
1 was I to the lame.
1 of the lame
1 Then shall the lame

Corresponding Greek Words

pisseach G5560 cholos


Related words

H6455 פּסּח

H6452 פּסח pâsach

פּסח
pâsach
paw-sakh'
A primitive root; to hop, that is, (figuratively) skip over (or spare); by implication to hesitate; also (literally) to limp, to dance

KJV Usage: halt, become lame, leap, pass over.


H6453 פּסח pesach
פּסח
pesach
peh'-sakh
From H6452; a pretermission, that is, exemption; used only technically of the Jewish Passover (the festival or the victim)

KJV Usage: passover (offering).


H6454 פּסח pâsêach
פּסח
pâsêach
paw-say'-akh
From H6452; limping; Paseach, the name of two Israelites

KJV Usage: Paseah, Phaseah.


H8607 תּפסח tiphsach
תּפסח
tiphsach
tif-sakh'
From H6452; ford; Tiphsach, a place in Mesopotamia

KJV Usage: Tipsah.