Aaron

Light-bringer


Aaronites

patronymic of Aaron


Abaddon

Destruction


Abagtha

Father of the wine-press


Abana

Constancy: a sure ordinance


Abarim

Regions beyond: the passages


Abba

Father


Abda

Service


Abdeel

Servant of God


Abdi

My servant


Abdiel

Servant of God


Abdon

Servitude


Abednego

Servant of brightness


Abel (1) (2nd son of Adam)

Vanity (i.e., transitory)


Abel (2)

Mourning, or a meadow


Abel beth maAchah

Mourning (or “meadow”) of the house of oppression


Abel ker amim

Mourning of the vineyards


Abel maim

Mourning of the waters


Abel meholah

Mourning of dancing


Abel mizraim

Mourning of the Egyptians


Abel shittim

Mourning of the acacias


Abez

I will make white (or miry)


Abi

My father (or fatherly)


Abia

My father is Jab


Abiah

same as Abia


Abialbon

My father is above understanding or “father of understanding”


AbiAsaph

Father of the gatherer


AbiAthar

Father of abundance, or “father of a remnant”


Abib

Green ear (of corn)


Abida

Father of knowledge


Abidah

Father of knowledge


Abidan

Father of the judge


Abiel

My father is GOD


Abiezer

Father of help


Abiezrite

patronymic of Abiezer


Abigail (1)

Father of joy


Abigail (2)

Father of a heap (or “billow”) in 2 Sam. 17:25


Abihail (1)

Father of howling (or “of shining forth”), probably textual error for following


Abihail (2)

Father of valor (endurance)


Abihu

My father is he, or “father of him”


Abihud

Father of majesty


Abijah

My father is Jab


Abijam

Father of the sea


Abilene

Without books, or without king


AbimAel

My father is what god? or my father is from God


AbinAdab

Father of the willing giver


Abiner

My father is a lamp


Abinoam

Father of pleasantness


Abiram

My father is exalted


Abishag

My father erred


Abishai

Father of gift


Abishalom

Father of peace


Abishua

Father of salvation, or of riches


Abishur

Father of beholding, or father of the singer


Abital

Father of dew


Abitub

Father of goodness


Abiud

Greek form of Abihud


Abner (1)

Father of a lamp (1 Sam. 14:50)


Abner (2)

Father is a lamp


AbrAham

Father of a great multitude


Abram

Father is exalted


Abrech

I will cause blessing, or tender father


AbsAlom

Father is peace


Accad

Only a pitcher


Accho

His straitness


AceldAma

Field of blood


Achaia

Wailing


Achaicus

derivative of Achaia


Achan

Thought to mean same as Achar


Achar

Troubler


Achaz

Greek form of Ahaz


Achbor

A mouse


Achim

Without winter


Achish

I will blacken (or terrify), or “only a man”


Achmetha

Brother of death


Achor

To trouble


Achsa/Achsah

To tinkle, or anklet


Achshaph

I shall be bewitched


Achzib

I shall make a lie


Adadab

Forever adorned, or the prey adorned


Adah

Ornament, or he adorned


AdAiah

Adorned of Jah


Adaliah

I shall be drawn up of Jah


Adam

Man: red earth


Adamah

The earth, ground


Adami

Man of (add following word)


Adar (1)

Glorious


Adar (2)

Exceeding glorious (Josh. 15:3 only)


Adbeel

Chastened of God


Addan

their hap


Addar

same as Adar (2)


Addi

Greek for Adah


Addon

Misfortune


Ader

Musterer, care-taker; a flock


Adiel

Ornament of God


Adin

Given to pleasure


Adina

Voluptuous


Adino

His ornament, his luxuriousness


Adithaim

Double ornament


Adlai

The prey is mine


Admah

Earthiness


AdmAtha

Her earthiness: man’s chamber (?)


Adna

Pleasure


Adnah (1)

Pleasure


Adnah (2)

Resting forever (1 Chr. 12:20 only)


Adonibezek

Lord of lightning


Adonijah

My lord is Jah (Jehovah)


Adonikam

Lord of rising up; my lord has arisen


Adoniram

My lord is high


Adonizedec

Lord of righteousness


Adoraim

Double glory


Adoram

Their glory


Adrammelech

The glorious king: glory of the king


AdrAmyttium

Not in the race: I shall abide in death


Adria

Without wood


Adriel

Flock of God: my shepherder is God


Adullam

A testimony to them


Adullam ite

patronymic of Adullam


Adummim

Ruddy ones: quieted ones (?)


Aeneas

To praise


Aenon

To praise, but if from Hebrew “fountain”


Agabus

A grasshopper


Agag

I will overtop


Agagite

gentilic of Agag


Agar

Greek form of Hagar


Agee

I shall increase


Agrippa

Horse-hunter


Agur

Gathered


Ahab

Brother of father


Aharah

Brother of breathing: remaining brother


Aharhel

Behind the wall


Ahasai

My possessions


Ahasbai

Brother of my encompassers: I will take refuge in my (arms)


Ahasuerus

I will be silent and poor


Ahava

I shall subsist


Ahaz

Possessor


Ahaziah

Possessed of Jehovah


Ahban

Brother of understanding


Aher

Another


Ahi

My brother


Ahiah

Brother of Jehovah,


Ahiam

Brother of mother


Ahian

Brother of them


Ahiezer

Brother of help


Ahihud (1)

Brother of majesty


Ahihud (2)

Brother of the propounder (of riddles): my brother is united (1 Chr. 8:7)


Ahijah

Bother of Jehovah


Ahikam

Brother of rising


Ahilud

Brother of travail: brother of one born


AhimAaz

Brother of counsel


Ahiman

Brother of a portion: brother of whom?


Ahimelech

Brother of the king


Ahimoth

Brother of death


AhinAdab

Brother of the willing giver


Ahinoam

Brother of pleasantness


Ahio

Brotherly (literally brother of him)


Ahira

Brother of evil


Ahiram

Brother of lifting up


Ahiramite

paronymic of Ahiram


Ahisamach

Brother of support


AhishAbar

Brother of the morning


Ahishar

Brother of the singer


Ahithophel

Brother of folly


Ahitub

Brother of goodness


Ahlab

I shall be made fat


Ahlai

O, would that


Ahoah

Brother of rest (?)


Ahohite

patronymic of Ahoah


Aholah

Her own tent


Aholiab

Tent of father


Aholibah

My tent is in her


Aholibamah

Tent of the high place


Ahumai

A water reed: brother of waters


Ahuzam

Their possession


Ahuzzath

Possession


Ai

The heap (of ruins)


Aiah

Falcon: kite


Aiath

A heap


Aija

Heap of ruins


AijAlon

Deer-field: a large stag


Aijeleth shahar

The hind of the morning


Ain

An eye: fountain


Aitam

Ravenous beast consumed (?) (a name in LXX of Josh. 15:60)


Ajah

same as Aiah


AjAlon

same as Aijalon


Ak rabbim

Scorpions


Akan

Oppression


Akkub

Subtle (literally to take by the heel)


Al modad

Not measured


Alam oth

Virgins (as covered): hiding places


Alameth

Concealment


Alammelech

The king’s oak


Alemeth

same as Alameth


Alexander

Man-defender


Alexandria

derivative of Alexander


Alexandrians

gentilic of Alexander.


Algum

Not added ones (?): not drunken ones


Aliah

Above is Jah: iniquity


Alian

My surpassing them (?): or i.q. Alvan


Alleluia

Greek for praise ye Jah


Allon

An oak


Allon Bachuth

Oak of weeping


Almon

Concealment


Almon Diblathaim

Concealment of the two fig cakes


Almug

Not dissolved


Aloth

The heights: mistresses


Alpha

first letter of the Greek alphabet: beginning


Alpheus

Produce: gain: if from Hebrew = my exchanges


Altaschith

Thou mayest not destroy


Alush

I will knead (bread)


Alvah

Iniquity: above is Jah


Alvan

Their ascent: iniquitous one


Am miel

My people are of God


Am minAdib

My people are willing


Am mishaddAi

People of the Almighty


Am mizAbad

People of the endower


Amad

People of eternity


Amal

Perverseness


Amalek

People of lapping (or licking up)


Amalekites

gentilic of Amalek


Amam

Their mother


Amana

Constancy: a settled provision


AmAriah

The saying of Jehovah


Amasa

Burdensome (?)


AmasAi

My burdens


AmashAi

People of my spoilers


Amasiah

Laden of Jah


Amaziah

Strength of Jah


Amen

Truth


Amethyst

Dream-stone (literally I shall be brought back – as from a dream)


Ami

Bond-servant


AminAdab

People of the willing-giver


Amittai

My faithfulness


Ammah

A cubit


Ammi

My people


Ammihud (1)

People of majesty


Ammihud (2)

My people is white (in 2 Sam. 13:37 where some copies have preceding meaning)


Ammon

Tribal (peoplish)


Ammon ite-s

gentilic of Ammon


Ammonitess

feminine of Ammon


Amnon (1)

Faithful


Amnon (2)

Made faithful (in 2 Sam. 13:20)


Amok

To be deep


Amon

To nourish: to be faithful


Amorite

A sayer


Amos

To lade, to burden


Amoz

To be strong, courageous


Amphipolis

Around the city


Amplias

Enlarged


Amram (1)

The people is exalted


Amram (2)

Their slime: their heaping up (1 Chr. 1:41)


Amramite

patronymic of Amram (1)


AmrAphel

Sayer of darkness: fall of the sayer


Amzi

My strength


An Aharath

The groaning of fear


Anab

Grape-ish (grape-dom)


Anah

Afflicted: answered


AnAiah

Afflicted (or answered) of Jah


Anak

Neck-chain: long-necked


AnAkim

patronymic of Anak


Anam im

Affliction (or answer) of the waters


Anammelech

The affliction of the king


Anan

A cloud


Anani

My cloud


Ananiah

Jah’s cloud


Ananias

Greek form of Hananiah


Anath

Afflicted: answered


Anathema

Accursed


AnAthoth

Affliction: answers


Andrew

Manly


Andronicus

Victory of man


Anem

Double fountain


Aner

A lamp swept away


Anethothite

patronymic of Anathoth


Aniam

Lament of the people


Anim

Fountains


Anna

Greek form of Hannah


Annas

Greek form of Hananiah


Antioch

Driven against


Antipas

Against all: against fatherland


Antipatris

Against (or instead of) one’s’country


Antothijah

Answers (or afflictions) of Jah


Antothite

patronymic of Anathoth


Anub

Clustered


Ap piiforum

Persuasive mart


Apelles

Without receptacle (hide): from Greece


Aph iah

I will make to breathe


ApharsAchites

As causers of division (?)


Apharsath chites

I will divide the deceivers (?)


Apharsites

Causers of division (?)


Aphek

Restrained


Aphekah

Restraint


Aphik

Channel: restraint


Aphrah

Dust-heap


Aphses (the)

The shattering


Apollonia

Utter destruction


Apollos

Destroyer


Apollyon

Destroyer


Appaim

Double-nosed


Apphia

Dear one


Aquila

I shall be nourished (if from Hebrew); an eagle (if Latin); or immovable (if Greek)


Ar

Awaking


Ar mAgeddon

Hill of slaughter


Ara

I shall see (?)


Arab

An ambush


Arabah (the)

The desert plain


Arabia

Dusky: mixed


Arabians

gentilic of Arabia


Arad

Wild ass


Arah

A wayfarer (literally, he wandered)


Aram

Exalted


Aramitess

probably feminine gentilic of Aram, but exact for the Exalted of Jah


AramnAhAraim

Highland of the two rivers


Aramzobah

Exalted station: exalted conflict


Aran

A wild goat; I shall shout for joy


ArArat

The curse reversed: precipitation of curse


Araunah (1)

I shall shout for joy


Araunah (2)

Make ye to shine (in 2 Sam. 24:16 – but most consider it an error for preceding)


Araunah (3)

Joyful shouting of Jah (in 2 Sam. 24:18)


Arba

Four


Arbah

Four


Arbathire (the)

gentilic of Beth-arabah


Arbel

see Beth-arbel


Arbite

gentilic of Arab


Archelaus

Ruling the people


Archevites

plural of Archi


Archi(the)

Lengthy: gentilic of Erech


Archippus

Horse chief


Archite(the)

see Archi


Arcturus

Consuming (appellative for moth)


Ard

I shall subdue


Ardites

gentilic of Ard


Ardon

Subduer: fugitive


Areli

A lion is my God: he cursed my God


Arelites

gentilic of Areli


AreopAgite

gentilic of Areopagus


Areopagus

A martial peak


Aretas

Virtuous


Argob

Lion’s den; clod-heap: cursed heap


AridAi

The lion is enough


AridAtha

The lion of the decree


Arieh (the)

The lion


Ariel

Lion of God


ArimAthea

A high place (from same as Ramah)


Arioch

Lion-like


ArisAi

Lion of my banners (?)


Aristarchus

Best ruler


Aristobulus

Best counsellor


Arkite

My gnawing


Armenia

same as Ararat


Armoni

My palace


Arnan

Lion of perpetuity: or same as Aran


Arnon

Lion of perpetuity: I shall shout for joy


Arod

I shall subdue: I shall roam


Arodi

perhaps patronymic of Arod


Arodites

patronymic of Arod


Aroer

Destitute


Aroer ite

gentilic of Aroer


Arpad

I shall be spread out (or supported)


Arphad

as Arpad


Arphaxad

I shall fail as the breast: he cursed the breast-bottle


Artaxerxes

“I will make the spoiled to boil”; “I will stir myself (in) winter”;


Artemas

Safe and sound


Aruboth

Windows


Arumah

I shall be exalted


Arvad

I shall break loose


Arvad ites

gentilic of Arvad


Arza

Earthiness


As Ahiah

Wrought of Jah


As Aiah

same as Asahiah


Asa

Healer: injurious (?)


AsAhel

Wrought of God


Asaph

A gatherer


Asareel

I shall be prince of God


AsArelah

Guided towards God


Asenath

I shall be hated: she has stored up


Aser

Greek form of Asher


Ash bea

I shall make to swear


Ashan

Smoke


Ashbel

A man in God: a man of Baal: fire of Bel: I will make a path


Ashbel ite

patronymic of Ashbel


Ashchenaz

A man as sprinkled: fire as scattered


Ashdod

I will spoil


Ashdodites

gentilic of Ashdod


Ashdoth pisgah

Spoilers of the survey


Ashdothites

same as Ashdod


Asher

Happy


Asherah

Groves (for idol worship)


Asherites

patronymic of Asher


Ashima

Guiltiness: I will make desolate


Ashkelon

The fire of infamy: I shall be weighed


Ashkenaz

same as Ashchenaz


Ashnah

I will cause change


Ashpenaz

I will make prominent the sprinkled


Ashriel

I shall be prince of God


AshtAroth

plural of Ashtaroth


Ashterathite

gentilic of Ashtaroth


Ashterothkatnaim

Double-horned mind readers: double horned flocks


Ashtoreth

Thought searching


Ashur

I shall be early sought: I shall be black: fire-hole


Ashur ites

Guided: blessed


Ashvath

Sleek: shiny: thoughtful: searched out


Asia

Slime: mire


Asiel

Wrought of God


Askelon

same as Ashkelon


Asnah

same as Asenath


Asnapper

Horned bull: thorn abolished


AspAtha

The enticed gathered


Asriel

I shall be prince of God


Asrielites

patronymic of Asriel


Asshur

A step


Asshurim

plural of Assir


Assir

Prisoner


Assos

Nearer


Assur

same as Asshur


Assyria

A step


Assyrian

gentilic of Assyria


AstAroth

same as Ashtaroth


Asuppim

The gatherings


Asyncritus

Incomparable


At tAlia

Gentle father


Atad

Bramble


AtArah

A crown


AtAroth

Crowns


AtAroth adar

Crowns of glory


AtAroth addar

same as Atarothadar


Ater

Binder: left-handed (i.e., shut as to the right hand)


Athach

Thy due season


AthAiah

Jah’s due season


AthAliah

Due season for Jah


Athenians

gentilic of Athens


Athens

Uncertainty


Athlai

My due times


Atroth shophan

Crowns of their rapine


Attai

My due seasons


Augustus

Venerable


Ava

Perverted


Aven

Perverseness


Avim

Perverters


Avims

Perverters


Avites

Perverters


Avith

Overturning


Azal

Proximity: he has reserved


AzAliah

Reserved of Jehovah


AzAniah

Heard of Jah


AzarAel

Helped of God


Azareel

Helped of God


AzAriah

Helped of Jah (Jehovah)


Azaz

The strong one


Azazel

Goat of departure


AzAziah

Strengthened of Jehovah


Azbuk

Strong emptier


Azekah

Fenced round: dug over


Azel

Reserved


Azem

Strenuous: bone: self-same


Azgad

A mighty troop: strength of Gad


Aziel

Strength of God


Aziza

Mightiness


Azmaveth

Strength of death


Azmon

The mighty


Aznoth tabor

Ears thou wilt purge


Azor

Greek form of Azzur


Azotus

Greek form of Ashdod


Azriel

My help is God


Azrikam

My help has arisen


Azubah

A forsaking


Azur

Helped


Azzah

She was strong


Azzan

Their strength: strong one


Azzur

Helped