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Psalms 51:10

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Masoretic Text 1524

H3820 heart לב
H2889 in me a clean טהור
H1254 Create ברא
H430 O God לי אלהים
H7307 spirit ורוח
H3559 a right נכון
H2318 and renew חדשׁ
H7130 within בקרבי׃

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

H1254 Create
H2889 clean
H3820 heart
H430 God
H2318 renew
H3559 right
H7307 spirit
H7130 within

Hebrew-English Dictionary

Strongs: H3559
Hebrew: כּוּן
Transliteration: kûwn
Pronunciation: koon
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: certain ({-ty}) {confirm} {direct} {faithfulness} {fashion} {fasten} {firm} be {fitted} be {fixed} {frame} be {meet} {ordain} {order} {perfect} (make) {preparation} prepare ({self}) {provide} make {provision} ({be} make) {ready} {right} set ({aright} {fast} {forth}) be {stable} (e-) {stablish} {stand} {tarry} X-(idiom) very deed.

properly to be erect (that {is} stand perpendicular); . hence (causatively) to set {up} in a great variety of {applications} whether literal ({establish } fix: {prepare} {apply }) or figurative ({appoint } render {sure} proper or prosperous)

1. to be firm, be stable, be established

a. (Niphal)

1. to be set up, be established, be fixed 1a

b. to be firmly established 1a

c. to be established, be stable, be secure, be enduring 1a

d. to be fixed, be securely determined

1. to be directed aright, be fixed aright, be steadfast (moral sense)

2. to prepare, be ready

3. to be prepared, be arranged, be settled

e. (Hiphil)

1. to establish, set up, accomplish, do, make firm

2. to fix, make ready, prepare, provide, provide for, furnish

3. to direct toward (moral sense)

4. to arrange, order

f. (Hophal)

1. to be established, be fastened

2. to be prepared, be ready

g. (Polel)

1. to set up, establish

2. to constitute, make

3. to fix

4. to direct

h. (Pulal) to be established, be prepared

i. (Hithpolel) to be established, be restored

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