Strong Sigh

( אה ) Action: Sigh Object: Hawk, Sigher Abstract: Desire, Where Definition: This can be a sigh when searching as when the ox snorts when desiring food. Relationships: This root is closely related to הא. Ancient Hebrew: The pictograph represents strength of the ox. The is one looking at a great sight and sighing. Combined they mean “a strong sigh”.

( common, אה / ah ) Translation: AH Definition: [To be verified] The sigh of one in exclamation out of a desire. Relationship to Root: The howling of one searching. Alternate Spellings: האח אי אח Edenics: ah KJV Translations: ah, aha, alas, woe Strong’s Hebrew #: h.0253, h.0337, h.1889(x2)

( אהה ) Definition: A screaming out of pain.

( masc., אהה / a-hah ) Translation: AH KJV Translations: ah, alas Strong’s Hebrew #: h.0162

( יאה ) Definition: Rightful ownership of what is desired.

( common, יאה ) Translation: BELONG (V) KJV Translations: appertain Strong’s Hebrew #: h.2969

( אוה ) Definition: A sigh out of a desire.

( common, אוה / a.w.h ) Translation: YEARN (V) Definition: To have an earnest or strong desire; long. KJV Translations: desire, longing, covet, lust, point out Strong’s Hebrew #: h.0183

( masc., אוה / e-veh ) Translation: YEARN Definition: To long persistently, wistfully, or sadly. What is desired, whether good or bad. KJV Translations: n/a Strong’s Hebrew #: [Found in names only]

( fem., תאוה / ta-a-wah ) Translation: YEARNING Definition: To long persistently, wistfully, or sadly. What is desired, whether good or bad. KJV Translations: desire, lust, greedily Strong’s Hebrew #: h.8378

( איה ) Definition: A bird that flies high searching for food and screeches as a loud sigh.

( fem., איה / a-yah ) Translation: HAWK Definition: A bird of prey, probably the hawk, but possibly a kite or vulture. Relationship to Root: From its cry sounding like a sigh. KJV Translations: kite, vulture Strong’s Hebrew #: h.0344

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