7360. racham or rachamah
Strong's Concordance
racham or rachamah: carrion vulture
Original Word: רָחָם
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: racham or rachamah
Phonetic Spelling: (raw-khawm')
Definition: carrion vulture
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
carrion vulture
NASB Translation
carrion vulture (2).

רָחָם noun [masculine] carrion-vulture; — absolute ׳הָר Leviticus 11:18 (Samaritan רחמה; so perhaps read) = הָרָחָ֫מָה "" Deuteronomy 14:17 (on accent see Dr; compare Ges§ 90f).

רָחָ֫מָה noun [masculine] id.; Deuteronomy 14:17, see foregoing.

רחן (apparently √ of following; meaning dubious).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
gier- eagle

Or (feminine) rachamah {raw-khaw-maw'}; from racham; a kind of vulture (supposed to be tender towards its young) -- gier- eagle.

see HEBREW racham

Forms and Transliterations
הָרָחָ֖מָה הָרָחָֽם׃ הרחם׃ הרחמה hā·rā·ḥā·māh hā·rā·ḥām haraCham haraChamah hārāḥām hārāḥāmāh
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Englishman's Concordance
Leviticus 11:18
HEB: הַקָּאָ֖ת וְאֶת־ הָרָחָֽם׃
NAS: and the pelican and the carrion vulture,
KJV: and the pelican, and the gier eagle,
INT: and the white and the pelican and the carrion

Deuteronomy 14:17
HEB: וְהַקָּאָ֥ת וְאֶֽת־ הָרָחָ֖מָה וְאֶת־ הַשָּׁלָֽךְ׃
NAS: the pelican, the carrion vulture, the cormorant,
KJV: And the pelican, and the gier eagle, and the cormorant,
INT: the pelican the carrion the cormorant

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 7360
2 Occurrences

hā·rā·ḥām — 1 Occ.
hā·rā·ḥā·māh — 1 Occ.

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