45 occurrences in 12 translations

'Won' in the Bible

Rachel said, “In my wrestlings with God, I have wrestled with my sister and won,” and she named him Naphtali.

When the man realized that he hadn't yet won the struggle, he injured the socket of Jacob's thigh, dislocating it as he wrestled with him,

But the army said to Saul, "Should Jonathan, who won this great victory in Israel, die? May it never be! As surely as the Lord lives, not a single hair of his head will fall to the ground! For it is with the help of God that he has acted today." So the army rescued Jonathan from death.

So David made a name for himself when he returned from killing 18,000 Arameans (Syrians) in the Valley of Salt.

Absalom acted this way toward everyone in Israel who came to the king for justice. In this way Absalom won the loyalty of the citizens of Israel.

So he won over all the men of Judah, and they sent word to the king: “Come back, you and all your servants.”

but Eleazar remained standing right where he was and fought so hard against the Philistines that he became exhausted he couldn't even let go of his sword! The LORD magnificently delivered them that day. After Eleazar had won the battle, the other soldiers returned, but only to strip the weapons and armor from the dead.

Now Abishai the brother of Joab the son of Zeruiah was chief of the thirty. He wielded his spear against three hundred men and killed them, and gained a reputation beside the three.

These things Benaiah the son of Jehoiada did, and gained a reputation beside the three mighty men.

Hadad won the affection of the Pharaoh, who gave permission for Hadad to marry the sister of his own wife, Queen Tahpenes.

Benaiah the son of Jehoiada did these things, and had a name as well as the three mighty men.

Out of the spoils won in battles did they dedicate to maintain the house of the LORD.

{The young woman pleased him} and she won favor in his presence, and he quickly provided for her beauty treatment and her portion of food, with seven chosen maids to give to her from the {king's palace}, and he advanced her and her maids to the best part of the {harem}.

Esther was the daughter of Abihail, the uncle of Mordecai who had adopted her as his own daughter. When her turn came to go to the king, she did not ask for anything except what Hegai, the king’s trusted official in charge of the harem, suggested. Esther won approval in the sight of everyone who saw her.

The king loved Esther more than all the other women. She won more favor and approval from him than did any of the other young women. He placed the royal crown on her head and made her queen in place of Vashti.

As soon as the king saw Queen Esther standing in the courtyard, she won his approval. The king extended the gold scepter in his hand toward Esther, and she approached and touched the tip of the scepter.

Do not be so certain you have won! Do not speak with your head held so high!

A psalm.Sing a new song to the Lord,for He has performed wonders;His right hand and holy armhave won Him victory.

Again, I observed this on the earth: the race is not always won by the swiftest, the battle is not always won by the strongest; prosperity does not always belong to those who are the wisest, wealth does not always belong to those who are the most discerning, nor does success always come to those with the most knowledge -- for time and chance may overcome them all.

We became pregnant, we writhed in pain;we gave birth to wind.We have won no victories on earth,and the earth’s inhabitants have not fallen.

“For the Lord has called you,Like a wife who has been abandoned, grieved in spirit,And like a wife [married] in her youth when she is [later] rejected and scorned,”Says your God.

Because of all this, I weep; my eyes stream with tears because far from me is the comforter of my soul. My children are sorrowful, because the enemy has won.

They will take up a dirge (funeral poem to be sung) for you and say to you,‘How you have perished and vanished, O renowned city,From the seas, O renowned city,Which was mighty on the sea,She and her inhabitants,Who imposed her terrorOn all who lived there!

"Soldiers from Persia, Lud, and Libya, served in your army. They were your mighty soldiers. Their helmets and shields adorned your barracks walls, and they won battle decorations for you.

He even fought the angel and won; he cried and prayed to him. Then at Bethel he found him, and there he spoke with us

But they kept up the pressure, demanding with loud voices that He be crucified. And their voices won out.

and He rescued him from all his suffering, and gave him favor and wisdom in the sight of Pharaoh, king of Egypt, and he made Joseph governor over Egypt and over his entire household.

He had been very angry with the Tyrians and Sidonians. Together they presented themselves before him. They won over Blastus, who was in charge of the king’s bedroom, and through him they asked for peace, because their country was supplied with food from the king’s country.

Then some Jews came from Antioch and Iconium, and when they had won over the crowds and stoned Paul, they dragged him out of the city, thinking he was dead.

Some of the people were won over, and attached themselves to Paul and Silas, including many God-fearing Greeks and not a few gentlewomen of high rank.

You also see and hear that, not only in Ephesus, but almost all over Asia, this man Paul has won over and taken away a large crowd by telling them that gods made by human hands are not gods at all.

I do not say that I have already won the race or have already reached perfection. But I am pressing on, striving to lay hold of the prize for which also Christ has laid hold of me.

By faith Enoch was taken away without experiencing death. He could not be found, because God had taken him away. For before he was taken, he won approval as one who pleased God.

extinguished the power of [raging] fire, escaped the edge of the sword, out of weakness were made strong, became mighty and unbeatable in battle, putting enemy forces to flight.

Then one of the [twenty-four] elders said to me, “Stop weeping! Look closely, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has overcome and conquered! He can open the scroll and [break] its seven seals.”

I also saw something like a sea of glass mixed with fire, and those who had won the victory over the beast, his image, and the number of his name, were standing on the sea of glass with harps from God.

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Root Form
Definition
Usage
θαυμάζω 
Thaumazo 
Usage: 42

חזה חזא 
Chaza' (Aramaic) 
see , saw , beheld , had , wont , beheld
Usage: 31

מפת מופת 
Mowpheth 
Usage: 36

מפלאה 
Miphla'ah 
Usage: 1

סכן 
Cakan 
Usage: 12

עלל 
`alal 
Usage: 19

פּלא 
Pala' 
Usage: 71

פּלא 
Pele' 
Usage: 13

פּלה 
Palah 
Usage: 7

שׁאה 
Sha'ah 
Usage: 1

שׁמּה 
Shammah 
Usage: 39

שׁמם 
Shamem 
Usage: 89

תּמהּ 
Tamahh 
Usage: 9

תּמהּ 
T@mahh (Aramaic) 
Usage: 3

ἔθος 
Ethos 
custom , manner , be wont
Usage: 12

ἔθω 
Etho 
be wont , -as his custom was 9 , as his manner was 9
Usage: 4

ἐξίστημι 
Existemi 
Usage: 17

θάμβος 
Thambos 
be amazed 9 , be astonished , wonder
Usage: 3

θαυμάσιος 
Thaumasios 
Usage: 1

μεγαλεῖος 
megaleios 
Usage: 2

νομίζω 
Nomizo 
suppose , think , be wont
Usage: 12

σημεῖον 
Semeion 
Usage: 56

τέρας 
Teras 
Usage: 13

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