156 occurrences in 14 translations

'One' in the Bible

And he had two wives; the name of the one was Hannah, and the name of the other Peninnah: and Peninnah had children, but Hannah had no children.

On one occasion in Shiloh, after they had finished eating and drinking, Hannah got up. (Now at the time Eli the priest was sitting in his chair by the doorpost of the Lord's temple.)

And when she had weaned him, she took him up with her, with three bullocks, and one ephah of flour, and a bottle of wine, and brought him unto the house of the LORD in Shiloh: and the child was young.

Those who are well-fed hire themselves out to earn food, but the hungry no longer lack. Even the barren woman gives birth to seven, but the one with many children withers away.

He guards the steps of his faithful ones, while the wicked are made silent in darkness. He grants the request of the one who prays. He blesses the year of the righteous. Indeed it's not by strength that a person prevails.

The LORD will shatter his enemies those who contend against him. Who is holy? The one who will thunder against them in the heavens. The LORD will judge the ends of the earth, he will give strength to his king, and he will increase the strength of His anointed one."

Eli would bless Elkanah and his wife: "May the Lord give you children by this woman in place of the one she has given to the Lord." Then they would go home.

If one man sin against another, the judge shall judge him: but if a man sin against the LORD, who shall intreat for him? Notwithstanding they hearkened not unto the voice of their father, because the LORD would slay them.

"Therefore, the LORD God of Israel has declared, "I did, in fact, say that your family and your ancestor's family would walk before me forever,' but now the LORD declares, "Far be it from me! The one who honors me I'll honor, and the one who despises me is to be treated with contempt.

Look, days [are] coming when I will cut off your {strength} and the {strength} of the house of your ancestor {so that no one in your house will live to old age}.

You will see distress [in the] place of worship, in spite of all that is good in Israel, and no one in your family will ever again reach old age.

Any one of you that I do not cut off from my altar, I will cause your eyes to fail and will cause you grief. All of those born to your family will die in the prime of life.

And this shall be a sign unto thee, that shall come upon thy two sons, on Hophni and Phinehas; in one day they shall die both of them.

" 'Then I will raise up a faithful priest for Myself. He will do whatever is in My heart and mind. I will establish a lasting dynasty for him, and he will walk before My anointed one for all time.

And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left in thine house shall come and crouch to him for a piece of silver and a morsel of bread, and shall say, Put me, I pray thee, into one of the priests' offices, that I may eat a piece of bread.

One day Eli, whose eyesight was failing, was lying in his room.

And the LORD said to Samuel, Behold, I will do a thing in Israel, at which both the ears of every one that heareth it shall tingle.

Eli said, "What did the LORD say to you? Please don't conceal anything from me. May God do this to you and even more if you conceal from me one word of all that he spoke to you."

And Samuel became older, and the Lord was with him and let not one of his words be without effect.

And the Philistines fought, and Israel was smitten, and they fled each one into his tent, and there was a very great slaughter, for thirty thousand footmen of Israel fell.

The man said to Eli, "I'm the one who came from the battle. I fled from there today." "What happened, my son?" Eli asked.

Then the one who brought the news replied, "Israel has fled before the Philistines and there has also been a great slaughter among the people, and your two sons also, Hophni and Phinehas, are dead, and the ark of God has been taken."

Then said they, What shall be the trespass offering which we shall return to him? They answered, Five golden emerods, and five golden mice, according to the number of the lords of the Philistines: for one plague was on you all, and on your lords.

"Now then, prepare one new cart and two milk cows that have never been yoked. Hitch the cows to the cart, but take their calves away and pen them up.

The cows went straight up the road to Beth-shemesh. They stayed on that one highway, lowing as they went; they never strayed to the right or to the left. The Philistine rulers were walking behind them to the territory of Beth-shemesh.

And these are the golden emerods which the Philistines returned for a trespass offering unto the LORD; for Ashdod one, for Gaza one, for Askelon one, for Gath one, for Ekron one;

And the gold mice, one for every town of the Philistines, the property of the five lords, walled towns as well as country places: and the great stone where they put the ark of the Lord is still in the field of Joshua the Beth-shemite to this day.

And the LORD said to Samuel, Hearken unto their voice, and place a king over them. Then Samuel said unto the men of Israel, Go each one unto his city.

He had a son named Saul, an impressive young man. There was no one more impressive among the Israelites than he. He stood a head taller than anyone else.

And the asses of Kish Saul's father were lost. And Kish said to Saul his son, Take now one of the servants with thee, and arise, go seek the asses.

So Saul said to his servant, "{Your suggestion is a good one}. Come, let us go." And they went to the town where the man of God [was].

Now one day before Saul's arrival, the LORD had revealed to Samuel:

When Samuel hath seen Saul, then hath Jehovah answered him, 'Lo, the man of whom I have spoken unto thee; this one doth restrain My people.'

Then Samuel told the cook, "Bring the portion that I gave you, the one I told you to set aside."

Then shalt thou go on forward from thence, and thou shalt come to the plain of Tabor, and there shall meet thee three men going up to God to Bethel, one carrying three kids, and another carrying three loaves of bread, and another carrying a bottle of wine:

And it came to pass, when all that knew him beforetime saw that, behold, he prophesied among the prophets, then the people said one to another, What is this that is come unto the son of Kish? Is Saul also among the prophets?

And one of the same place answered and said, But who is their father? Therefore it became a proverb, Is Saul also among the prophets?

Samuel said to all the people, "Do you see the one the Lord has chosen? There is no one like him among the entire population." And all the people shouted, "Long live the king!"

Then Samuel told the people the ordinances of the kingdom, and wrote them in the book and placed it before the LORD. And Samuel sent all the people away, each one to his house.

and the sons of worthlessness have said, 'What! this one doth save us!' and they despise him, and have not brought to him a present; and he is as one deaf.

Meanwhile, Nahash, king of the Ammonites, had been severely oppressing the descendants of Gad and descendants of Reuben, gouging out their right eyes and not allowing Israel to have a deliverer. No one was left among the Israelis across the Jordan whose right eye Nahash, king of the Ammonites, had not gouged out. However, 7,000 men had escaped from the Ammonites and entered Jabesh-gilead.

Nahash the Ammonite replied, "I'll make one with you on this condition: that I gouge out everyone's right eye and humiliate all Israel."

"Don't do anything to us for seven days," the elders of Jabesh said to him, "and let us send messengers throughout the territory of Israel. If no one saves us, we will surrender to you."

And he took a yoke of oxen, and hewed them in pieces, and sent them throughout all the coasts of Israel by the hands of messengers, saying, Whosoever cometh not forth after Saul and after Samuel, so shall it be done unto his oxen. And the fear of the LORD fell on the people, and they came out with one consent.

Then the people said to Samuel, "Who [is] the one who asked, 'Will Saul reign over us?' Give the men to us that we may kill them."

But Saul ordered, "No one will be executed this day, for today the Lord has provided deliverance in Israel."

Here I am! Testify against me before Yahweh and before his anointed one! Whose ox have I taken? Or whose donkey have I taken? Or whom have I exploited? Whom have I oppressed? Or from whose hand have I taken a bribe, that I may shut my eyes {regarding} him?-then I will restore it to you."

And they say, 'Thou hast not oppressed us, nor hast thou crushed us, nor hast thou taken from the hand of any one anything.'

So he said to them, "Yahweh [is] witness against you, and his anointed one [is] witness this day, that you have not found anything in my hand." Then they said, "[He is] witness."

Samuel said to the people, "The Lord is the one who chose Moses and Aaron and who brought your ancestors up from the land of Egypt.

"Now here is the king you've chosen, the one you requested. Look, this is the king the Lord has placed over you.

Saul reigned one year; and when he had reigned two years over Israel,

Saul chose 3,000 men of Israel; 2,000 were with [him] in Michmash and the hill country of Bethel, and 1,000 with Jonathan in Gibeah of Benjamin. The rest of the men he sent away, each one to his home.

And the spoilers came out of the camp of the Philistines in three companies: one company turned unto the way that leadeth to Ophrah, unto the land of Shual:

one company turned in the direction of Beth-horon, while the one company turned toward the border that overlooks the valley of Zeboiim toward the desert.

The price was two-thirds of a shekel for plowshares and mattocks, and one-third [of a shekel] for pitchforks and axes, and for putting a point on an oxgoad.

So on the day of the battle no sword or spear was to be found in the hand of anyone in the army that was with Saul and Jonathan. No one but Saul and his son Jonathan had them.

One day Jonathan told his armor bearer, "Come, let's go over to the Philistine garrison which is on the other side," but he did not tell his father.

And between the passages, by which Jonathan sought to go over unto the Philistines' garrison, there was a sharp rock on the one side, and a sharp rock on the other side: and the name of the one was Bozez, and the name of the other Seneh.

The forefront of the one was situate northward over against Michmash, and the other southward over against Gibeah.

And the watchmen of Saul in Gibeah of Benjamin looked; and, behold, the multitude melted away, and they went on beating down one another.

Saul and all the army that was with him assembled and marched into battle, where they found the Philistines in total panic killing one another with their swords.

The men of Israel were hard pressed on that day, and Saul required the army to take an oath: "Cursed is the person who eats food before evening and before I've been avenged of my enemies." So no one tasted food.

The people came into the woods and there was flowing honey, but no one put his hand to his mouth to eat it because the people were afraid due to the oath.

Then answered one of the people, and said, Thy father straitly charged the people with an oath, saying, Cursed be the man that eateth any food this day. And the people were faint.

He then said, "Go among the troops and say to them, 'Each man must bring me his ox or his sheep. Do the slaughtering here and then you can eat. Don't sin against the Lord by eating [meat] with the blood [in it.]' " So every one of the troops brought his ox that night and slaughtered it there.

Saul said, "Let's go down after the Philistines tonight and plunder them until morning. Don't let even one remain!" "Do whatever you want," the troops replied. But the priest said, "We must consult God here."

As surely as the Lord lives who saves Israel, even if it is because of my son Jonathan, he must die!" Not one of the troops answered him.

Then said he unto all Israel, Be ye on one side, and I and Jonathan my son will be on the other side. And the people said unto Saul, Do what seemeth good unto thee.

And the people said unto Saul, Shall Jonathan die, who hath wrought this great salvation in Israel? God forbid: as the LORD liveth, there shall not one hair of his head fall to the ground; for he hath wrought with God this day. So the people rescued Jonathan, that he died not.

Saul's sons included Jonathan, Ishvi, and Malchi-shua. Of his two daughters, the firstborn was named Merab, and the younger one was named Michal.

Then Samuel said to Saul, "I was the one the Lord sent to anoint you as king over his people Israel. Now listen to what the Lord says.

Then Saul defeated [the] Amalekites from Havilah as one goes to Shur which [is] {east of} Egypt.

And the Lord sent you on a journey and said, Go and put to the curse those sinners, the Amalekites, fighting against them till every one is dead.

Samuel said to him, "The Lord has torn the kingdom of Israel from you this day and has given it to one of your colleagues who is better than you!

The LORD told Samuel, "How long will you grieve over Saul, since I've rejected him from being king over Israel? Fill your horn with oil and go. I'm sending you to Jesse from Bethlehem because I've chosen for myself one of his sons as king."

Then invite Jesse to the sacrifice, and I will let you know what you are to do. You are to anoint for Me the one I indicate to you."

And Samuel doth that which Jehovah hath spoken, and cometh in to Beth-Lehem, and the elders of the city tremble to meet him, and one saith, 'Is thy coming peace?'

When they arrived, Samuel saw Eliab and said, "Certainly the Lord's anointed one is here before Him."

Jesse called Abinadab and presented him to Samuel. "The Lord hasn't chosen this one either," Samuel said.

Then Jesse presented Shammah, but Samuel said, "The Lord hasn't chosen this one either."

Then Samuel told Jesse, "Are these all the young men?" He said, "There yet remains the youngest one, and right now he's tending the sheep." Samuel told Jesse, "Send someone to get him, for we won't do anything else until he arrives here."

So Jesse sent for him. He had beautiful eyes and a healthy, handsome appearance. Then the Lord said, "Anoint him, for he is the one."

Then answered one of the servants, and said, Behold, I have seen a son of Jesse the Bethlehemite, that is cunning in playing, and a mighty valiant man, and a man of war, and prudent in matters, and a comely person, and the LORD is with him.

So Jesse took a donkey loaded with bread, a skin of wine, and one young goat and sent them by his son David to Saul.

And the Philistines stood on a mountain on the one side, and Israel stood on a mountain on the other side: and there was a valley between them.

And the staff of his spear was like a weaver's beam; and his spear's head weighed six hundred shekels of iron: and one bearing a shield went before him.

He stood and shouted to the Israelite battle formations: "Why do you come out to line up in battle formation?" He asked them, "Am I not a Philistine and are you not servants of Saul? Choose one of your men and have him come down against me.

The Philistine said, "I defy the ranks of Israel today. Send me one man and let's fight together."

[One day], Jesse had told his son David, "Take this half-bushel of roasted grain along with these loaves of bread for your brothers and hurry to their camp.

Israel and the Philistines drew up their battle lines opposite one another.

"Did all of you see this man coming up?" one Israeli asked. "He comes up to defy Israel, and the king will richly reward the man who kills him. He will give his daughter to him and will make his father's house tax free in Israel."

Then he turned from him toward another person and asked the same thing. The people replied to him the same way as the first one had.

Thy servant slew both the lion and the bear: and this uncircumcised Philistine shall be as one of them, seeing he hath defied the armies of the living God.

And the women answered one another as they played, and said, Saul hath slain his thousands, and David his ten thousands.

But all Israel and Judah loved David, for he was the one leading them out to battle and back.

And Saul said, I will give him her, that she may be a snare to him, and that the hand of the Philistines may be against him. Wherefore Saul said to David, Thou shalt this day be my son in law in the one of the twain.

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Root Form
Definition
Usage
אדּיר 
'addiyr 
Usage: 27

אחד 
'achad 
go thee one way or other
Usage: 1

אחד 
'echad 
one , first , another , other , any , once , eleven , every , certain , an , some , .
Usage: 432

אישׁ 
'iysh 
man , men , one , husband , any ,
Usage: 692

אכזרי 
'akzariy 
Usage: 8

אלמני 
'almoniy 
and such , a one
Usage: 3

אמון 
'amown 
Usage: 1

אפרח 
'ephroach 
Usage: 4

אראל 
'er'el 
Usage: 1

נשׁים אשּׁה 
'ishshah 
Usage: 780

בּטח 
Batach 
Usage: 120

גּבּר גּבּור 
Gibbowr 
Usage: 159

גּבר 
Geber 
Usage: 65

גּר גּוּר 
Guwr 
Usage: 7

דּא 
Da' (Aramaic) 
Usage: 6

היא הוּא 
Huw (Aramaic) 
to be , it , this , one
Usage: 16

חד 
Chad 
one
Usage: 1

חד 
Chad (Aramaic) 
one , first , a , together
Usage: 14

חסיד 
Chaciyd 
Usage: 32

טף 
Taph 
Usage: 42

ילד 
Yeled 
Usage: 89

יפה 
Yapheh 
Usage: 41

ישׁר 
Yashar 
Usage: 119

מח 
meach 
Usage: 2

מצער 
Mits`ar 
Usage: 5

מקשׁה 
Miqshah 
Usage: 10

מרום 
Marowm 
Usage: 54

משׁמן 
Mashman 
Usage: 7

נער 
Na`ar 
Usage: 1

עויל 
`aviyl 
Usage: 3

עלל עולל 
`owlel 
Usage: 21

עיר ער עיר 
`iyr 
Usage: 1094

עריץ 
`ariyts 
Usage: 20

עתּד עתּוּד 
`attuwd 
Usage: 29

פּו פּא פּה 
Poh 
Usage: 82

פּתה 
Pathah 
Usage: 28

פּתאי פּתי פּתי 
P@thiy 
Usage: 19

צר צוּר 
Tsuwr 
Usage: 76

צעור צעירo 
Tsa`iyr 
Usage: 22

צער 
Tsa`ar 
Usage: 3

צפן 
Tsaphan 
Usage: 32

קדשׁ קדושׁ 
Qadowsh 
Usage: 116

קדּישׁ 
Qaddiysh (Aramaic) 
Usage: 13

קטן קטן 
Qatan 
Usage: 101

רך 
Rak 
Usage: 16

שׁטר 
Sh@tar (Aramaic) 
Usage: 1

שׁליה 
Shilyah 
Usage: 1

שׁקק 
Shaqaq 
Usage: 6

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ἅγιος 
Hagios 
Usage: 209

ἄκρον 
Akron 
Usage: 1

ἀλλήλων 
Allelon 
Usage: 85

ἄλλος 
Allos 
other" , another , some , one ,
Usage: 119

ἀλλόφυλος 
Allophulos 
Usage: 1

ἀνακεφαλαίομαι 
Anakephalaiomai 
Usage: 2

ἅπας 
Hapas 
Usage: 35

εἰρήνη 
Eirene 
Usage: 71

εἷς 
heis 
one , a , other , some , not tr ,
Usage: 188

ἕκαστος 
hekastos 
Usage: 73

λίθος 
Lithos 
Usage: 41

μονόφθαλμος 
Monophthalmos 
with one eye
Usage: 0

ὁμοθυμαδόν 
Homothumadon 
with one accord , with one mind
Usage: 12

ὁμόφρων 
Homophron 
of one mind
Usage: 1

Ὀνήσιμος 
onesimos 
Usage: 2

Ὀνησίφορος 
onesiphoros 
Usage: 2

ὅσιος 
Hosios 
Usage: 7

παρασκευάζω 
Paraskeuazo 
Usage: 4

πάρειμι 
Pareimi 
Usage: 22

πιστεύω 
Pisteuo 
believe , commit unto , commit to trust , be committed unto , be put in trust with , be commit to one's trust , believer
Usage: 163

πονηρός 
Poneros 
Usage: 36

πρόκριμα 
Prokrima 
Usage: 1

συζητέω 
Suzeteo 
Usage: 8

συμπαθής 
Sumpathes 
Usage: 1

σύμψυχος 
Sumpsuchos 
of one accord
Usage: 1

συνελαύνω 
sunelauno 
Usage: 1

τίς 
Tis 
Usage: 373

τοιοῦτος 
Toioutos 
such , such thing , such an one , like , such a man , such a fellow
Usage: 51



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