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Lexicon :: Strong's H1931 - hû'

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הוּא
Transliteration
hû'
Pronunciation
hoo
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Part of Speech
demonstrative pronoun, third person singular personal pronoun
Root Word (Etymology)
A primitive word
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TWOT Reference: 480

Strong’s Definitions

הוּא hûwʼ, hoo; of which the feminine (beyond the Pentateuch) is הִיא hîyʼ; he a primitive word, the third person pronoun singular; he (she or it); only expressed when emphatic or without a verb; also (intensively) self, or (especially with the article) the same; sometimes (as demonstrative) this or that; occasionally (instead of copula) as or are:—he, as for her, him(-self), it, the same, she (herself), such, that (...it), these, they, this, those, which (is), who.


KJV Translation Count — Total: 38x

The KJV translates Strong's H1931 in the following manner: that, him, same, this, he, which, who, such, wherein.

KJV Translation Count — Total: 38x
The KJV translates Strong's H1931 in the following manner: that, him, same, this, he, which, who, such, wherein.
third person singular personal pronoun
  1. he, she, it

    1. himself (with emphasis)

    2. resuming subj with emphasis

    3. (with minimum emphasis following predicate)

    4. (anticipating subj)

    5. (emphasising predicate)

    6. that, it (neuter)

      demonstrative pronoun
  2. that (with article)

Strong’s Definitions [?](Strong’s Definitions Legend)
הוּא hûwʼ, hoo; of which the feminine (beyond the Pentateuch) is הִיא hîyʼ; he a primitive word, the third person pronoun singular; he (she or it); only expressed when emphatic or without a verb; also (intensively) self, or (especially with the article) the same; sometimes (as demonstrative) this or that; occasionally (instead of copula) as or are:—he, as for her, him(-self), it, the same, she (herself), such, that (...it), these, they, this, those, which (is), who.
STRONGS H1931:
הוּא masculine הִיא feminine (plural masculine הֵ֫מָּה, הֵם; feminine הֵ֫נָּה, הֵן [the latter only with prefixes]; see these words), pronoun of the 3rd person singular, he, she, used also (in both genders) for the neuter it, Latin is, ea, id. (The א is not orthographic merely, but radical, being written on Moabite and Phoenician inscriptions, though dropped in some of the later dialects. [In Hebrew only Jeremiah 29:23 Kt, and in the proper name אֱלִיהוּ.] Moabite (MI6; 27) and Phoenician (often) הא; Aramaic of Zinjirli הא, once הו (DHMInschr. von Sendschirli 55); Targum הוּא, הִיא Syriac vuh, ych; Arabic هُوَ, هِىَ (for hū’a, hī’a, WSG 104); Ethiopic ውእቱ፡ ይእቲ፡ we’ětū, ye’ětī; perhaps also Assyrian šû, šî, himself, herself suffix šu, ši; compare demonstrative šuatu, šiati (see KraeBAS. i. 383 & references, WSG 98, 105 Dl§ 55b, 57). In the Pentateuch, הוא is of common gender, the feminine form הִיא occurring only 11 times, namely Genesis 14:2; Genesis 20:5; Genesis 38:25 (see Masora here), Leviticus 11:39; Leviticus 13:10, 21; Leviticus 16:31; Leviticus 20:17; Leviticus 21:9; Numbers 5:13, 14. The punctuators, however, sought to assimilate the usage of the Pentateuch to that of the rest of the OT, and accordingly wherever הוא was construed as a feminine pointed it הִוא (as a Qr perpetuum). Outside the Pentateuch the same Qr occurs 1 Kings 17:15; Isaiah 30:33; Job 31:11a — probably for the sake of removing grammatical anomalies: five instances of the converse change, namely of היא to be read as הוּא, occur for a similar reason, 1 Kings 17:15 (וַתּאֹכַל הוּאוָֿהִיא to be read as וַתּאֹכַל הִיאוָֿהוּא, on account of the feminine verb) Psalm 73:16; Job 31:11b (כי הוא זמה והיא עָוֺן פלילים to be read as כי היא זמה והוא עון פלילים), Ecclesiastes 5:8; 1 Chronicles 29:16. The origin of the peculiarity in the Pentateuch is uncertain. It can hardly be a real archaism : for the fact that Arabic, Aramaic, & Ethiopic have distinct forms for masculine & feminine shews that both must have formed part of the original Semitic stock, and consequently of Hebrew as well, from its earliest existence as an independent language. Nor is the peculiarity confined to the Pentateuch: in the Manuscript of the Later Prophets, of A.D., now at St. Petersburg, published in facsimile by Strack (1876), the feminine occurs written הוא (see the passages cited in the Adnotationes Criticae, p. 026). In Phoenician both masculine and feminine are alike written הא (CIS i. 1:9 מלך צדק הא, 1:13 מלאכת הא, 3:10 אדם הא, 1:11 ממלכת הא, CIS 93:2; CIS 94:2), though naturally this would be read as hu’ or hi’ as occasion required. Hence, as Greek Version of the LXX shews that in the older Hebrew MSS. the scriptio plena was not yet generally introduced, it is probably that originally הא was written for both genders in Hebrew likewise, and that the epicene הוא in the Pentateuch originated at a comparatively late epoch in the transmission of the text — perhaps in connection with the assumption, which is partly borne out by facts (compare DeZKWL 1880, pp. 393-399), that in the older language feminine forms were more sparingly used than subsequently.)
In usage הוּא (feminine הִיא; plural הֵ֫מָּה, הֵם, ׃ הֵ֫נָּה see הֵ֫מָּה) is
1. an emphatic he (she, it, they), sometimes equivalent to himself (herself, itself, themselves), or (especially with the article) that (those):
a. Genesis 3:15 הוא ישׁופך ראשׁ he (Greek Version of the LXX αὐτὸς) shall bruise thee as to the head (opposed to the following אתה thou), Genesis 3:20 for she (and no one else) was the mother of all living (so often in causal sentences, where some emphasis on the subject is desirable as Judges 14:3; Psalm 24:2; Psalm 25:15; Psalm 33:9; Psalm 91:3; Psalm 103:14; Psalm 148:5; Job 5:18; Job 11:11; Job 28:24; Jeremiah 5:5; Jeremiah 34:7b Hosea 6:1; Hosea 11:10 : Dr1 Samuel 14:18), 1 Samuel 4:20 Adah bare Jabal הוא היה אבי ישׁב אהלים he (ἐκεῖνος) was the father of tent-dwellers, 1 Samuel 4:21; 1 Samuel 10:8 he began to be a mighty one in the earth, 1 Samuel 20:5 (αὐτός), Judges 13:5; Isaiah 32:7; Isaiah 33:22; 2 Kings 14:7, 22, 25; Hosea 10:2 he — the unseen observer of their thoughts and deeds (Che), Hosea 13:15b (he, the foe figured by the east wind). (For its use thus in circumstantial clauses see Dr§ 157, 160, 168, 169.) And where the predicate is a substantive or participle, Genesis 2:11 הוּא הַסֹּבֵב ֗֗֗ that is the one which encompasseth etc., Genesis 2:13; Genesis 2:14; Genesis 10:12 that is the great city. So in the explanatory notices, Genesis 14:3 הוּא יָם הַמֶּלַת that is the salt sea, Genesis 14:8 הוּאצֹֿעַר that is Zoar, Genesis 36:1
b. pointing back to the subject and contrasting it with something else : Genesis 4:4 הבל גסהֿוא Abel, he also... Genesis 4:26; Genesis 10:21; Genesis 20:5 וְהִיאגַֿםהִֿוא and she, herself also said, Exodus 1:10
c. appended alone to a verb (more rarely, but always with intentional emphasis), Exodus 4:14 I know כי דבר ידבר הוא that he can speak, Exodus 4:16; 1 Samuel 22:18 ויפגע הוא בכהנים and he (though none else would do it) smote the priests, 1 Samuel 23:22 for one hath told me, עָרֹם יַעְרִם הוּא He can deal subtilly, Ezekiel 12:12 (peculiarly), compare Dr§ 160 n.: very rarely indeed to a noun Numbers 18:23 הַלֵּוִי הוּא Isaiah 7:14 הוא י׳, Esther 9:1 (הֵמָּה) being probably all the examples in the OT.
d. Genesis 13:1 and Abram came up out of Egypt, הוּא וְאִשְׁתּוֺ himself and his wife, and all that he had, Genesis 14:15 הוּא וַעֲבָדָיו he and his servants, Genesis 19:30; so very often
e. prefixed to a noun (very rare, and mostly late), Exodus 12:42b Ezekiel 3:8 & Ezekiel 33:8 הוּא רָשָׁע : to proper names Exodus 6:27 הוא משׁה ואהרן, 1 Chronicles 26:26 that Shelomoth, 1 Chronicles 27:6; 2 Chronicles 28:22; 32:12 (different from 2 Kings 18:22), 2 Kings 18:30; 2Ki 33:23; Ezra 7:6: compare הֵם Nehemiah 10:38 (compare in Syriac vuh, Nö§ 227): compare Psalm 87:5; 1 Samuel 20:29.
2. It resumes the subject with emphasis:
a. when the predicate is a verb (especially if it be separated from its subject by an intervening clause), Genesis 15:4 but one that shall come forth out of thine own bowels, הוּא יִירָשֶׁ֑ךָ he shall be thy heir, Genesis 3:12 the woman whom thou gavest to be with me, הוא נתנה לי she gave to me, Genesis 24:7; Genesis 44:17 etc. Judges 7:4; 2 Samuel 14:19 (throwing stress on יוֺאָב) 1 Chronicles 11:20; Isaiah 33:15-16; Isaiah 34:16; Isaiah 38:19; Isaiah 47:10; Isaiah 59:16; Isaiah 63:5; Hosea 7:8; often in Proverbs, as Proverbs 10:18; Proverbs 10:22; Proverbs 10:24; Proverbs 11:28; Proverbs 13:13; Proverbs 19:21; Proverbs 22:9; Proverbs 24:12; 1 Samuel 1:13 (see Dr), Psalm 68:36 [Psalm 68:35].
b. when the predicate is a noun, Genesis 2:14 and the fourth river, הוּא פְרָת it was the Euphrates, Genesis 2:19; Genesis 9:18; Genesis 15:2; Genesis 42:6 הַשַּׁלִּיט וְיוֺסֵף הוּא and Joseph, he was the ruler etc.: in sentences of the type הוּא הָאֱלֹהִים י׳, הוּא הַנִּלְחָם י׳ לָכֶם, הוּא נַחֲלָֽֽֽתְךָ י׳, Deuteronomy 3:22; Deuteronomy 4:35; Deuteronomy 7:9; Deuteronomy 10:9; Joshua 13:14, 33; Isaiah 9:14; Isaiah 33:6; Hosea 11:5 (in these cases, to avoid stiffness, it is convenient often to drop the pronoun in translating, as 'And the fourth river was the Euphrates:' the pronoun, however, though it then corresponds to the substantive verb in English, does not really express it, the copula, as the examples shew, being in fact understood. Sometimes in AV the pronoun is retained for emphasis, as Deuteronomy ll. cc.) So
c. after אֲשֶׁר in an affirmative sentence, Genesis 9:3 all creeping things אֲשֶׁר הוּאחַֿי which are living, Leviticus 11:39; Numbers 9:13; Numbers 14:8; Numbers 35:31 אֲשֶׁר הוּא רָשָׁע לָמוּת who is guilty of death, Deuteronomy 20:20; 1 Samuel 10:19; Haggai 1:9 and elsewhere (On 2, compare Dr§ 199, with Obs.).
3. Where, however, the pron. follows the predicate, its position gives it the minimum of emphasis, and it expresses (or resumes) the subject as unobtrusively as possible: thus
a. Genesis 12:18 why didst thou not tell me כי אשׁתך הוא that she was thy wife ? Genesis 20:13; Genesis 21:13 כי זרעך הוא for he is thy seed, Genesis 31:20 because he told him not כִּי בֹרֵחַ הוּא, Genesis 37:3 + often (the opposite order rare and emphatic: Genesis 24:65; Deuteronomy 4:6; Deuteronomy 30:20; Joshua 10:2; 1 Kings 2:22; 1 Kings 3:4; 1 Kings 21:2; Hosea 2:4; Psalm 45:12).
b. resuming the subject, Genesis 31:16 all the wealth which God hath taken etc., לנו הוא ולבנינו it is ours and our children's, Genesis 31:43 and all that thou seest, לי הוא it is mine (or, omitting the pronoun, as not required in our idiom, simply) is mine, Genesis 41:26 חלום פרעה אחד הוא the dream of Pharaoh is one, Genesis 48:5 (לי הם), Exodus 3:5 for the place where on thou standest, אַדְמַת קֹדֶשׁ הוּא it is holy ground, Numbers 13:32; Numbers 21:26; Deuteronomy 1:17; Joshua 5:15; Joshua 6:19; Job 3:19 + often; Genesis 23:15 ארץ ֗֗֗ מַההִֿוא, so Psalm 39:5; Isaiah 41:22 (הֵנָּה); הֵמָּה.... אַתֶּם (unusual) Zephaniah 2:12. (In all such cases the predicate is not referred directly to the subject, but, the subject being made a casus pendens, it is resumed by the pronoun, and the predicate thus referred to it indirectly. By this means the sentence is lightened and relieved, especially if the subject consist of many words: in Genesis 31:16 for instance, the direct form of predicate כִּי לָנוּ וּלְבָנֵינוּ כָּלהָֿעשֶׁר אֲשֶׁר הִצִּיל אֱלֹהִים מֵאָבִינוּ would have been heavy and inelegant.) So
c. after אֲשֶׁר in a negative sentence, Genesis 7:2; Genesis 17:12 אֲשֶׁר לאֹ מִזַּרְעֲךָ הוּא which is not of thy seed, Numbers 17:5; Deuteronomy 17:5; 1 Kings 8:41 (compareהֵמָּה 3c).
d. peculiarly, as the subject of לֹא, Jeremiah 5:12 לוֺא הוּא He is not; and as embracing its predicate in itself, Isaiah 18:2, 7a nation terrible מִןהֿוּא (= מַאֲשֶׁר הוּא) from (the time that) it was, Nahum 2:9 מִימֵי הִיא from the days that (stative construct Ges§ 130. 4) as it was, 2 Kings 7:7 they left the camp כַּאֲשֶׁר הִיא as it was (compare כַּאֲשֶׁר הֵמָּה 2 Kings 7:10). (On 3, compare Dr§ 198, with Obs.)
4. It anticipates (as it seems) the subject namely
a. (rare) Songs 6:9 אַהַת הִיא יוֺנָתִי תַמָּתִי one is she, my dove my perfect one, Leviticus 25:11; Ezekiel 11:15; Ezekiel 21:16; Lamentations 1:18 צַדִּיק הוּא י׳ (often so in Late Hebrew); Ecclesiastes 6:10 וְנוֺדָע אֲשֶׁר הוּא אָדָם and that which he, even man, is, is known (De Now); compare 1 Samuel 6:19 מִקְרֶה הוּא הָיָה לָנוּ an accident is it, (that) hath befallen us. (compare הֵמָּה 4a.)
b. after pronouns —
(α) 2 Samuel 7:28 אַתָּה הוּא הָאֱלֹהִים Thou art he — God, Psalm 44:5 אתה הוא מלבי thou art he — my king, Isaiah 37:16; Isaiah 43:25 (אנכי), Isaiah 51:9, 10, 12; Isaiah 52:6; Jeremiah 14:22; Jeremiah 29:23 Kt +; compare Jeremiah 49:12 וְאַתָּה הוּא נָקֹה תִנָּקֶה and art thou he (that) shall be unpunished ? (with change of person κατά σύνεσιν, compare Judges 13:11; 1 Chronicles 21:17; Ezekiel 38:17.) So Ew§ 297 b Müll§ 499. But others, as GesThes Roo§ 563 DeIsaiah 37:16; Psalm 44:5, treat הוא as emphasizing the pronoun, 'Thou, he, art God' i.e. Thou and none else art God; 'Thou (emphatic) art my king.'
(β) מִי הוּא, followed by a participle or substantive Genesis 27:33; Psalm 24:10 מִי הוּא זֶה מֶלֶךְ הַכָּבוֺד who is he, then — the king of glory ? (according to others, as before, 'Who (emphatic), then, is the king of glory ?'); followed by a verb Isaiah 50:9 מִי הוּא יַרְשִׁיעֵנִי who is he (that) will condemn me ? (others 'Who (emphatic) will condemn me ?') Job 4:7; Job 13:19; Job 17:3; Job 41:2; Jeremiah 30:21 (so with הֵנָּה Genesis 21:29, הֵמָּה Zechariah 1:9; Zechariah 4:5).
(γ) זֶההֿוּא 1 Chronicles 22:1 Ecclesiastes 1:17; (frequently in Late Hebrew, where the two words coalesce into one זֶהוּ). On the analogous אֵלֶּה הֵם ֗֗֗), see הֵמָּה 4b (γ). (compare Dr§ 200, 201)
5. As an emphatic predicate, of God, 'I am He,' i.e. I am He Who is (opposed to unreal gods, named in context, or to transitory world), the Unseen, yet Omni-present, and Self-consistent, Ruler of the world, Deuteronomy 32:39 אֲנִי אֲנִי הוּא I, I am he, and beside me there is no God, Isaiah 41:4 (see Che) Isaiah 43:10, 13 even from today I am he, Isaiah 46:4; Isaiah 48:12; Psalm 102:28 (see Che) thou art he, and thy years have no end (Greek Version of the LXX usually ἐγώ εἰμι : in Psalms σὺ δὲ ὁ αὐτὸς εἶ). So also, according to many, Job 3:19, but is הוא a mere predicate of identity ? see rather 3b.
6. In a neuter sense, that, it (of an action, occurrence, matter, etc.) —
a. Joshua 2:21 כְּדִבְרֵיכֶם כֶּןהֿוּא according to your words, so be it; Genesis 42:14 הוא אשׁר דברתי that is what I said, Exodus 16:23; Leviticus 10:3; 2 Kings 9:36; Job 8:19 הן הוא משׂושׂ דרכו lo that (what has just been described) is the joy of his way, Job 13:16; Job 15:9; Job 31:28; Proverbs 7:23; Ecclesiastes 2:1; Ecclesiastes 3:22; Ecclesiastes 9:9; Esther 9:1b; similarly the feminine הִיא, Judges 14:4 they knew not היא כי מי׳ that it was from י׳, Numbers 14:41; Joshua 10:13; Isaiah 14:24; Psalm 77:10 חַלּוֺתִי הִיא it (this perplexity) is my sickness, Job 9:22; Proverbs 18:13; Jeremiah 22:16; 2 Chronicles 25:20; Ecclesiastes 3:13; reference to זאת Amos 7:6; Psalm 118:23; Job 5:27, זִּה Ecclesiastes 2:24. (Where there is a predicate, the gender of this usually regulates the choice of masculine or feminine: hence הִוא Genesis 34:14; Exodus 8:15; Numbers 15:25 (Ecclesiastes 5:5) Deuteronomy 4:6 +.)
b. affirming the presence or existence of something (rare) : 2 Kings 18:36 = Isaiah 36:21 כִּי מִצְוַת הַמֶּלֶךְ הִיא for it was the king's command, saying etc., 1 Samuel 20:33 (text dubious), Jeremiah 50:15, 25; Jeremiah 51:6, 11; Micah 2:3, perhaps Job 32:8.
7. With the article הַהוּא, הַהִיא, הָהֵ֫מָּה, הָהֵם, הָהֵ֫נָּה : so regularly when joined to a substantive defined itself by the article: Genesis 2:12 הָאָרֶץ הַהִוא that land, Genesis 19:35 ובלילה ההוא and in that night, Genesis 21:22 בָּעֵת הַהִוא at that time, Deuteronomy 1:19 המדבר הגדול והנורא ההוא. Only four times does there occur the anomalous construction בַּלַּיְלָה הוּא Genesis 19:33; Genesis 30:16; Genesis 32:23 [Genesis 32:22]; 1 Samuel 19:10.

See related Aramaic BDB entry H1932.

הוּ Jeremiah 29:23 Kt, see הוּא.
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Genesis

2:11; 2:12; 2:13; 2:14; 2:14; 2:19; 3:12; 3:15; 3:20; 4:4; 4:26; 7:2; 9:3; 9:18; 10:12; 10:21; 12:18; 13:1; 14:2; 14:3; 14:8; 14:15; 15:2; 15:4; 17:12; 19:30; 19:33; 19:35; 20:5; 20:5; 20:13; 21:13; 21:22; 21:29; 23:15; 24:7; 24:65; 27:33; 30:16; 31:16; 31:16; 31:20; 31:43; 32:22; 34:14; 36:1; 37:3; 38:25; 41:26; 42:6; 42:14; 44:17; 48:5

Exodus

1:10; 3:5; 4:14; 4:16; 6:27; 8:15; 12:42; 16:23

Leviticus

10:3; 11:39; 11:39; 13:10; 13:21; 16:31; 20:17; 21:9; 25:11

Numbers

5:13; 5:14; 9:13; 13:32; 14:8; 14:41; 15:25; 17:5; 18:23; 21:26; 35:31

Deuteronomy

1:17; 1:19; 3:22; 4:6; 4:6; 4:35; 7:9; 10:9; 17:5; 20:20; 30:20; 32:39

Joshua

2:21; 5:15; 6:19; 10:2; 10:13; 13:14; 13:33

Judges

7:4; 13:5; 13:11; 14:3; 14:4

1 Samuel

1:13; 4:20; 4:21; 6:19; 10:8; 10:19; 14:18; 19:10; 20:5; 20:29; 20:33; 22:18; 23:22

2 Samuel

7:28; 14:19

1 Kings

2:22; 3:4; 8:41; 17:15; 17:15; 21:2

2 Kings

7:7; 7:10; 9:36; 14:7; 14:22; 14:25; 18:22; 18:30; 18:36

1 Chronicles

11:20; 21:17; 22:1; 26:26; 27:6; 29:16

2 Chronicles

25:20; 28:22; 32:12

Ezra

7:6

Nehemiah

10:38

Esther

9:1; 9:1

Job

3:19; 3:19; 4:7; 5:18; 5:27; 8:19; 9:22; 11:11; 13:16; 13:19; 15:9; 17:3; 28:24; 31:11; 31:11; 31:28; 32:8; 41:2

Psalms

24:2; 24:10; 25:15; 33:9; 39:5; 44:5; 44:5; 45:12; 68:35; 73:16; 77:10; 87:5; 91:3; 102:28; 103:14; 118:23; 148:5

Proverbs

7:23; 10:18; 10:22; 10:24; 11:28; 13:13; 18:13; 19:21; 22:9; 24:12

Ecclesiastes

1; 2:1; 2:24; 3:13; 3:22; 5:5; 5:8; 6:10; 9:9

Song of Songs

6:9

Isaiah

7:14; 9:14; 14:24; 18:2; 18:7; 30:33; 32:7; 33:6; 33:15; 33:16; 33:22; 34:16; 36:21; 37:16; 37:16; 38:19; 41:4; 41:22; 43:10; 43:13; 43:25; 46:4; 47:10; 48:12; 50:9; 51:9; 51:10; 51:12; 52:6; 59:16; 63:5

Jeremiah

5:5; 5:12; 14:22; 22:16; 29:23; 29:23; 29:23; 30:21; 34:7; 49:12; 50:15; 50:25; 51:6; 51:11

Lamentations

1:18

Ezekiel

3:8; 11:15; 12:12; 21:16; 33:8; 38:17

Hosea

2:4; 6:1; 7:8; 10:2; 11:5; 11:10; 13:15

Amos

7:6

Micah

2:3

Nahum

2:9

Zephaniah

2:12

Haggai

1:9

Zechariah

1:9; 4:5

Word / Phrase / Strong's Search

Strong's Number H1931 matches the Hebrew הוּא (hû'),
which occurs 1,887 times in 1,692 verses in the WLC Hebrew.

Page 1 / 34 (Gen 2:11–Gen 19:35)

Unchecked Copy BoxGen 2:11 - The name of the first is Pishon; it [fn]flows around the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 2:12 - The gold of that land is good; the bdellium and the onyx stone are there.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 2:13 - The name of the second river is Gihon; it [fn]flows around the whole land of Cush.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 2:14 - The name of the third river is [fn]Tigris; it [fn]flows east of Assyria. And the fourth river is the [fn]Euphrates.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 2:19 - Out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the [fn]sky, and brought them to the man to see what he would call them; and whatever the man called a living creature, that was its name.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 3:6 - When the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was desirable to make one wise, she took from its fruit and ate; and she gave also to her husband with her, and he ate.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 3:12 - The man said, “The woman whom You gave to be with me, she gave me from the tree, and I ate.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 3:15 - And I will put enmity
Between you and the woman,
And between your seed and her seed;
He shall [fn]bruise you on the head,
And you shall bruise him on the heel.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 3:16 - To the woman He said,
“I will greatly multiply
Your pain [fn]in childbirth,
In pain you will bring forth children;
Yet your desire will be for your husband,
And he will rule over you.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 3:20 - Now the man called his wife’s name [fn]Eve, because she was the mother of all the living.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 4:4 - Abel, on his part also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of their fat portions. And the LORD had regard for Abel and for his offering;
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 4:20 - Adah gave birth to Jabal; he was the father of those who dwell in tents and have livestock.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 4:21 - His brother’s name was Jubal; he was the father of all those who play the lyre and pipe.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 4:22 - As for Zillah, she also gave birth to Tubal-cain, the forger of all implements of bronze and iron; and the sister of Tubal-cain was Naamah.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 4:26 - To Seth, to him also a son was born; and he called his name Enosh. Then men began to call [fn]upon the name of the LORD.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 6:3 - Then the LORD said, “My Spirit shall not [fn]strive with man forever, [fn]because he also is flesh; [fn]nevertheless his days shall be one hundred and twenty years.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 7:2 - “You shall take [fn]with you of every clean animal [fn]by sevens, a male and his female; and of the animals that are not clean two, a male and his female;
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 9:3 - “Every moving thing that is alive shall be food for you; I give all to you, as I gave the green plant.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 9:18 - Now the sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem and Ham and Japheth; and Ham was the father of Canaan.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 10:8 - Now Cush [fn]became the father of Nimrod; he [fn]became a mighty one on the earth.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 10:9 - He was a mighty hunter before the LORD; therefore it is said, “Like Nimrod a mighty hunter before the LORD.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 10:11 - From that land he went forth into Assyria, and built Nineveh and Rehoboth-Ir and Calah,
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 10:12 - and Resen between Nineveh and Calah; that is the great city.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 10:21 - Also to Shem, the father of all the children of Eber, and the [fn]older brother of Japheth, children were born.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 12:14 - It came about when Abram came into Egypt, the Egyptians [fn]saw that the woman was very beautiful.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 12:18 - Then Pharaoh called Abram and said, “What is this you have done to me? Why did you not tell me that she was your wife?
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 12:19 - “Why did you say, ‘She is my sister,’ so that I took her for my wife? Now then, [fn]here is your wife, take her and go.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 13:1 - So Abram went up from Egypt to the [fn]Negev, he and his wife and all that belonged to him, and Lot with him.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:2 - that they made war with Bera king of Sodom, and with Birsha king of Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, and Shemeber king of Zeboiim, and the king of Bela (that is, Zoar).
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:3 - All these [fn]came as allies to the valley of Siddim (that is, the Salt Sea).
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:7 - Then they turned back and came to En-mishpat (that is, Kadesh), and [fn]conquered all the country of the Amalekites, and also the Amorites, who lived in Hazazon-tamar.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:8 - And the king of Sodom and the king of Gomorrah and the king of Admah and the king of Zeboiim and the king of Bela (that is, Zoar) came out; and they arrayed for battle against them in the valley of Siddim,
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:12 - They also took Lot, Abram’s nephew, and his possessions and departed, for he was living in Sodom.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:13 - Then [fn]a fugitive came and told Abram the Hebrew. Now he was [fn]living by the [fn]oaks of Mamre the Amorite, brother of Eshcol and brother of Aner, and these were [fn]allies with Abram.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:15 - He divided [fn]his forces against them by night, he and his servants, and [fn]defeated them, and pursued them as far as Hobah, which is [fn]north of Damascus.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:17 - Then after his return from the [fn]defeat of Chedorlaomer and the kings who were with him, the king of Sodom went out to meet him at the valley of Shaveh (that is, the King’s Valley).
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 14:18 - And Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine; now he was a priest of [fn]God Most High.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 15:2 - Abram said, “O Lord [fn]GOD, what will You give me, since I [fn]am childless, and the [fn]heir of my house is Eliezer of Damascus?”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 15:4 - Then behold, the word of the LORD came to him, saying, “This man will not be your heir; but one who will come forth from your own [fn]body, he shall be your heir.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 15:18 - On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying,
“To your [fn]descendants I have given this land,
From the river of Egypt as far as the great river, the river Euphrates:
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 16:12 - “He will be a wild donkey of a man,
His hand will be against everyone,
And everyone’s hand will be against him;
And he will [fn]live [fn]to the east of all his brothers.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 17:12 - “And every male among you who is eight days old shall be circumcised throughout your generations, a servant who is born in the house or who is bought with money from any foreigner, who is not of your [fn]descendants.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 17:14 - “But an uncircumcised male who is not circumcised in the flesh of his foreskin, that person shall be cut off from his people; he has broken My covenant.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 18:1 - Now the LORD appeared to him by the [fn]oaks of Mamre, while he was sitting at the tent door in the heat of the day.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 18:8 - He took curds and milk and the calf which he had prepared, and placed it before them; and he was standing by them under the tree [fn]as they ate.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 18:10 - He said, “I will surely return to you [fn]at this time next year; and behold, Sarah your wife will have a son.” And Sarah was listening at the tent door, which H1931 was behind him.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 19:20 - now behold, this town is near enough to flee to, and it is small. Please, let me escape there (is it not small?) [fn]that my life may be saved.”
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 19:30 - Lot went up from Zoar, and [fn]stayed in the [fn]mountains, and his two daughters with him; for he was afraid to [fn]stay in Zoar; and he [fn]stayed in a cave, he and his two daughters.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 19:33 - So they made their father drink wine that night, and the firstborn went in and lay with her father; and he did not know when she lay down or when she arose.
Unchecked Copy BoxGen 19:35 - So they made their father drink wine that night also, and the younger arose and lay with him; and he did not know when she lay down or when she arose.


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