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Psalms 51:11

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Masoretic Text 1524

H408 me not אל
H7993 Cast תשׁליכני
H6440   מלפניך
H7307 spirit ורוח
H6944 thy holy קדשׁך
H408 not אל
H3947 and take תקח
H4480 away from ממני׃

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

H7993 Cast
H408 not
H4480 from
H4480 presence
H3947 take
H408 not
H6944 holy
H7307 spirit
H4480 from

Hebrew-English Dictionary

Strongs: H7307
Hebrew: רוּחַ
Transliteration: rûwach
Pronunciation: roo'-akh
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Bible Usage: {air} {anger} {blast} {breath} X-(idiom) {cool} {courage} {mind} X-(idiom) {quarter} X-(idiom) {side} spirit ({[-ual]}) {tempest} X-(idiom) {vain} ([whirl-]) wind (-y).

wind; by resemblance {breath} that {is} a sensible (or even violent) exhalation; figuratively {life} anger: unsubstantiality; by extension a region of the sky; by resemblance {spirit} but only of a rational being (including its expression and functions)

1. wind, breath, mind, spirit

a. breath

b. wind

1. of heaven

2. quarter (of wind), side

3. breath of air

4. air, gas

5. vain, empty thing

c. spirit (as that which breathes quickly in animation or agitation)

1. spirit, animation, vivacity, vigour

2. courage

3. temper, anger

4. impatience, patience

5. spirit, disposition (as troubled, bitter, discontented)

6. disposition (of various kinds), unaccountable or uncontrollable impulse

7. prophetic spirit

d. spirit (of the living, breathing being in man and animals)

1. as gift, preserved by God, God's spirit, departing at death, disembodied being

e. spirit (as seat of emotion)

1. desire

2. sorrow, trouble

f. spirit

1. as seat or organ of mental acts

2. rarely of the will

3. as seat especially of moral character

g. Spirit of God, the third person of the triune God, the Holy Spirit, coequal, coeternal with the Father and the Son

1. as inspiring ecstatic state of prophecy

2. as impelling prophet to utter instruction or warning

3. imparting warlike energy and executive and administrative power

4. as endowing men with various gifts

5. as energy of life

6. as manifest in the Shekinah glory

7. never referred to as a depersonalised force

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