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King James Bible Dictionary

 

Hebrew - English Dictionary

H7235 - Increased

Strong's No.:H7235

Hebrew:רָבָה

Transliteration:râbâh

Phonetic:raw-baw'

Word Origin:A primitive root

Bible Usage:[bring in] abundance (X {-antly}) + archer [by mistake for {H7232]} be in {authority} bring {up} X-(idiom) {continue} {enlarge} {excel} exceeding ({-ly}) be full {of} ({be} make) great ({-er} {-ly}) X-(idiom) {-ness}) grow {up} {heap} {increase} be {long} ({be} {give} {have} {make} use) many (a {time}) ({any} {be} {give} give {the} have) more (in {number}) ({ask} {be} be {so} {gather} {over} {take} yield) much ({greater} {more}) (make to) {multiply} {nourish} plenty ({-eous}) X-(idiom) process [of {time]} {sore} {store} {thoroughly} very.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to increase (in whatever respect)


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. be or become great, be or become many, be or become much, be or become numerous

a. (Qal)

1. to become many, become numerous, multiply (of people, animals, things)

2. to be or grow great

b. (Piel) to make large, enlarge, increase, become many

c. (Hiphil)

1. to make much, make many, have many 1c

d. to multiply, increase 1c

e. to make much to do, do much in respect of, transgress greatly 1c

f. to increase greatly or exceedingly

1. to make great, enlarge, do much

2. (Qal) to shoot


Bible References:
Increased

Translation
Occurrences:
abundance ( 2 )
abundantly ( 1 )
archer ( 1 )
as ( 1 )
Ask ( 1 )
authority ( 1 )
continued ( 1 )
enlarge ( 1 )
exceedingly ( 2 )
full ( 1 )
great ( 7 )
greater ( 2 )
greatly ( 1 )
Increase ( 19 )
increased ( 15 )
increasest ( 1 )
increaseth ( 5 )
indignation ( 1 )
long ( 3 )
many ( 28 )
more ( 12 )
much ( 27 )
multiplied ( 29 )
multipliedst ( 1 )
multiplieth ( 2 )
multiply ( 40 )
multiplying ( 1 )
nourished ( 1 )
number ( 1 )
on ( 1 )
plenteous ( 1 )
plenty ( 1 )
sore ( 2 )
store ( 2 )
throughly ( 1 )
time ( 1 )
up ( 2 )
wisdom ( 1 )

 

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