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Hebrew - English Dictionary

H834 - As

Strong's No.:H834

Hebrew:אֲשֶׁר

Transliteration:ʼăsher

Phonetic:ash-er'

Word Origin:A primitive relative pronoun (of every gender and number)

Bible Usage:X-(idiom) {after} X-(idiom) {alike} as (soon {as}) {because} X-(idiom) {every} {for} + {forasmuch} + from {whence} + how ({-soever}) X-(idiom) {if} (so) that ([thing] {which} {wherein}) X-(idiom) {though} + {until} + {whatsoever} {when} where (+ {-as} {-in} {-of} {-on} {-soever} {-with}) {which} {whilst} + whither ({-soever}) who ({-m} {-soever} -se). As it is {indeclinable} it is often accompanied by the personal pronoun {expletively} used to show the connection.

Strongs
Definition:

{who} which: {what} that; also (as adverb and conjunction) {when} where: {how} because: in order {that} etc.


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. (relative part.)

a. which, who

b. that which

2. (conj)

a. that (in obj clause)

b. when

c. since

d. as

e. conditional if


Bible References:
As
 

Translation
Occurrences:
according ( 1 )
after ( 2 )
alike ( 1 )
any ( 1 )
as ( 468 )
because ( 42 )
by ( 1 )
cause ( 1 )
concerning ( 1 )
done ( 1 )
ever ( 1 )
for ( 26 )
him ( 2 )
his ( 7 )
hitherto ( 1 )
how ( 30 )
If ( 17 )
it ( 1 )
lest ( 1 )
Like ( 1 )
man ( 2 )
more ( 1 )
my ( 2 )
of ( 2 )
old ( 1 )
owneth ( 1 )
powder ( 1 )
sacrificeth ( 1 )
seeing ( 1 )
serve ( 1 )
so ( 2 )
soever ( 2 )
steward ( 2 )
storehouses ( 1 )
such ( 9 )
that ( 1674 )
the ( 1 )
them ( 1 )
they ( 2 )
things ( 2 )
though ( 4 )
upon ( 1 )
vowed ( 1 )
walled ( 1 )
what ( 78 )
whatsoever ( 7 )
when ( 90 )
whence ( 7 )
where ( 99 )
whereabout ( 1 )
Whereas ( 1 )
whereby ( 17 )
wherein ( 77 )
whereinto ( 2 )
whereof ( 23 )
whereon ( 18 )
wheresoever ( 1 )
whereto ( 1 )
whereunto ( 8 )
whereupon ( 5 )
wherewith ( 66 )
whether ( 1 )
which ( 1815 )
while ( 2 )
whilst ( 1 )
whither ( 73 )
whithersoever ( 2 )
who ( 95 )
whom ( 290 )
whomsoever ( 2 )
whose ( 86 )
Whoso ( 2 )
whosoever ( 3 )
why ( 1 )
wild ( 1 )
withal ( 1 )
Yea ( 1 )

 

Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.