H7243 - Strong's Master Concordance
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance [Enhanced]
Strong's: fourth; also (fractionally) a fourth
KJV: foursquare, fourth (part).
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
1b) four square
1c) fourth part
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament ScripturesGesenius: רְבִיעִי (H7243 in 2 WLC and 1 more KJV links below)
f. ־ִית ordinal adj. fourth (from רְבַע, אַרְבַּע four). בְּנֵי רְבִיעִים children of the fourth, sc. generation, i.e. the children of great grand children, 2Ki 10:30 2Ki 15:12 . Fem. רְבִיעִית also a subst. a fourth part, Exo 29:40.
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesרבעי רביעי
From H7251; fourth; also (fractionally) a fourth: - four-square, fourth (part).
LXX related word(s)
[H777, H1219, H1220, H1221, H1222, H1284, H4211, H4212, H5622, H5838, H5839, H5909, H6519, H6651, H6652, H6866, H7244]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
Original: רבעי רביעי
Transliteration: rebı̂y‛ı̂y rebi‛ı̂y
- four square
- fourth part
Origin: from H7251
TWOT entry: 2107c
Part(s) of speech: Adjective
Strong's Definition: From H7251; fourth ; also (fractionally) a fourth: - four-square, fourth (part).
Total KJV Occurrences: 56were the fourth (1)
and the fourth (8)
Gen 2:14; Exo 28:20; Exo 39:13; Num 15:5; Jos 19:17; 2Sa 3:4; Eze 10:14; Dan 11:2
but in the fourth (2)
Gen 15:16; Lev 19:24
and the fourth part (1)
the fourth (14)
Lev 23:13; 1Ch 2:14; 1Ch 3:2; 1Ch 3:15; 1Ch 8:2; 1Ch 12:10; 1Ch 23:19; 1Ch 24:8; 1Ch 24:23; 1Ch 25:11; 1Ch 26:2; 1Ch 26:4; 1Ch 26:11; 1Ch 27:7
on the fourth (1)
with the fourth (2)
Num 15:4; Num 28:5
thereof shall be the fourth (1)
and a fourth (1)
and on the fourth (2)
Num 29:23; 2Ch 20:26
and it came to pass on the fourth (1)
in the fourth (9)
1Ki 6:1; 1Ki 6:37; Jer 25:1; Jer 28:1; Jer 39:2; Jer 45:1; Jer 46:2; Jer 51:59; Eze 1:1
a fourth part (1)
of the fourth (2)
2Ki 10:30; Zec 8:19
unto the fourth (1)
and it came to pass in the fourth (2)
2Ki 18:9; Jer 36:1
captain for the fourth (1)
now on the fourth (1)
one fourth part (1)
and another fourth part (1)
and in the fourth (2)
Jer 52:6; Zec 6:3
Strong's Master Concordance
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Dictionaries of Hebrew and Greek Words taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance by James Strong, 1890.
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