40 occurrences in 13 translations

'Lived' in the Bible

Later, the army of Judah left Jerusalem to attack the Canaanites who lived in the hill country, the Negev, and the Shephelah.

So Judah went against the Canaanites who lived in Hebron (now the name of Hebron formerly was Kiriath-arba); and they struck Sheshai and Ahiman and Talmai.

The descendants of the Kenites, the tribe from which Moses' father-in-law came, accompanied the descendants of Judah from the city of the palms to the Judean wilderness, which is in the desert area south of Arad, and lived with the people there.

Judah gave Hebron to Caleb, just as Moses had promised. Then Caleb drove out the three sons of Anak who lived there.

At the same time the Benjaminites did not drive out the Jebusites who were living in Jerusalem. The Jebusites have lived among the Benjaminites in Jerusalem to this day.

At that time Ephraim failed to drive out the Canaanites who were living in Gezer, so the Canaanites have lived among them in Gezer.

Zebulun failed to drive out the residents of Kitron or the residents of Nahalol, so the Canaanites lived among them and served as forced labor.

The Asherites lived among the Canaanites who were living in the land, because they failed to drive them out.

Naphtali did not drive out the residents of Beth-shemesh or the residents of Beth-anath. They lived among the Canaanites who were living in the land, but the residents of Beth-shemesh and Beth-anath served as their forced labor.

They abandoned the Lord God of their ancestors who brought them out of the land of Egypt. They followed other gods -- the gods of the nations who lived around them. They worshiped them and made the Lord angry.

The Lord was furious with Israel and handed them over to robbers who plundered them. He turned them over to their enemies who lived around them. They could not withstand their enemies' attacks.

[These nations included:] the five rulers of the Philistines and all of the Canaanites, the Sidonians, and the Hivites who lived in the Lebanese mountains from Mount Baal-hermon as far as the entrance to Hamath.

The sons of Israel lived among the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites;

So the Lord sold them into the hand of Jabin king of Canaan, who reigned in Hazor. The commander of his forces was Sisera who lived in Harosheth of the Nations.

She lived under the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the hill country of Ephraim: and the children of Israel came up to her for judgment.

Now Heber the Kenite had moved away from the Kenites, the descendants of Hobab, Moses' father-in-law. He lived near the great tree in Zaanannim near Kedesh.

Gilead lived beyond the Jordan. Why did Dan remain in ships? Asher sat still at the haven of the sea, and lived by his creeks.

Gideon went up by the way of those who lived in tents on the east of Nobah and Jogbehah, and attacked the camp when the camp was unsuspecting.

Then Jerubbaal the son of Joash went and lived in his own house.

His concubine, who lived in Shechem, also gave him a son, whom he named Abimelech.

The Israelites did not remain true to the Lord their God, who had delivered them from all the enemies who lived around them.

Then Jotham fled, escaping to Beer, and lived there because of his brother Abimelech.

Abimelech lived at Arumah: and Zebul drove out Gaal and his brothers, that they should not dwell in Shechem.

After Abimelech, Tola son of Puah, son of Dodo [became judge] and began to deliver Israel. He was from Issachar and lived in Shamir in the hill country of Ephraim.

who trampled and troubled the Israelis during that year eighteen years for the Israelis who lived east of the Jordan River in Gilead, the land occupied by the Amorites.

So Jephthah fled from his brothers and lived in the land of Tob. Then some lawless men joined Jephthah and traveled with him.

Then the Lord God of Israel handed over Sihon and all his people to Israel, and they defeated them. So Israel took possession of the entire land of the Amorites who lived in that country.

While Israel lived 300 years in Heshbon and its villages, in Aroer and its villages, and in all the cities that are on the banks of the Arnon, why didn't you take them back at that time?

He struck them ruthlessly with a great slaughter; and he went down and lived in the cleft of the rock of Etam.

Then God broke a tooth that was in the jaw, and water came out there; and he drank, and recovered his spirit, and he lived. Therefore he called the name thereof Enhakkore, , which is in Lehi unto this day.

Some time later, he fell in love with a woman named Delilah, who lived in the Sorek Valley.

A man named Micah lived in the mountainous region of the territory of Ephraim.

There was a young man out of Bethlehem Judah, of the family of Judah, who was a Levite; and he lived there.

Micah consecrated the Levite, and the young man became his priest and lived in Micah's house.

So the five men journeyed on and arrived in Laish. They noticed that the people there were living securely, like the Sidonians do, undisturbed and unsuspecting. No conqueror was troubling them in any way. They lived far from the Sidonians and had no dealings with anyone.

There was no one to save them, because it was far from Sidon and they had no alliance with anyone. It was in a valley that belonged to Beth-rehob. They rebuilt the city and lived in it.

Now it happened in those days, before there was a king in Israel, that a certain male descendant of Levi, who lived in a remote part of the mountainous region of Ephraim, took a mistress for himself from Bethlehem in the territory of Judah.

Behold, there came an old man from his work out of the field at evening: now the man was of the hill country of Ephraim, and he lived in Gibeah; but the men of the place were Benjamites.

While they were enjoying themselves, all of a sudden certain ungodly men who lived in the city surrounded the house, pounded on the door, and ordered the old man who owned the home, "Bring out the man who came to visit your home so we can have sex with him."

The Benjaminites did this and took the number of women they needed from the dancers they caught. They went back to their own inheritance, rebuilt their cities, and lived in them.

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Root Form
Definition
Usage
ארך 
'arak 
Usage: 34

חי 
Chay 
Usage: 502

חי 
Chay (Aramaic) 
Usage: 7

חיה חיא 
Chaya' (Aramaic) 
Usage: 6

חיה 
Chayah 
Usage: 264

חיה 
Chayeh 
Usage: 1

חיּוּת 
Chayuwth 
Usage: 1

חיי 
Chayay 
Usage: 15

חצה 
Chatsah 
Usage: 15

יקוּם 
Y@quwm 
Usage: 3

כּבד 
Kabed 
Usage: 14

רצפּה 
Ritspah 
Usage: 8

שׁנה שׁנה 
Shaneh (in pl. only), 
year , not translated , yearly , yearly + , year , live , old ,
Usage: 811

ἀναζάω 
Anazao 
Usage: 3

ἀναστρέφω 
Anastrepho 
Usage: 11

ἀσεβέω 
Asebeo 
Usage: 2

βίος 
Bios 
Usage: 6

βιόω 
Bioo 
Usage: 1

διάγω 
Diago 
lead a life 99 , living
Usage: 2

εἰρηνεύω 
Eireneuo 
Usage: 3

ἐσθίω 
Esthio 
Usage: 52

ζάω 
Zao 
live , be alive , alive , quick , lively , not tr , , vr live
Usage: 115

ζωογονέω 
Zoogoneo 
Usage: 1

μακροχρόνιος 
Makrochronios 
Usage: 1

πολιτεύομαι 
Politeuomai 
Usage: 2

σπαταλάω 
Spatalao 
Usage: 2

στρηνιάω 
Streniao 
Usage: 2

συζάω 
Suzao 
live with
Usage: 3

τρυφάω 
Truphao 
Usage: 1

ὑπάρχω 
Huparcho 
be , have , live , after , not tr
Usage: 41



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