H6765 צלפחד - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


צלפחד
tse lophchâd
tsel-of-khawd'
From the same as H6764 and H259; Tselophchad, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Zelophehad.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7099

צלפחד
Zelophehad = "first-born"
1. a Manassite, son of Hepher and grandson of Gilead; came out of Egypt with Moses and died in the wilderness leaving only five daughters as heirs; their right to the inheritance was confirmed by divine direction
Origin: from the same as H6764 and H259
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Masculine

TBESH:
צְלׇפְחָד
tse.loph.chad
N:N-M-P
Zelophehad
Zelophehad = "first-born"
1) a Manassite, son of Hepher and grandson of Gilead; came out of Egypt with Moses and died in the wilderness leaving only five daughters as heirs; their right to the inheritance was confirmed by divine direction

View how H6765 צלפחד is used in the Bible

11 occurrences of H6765 צלפחד

Numbers 26:33 And Zelophehad
Numbers 26:33 of Zelophehad
Numbers 27:1 of Zelophehad,
Numbers 27:7 of Zelophehad
Numbers 36:2 of Zelophehad
Numbers 36:6 of Zelophehad,
Numbers 36:10 of Zelophehad:
Numbers 36:11 of Zelophehad,
Joshua 17:3 But Zelophehad,
1 Chronicles 7:15 was Zelophehad:
1 Chronicles 7:15 and Zelophehad

Distinct usage

3 of Zelophehad
3 of Zelophehad,
2 And Zelophehad
1 of Zelophehad:
1 But Zelophehad,
1 was Zelophehad:


Related words

H6765 צלפחד

H6764 צלף tsâlâph

צלף
tsâlâph
tsaw-lawf'
From an unused root of unknown meaning; Tsalaph, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Zalaph.


H259 אחד 'echâd

אחד
'echâd
ekh-awd'
A numeral from H258; properly united, that is, one; or (as an ordinal) first

KJV Usage: a, alike, alone, altogether, and, any (-thing), apiece, a certain [dai-] ly, each (one), + eleven, every, few, first, + highway, a man, once, one, only, other, some, together.


H2297 חד chad
חד
chad
khad
Abridged from H259; one

KJV Usage: one.


H6249 עשׁתּי ‛ashtêy
עשׁתּי
‛ashtêy
ash-tay'
Apparently masculine plural construction of H6247 in the sense of an after thought; (used only in connection with H6240 in lieu of H259) eleven or (ordinal) eleventh

KJV Usage: + eleven (-th).