H858 אתא אתה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

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

KJV Usage: (be-) come, bring.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


אתא אתה

1. to come, arrive
a. (P'al) to come
b. (Aphel) to bring
c. (Hophal) to be brought
2. used in the NT in the phrase "maranatha" - "Lord come"
Origin: corresponding to H857
TWOT: 2618
Parts of Speech: Verb

to come
1) to come, arrive
1a) (P'al) to come
1b) (Aphel) to bring
1c) (Hophal) to be brought
2) used in the NT in the phrase "maranatha" -"Lord come"

View how H858 אתא אתה is used in the Bible

16 occurrences of H858 אתא אתה

Ezra 4:12 are come
Ezra 5:3 came
Ezra 5:16 came
Daniel 3:2 to come
Daniel 3:13 to bring
Daniel 3:13 they brought
Daniel 3:26 and come
Daniel 5:2 to bring
Daniel 5:3 they brought
Daniel 5:13 brought
Daniel 5:23 and they have brought
Daniel 6:16 and they brought
Daniel 6:17 was brought,
Daniel 6:24 and they brought
Daniel 7:13 came
Daniel 7:22 came,

Distinct usage

3 came
2 to bring
2 they brought
2 and they brought
1 are come
1 to come
1 and come
1 brought
1 was brought,
1 came,
1 and they have brought

Related words


H857 אתא אתה 'âthâh 'âthâ'

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.

יאתון o
ye 'ithôn
From H857; an entry

KJV Usage: entrance.