H7557 רקּת - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


רקּת
raqqath
rak-kath'
From H7556 in its original sense of diffusing; a beach (as expanded shingle); Rakkath, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Rakkath.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB8119

רקּת
Rakkath = "shore"
1. a fortified city in Naphtali
Origin: from H7556 in its original sense of diffusing
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Location

TBESH:
רַקַּת
raq.qat
N:N--L
Rakkath
Rakkath = "shore"
1) a fortified city in Naphtali

View how H7557 רקּת is used in the Bible

One occurence of H7557 רקּת

Joshua 19:35 Rakkath,

Distinct usage

1 Rakkath,


Related words

H7557 רקּת

H7556 רקק râqaq

רקק
râqaq
raw-kak'
A primitive root; to spit

KJV Usage: spit.


H7534 רק raq
רק
raq
rak
From H7556 in its original sense; emaciated (as if flattened out)

KJV Usage: lean([-fleshed]), thin.


H7536 רק rôq
רק
rôq
roke
From H7556; spittle

KJV Usage: spit (-ting, -tle).


H7550 רקיק râqı̂yq
רקיק
râqı̂yq
raw-keek'
From H7556 in its original sense; a thin cake

KJV Usage: cake, wafer.