H2549 - Strong's Master Concordance
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance [Enhanced]
Strong's: fifth; also a fifth
KJV: fifth (part).
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
1) ordinal number, 5th
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament ScripturesGesenius: חֲמִישִׁי (H2549 in 8 WLC links below)
& חֲמִשִּׁי m. ־ִית f. adj. numeral ordinal (from card. חָמֵשׁ), fifth, Gen 1:23 Gen 30:17 Lev 19:25 Num 7:36, etc. Fem. is often used ellipt. (חֶלְקָה being omitted), a fifth part, Gen 47:24 Lev 5:16 Lev 27:15 . Plur. irreg. חֲמִשִּׁיתָיו Lev 5:24 .
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesחמשּׁי חמישׁי
Ordinal from H2568; fifth; also a fifth: - fifth (part).
LXX related word(s)
G3991 pemptos *
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
Original: חמשּׁי חמישׁי
Transliteration: chămı̂yshı̂y chămishshı̂y
- ordinal number, 5th
Origin: ordinal from H2568
TWOT entry: 686d
Part(s) of speech: Adjective
Strong's Definition: Ordinal from H2568; fifth ; also a fifth: - fifth (part).
Total KJV Occurrences: 45were the fifth (1)
the fifth (15)
Gen 30:17; Gen 47:24; Lev 22:14; Lev 27:15; Lev 27:19; 1Ch 2:14; 1Ch 3:3; 1Ch 8:2; 1Ch 12:10; 1Ch 24:9; 1Ch 25:12; 1Ch 26:3; 1Ch 26:4; 1Ch 27:8; Neh 6:5
the fifth part (2)
Lev 5:16; Lev 6:5
and in the fifth (3)
Lev 19:25; 2Ki 25:8; Jer 28:1
a fifth (2)
Lev 27:13; Lev 27:27
thereto the fifth (1)
unto it the fifth (1)
on the fifth (2)
Num 7:36; Jdg 19:8
and on the fifth (1)
day of the fifth (2)
Num 33:38; Ezr 7:9
and the fifth (2)
Jos 19:24; 2Sa 3:4
were a fifth part (1)
and it came to pass in the fifth (2)
1Ki 14:25; Jer 36:9
for the fifth (1)
and it came to pass that in the fifth (1)
in the fifth (5)
Ezr 7:8; Jer 1:3; Eze 20:1; Zec 7:3; Zec 7:5
now in the fifth (1)
which was the fifth (1)
of the fifth (1)
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