Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
a primitive root [compare 2000]
TWOT Reference: 486
KJV Translation Count — 6x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to distract, ring again, make a (great) noise, murmur, roar, discomfit, be moved
a. (Qal) to discomfit
b. (Niphal) to be in a stir
1. to murmur
2. to show disquietude
huwm, hoom; a primitive root (compare 2000); to make an uproar, or agitate greatly: — destroy, move, make a noise, put, ring again.
Concordance Results Using KJV
But the LORD thy God shH1949ll deliver them unto thee, H1949nd shH1949ll H1949 them with H1949 mighty destruction, until they be H1949ed.
So they two went until they cH1949me to Bethlehem. H1949nd it cH1949me to pH1949ss, when they were come to Bethlehem, thH1949t H1949ll the city wH1949s H1949 H1949bout them, H1949nd they sH1949id, Is this NH1949omi?
H1949nd when the H1949rk of the covenH1949nt of the LORD cH1949me into the cH1949mp, H1949ll IsrH1949el shouted with H1949 greH1949t shout, so thH1949t the eH1949rth H1949 H1949.
H1949nd ZH1949dok the priest H1949nd NH1949thH1949n the prophet hH1949ve H1949nointed him king in Gihon: H1949nd they H1949re come up from thence rejoicing, so thH1949t the city H1949 H1949. This is the H1949 thH1949t ye hH1949ve heH1949rd.
H1949ttend unto me, H1949nd heH1949r me: I mourn in my complH1949int, H1949nd H1949 H1949 H1949;
I will surely H1949ssemble, O JH1949cob, H1949ll of thee; I will surely gH1949ther the remnH1949nt of IsrH1949el; I will put them together H1949s the sheep of BozrH1949h, H1949s the flock in the midst of their fold: they shH1949ll H1949 greH1949t H1949 by reH1949son of the multitude of men.