Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 188

Word info for אֹוי

Root: אֹוי
Strongs Number: 188
Transliteration: [ʾowy]
Phonetics: o·ee
Etymology: Probably from 183 (in the sense of crying out after)
Parts of Speech: interj.
Sense: woe! alas! oh! (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 woe! alas! oh!.
      1a passionate cry of grief or despair.

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of H188

אוֹי־, א֕וֹי, א֣וֹי, ؟ א֥וֹי, א֖וֹי, אֽוֹי־, א֥וֹי, אוֹי֮, א֤וֹי

All words for strongs number H188 :

Word Occurance
א֣וֹי 5
אֽוֹי־ 5
א֥וֹי 5
אוֹי־ 2
א֖וֹי 2
א֕וֹי 1
؟ א֥וֹי 1
אוֹי֮ 1
א֤וֹי 1

How strongs number H188 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
woe 14
woe is 3
woe to 2
alas 1
has woe 1
woe [is] 1
[saying] woe [is] 1

Two strong number together

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23 Verses with H188

Numbers 21:29
Literal: Woe to you Moab You have perished people of Chemosh He has given his sons as fugitives and his daughters into captivity to king of the Amorites Sihon
KJV: Woe  to thee, Moab!  thou art undone,  O people  of Chemosh:  he hath given  his sons  that escaped,  and his daughters,  unto Sihon  king  of the Amorites. 

Numbers 24:23
Literal: And he took up his oracle and said Alas who shall live when does this God
KJV: And he took up  his parable,  and said,  Alas,  who shall live  when God  doeth 

1 Samuel 4:7
Literal: So were afraid the Philistines for they said has come God into the camp And they said Woe to us has never happened been such as this before now
KJV: And the Philistines  were afraid,  for they said,  God  is come  into the camp.  And they said,  Woe  unto us! for there hath not been such a thing heretofore. 

1 Samuel 4:8
Literal: Woe to us who will deliver us of from the hand gods mighty these these are the gods who struck - Egypt with all the plagues in the wilderness
KJV: Woe  unto us! who shall deliver  us out of the hand  of these mighty  Gods?  that smote  the Egyptians  with all the plagues  in the wilderness. 

Proverbs 23:29
Literal: Who has woe has sorrow - has contentions has complaints who has wounds without cause who has redness of eyes
KJV: Who hath woe?  who hath sorrow?  who hath babbling?  who hath wounds  without cause?  who hath redness  of eyes? 

Isaiah 3:9
Literal: The look on their countenance witnesses against them and their sin as Sodom they declare not They do hide [it] Woe to their soul for they have brought upon themselves evil
KJV: The shew  of their countenance  doth witness against them;  and they declare  their sin  as Sodom,  they hide  it not. Woe  unto their soul!  for they have rewarded  evil  unto themselves.

Isaiah 3:11
Literal: Woe to the wicked [it shall be] ill [with him] for the reward of his hands shall be given him
KJV: Woe  unto the wicked!  it shall be ill  with him: for the reward  of his hands  shall be given  him.

Isaiah 6:5
Literal: So I said Woe [is] me for I am undone because a man of unclean lips I [am] and in the midst of a people of unclean lips I dwell for - the King Yahweh of hosts have seen my eyes
KJV: Then said  I, Woe  is me! for I am undone;  because I am a man  of unclean  lips,  and I dwell  in the midst  of a people  of unclean  lips:  for mine eyes  have seen  the King,  the LORD  of hosts. 

Isaiah 24:16
Literal: From the ends of the earth songs we have heard Glory to the righteous But I said I am ruined to me ruined to Woe to me the treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously and indeed very the treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously
KJV: From the uttermost part  of the earth  have we heard  songs,  even glory  to the righteous.  But I said,  My leanness,  woe  unto me! the treacherous dealers  have dealt very  treacherously. 

Jeremiah 4:13
Literal: Behold like clouds he shall come up and like a whirlwind his chariots are swifter than eagles His horses Woe to us for we are plundered
KJV: Behold, he shall come up  as clouds,  and his chariots  shall be as a whirlwind:  his horses  are swifter  than eagles.  Woe  unto us! for we are spoiled. 

Jeremiah 4:31
Literal: For a voice as of a woman in labor I have heard the anguish as of her who brings forth her first child the voice of the daughter of Zion bewailing herself she spreads her hands [saying] Woe [is] now me for is weary my soul because of murderers -
KJV: For I have heard  a voice  as of a woman in travail,  and the anguish  as of her that bringeth forth her first child,  the voice  of the daughter  of Zion,  that bewaileth  herself, that spreadeth  her hands,  saying, Woe  is me now! for my soul  is wearied  because of murderers. 

Jeremiah 6:4
Literal: Prepare against her war Arise and let us go up at noon Woe to us for goes away the day for are lengthening the shadows of the evening
KJV: Prepare  ye war  against her; arise,  and let us go up  at noon.  Woe  unto us! for the day  goeth away,  for the shadows  of the evening  are stretched out. 

Jeremiah 10:19
Literal: Woe is me for my hurt severe My wound is but I say Truly this [is] an infirmity and I must bear it
KJV: Woe  is me for my hurt!  my wound  is grievous:  but I said,  Truly  this is a grief,  and I must bear  it.

Jeremiah 13:27
Literal: Your adulteries and your [lustful] neighings the lewdness of your harlotry on the hills in the fields I have seen Your abominations Woe to you Jerusalem not will you be made clean when how still -
KJV: I have seen  thine adulteries,  and thy neighings,  the lewdness  of thy whoredom,  and thine abominations  on the hills  in the fields.  Woe  unto thee, O Jerusalem!  wilt thou not be made clean?  when shall it once  be?

Jeremiah 15:10
Literal: Woe is me my mother that you have borne me a man of strife and a man of contention to all the earth neither I have lent for interest nor have men lent for interest to me every one of them curses me -
KJV: Woe  is me, my mother,  that thou hast borne  me a man  of strife  and a man  of contention  to the whole earth!  I have neither lent on usury,  yet every one of them doth curse  me.

Jeremiah 45:3
Literal: You said Woe is now me for has added Yahweh grief to my sorrow I fainted in my sighing and rest No I find -
KJV: Thou didst say,  Woe  is me now! for the LORD  hath added  grief  to my sorrow;  I fainted  in my sighing,  and I find  no rest. 

Jeremiah 48:46
Literal: Woe to you Moab perish the people of Chemosh for have been taken your sons captive and your daughters captive
KJV: Woe  be unto thee, O Moab!  the people  of Chemosh  perisheth:  for thy sons  are taken  captives,  and thy daughters  captives. 

Lamentations 5:16
Literal: Has fallen the crown [from] our head Woe I beseech thee to us for we have sinned
KJV: The crown  is fallen  from our head:  woe  unto us, that we have sinned! 

Ezekiel 16:23
Literal: And it was so after all your wickedness Woe woe to you says the Lord GOD
KJV: And it came to pass after  all thy wickedness,  (woe,  unto thee! saith  the Lord  GOD;) 

Ezekiel 24:6
Literal: Therefore thus says the Lord GOD Woe to city the bloody to the pot whose scum [is] in it and whose scum not is gone from it piece by piece bring it out no has fallen On which lot
KJV: Wherefore thus saith  the Lord  GOD;  Woe  to the bloody  city,  to the pot  whose scum  is not gone out  piece  let no lot  fall  upon it.

Ezekiel 24:9
Literal: Therefore thus says the Lord GOD Woe to city the bloody too I will make great the pyre
KJV: Therefore thus saith  the Lord  Woe  to the bloody  city!  I will even make the pile  for fire great. 

Hosea 7:13
Literal: Woe to them for they have fled from Me Destruction to them because they have transgressed against Me and Though I redeemed them and yet they have spoken against Me lies
KJV: Woe  unto them! for they have fled  from me: destruction  unto them! because they have transgressed  against me: though I have redeemed  them, yet they have spoken  lies  against me.

Hosea 9:12
Literal: Yes Though they bring up - their children and yet I will bereave them to the last man Yes Yes woe to them when I depart from them
KJV: Though they bring up  their children,  yet will I bereave  them, that there shall not be a man  left: yea, woe  also to them when I depart  from them!

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