H7354 רחל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

The same as H7353; Rachel, a wife of Jacob

KJV Usage: Rachel.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


Rachel = "ewe"
1. daughter of Laban, wife of Jacob, and mother of Joseph and Benjamin
Origin: the same as H7353
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Feminine

Rachel = "ewe"
1) daughter of Laban, wife of Jacob, and mother of Joseph and Benjamin

View how H7354 רחל is used in the Bible

First 30 of 47 occurrences of H7354 רחל

Genesis 29:6 and, behold, Rachel
Genesis 29:9 with them, Rachel
Genesis 29:10 Rachel
Genesis 29:11 Rachel,
Genesis 29:12 Rachel
Genesis 29:16 was Rachel.
Genesis 29:17 but Rachel
Genesis 29:18 Rachel;
Genesis 29:18 for Rachel
Genesis 29:20 for Rachel;
Genesis 29:25 with thee for Rachel?
Genesis 29:28 him Rachel
Genesis 29:29 to Rachel
Genesis 29:30 also to Rachel,
Genesis 29:30 also Rachel
Genesis 29:31 but Rachel
Genesis 30:1 And when Rachel
Genesis 30:1 no children, Rachel
Genesis 30:2 against Rachel:
Genesis 30:6 And Rachel
Genesis 30:7 Rachel's
Genesis 30:8 And Rachel
Genesis 30:14 Then Rachel
Genesis 30:15 also? And Rachel
Genesis 30:22 Rachel,
Genesis 30:25 And it came to pass, when Rachel
Genesis 31:4 Rachel
Genesis 31:14 And Rachel
Genesis 31:19 and Rachel
Genesis 31:32 not that Rachel

Distinct usage

7 And Rachel
5 Rachel
2 Rachel,
2 but Rachel
2 to Rachel
2 Rachel's
1 and, behold, Rachel
1 with them, Rachel
1 was Rachel.
1 for Rachel;
1 with thee for Rachel?
1 him Rachel
1 also to Rachel,
1 also Rachel
1 against Rachel:
1 Then Rachel
1 also? And Rachel
1 not that Rachel
1 into Rachel's
1 Now Rachel
1 and to Rachel,
1 and Rachel,
1 of Rachel;
1 of Rachel
1 like Rachel
1 Rachel;
1 for Rachel
1 of Rachel,
1 And it came to pass, when Rachel
1 of Rachel's
1 And when Rachel
1 no children, Rachel
1 by Rachel's

Related words


G4478 Ῥαχήλ
Of Hebrew origin [H7354]; Rachel, the wife of Jacob

KJV Usage: Rachel.

H7353 רחל râchêl

From an unused root meaning to journey; a ewe (the females being the predominant element of a flock), (as a good traveller)

KJV Usage: ewe, sheep.