H891 בּאשׁים - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


בּאשׁים
be 'ûshı̂ym
be-oo-sheem'
Plural of H889; poison berries

KJV Usage: wild grapes.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB896

בּאשׁים

1. stinking or worthless things, wild grapes, stinkberries
Origin: from H889
TWOT: 195c
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
בְּאֻשִׁים
be.u.shim
H:N-M
sour grapes
1) stinking or worthless things, wild grapes, stinkberries

View how H891 בּאשׁים is used in the Bible

2 occurrences of H891 בּאשׁים

Isaiah 5:2 wild grapes.
Isaiah 5:4 wild grapes?

Distinct usage

1 wild grapes.
1 wild grapes?

Corresponding Greek Words

beushim G173 akantha


Related words

H891 בּאשׁים

H889 בּאשׁ be 'ôsh

בּאשׁ
be 'ôsh
be-oshe'
From H887; a stench

KJV Usage: stink.


H890 בּאשׁה bo'shâh
בּאשׁה
bo'shâh
bosh-aw'
Feminine of H889; stink weed or any other noxious or useless plant

KJV Usage: cockle.