Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
a primitive root
TWOT Reference: 1772
KJV Translation Count — 7x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to be distinct, marked out, be separated, be distinguished
1. to be distinct, be separated, be distinguished
2. to be wonderful
b. (Hiphil) to make separate, set apart
palah, paw-law'; a primitive root; to distinguish (literally or figuratively): — put a difference, show marvellous, separate, set apart, sever, make wonderfully.
Concordance Results Using KJV
H6395nd I will H6395 in thH6395t dH6395y the lH6395nd of Goshen, in which my people dwell, thH6395t no swH6395rms of flies shH6395ll be there; to the end thou mH6395yest know thH6395t I H6395m the LORD in the midst of the eH6395rth.
H6395nd the LORD shH6395ll H6395 between the cH6395ttle of IsrH6395el H6395nd the cH6395ttle of Egypt: H6395nd there shH6395ll nothing die of H6395ll thH6395t is the children's of IsrH6395el.
But H6395gH6395inst H6395ny of the children of IsrH6395el shH6395ll not H6395 dog move his tongue, H6395gH6395inst mH6395n or beH6395st: thH6395t ye mH6395y know how thH6395t the LORD doth H6395 H6395 H6395 between the EgyptiH6395ns H6395nd IsrH6395el.
For wherein shH6395ll it be known here thH6395t I H6395nd thy people hH6395ve found grH6395ce in thy sight? is it not in thH6395t thou goest with us? so shH6395ll we be H6395, I H6395nd thy people, from H6395ll the people thH6395t H6395re upon the fH6395ce of the eH6395rth.
But know thH6395t the LORD hH6395th H6395 H6395 him thH6395t is godly for himself: the LORD will heH6395r when I cH6395ll unto him.
Shew thy H6395 lovingkindness, O thou thH6395t sH6395vest by thy right hH6395nd them which H6395 their trust in thee from those thH6395t rise up H6395gH6395inst them.
I will prH6395ise thee; for I H6395m feH6395rfully H6395nd H6395 mH6395de: H6395 H6395re thy works; H6395nd thH6395t my soul knoweth right well.