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Genesis 6:1

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Masoretic Text 1524

H1961 And it came to pass ויהי
H3588 when כי
H2490 began החל
H120 men האדם
H7231 to multiply לרב
H5921 on על
H6440 the face פני
H127 of the earth האדמה
H1323 and daughters ובנות
H3205 were born ילדו׃

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

H1961 pass
H3588 when
H120 men
H2490 began
H7231 multiply
H6440 face
H127 earth
H1323 daughters
H3205 born

Hebrew-English Dictionary

Strongs: H2490
Hebrew: חָלַל
Transliteration: châlal
Pronunciation: khaw-lal'
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: begin (X men {began}) {defile} X-(idiom) {break} {defile} X-(idiom) eat (as common {things}) X-(idiom) {first} X-(idiom) gather the grape {thereof} X-(idiom) take {inheritance} {pipe} player on {instruments} {pollute} (cast as) profane ({self}) {prostitute} slay ({slain}) {sorrow} {stain} wound.

properly to {bore} that {is} (by implication) to {wound} to dissolve; figuratively to profane (a {person} place or {thing}) to break (one´ s {word}) to begin (as if by an opening-wedge); denominatively (from H2485) to play (the flute)

1. to profane, defile, pollute, desecrate, begin

a. (Niphal)

1. to profane oneself, defile oneself, pollute oneself 1a

b. ritually 1a

c. sexually

1. to be polluted, be defiled

d. (Piel)

1. to profane, make common, defile, pollute

2. to violate the honour of, dishonour

3. to violate (a covenant)

4. to treat as common

e. (Pual) to profane (name of God)

f. (Hiphil)

1. to let be profaned

2. to begin

g. (Hophal) to be begun

2. to wound (fatally), bore through, pierce, bore

a. (Qal) to pierce

b. (Pual) to be slain

c. (Poel) to wound, pierce

d. (Poal) to be wounded

3. (Piel) to play the flute or pipe

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