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H559 - Promised

Strong's No.:H559

Hebrew:אָמַר

Transliteration:ʼâmar

Phonetic:aw-mar'

Word Origin:A primitive root

Bible Usage:{answer} {appoint} {avouch} {bid} boast {self} {call} {certify} {challenge} {charge} + (at {the} give) command ({ment}) {commune} {consider} {declare} {demand} X-(idiom) {desire} {determine} X-(idiom) {expressly} X-(idiom) {indeed} X-(idiom) {intend} {name} X-(idiom) {plainly} {promise} {publish} {report} {require} {say} speak ({against} {of}) X-(idiom) {still} X-(idiom) {suppose} {talk} {tell} {term} X-(idiom) that {is} X-(idiom) {think} use {[speech]} {utter} X-(idiom) {verily} X-(idiom) yet.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to say (used with great latitude)


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. to say, speak, utter

a. (Qal) to say, to answer, to say in one's heart, to think, to command, to promise, to intend

b. (Niphal) to be told, to be said, to be called

c. (Hithpael) to boast, to act proudly

d. (Hiphil) to avow, to avouch


Bible References:
Promised

Translation
Occurrences:
answer ( 8 )
answered ( 91 )
appoint ( 1 )
appointed ( 2 )
avouched ( 2 )
bade ( 6 )
bid ( 6 )
bidden ( 1 )
call ( 2 )
called ( 4 )
certified ( 1 )
challengeth ( 1 )
charged ( 1 )
command ( 2 )
commanded ( 25 )
commandeth ( 3 )
commandment ( 2 )
commune ( 1 )
consider ( 1 )
declared ( 1 )
demanded ( 1 )
desired ( 1 )
desireth ( 1 )
determined ( 1 )
indeed ( 1 )
intend ( 2 )
intendest ( 1 )
is ( 1 )
name ( 2 )
named ( 1 )
of ( 1 )
promised ( 5 )
promisedst ( 1 )
published ( 1 )
purpose ( 2 )
reported ( 1 )
requirest ( 1 )
said ( 2775 )
saidst ( 19 )
saith ( 580 )
say ( 564 )
sayest ( 18 )
saying ( 915 )
spake ( 110 )
spakest ( 1 )
speak ( 46 )
speaketh ( 7 )
spoken ( 15 )
still ( 1 )
suppose ( 1 )
talked ( 1 )
tell ( 29 )
termed ( 2 )
themselves ( 1 )
think ( 3 )
thinking ( 1 )
thought ( 9 )
told ( 14 )
use ( 1 )
uttereth ( 1 )

 

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