H6854 צפרדּע - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


צפרדּע
tse phardêa‛
tsef-ar-day'-ah
From H6852 and a word elsewhere unused meaning a swamp; a marsh leaper, that is, frog

KJV Usage: frog.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7221

צפרדּע

1. frogs
Origin: from H6852 and a word elsewhere unused meaning a swamp
TWOT: 1963
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
צְפַרְדֵּעַ
tse.phar.de.a
H:N-F
frog
1) frogs

View how H6854 צפרדּע is used in the Bible

13 occurrences of H6854 צפרדּע

Exodus 8:2 with frogs:
Exodus 8:3 frogs
Exodus 8:4 And the frogs
Exodus 8:5 and cause frogs
Exodus 8:6 and the frogs
Exodus 8:7 frogs
Exodus 8:8 the frogs
Exodus 8:9 the frogs
Exodus 8:11 And the frogs
Exodus 8:12 the frogs
Exodus 8:13 and the frogs
Psalms 78:45 them; and frogs,
Psalms 105:30 frogs

Distinct usage

4 And the frogs
3 frogs
3 the frogs
1 with frogs:
1 and cause frogs
1 them; and frogs,

Corresponding Greek Words

tsephardea G944 batrachos *


Related words

H6854 צפרדּע

H6852 צפר tsâphar

צפר
tsâphar
tsaw-far'
A primitive root; to skip about, that is, return

KJV Usage: depart early.


H2953 טפר ṭe phar
טפר
e phar
tef-ar'
(Chaldee); from a root corresponding to H6852, and meaning the same as H6856; a finger nail; also a hoof or claw

KJV Usage: nail.


H6691 צופר tsôphar
צופר
tsôphar
tso-far'
From H6852; departing; Tsophar, a friend of Job

KJV Usage: Zophar.


H6833 צפּר צפּור tsippôr tsippôr
צפּר צפּור
tsippôr tsippôr
tsip-pore', tsip-pore'
From H6852; a little bird (as hopping)

KJV Usage: bird, fowl, sparrow.


H6842 צפיר tsâphı̂yr
צפיר
tsâphı̂yr
tsaw-feer'
From H6852; a male goat (as prancing)

KJV Usage: (he) goat.


H6856 צפּרן tsippôren
צפּרן
tsippôren
tsip-po'-ren
From H6852 (in the denominative sense (from H6833) of scratching); properly a claw, that is, (human) nail; also the point of a style (or pen, tipped with adamant)

KJV Usage: nail, point.