Ygar Sahaduwtha' (Aramaic);
Parts of Speech
n pr loc
Root Word (Etymology)
from a word derived from an unused root (meaning to gather) and a derivation of a root corresponding
KJV Translation Count — 1x
The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: Jegarsahadutha (1)
Outline of Biblical Usage
egar-sahadutha = "witness heap"
1. the mound of stones raised as witness between Jacob and Laban, called by Jacob in Hebrew 'Galeed'
Ygar Sahaduwtha', yegar' sah-had-oo-thaw'; (Aramaic) from a word derived from an unused root (meaning to gather) and a derivation of a root corresponding to 7717; heap of the testimony; Jegar-Sahadutha, a cairn East of the Jordan: — Jegar-Sahadutha.
Concordance Results Using KJV
And Laban called it H3026: but Jacob called it Galeed.