H8478 - Strong's Master Concordance
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Derivation: from the same as
Strong's: the bottom (as depressed); only adverbially, below (often with prepositional prefix underneath), in lieu of, etc.
KJV: as, beneath, [idiom] flat, in(-stead), (same) place (where...is), room, for...sake, stead of, under, [idiom] unto, [idiom] when...was mine, whereas, (where-) fore, with.
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
1) the under part, beneath, instead of, as, for, for the sake of, flat, unto, where, whereas n m
1a) the under part adv accus
1b) beneath prep
1c) under, beneath
1c1) at the foot of (idiom)
1c2) sweetness, subjection, woman, being burdened or oppressed (fig)
1c3) of subjection or conquest
1d) what is under one, the place in which one stands
1d1) in one's place, the place in which one stands (idiom with reflexive pronoun)
1d2) in place of, instead of (in transferred sense)
1d3) in place of, in exchange or return for (of things mutually interchanged)
1e) instead of, instead of that
1f) in return for that, because that in compounds
1g) in, under, into the place of (after verbs of motion)
1h) from under, from beneath, from under the hand of, from his place, under, beneath
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament ScripturesGesenius: תַּחַת (H8478 in 58 WLC links below)
(1) subst. the lower part, that which is below. (Arab. تَحْتُ id., compare Eth. አትሐተ፡ to let down, to lower, ተትሕተ፡ to be lowered, depressed, ትሑት፡ low, ታሕተ፡ under. It may, however, be doubted whether ת final be primary and radical, or secondary, which latter opinion is supported by the Arab. تاخ to go down and dip (one’s finger); whence תַּחַת may be derived, like נַחַת, from נוּחַ.) Hence, in acc. adverb. below, beneath, Gen 49:25 Deu 33:13 מִתַּחַת id. (comp. מִן No. 3, c), Exo 20:4 Jos 2:11. In constr. state (for which there is once תַּחַת לְ Son 2:6), and with suff., commonly pl. תַּחְתַּי, תַּחְתֶּיךָ, תַּחְתָּיו, תַּחְתֶּיהַ, תַּחְתֵּינוּ, תַּחְתָּם, תַּחְתֵּיבֶם, תַּחְתֵּיהֶם; rarely sing. תַּחְתֵּנִי 2Sa 22:37, 40 2Sa 22:40, 48 2Sa 22:48 (as to the form of which, see Hebr. Gramm. § 36, note). Prep. below, beneath, under (ὑπό), Arab. تَحْتَ. תַּחַת הַשָּׁמַיִם under heaven, Dan 9:12 הַשֶּׁמֶשׁ תַּחַת under the sun (see שֶׁמֶשׁ ); תַּחַת הָהָר beneath the mountain, at the foot of the mountain, Exo 24:4 תַּחַת הַלָּשֹׁון under the tongue, Psa 10:7 Psa 66:17 , and תַּחַת שְׂפָתַיִם under the lips, Psa 140:4, i.e. in the mouth; תַּהַת יַד פּ׳ under the hand, i.e. in the power of any one, 1Sa 21:9. Of a woman it is said, she commits whoredom, adultery, under her husband, Num 5:19 Eze 23:5, i.e. she commits whoredom who ought to obey the authority of her husband. But Hab 3:16, may be rendered, תַּחְתַּי אֶרְגַּז “I tremble in my lower parts,” i.e. my knees and feet tremble.-With verbs of motion it is-(a) beneath, under any thing, 2Sa 22:37, 40 2Sa 22:40, 48 2Sa 22:48 Gen 18:4 Jdg 3:30 .-(b) κατά, down, downwards, i.q. מַטָּה, Amo 2:13, אָנֹכִי מֵעִיק תַּחְתֵּיבֶם, prop. “I press you downwards;” Job 40:12.
(α) מִתַּחַת adv. below, beneath (see above), prep. ὑπʼ ἐκ, unter (etwas) hervor, heraus, hinweg, from under, from beneath, used of those that were under anything, and come out from thence, Eze 47:1, “waters came out מִתָּחַת הַמִּפְתָּן from under the threshold;” Pro 22:27, “why should they take away thy bed מִתַּחְתֶּיךָ from under thee?” i.e. on which thou liest; Exo 6:6 Deu 7:24. Hence זָנָה מִתַּחַת פּ׳, see זָנָה . More rarely for מִתָּחַת לְ below, under (any thing), Job 26:5 Eze 42:9. Another מִתַּחַת (out of a place), see No. 2.
(β) מִתַּחַת לְ (opp. to מֵעַל לְ), below, under any thing, as מִתַּחַת לָרָקִיעַ below the firmament, Gen 1:7 Exo 30:4 מִתַּחַת לְבֵית אֵל at the foot of Bethel (situated on a mountain), Gen 35:5, compare 1Sa 7:11.
(γ) לְמִתַּחַת לְ i.q. preceding, after a verb of motion, 1Ki 7:32.
(2) what is under any one, the place in which any one stands, is constituted. Zec 6:12, יִצְמַח מִתַּחְתָּיו “from his place he shall grow up,” compare Exo 10:23. Hence-(a) in acc. in a place, Exo 16:29, שְׁבוּ אִישׁ תַּחְתָּיו “remain, every one in his own place;” Jdg 7:21 1Sa 14:9 2Sa 2:23 2Sa 7:10 1Ch 17:9 Job 36:16, רַחַב לֹא מוּצַק תַּחְתֶּיהָ a wide space, where (pr. in which place) there is no straitness.-(b) in the place of, for, instead of (anftatt), used of those who succeed into the place of another. Lev 16:32 Est 2:17 Psa 45:17 , תַּחַת אֲבֹותֶיךָ יִהְיוּ בָנֶיךָ “in the stead of thy fathers shall be thy children.” Hence used of things which are interchanged, used of price (for) Gen 30:15 1Sa 2:20 1Ki 21:2, and after verbs of requiting, 1Sa 25:21. תַּחַת מֶה for what? why? Jer 5:19.
With a relat. conj. תַּחַת אֲשֶׁר-
(1) instead of that (anftatt daß), Deu 28:62.
(2) because that, i.e. because, Deu 21:14 2Ki 22:17. תַּחַת כִּי id. Deu 4:37. Also in the same sense תַּחַת followed by an inf. Isa 60:15, compare Job 34:26. תַּחַת רְשָׁעִים for the fuller תַּחַת הֱיֹותָם רְשָׁעִים “because they are wicked.”
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesתּחת
From the same as H8430; the bottom (as depressed); only adverbially below (often with prepositional prefix underneath), in lieu of, etc.: - as, beneath, X flat, in (-stead), (same) place (where . . . is), room, for . . . sake, stead of, under, X unto, X when . . . was mine, whereas, [where-] fore, with.
LXX related word(s)
G5270 hupo kato
G2736 kato *
[H85, H1264, H2643, H2763, H2764, H2765, H2766, H2820, H2821, H2822, H2823, H2865, H2866, H2867, H7355, H7356, H7357, H7358, H7359, H7360, H7730, H7731, H8479, H8480]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
- the under part, beneath, instead of, as, for, for the sake of, flat, unto, where, whereas
- the under part (noun masculine)
- beneath (adverbial accusative)
- under, beneath (preposition)
- at the foot of (idiom)
- sweetness, subjection, woman, being burdened or oppressed (figuratively)
- of subjection or conquest
- what is under one, the place in which one stands (noun masculine)
- in one's place, the place in which one stands (idiom with reflexive pronoun)
- in place of, instead of (in transferred sense)
- in place of, in exchange or return for (of things mutually interchanged)
- instead of, instead of that (conjunction)
- in return for that, because that (conjunction)
- in, under, into the place of (after verbs of motion) (in compounds)
- from under, from beneath, from under the hand of, from his place, under, beneath
Origin: from the same as H8430
TWOT entry: 2504
Part(s) of speech: Noun Masculine
Strong's Definition: From the same as H8430; the bottom (as depressed); only adverbially below (often with prepositional prefix underneath), in lieu of, etc.: - as, beneath, X flat, in (-stead), (same) place (where. .. is), room, for. .. sake, stead of, under, X unto, X when. .. was mine, whereas, [where-] fore, with.
Total KJV Occurrences: 24were under (1)
from under (1)
that were under (1)
in the stead (1)
Gen 30:15; Exo 21:26
them beneath (1)
them in the place (1)
in the same place (1)
in the room (1)
and under (2)
1Ki 7:32; Jer 3:6
submitted themselves (1)
in of waters in (1)
them as (1)
in the place (1)
when she was mine (1)
Strong's Master Concordance
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