H6754 צלם - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


צלם
tselem
tseh'-lem
From an unused root meaning to shade; a phantom, that is, (figuratively) illusion, resemblance; hence a representative figure, especially an idol

KJV Usage: image, vain shew.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7088
BDB9843

צלם

1. image
a. images (of tumours, mice, heathen gods)
b. image, likeness (of resemblance)
c. mere, empty, image, semblance (fig.)
Origin: from an unused root meaning to shade
TWOT: 1923a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
צֶ֫לֶם
tse.lem
H:N-M
image
1) image
1a) images (of tumours, mice, heathen gods)
1b) image, likeness (of resemblance)
1c) mere, empty, image, semblance (fig.)

View how H6754 צלם is used in the Bible

17 occurrences of H6754 צלם

Genesis 1:26 in our image,
Genesis 1:27 in his own image,
Genesis 1:27 in the image
Genesis 5:3 after his image;
Genesis 9:6 for in the image
Numbers 33:52 images,
1 Samuel 6:5 images
1 Samuel 6:5 and images
1 Samuel 6:11 and the images
2 Kings 11:18 and his images
2 Chronicles 23:17 and his images
Psalms 39:6 in a vain show:
Psalms 73:20 their image.
Ezekiel 7:20 the images
Ezekiel 16:17 to thyself images
Ezekiel 23:14 the images
Amos 5:26 your images,

Distinct usage

2 and his images
2 the images
1 in our image,
1 in his own image,
1 in the image
1 after his image;
1 for in the image
1 images
1 and images
1 and the images
1 in a vain show:
1 their image.
1 to thyself images
1 your images,
1 images,

Corresponding Greek Words

tselem G1497 eidolon
tselem G1504 eikon
tselem G3444 morphe
tselem G3667 homoioma
tselem G3799 opsis
tselem G5179 tupos


Related words

H6754 צלם

H6751 צלל tsâlal
צלל
tsâlal
tsaw-lal'
A primitive root (rather identical with H6749 through the idea of hovering over (compare H6754)); to shade, as twilight or an opaque object

KJV Usage: begin to be dark, shadowing.


H6755 צלם צלם tselem tse lem
צלם צלם
tselem tse lem
tseh'-lem, tsel-em'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H6754; an idolatrous figure

KJV Usage: form, image.


H6756 צלמון tsalmôn
צלמון
tsalmôn
tsal-mone'
From H6754; shady; Tsalmon, the name of a place in Palestine and of an Israelite

KJV Usage: Zalmon.