Koach

ko'-akh
Noun Masculine
  1. strength, power, might
    1. human strength
    2. strength (of angels)
    3. power (of God)
    4. strength (of animals)
    5. strength, produce, wealth (of soil)
  2. a small reptile, probably a kind of lizard, which is unclean
    1. perhaps an extinct animal, exact meaning is unknown
Audio Pronunciation
Original Language
xk
Origin
from an unused root meaning to be firm
Strong's Number
03581
TDNT Entry
TWOT - 973.1

KJV Word Usage

strength
58
power
47
might
7
force
3
ability
2
able
2
able + (<a href="[host-url-value]/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/atsar.html" target="_blank" url="/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/atsar.html">06113</a>)
1
chameleon
1
fruits
1
powerful
1
substance
1
wealth
1
weary + (<a href="[host-url-value]/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/yagiya.html" target="_blank" url="/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/yagiya.html">03019</a>)
1
Total
126

The Hebrew lexicon is Brown, Driver, Briggs, Gesenius Lexicon; this is keyed to the "Theological Word Book of the Old Testament." These files are considered public domain.

Brown, Driver, Briggs and Gesenius. "Hebrew Lexicon entry for Koach". "The KJV Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon". . .