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King James Bible Dictionary

 

Hebrew - English Dictionary

H3045 - Knew

Strong's No.:H3045

Hebrew:יָדַע

Transliteration:yâdaʻ

Phonetic:yaw-dah'

Word Origin:A primitive root

Bible Usage:{acknowledge} acquaintance (-ted {with}) {advise} {answer} {appoint} {assuredly} be {aware} [un-] {awares} can {[-not]} {certainly} for a {certainty} {comprehend} {consider} X-(idiom) could {they} {cunning} {declare} be {diligent} ({can} cause to) {discern} {discover} endued {with} familiar {friend} {famous} {feel} can {have} be [ig-] {norant} {instruct} {kinsfolk} {kinsman} (cause {to} {let} make) {know} (come to {give} {have} take) {knowledge} have {[knowledge]} ({be} {make} make to {be} make self) {known} + be {learned} + lie by {man} {mark} {perceive} privy {to} X-(idiom) {prognosticator} {regard} have {respect} {skilful} {shew} can (man of) {skill} be {sure} of a {surety} {teach} (can) {tell} {understand} have {[understanding]} X-(idiom) will {be} {wist} {wit} wot.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to know (properly to ascertain by seeing); used in a great variety of {senses} {figuratively} {literally} euphemistically and inferentially (including {observation} care: recognition; and causatively {instruction} designation: {punishment} etc.)


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. to know

a. (Qal)

1. to know 1a

b. to know, learn to know 1a

c. to perceive 1a

d. to perceive and see, find out and discern 1a

e. to discriminate, distinguish 1a

f. to know by experience 1a

g. to recognise, admit, acknowledge, confess 1a

h. to consider

1. to know, be acquainted with

2. to know (a person carnally)

3. to know how, be skilful in

4. to have knowledge, be wise

i. (Niphal)

1. to be made known, be or become known, be revealed

2. to make oneself known

3. to be perceived

4. to be instructed

j. (Piel) to cause to know

k. (Poal) to cause to know

l. (Pual)

1. to be known

2. known, one known, acquaintance (participle)

m. (Hiphil) to make known, declare

n. (Hophal) to be made known

o. (Hithpael) to make oneself known, reveal oneself


Bible References:
Knew

Translation
Occurrences:
acknowledge ( 5 )
acknowledged ( 1 )
acquaintance ( 6 )
acquainted ( 1 )
advise ( 1 )
answer ( 1 )
appointed ( 1 )
assuredly ( 1 )
aware ( 2 )
cannot ( 1 )
certain ( 3 )
certainly ( 3 )
certainty ( 1 )
come ( 1 )
comprehend ( 1 )
consider ( 4 )
considereth ( 2 )
could ( 2 )
cunning ( 4 )
declare ( 3 )
declared ( 3 )
discern ( 3 )
discerneth ( 1 )
discovered ( 1 )
endued ( 2 )
famous ( 1 )
feel ( 2 )
felt ( 1 )
friends ( 1 )
had ( 1 )
have ( 2 )
instructed ( 1 )
kinsfolk ( 1 )
knew ( 90 )
knewest ( 5 )
know ( 430 )
Knowest ( 66 )
knoweth ( 60 )
knowing ( 2 )
knowledge ( 20 )
known ( 106 )
lain ( 1 )
learned ( 3 )
make ( 1 )
mark ( 3 )
perceive ( 6 )
perceived ( 11 )
perceivest ( 1 )
prognosticators ( 1 )
regardeth ( 1 )
respect ( 1 )
shew ( 12 )
shewed ( 4 )
skilful ( 2 )
skill ( 4 )
sure ( 4 )
surety ( 1 )
taught ( 3 )
teach ( 5 )
tell ( 8 )
to ( 1 )
Understand ( 3 )
understanding ( 1 )
understood ( 4 )
unto ( 1 )
well ( 1 )
will ( 1 )

 

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