Parts of Speech

n pr m

Root Word (Etymology)

from 1110, Greek 904 Balak

KJV Translation Count — 43x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: Balak (43)

Outline of Biblical Usage

alak = "devastator"
1. a king of Moab who hired Balaam to curse Israel

Strong's Definitions

Balaq, baw-lawk'; from 1110; waster; Balak, a Moabitish king: — Balak.

Concordance Results Using KJV

And H1111 the son of Zippor saw all that Israel had done to the Amorites.


And Moab said unto the elders of Midian, Now shall this company lick up all that are round about us, as the ox licketh up the grass of the field. And H1111 the son of Zippor was king of the Moabites at that time.


And the elders of Moab and the elders of Midian departed with the rewards of divination in their hand; and they came unto Balaam, and spake unto him the words of H1111.


And Balaam said unto God, H1111 the son of Zippor, king of Moab, hath sent unto me, saying,


And Balaam rose up in the morning, and said unto the princes of H1111, Get you into your land: for the LORD refuseth to give me leave to go with you.


And the princes of Moab rose up, and they went unto H1111, and said, Balaam refuseth to come with us.


And H1111 sent yet again princes, more, and more honourable than they.


And they came to Balaam, and said to him, Thus saith H1111 the son of Zippor, Let nothing, I pray thee, hinder thee from coming unto me:


And Balaam answered and said unto the servants of H1111, If H1111 would give me his house full of silver and gold, I cannot go beyond the word of the LORD my God, to do less or more.


And the angel of the LORD said unto Balaam, Go with the men: but only the word that I shall speak unto thee, that thou shalt speak. So Balaam went with the princes of H1111.