1946. huk
Strong's Concordance
huk: bring again, come, go up
Original Word: הוּךְ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: huk
Phonetic Spelling: (hook)
Definition: bring again, come, go up
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) the same as halak, q.v.

Brown-Driver-Briggs
[הֲלַךְ] verb go (Biblical Hebrew; ᵑ7; Syriac only Pa.); —

Pe`al syncop. (so ᵑ7 D§ 70, 9, Egyptian Aramaic Cooke209, Imperfect S-CD 22, G 25, 28) go, of men: Imperfect3masculine singular וִיהַח (K§ 44 a; al. וִיהָח) Ezra 6:5, יְהָ֑ךְ Ezra 5:5; of inanimate things = be brought, Ezra 7:13; Infinitive לִמְהַח (Kl.c.; al. חָ֯) Ezra 7:13.

Pa`el Participle מְהַלֵח walking about Daniel 4:26 (עַל location).

Haph`el id.: Participle plural מַהְלְכִין Daniel 3:25 (בְּגוֺא); figurative Daniel 4:34 walk in pride (? read

Pa`el in these).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
bring again, come, go up

(Aramaic) corresponding to halak; to go; causatively, to bring -- bring again, come, go (up).

see HEBREW halak

Forms and Transliterations
וִ֠יהָךְ ויהך יְהָ֑ךְ יְהָֽךְ׃ יהך יהך׃ לִמְהָ֧ךְ למהך lim·hāḵ limHach limhāḵ Vihoch wî·hāḵ wîhāḵ yə·hāḵ yeHach yəhāḵ
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Englishman's Concordance
Ezra 5:5
HEB: טַעְמָ֖א לְדָרְיָ֣וֶשׁ יְהָ֑ךְ וֶאֱדַ֛יִן יְתִיב֥וּן
KJV: the matter came to Darius:
INT: the matter to Darius came and then be returned

Ezra 6:5
HEB: לְבָבֶ֑ל יַהֲתִיב֗וּן וִ֠יהָךְ לְהֵיכְלָ֤א דִי־
KJV: be restored, and brought again unto the temple
INT: to Babylon be returned again the temple which

Ezra 7:13
HEB: וְכָהֲנ֣וֹהִי וְלֵוָיֵ֗א לִמְהָ֧ךְ לִֽירוּשְׁלֶ֛ם עִמָּ֖ךְ
KJV: which are minded of their own freewill to go up to Jerusalem,
INT: and their priests and the Levites up to Jerusalem thee

Ezra 7:13
HEB: לִֽירוּשְׁלֶ֛ם עִמָּ֖ךְ יְהָֽךְ׃
KJV: to go up to Jerusalem, go with thee.
INT: to Jerusalem thee go

4 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 1946
4 Occurrences


lim·hāḵ — 1 Occ.
wî·hāḵ — 1 Occ.
yə·hāḵ — 2 Occ.










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