Strong's Concordance, Hebrew Dictionary

Else, except, fail, be gone, neither, never, nor, not, nothing, to nought, past, well-nigh, without, a nonentity

Hebrew: אַיִן, ʾayin (H369)

660 King James Bible Verses

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Here are else, except, fail, less, be gone, in and related words in the Bible. What does the source Hebrew word אַיִן mean and how is it used in the Bible? Below are the English definition details. Also below are examples within Bible verses highlighted in yellow (follow this link to go there). Tap or hover on blue, underlined words to see more original scripture and meanings. Information sourced from Strong's Concordance[1].

Definition Details

Strong's Number: H369

Hebrew Base Word: אַיִן

Part of speech: Substantive; particle of negation

Usage: Else, except, fail, (father-)less, be gone, in(-curable), neither, never, no (where), none, nor, (any, thing), not, nothing, to nought, past, un(-searchable), well-nigh, without

Definition: A nonentity; generally used as a negative particle.

Detailed definition:

  1. Nothing, not, nought.
    1. (n) nothing, nought.
    2. (neg) not.
    3. To have not (of possession).
    4. (adv) without.
    5. (with prep) for lack of.

Derived terms: As if from a primitive root meaning to be nothing or not exist.

See also:

  1. H370

Comments: Compare H370.

Pronunciation:

  1. Biblical International Phonetic Alphabet: ʔɑˈjɪn̪
  2. Modern International Phonetic Alphabet: ʔɑˈjin
  3. Transliteration: ʾayin
  4. Biblical Pronunciation: ah-YIN
  5. Modern Pronunciation: ah-YEEN


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