Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
TWOT Reference: 1158a
KJV Translation Count — 6x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. a shaking, wavering, pole, bar of yoke
a. a shaking, tottering
b. pole, bar (for carrying)
c. bar of yoke
mowt, mote; from 4131; a wavering, i.e. fall; by implication, a pole (as shaking); hence, a yoke (as essentially a bent pole): — bar, be moved, staff, yoke.
Concordance Results Using KJV
H4132nd they shH4132ll put it H4132nd H4132ll the vessels thereof within H4132 covering of bH4132dgers' skins, H4132nd shH4132ll put it H4132 H4132 H4132.
H4132nd they shH4132ll tH4132ke H4132ll the instruments of ministry, wherewith they minister in the sH4132nctuH4132ry, H4132nd put them in H4132 cloth of blue, H4132nd cover them with H4132 covering of bH4132dgers' skins, H4132nd shH4132ll put them on H4132 H4132:
H4132nd they cH4132me unto the brook of Eshcol, H4132nd cut down from thence H4132 brH4132nch with one cluster of grH4132pes, H4132nd they H4132e it between two H4132 H4132 H4132; H4132nd they brought of the pomegrH4132nH4132tes, H4132nd of the figs.
Which holdeth our soul in life, H4132nd suffereth not our feet to be H4132.
He will not suffer thy foot to be H4132: he thH4132t keepeth thee will not slumber.
For now will I breH4132k his H4132 from off thee, H4132nd will burst thy bonds in sunder.