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King James Bible Dictionary

 

Hebrew - English Dictionary

H3427 - Dwell

Strong's No.:H3427

Hebrew:יָשַׁב

Transliteration:yâshab

Phonetic:yaw-shab'

Word Origin:A primitive root

Bible Usage:(make to) abide ({-ing}) {continue} (cause {to} make to) dwell ({-ing}) ease {self} {endure} {establish} X-(idiom) {fail} {habitation} {haunt} (make to) inhabit ({-ant}) make to keep {[house]} {lurking} X-(idiom) marry ({-ing}) (bring again to) {place} {remain} {return} {seat} set ({-tle}) (down-) sit ({-down} {still} -ting {down} -ting [place] {-uate}) {take} tarry.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

properly to sit down (specifically as {judge} in {ambush} in quiet); by implication to {dwell} to remain; causatively to {settle} to marry


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. to dwell, remain, sit, abide

a. (Qal)

1. to sit, sit down

2. to be set

3. to remain, stay

4. to dwell, have one's abode

b. (Niphal) to be inhabited

c. (Piel) to set, place

d. (Hiphil)

1. to cause to sit

2. to cause to abide, set

3. to cause to dwell

4. to cause (cities) to be inhabited

5. to marry (give an dwelling to)

e. (Hophal)

1. to be inhabited

2. to make to dwell


Bible References:
Dwell
 

Translation
Occurrences:
Abide ( 29 )
abideth ( 4 )
abiding ( 2 )
abode ( 33 )
abodest ( 1 )
continue ( 2 )
continued ( 3 )
down ( 28 )
downsitting ( 1 )
dwell ( 203 )
dwelled ( 6 )
dwellest ( 14 )
dwelleth ( 20 )
dwelling ( 15 )
dwelt ( 188 )
ease ( 1 )
endure ( 2 )
establish ( 1 )
habitation ( 2 )
haunt ( 1 )
in ( 6 )
inhabit ( 8 )
inhabitant ( 31 )
inhabitants ( 186 )
inhabited ( 29 )
inhabitest ( 1 )
inhabiteth ( 1 )
keep ( 1 )
lurking ( 1 )
married ( 1 )
marrying ( 1 )
place ( 1 )
placed ( 5 )
Remain ( 11 )
remained ( 10 )
remainest ( 1 )
remaineth ( 1 )
return ( 1 )
sat ( 72 )
satest ( 2 )
set ( 12 )
setteth ( 1 )
settle ( 1 )
sit ( 58 )
sittest ( 6 )
sitteth ( 24 )
sitting ( 13 )
situate ( 2 )
still ( 2 )
taken ( 5 )
tarried ( 6 )
tarrieth ( 1 )
tarry ( 13 )
up ( 1 )

 

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