H857 אתא אתה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

אתא אתה
'âthâh 'âthâ'
aw-thaw', aw-thaw'
A primitive root (collateral to H225 contracted); to arrive

KJV Usage: (be-, things to) come (upon), bring.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


אתא אתה

1. to come, arrive
a. (Qal) to come (of men, time, beasts, calamity)
b. (Hiphil) to bring
Origin: a primitive root [collateral to H225 contraction]
TWOT: 188
Parts of Speech: Verb

to come
1) to come, arrive
1a) (Qal) to come (of men, time, beasts, calamity)
1b) (Hiphil) to bring

View how H857 אתא אתה is used in the Bible

21 occurrences of H857 אתא אתה

Deuteronomy 33:2 and he came
Deuteronomy 33:21 and he came
Job 3:25 hath come
Job 16:22 are come,
Job 30:14 They came
Job 37:22 cometh
Psalms 68:31 shall come out
Proverbs 1:27 cometh
Isaiah 21:12 cometh,
Isaiah 21:12 come.
Isaiah 21:14 brought
Isaiah 41:5 and came.
Isaiah 41:23 the things that are to come
Isaiah 41:25 and he shall come:
Isaiah 44:7 and the things that are coming,
Isaiah 45:11 me of things to come
Isaiah 56:9 come
Isaiah 56:12 Come
Jeremiah 3:22 Behold, we come
Jeremiah 12:9 come
Micah 4:8 to thee shall it come,

Distinct usage

3 come
2 and he came
2 cometh
1 hath come
1 are come,
1 They came
1 shall come out
1 cometh,
1 come.
1 brought
1 and came.
1 and he shall come:
1 and the things that are coming,
1 me of things to come
1 to thee shall it come,
1 the things that are to come
1 Behold, we come

Corresponding Greek Words

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Related words


H858 אתא אתה 'âthâh 'âthâ'
אתא אתה
'âthâh 'âthâ'
aw-thaw', aw-thaw'
(Chaldee); corresponding to H857

KJV Usage: (be-) come, bring.

יאתון o
ye 'ithôn
From H857; an entry

KJV Usage: entrance.

H225 אוּת 'ûth

A primitive root; properly to come, that is, (impliedly) to assent

KJV Usage: consent.

H226 אות 'ôth
Probably from H225 (in the sense of appearing); a signal (literally or figuratively), as a flag, beacon, monument, omen, prodigy, evidence, etc.

KJV Usage: mark, miracle, (en-) sign, token.

H448 אליּתה אליאתה 'ĕlı̂y'âthâh 'ĕlı̂yâthâh
אליּתה אליאתה
'ĕlı̂y'âthâh 'ĕlı̂yâthâh
el-ee-aw-thaw' el-ee-yaw-thaw'
From H410 and H225; God of (his) consent; Eliathah, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Eliathah.