H6567 פּרשׁ - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


פּרשׁ
pârâsh
paw-rash'
A primitive root; to separate, literally (to disperse) or figuratively (to specify); also (by implication) to wound

KJV Usage: scatter, declare, distinctly, shew, sting.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6826
BDB6828
BDB9824

פּרשׁ

1. to make distinct, declare, distinguish, separate
a. (Qal) to declare, clarify
b. (Pual) to be distinctly declared
2. (Hiphil) to pierce, sting
3. (Niphal) scatter
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 1833,1834
Parts of Speech: Verb

View how H6567 פּרשׁ is used in the Bible

5 occurrences of H6567 פּרשׁ

Leviticus 24:12 might be shown
Numbers 15:34 because it was not declared
Nehemiah 8:8 distinctly,
Proverbs 23:32 and stingeth
Ezekiel 34:12 that are scattered;

Distinct usage

1 might be shown
1 because it was not declared
1 distinctly,
1 and stingeth
1 that are scattered;

Corresponding Greek Words

parash G1252 dia krino
parash hi. G2447 ios
parash ni. see G1316 st. dia chorizo
parash pu. G1321 didasko


Related words

H6567 פּרשׁ

H6568 פּרשׁ pe rash
פּרשׁ
pe rash
per-ash'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H6567; to specify

KJV Usage: distinctly.


H6569 פּרשׁ peresh
פּרשׁ
peresh
peh'-resh
From H6567; excrement (as eliminated)

KJV Usage: dung.


H6571 פּרשׁ pârâsh
פּרשׁ
pârâsh
paw-rawsh'
From H6567; a steed (as stretched out to a vehicle, not single nor for mounting (compare H5483)); also (by implication) a driver (in a chariot), that is, (collectively) cavalry

KJV Usage: horseman.


H6574 פּרשׁדן parshe dôn
פּרשׁדן
parshe dôn
par-shed-one'
Perhaps by compounding H6567 and H6504 (in the sense of straddling), (compare H6576); the crotch (or anus)

KJV Usage: dirt.


H6575 פּרשׁה pârâshâh
פּרשׁה
pârâshâh
paw-raw-shaw'
From H6567; exposition

KJV Usage: declaration, sum.


H6576 פּרשׁז parshêz
פּרשׁז
parshêz
par-shaze'
A root apparently formed by compounding H6567 and that of H6518 (compare H6574); to expand

KJV Usage: spread.


G5330 Φαρισαῖος
Φαρισαῖος
Pharisaios
far-is-ah'-yos
Of Hebrew origin (compare [H6567]); a separatist, that is, exclusively religious; a Pharisaean, that is, Jewish sectary

KJV Usage: Pharisee.