H5092 נהי - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


נהי
ne hı̂y
neh-hee'
From H5091; an elegy

KJV Usage: lamentation, wailing.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB5012

נהי

1. wailing, lamentation, mourning song
a. wailing
b. mourning song
Origin: from H5091
TWOT: 1311a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
נְהִי
ne.hi
H:N-M
wailing
1) wailing, lamentation, mourning song
1a) wailing
1b) mourning song

View how H5092 נהי is used in the Bible

7 occurrences of H5092 נהי

Jeremiah 9:10 and wailing,
Jeremiah 9:18 a wailing
Jeremiah 9:19 of wailing
Jeremiah 9:20 wailing,
Jeremiah 31:15 lamentation,
Amos 5:16 in lamentation
Micah 2:4 lamentation,

Distinct usage

2 lamentation,
1 and wailing,
1 a wailing
1 wailing,
1 of wailing
1 in lamentation

Corresponding Greek Words

nehi G2355 threnos
nehi G2870 kopetos


Related words

H5092

H1958 הי hı̂y
הי
hı̂y
he
For H5092; lamentation

KJV Usage: woe.


H5093 נהיה nihyâh
נהיה
nihyâh
nih-yaw'
Feminine of H5092; lamentation

KJV Usage: doleful.


H5091 נהה nâhâh

נהה
nâhâh
naw-haw'
A primitive root; to groan, that is, bewail; hence (through the idea of crying aloud) to assemble (as if on proclamation)

KJV Usage: lament, wail.


H5204 ני nı̂y
ני
nı̂y
nee
A doubtful word; apparently from H5091; lamentation

KJV Usage: wailing.