H7287 - Strong's Master Concordance
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Derivation: a primitive root;
Strong's: to tread down, i.e. subjugate; specifically, to crumble off
KJV: (come to, make to) have dominion, prevail against, reign, (bear, make to) rule,(-r, over), take.
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
1) to rule, have dominion, dominate, tread down
1a) (Qal) to have dominion, rule, subjugate
1b) (Hiphil) to cause to dominate
1) to scrape out
1a) (Qal) to scrape, scrape out
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament ScripturesGesenius: רָדָה (H7287 in 12 WLC links below)
fut. apoc. יֵרְדְּ-
(2) to subdue, to rule over, followed by בְּ Gen 1:28 Lev 26:17 and acc. Eze 34:4 Psa 68:28 Isa 14:6 absol. Num 24:19 1Ki 5:4. Poet. used of ravaging fire, Lam 1:13, “from on high he hath sent fire into my bones וַיִּרְדֶּנָּה and it ravageth in them” (compare ܪܕܐܳ of a ravaging fire, Barhebr. p. 216).- Jer 5:31, “the prophets prophesy lies וְהַכֹּהֲנִים יִרְדּוּ עַל־יְדֵיהֶם and the priests rule by their guidance.” In this place רָדָה may be taken in the Syriac sense to teach, a notion which arises from that of correction (compare לָמַד, παιδεύειν), although the priests rarely exercised the office of teachers [which was however part of their duty].
(3) Figuratively, to possess oneself of, to take possession of (as honey from a hive). Jdg 14:9 . LXX. ἐξεῖλε. Vulg. sumpsit. Ch. נְסַה tore away. The Talmudists use this word for taking bread out of an oven.
[“Piel, i.q. Kal, to break up, to tread upon, Jdg 5:15 .”]
Hiphil, causat. of No. 2, Isa 41:2.
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesרדה
A primitive root; to tread down, that is, subjugate; specifically to crumble off: - (come to, make to) have dominion, prevail against, reign, (bear, make to) rule, (-r, over), take.
LXX related word(s)
G1807 ex aireo
G1825 ex egeiro
G2609 kat ago
G2634 kata kurieuo
G2716 kat ergazomai
G1839 ex istemi
[H309, H310, H311, H312, H313, H732, H733, H734, H735, H967, H1411, H1481, H1482, H1483, H1484, H1725, H1921, H1922, H1923, H1924, H1925, H1926, H2215, H2716, H6667, H7233]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
- to rule, have dominion, dominate, tread down
- (Qal) to have dominion, rule, subjugate
- (Hiphil) to cause to dominate
- to scrape out
- (Qal) to scrape, scrape out
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT entry: 2121,2122
Part(s) of speech: Verb
Strong's Definition: A primitive root; to tread down, that is, subjugate ; specifically to crumble off: - (come to, make to) have dominion, prevail against, reign, (bear, make to) rule, (-r, over), take.
Total KJV Occurrences: 27and let them have dominion (1)
and have dominion (1)
thou shalt not rule (1)
ye shall not rule (1)
shall he be with him and the other shall not rule (1)
you shall reign (1)
shall come he that shall have dominion (1)
have dominion (1)
made me have dominion (1)
and he took (1)
not them that he had taken (1)
for he had dominion (1)
which ruled (1)
which bare rule (1)
that bare rule (1)
so that they had the dominion (1)
shall have dominion (1)
with their ruler (1)
he shall have dominion (1)
they were and they shall rule (1)
he that ruled (1)
him and made him rule (1)
bear rule (1)
and it prevaileth (1)
them that they shall no more rule (1)
have ye ruled (1)
Strong's Master Concordance
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