H6983 קושׁ - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


קושׁ
qôsh
koshe
A primitive root; to bend; used only as denominative for H3369, to set a trap

KJV Usage: lay a snare.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7389

קושׁ

1. (Qal) to lay bait or lure, lay a snare, lure
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 2006
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
קוּשׁ
qosh
H:V
to lure
1) (Qal) to lay bait or lure, lay a snare, lure

View how H6983 קושׁ is used in the Bible

One occurence of H6983 קושׁ

Isaiah 29:21 and lay a snare

Distinct usage

1 and lay a snare

Corresponding Greek Words

qosh G4348 pros komma
qosh G5087 tithemi


Related words

H6983 קושׁ

H6984 קוּשׁיהוּ qûshâyâhû
קוּשׁיהוּ
qûshâyâhû
koo-shaw-yaw'-hoo
From the passive participle of H6983 and H3050; entrapped of Jah; Kushajah, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Kushaiah.


H7027 קישׁ qı̂ysh
קישׁ
qı̂ysh
keesh
From H6983; a bow; Kish, the name of five Israelites

KJV Usage: Kish.


H7028 קישׁון qı̂yshôn
קישׁון
qı̂yshôn
kee-shone'
From H6983; winding; Kishon, a river of Palestine

KJV Usage: Kishon, Kison.


H7029 קישׁי qı̂yshı̂y
קישׁי
qı̂yshı̂y
kee-shee'
From H6983; bowed; Kishi, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Kishi.


H7198 קשׁת qesheth
קשׁת
qesheth
keh'-sheth
From H7185 in the original sense (of H6983) of bending; a bow, for shooting (hence figuratively strength) or the iris

KJV Usage: X arch (-er), + arrow, bow ([-man, -shot]).


H3369 יקשׁ yâqôsh

יקשׁ
yâqôsh
yaw-koshe'
A primitive root; to ensnare (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: fowler (lay a) snare.


H3352 יקושׁ yâqôsh
יקושׁ
yâqôsh
yaw-koshe'
From H3369; properly entangling; hence a snarer

KJV Usage: fowler.


H3353 יקוּשׁ yâqûsh
יקוּשׁ
yâqûsh
yaw-koosh'
Passive participle of H3369; properly entangled, that is, by implication (intransitively) a snare, or (transitively) a snarer

KJV Usage: fowler, snare.


H3370 יקשׁן yoqshân
יקשׁן
yoqshân
yok-shawn'
From H3369; insidious; Jokshan, an Arabian patriarch

KJV Usage: Jokshan.


H4170 מקשׁ מוקשׁ môqêsh môqêsh
מקשׁ מוקשׁ
môqêsh môqêsh
mo-kashe', mo-kashe'
From H3369; a noose (for catching animals), (literally or figuratively); by implication a hook (for the nose)

KJV Usage: be ensnared, gin, (is) snare (-d), trap.