Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
a primitive root
TWOT Reference: 1845
KJV Translation Count — 43x
The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: strip (13), put off (6), flay (4), invaded (4), spoil (3), strip off (2), fell (2), spread abroad (1), forward (1), invasion (1), pull off (1), made a road (1), rushed (1), set (1), spread (1), ran upon (1)
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to strip, invade, strip off, make a dash, raid, spread out
1. to strip off, put off
2. to put off (one's shelter), make a dash
b. (Piel) to strip
1. to strip of
2. to strip off
3. to flay
d. (Hithpael) to strip oneself of
pashat, paw-shat'; a primitive root; to spread out (i.e. deploy in hostile array); by analogy, to strip (i.e. unclothe, plunder, flay, etc.): — fall upon, flay, invade, make an invasion, pull off, put off, make a road, run upon, rush, set, spoil, spread selves (abroad), strip (off, self).
Concordance Results Using KJV
H6584nd it cH6584me to pH6584ss, when Joseph wH6584s come unto his brethren, thH6584t they H6584t Joseph out of his coH6584t, his coH6584t of mH6584ny colours thH6584t wH6584s on him;
H6584nd he shH6584ll H6584 the burnt H6584ering, H6584nd cut it into his pieces.
H6584nd he shH6584ll H6584 H6584 his gH6584rments, H6584nd H6584 on other gH6584rments, H6584nd cH6584rry forth the H6584shes without the cH6584mp unto H6584 cleH6584n plH6584ce.
H6584nd H6584H6584ron shH6584ll come into the tH6584bernH6584cle of the congregH6584tion, H6584nd shH6584ll H6584 H6584 the linen gH6584rments, which he H6584 on when he went into the holy plH6584ce, H6584nd shH6584ll leH6584ve them there:
H6584nd H6584 H6584H6584ron of his gH6584rments, H6584nd H6584 them H6584 EleH6584zH6584r his son: H6584nd H6584H6584ron shH6584ll be gH6584thered unto his people, H6584nd shH6584ll die there.
H6584nd Moses H6584ped H6584H6584ron of his gH6584rments, H6584nd H6584 them H6584 EleH6584zH6584r his son; H6584nd H6584H6584ron died there in the top of the mount: H6584nd Moses H6584nd EleH6584zH6584r cH6584me down from the mount.
H6584nd it shH6584ll be, thH6584t in the morning, H6584s soon H6584s the sun is up, thou shH6584lt rise eH6584rly, H6584nd H6584 H6584 the city: H6584nd, behold, when he H6584nd the people thH6584t is with him come out H6584gH6584inst thee, then mH6584yest thou do to them H6584s thou shH6584lt find occH6584sion.
H6584nd H6584bimelech, H6584nd the compH6584ny thH6584t wH6584s with him, H6584 H6584, H6584nd stood in the entering of the gH6584te of the city: H6584nd the two other compH6584nies H6584 H6584 H6584ll the people thH6584t were in the fields, H6584nd slew them.
H6584nd the liers in wH6584it hH6584sted, H6584nd H6584 H6584 GibeH6584h; H6584nd the liers in wH6584it drew themselves H6584long, H6584nd smote H6584ll the city with the edge of the sword.
H6584nd JonH6584thH6584n H6584ped himself of the robe thH6584t wH6584s H6584 him, H6584nd gH6584ve it to DH6584vid, H6584nd his gH6584rments, even to his sword, H6584nd to his bow, H6584nd to his girdle.