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Hebrew - English Dictionary

H2896 - Please

Strong's No.:H2896

Hebrew:טוֹב

Transliteration:ṭôwb

Phonetic:tobe

Word Origin:From H2895

Bible Usage:{beautiful} {best} {better} {bountiful} {cheerful} at {ease} X-(idiom) fair ({word}) (be in) {favour} {fine} {glad} good ({deed} {-lier} {liest} {-ly} {-ness} {-s}) {graciously} {joyful} {kindly} {kindness} liketh ({best}) {loving} {merry} X-(idiom) {most} {pleasant} + {pleaseth} {pleasure} {precious} {prosperity} {ready} {sweet} {wealth} {welfare} (be) well ([-favoured]).

Part of Speech:Adjective

Strongs
Definition:

good (as an adjective) in the widest sense; used likewise as a {noun} both in the masculine and the {feminine} the singular and the plural ({good } a good or good {thing} a good man or woman; the {good} goods or good {things} good men or {women}) also as an adverb (well)


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. good, pleasant, agreeable

a. pleasant, agreeable (to the senses)

b. pleasant (to the higher nature)

c. good, excellent (of its kind)

d. good, rich, valuable in estimation

e. good, appropriate, becoming

f. better (comparative)

g. glad, happy, prosperous (of man's sensuous nature)

h. good understanding (of man's intellectual nature)

i. good, kind, benign

j. good, right (ethical) n m

2. a good thing, benefit, welfare

a. welfare, prosperity, happiness

b. good things (collective)

c. good, benefit

d. moral good n f

3. welfare, benefit, good things

a. welfare, prosperity, happiness

b. good things (collective)

c. bounty


Translation
Occurrences:
beautiful ( 2 )
best ( 8 )
better ( 73 )
bountiful ( 1 )
cheerful ( 1 )
deeds ( 1 )
ease ( 1 )
fair ( 7 )
fairer ( 2 )
favour ( 2 )
favoured ( 2 )
fine ( 2 )
glad ( 2 )
good ( 352 )
goodlier ( 1 )
goodliest ( 2 )
goodly ( 9 )
goodness ( 16 )
goods ( 2 )
joyful ( 1 )
kind ( 1 )
kindly ( 2 )
kindness ( 1 )
liketh ( 1 )
loving ( 1 )
merry ( 5 )
most ( 1 )
pleasant ( 2 )
pleaseth ( 3 )
pleasure ( 2 )
precious ( 4 )
prosperity ( 5 )
ready ( 1 )
sweet ( 1 )
thee ( 1 )
tidings ( 1 )
wealth ( 3 )
welfare ( 1 )
well ( 19 )
words ( 1 )

 

Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.