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Genesis 5:31

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Masoretic Text 1524

H1961 were ויהי
H3605 And all כל
H3117 the days ימי
H3929 of Lamech למך
H7651 seven שׁבע
H7657 seventy ושׁבעים
H8141 years שׁנה
H7651 and seven ושׁבע
H3967 hundred מאות
H8141   שׁנה
H4191 and he died וימת׃

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

H3117 days
H3929 Lamech
H1961 were
H7651 seven
H3967 hundred
H7657 seventy
H7651 seven
H8141 years
H4191 died

Hebrew-English Dictionary

Strongs: H3117
Hebrew: יוֹם
Transliteration: yôwm
Pronunciation: yome
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Bible Usage: {age} + {always} + {chronicles} continually ({-ance}) {daily} ({[birth-]} {each} to) {day} (now {a} two) days ({agone}) + {elder} X-(idiom) {end} + {evening} + (for) ever ({-lasting} {-more}) X-(idiom) {full} {life} as (so) long as (. . . {live}) (even) {now} + {old} + {outlived} + {perpetually} {presently} + {remaineth} X-(idiom) {required} {season} X-(idiom) {since} {space} {then} (process of) {time} + as at other {times} + in {trouble} {weather} (as) {when} ({a} {the} within a) while ({that}) X-(idiom) whole (+ {age}) (full) year ({-ly}) + younger.

a day (as the warm {hours}) whether literally (from sunrise to {sunset} or from one sunset to the {next}) or figuratively (a space of time defined by an associated {term}) (often used adverbially)

1. day, time, year

a. day (as opposed to night)

b. day (24 hour period)

1. as defined by evening and morning in Genesis 1

2. as a division of time 1b

c. a working day, a day's journey

d. days, lifetime (pl.)

e. time, period (general)

f. year

g. temporal references

1. today

2. yesterday

3. tomorrow

The Brown-Driver-Briggs
Hebrew-English Lexicon (BDB) 1906
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.