H3528 כּבר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


כּבר
ke bâr
keb-awr'
From H3527; properly extent of time, that is, a great while; hence long ago, formerly, hitherto

KJV Usage: already, (seeing that which), now.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3902

כּבר

1. already, long ago, a great while
Origin: from H3527
TWOT: 947c
Parts of Speech: Adverb

TBESH:
כְּבָר
ke.var
H:Adv
already
1) already, long ago, a great while

View how H3528 כּבר is used in the Bible

8 occurrences of H3528 כּבר

Ecclesiastes 1:10 it hath been already
Ecclesiastes 2:12 even that which hath been already
Ecclesiastes 2:16 seeing that which now
Ecclesiastes 3:15 That which hath been is now;
Ecclesiastes 3:15 and that which is to be hath already
Ecclesiastes 6:10 already,
Ecclesiastes 9:6 hath now
Ecclesiastes 9:7 now

Distinct usage

1 even that which hath been already
1 That which hath been is now;
1 and that which is to be hath already
1 already,
1 now
1 seeing that which now
1 hath now
1 it hath been already


Related words

H3528 כּבר

H3529 כּבר ke bâr
כּבר
ke bâr
keb-awr'
The same as H3528; length; Kebar, a river of Mesopotamia

KJV Usage: Chebar.

Compare H2249.

H3530 כּברה kibrâh
כּברה
kibrâh
kib-raw'
Feminine of H3528; properly length, that is, a measure (of uncertain dimension)

KJV Usage: X little.


H3527 כּבר kâbar

כּבר
kâbar
kaw-bar'
A primitive root; properly to plait together, that is, (figuratively) to augment (especially in number or quantity, to accumulate)

KJV Usage: in abundance, multiply.


H3523 כּביר ke bı̂yr
כּביר
ke bı̂yr
keb-eer
From H3527 in the original sense of plaiting; a matrass (of intertwined materials)

KJV Usage: pillow.


H3531 כּברה ke bârâh
כּברה
ke bârâh
keb-aw-raw'
From H3527 in its original sense; a sieve (as netted)

KJV Usage: sieve.


H4342 מכבּיר makbı̂yr
מכבּיר
makbı̂yr
mak-beer'
Transitive participle of H3527; plenty

KJV Usage: abundance.


H4345 מכבּר makbêr
מכבּר
makbêr
mak-bare
From H3527 in the sense of covering (compare H3531); a grate

KJV Usage: grate.


H4346 מכבּר makbâr
מכבּר
makbâr
mak-bawr'
From H3527 in the sense of covering; a cloth (as netted (compare H4345))

KJV Usage: thick cloth.