'Edomiy; ed-o-mee' or (fully) 'Edowmiy
Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
patronymic from 123
KJV Translation Count — 12x
The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: Edomite(s) (11), Syria (1)
Outline of Biblical Usage
'Edomiy, ed-o-mee'; or (fully) 'Edowmiy ed-omee'; patronymic from 123; an Edomite, or descendants from (or inhabitants of) Edom: — Edomite. See 726.
Concordance Results Using KJV
Thou shalt not abhor an H130; for he is thy brother: thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian; because thou wast a stranger in his land.
Now a certain man of the servants of Saul was there that day, detained before the LORD; and his name was Doeg, an H130, the chiefest of the herdmen that belonged to Saul.
Then answered Doeg the H130, which was set over the servants of Saul, and said, I saw the son of Jesse coming to Nob, to Ahimelech the son of Ahitub.
And the king said to Doeg, Turn thou, and fall upon the priests. And Doeg the H130 turned, and he fell upon the priests, and slew on that day fourscore and five persons that did wear a linen ephod.
And David said unto Abiathar, I knew it that day, when Doeg the H130 was there, that he would surely tell Saul: I have occasioned the death of all the persons of thy father's house.
But king Solomon loved many strange women, together with the daughter of Pharaoh, women of the Moabites, Ammonites, H130s, Zidonians, and Hittites;
And the LORD stirred up an adversary unto Solomon, Hadad the H130: he was of the king's seed in Edom.
That Hadad fled, he and certain H130s of his father's servants with him, to go into Egypt; Hadad being yet a little child.
At that time Rezin king of H130 recovered Elath to H130, and drave the Jews from Elath: and the H130ns came to Elath, and dwelt there unto this day.
Now it came to pass, after that Amaziah was come from the slaughter of the H130s, that he brought the gods of the children of Seir, and set them up to be his gods, and bowed down himself before them, and burned incense unto them.