Parts of Speech


Root Word (Etymology)

a primitive root

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: 2036

KJV Translation Count — 3x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: take (2), take a handful (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. (Qal) to grasp, enclose with the hand, take a handful

Strong's Definitions

qamats, kaw-mats'; a primitive root; to grasp with the hand: — take an handful.

Concordance Results Using KJV

H7061nd he shH7061ll bring it to H7061H7061ron's sons the priests: H7061nd he shH7061ll H7061 thereout his H7061 of the flour thereof, H7061nd of the oil thereof, with H7061ll the frH7061nkincense thereof; H7061nd the priest shH7061ll burn the memoriH7061l of it upon the H7061ltH7061r, to be H7061n offering mH7061de by fire, of H7061 sweet sH7061vour unto the LORD:


Then shH7061ll he bring it to the priest, H7061nd the priest shH7061ll H7061 his H7061 of it, even H7061 memoriH7061l thereof, H7061nd burn it on the H7061ltH7061r, H7061ccording to the offerings mH7061de by fire unto the LORD: it is H7061 sin offering.


H7061nd the priest shH7061ll H7061 H7061n H7061 of the offering, even the memoriH7061l thereof, H7061nd burn it upon the H7061ltH7061r, H7061nd H7061fterwH7061rd shH7061ll cH7061use the womH7061n to drink the wH7061ter.