Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 2420

Word info for חִידָה

Root: חִידָה
Strongs Number: 2420
Transliteration: [chiydah]
Phonetics: khee·daw
Etymology: From 2330
Parts of Speech: n f.
Sense: riddle, difficult question, parable, enigmatic saying or question, perplexing saying or question (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 riddle, difficult question, parable, enigmatic saying or question, perplexing saying or question.
      1a riddle (dark obscure utterance).
      1b riddle, enigma (to be guessed).
      1c perplexing questions (difficult).
      1d double dealing (with ‘havin’).

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of H2420

בְחִידֹ֔ת, חִידָ֑ה, חִידָתְךָ֖, הַחִידָ֖ה, הַ֣חִידָ֔ה, הַֽחִידָ֥ה, חִידָתִֽי, הַחִידָ֑ה, בְּחִידֽוֹת, בְחִיד֜וֹת, חִ֝יד֗וֹת, וְחִידֹתָֽם, חִידָ֖ה, חִידֽוֹת, חִיד֣וֹת

All words for strongs number H2420 :

Word Occurance
חִידָתִֽי 2
הַחִידָ֖ה 2
בְחִידֹ֔ת 1
חִידָ֑ה 1
חִידָתְךָ֖ 1
הַ֣חִידָ֔ה 1
הַֽחִידָ֥ה 1
הַחִידָ֑ה 1
בְּחִידֽוֹת 1
בְחִיד֜וֹת 1
חִ֝יד֗וֹת 1
וְחִידֹתָֽם 1
חִידָ֖ה 1
חִידֽוֹת 1
חִיד֣וֹת 1

How strongs number H2420 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
a riddle 4
the riddle 4
with hard questions 2
in dark sayings 1
your riddle 1
my riddle 1
my dark saying 1
dark sayings 1
and their riddles 1
sinister schemes 1

Two strong number together

array(17) { [0]=> string(12) "Numbers 12:8" [1]=> string(12) "Judges 14:12" [2]=> string(12) "Judges 14:13" [3]=> string(12) "Judges 14:14" [4]=> string(12) "Judges 14:15" [5]=> string(12) "Judges 14:16" [6]=> string(12) "Judges 14:17" [7]=> string(12) "Judges 14:18" [8]=> string(12) "Judges 14:19" [9]=> string(12) "1 Kings 10:1" [10]=> string(16) "2 Chronicles 9:1" [11]=> string(11) "Psalms 49:4" [12]=> string(11) "Psalms 78:2" [13]=> string(12) "Proverbs 1:6" [14]=> string(12) "Ezekiel 17:2" [15]=> string(11) "Daniel 8:23" [16]=> string(12) "Habakkuk 2:6" }

17 Verses with H2420

Numbers 12:8
Literal: Face to face I speak with him and Even plainly and not in dark sayings and the form of Yahweh he sees then why not were you afraid to speak against My servant Moses
KJV: With him will I speak  mouth  even apparently,  and not in dark speeches;  and the similitude  of the LORD  shall he behold:  wherefore then were ye not afraid  to speak  against my servant  Moses? 

Judges 14:12
Literal: And said to them Samson let me pose I pray to you a riddle if correctly you can solve and explain it to me [within the] seven days of the feast and then I will give you thirty linen garments and thirty changes of clothing
KJV: And Samson  said  unto them, I will now put forth  a riddle  unto you: if ye can certainly  it me within the seven  days  of the feast,  and find it out,  then I will give  you thirty  sheets  and thirty  change  of garments: 

Judges 14:13
Literal: But if cannot you explain [it] to me to then shall give you me thirty linen garments and thirty changes of clothing And they said to him Pose your riddle that we may hear it
KJV: But if ye cannot  declare  it me, then shall ye give  me thirty  sheets  and thirty  change  of garments.  And they said  unto him, Put forth  thy riddle,  that we may hear  it.

Judges 14:14
Literal: So he said to them Out of the eater came something to eat and out of the strong something sweet And not they could explain the riddle three for days
KJV: And he said  unto them, Out of the eater  came forth  meat,  and out of the strong  came forth  sweetness.  And they could  not in three  days  expound  the riddle. 

Judges 14:15
Literal: But it came to pass on the day seventh that they said to wife of Samson Entice - your husband that he may explain to us the riddle or else we will burn you and house your father's with fire Have in order to take what is ours you invited us [is that] not [so]
KJV: And it came to pass on the seventh  day,  that they said  unto Samson's  wife,  Entice  thy husband,  that he may declare  unto us the riddle,  lest we burn  thee and thy father's  house  with fire:  have ye called  us to take that we have?  is it not so?

Judges 14:16
Literal: And wept wife of Samson on him and said only You hate me and not You do love me a riddle You have posed to the sons of my people but to me not you have explained [it] and he said to her Look to my father or my mother I have explained [it] so to you should I explain [it]
KJV: And Samson's  wife  wept  before him, and said,  Thou dost but hate  me, and lovest  me not: thou hast put forth  a riddle  unto the children  of my people,  and hast not told  it me. And he said  unto her, Behold, I have not told  it my father  nor my mother,  and shall I tell  it thee?

Judges 14:17
Literal: And she had wept on him seven the days while lasted Their feast and it came to pass on the day seventh that he told her because she pressed him so much and she explained the riddle to the sons of her people
KJV: And she wept  before him the seven  days,  while their feast  lasted:  and it came to pass on the seventh  day,  that he told  her, because she lay sore  upon him: and she told  the riddle  to the children  of her people. 

Judges 14:18
Literal: So said to him the men of the city on the day seventh before went down the sun what [is] sweeter than honey and what [is] stronger than a lion and he said to them if not you had plowed with my heifer not You would have solved my riddle
KJV: of the city  said  unto him on the seventh  day  before the sun  went down,  What is sweeter  than honey?  and what is stronger  than a lion?  And he said  unto them, If  ye had not plowed  with my heifer,  ye had not found out  my riddle. 

Judges 14:19
Literal: And came mightily upon him the Spirit of Yahweh and he went down to Ashkelon and killed of their thirty men and took - their apparel and gave the changes [of clothing] to those who had explained the riddle So was aroused his anger and he went back up house of to his father -
KJV: And the Spirit  of the LORD  came  upon him, and he went down  to Ashkelon,  and slew  thirty  men  of them, and took  their spoil,  and gave  change  of garments unto them which expounded  the riddle.  And his anger  was kindled,  and he went up  to his father's  house. 

1 Kings 10:1
Literal: Now when the queen of Sheba heard - of the fame of Solomon concerning the name of Yahweh and she came to test him with hard questions
KJV: And when the queen  of Sheba  heard  of the fame  of Solomon  concerning the name  of the LORD,  she came  to prove  him with hard questions. 

2 Chronicles 9:1
Literal: Now when the queen of Sheba heard for of the fame of Solomon and she came to test - Solomon with hard questions to Jerusalem [having] a retinue great very and camels that bore spices and gold in abundance and stones precious and when she came to Solomon and she spoke with him - about all that was in her heart
KJV: And when the queen  of Sheba  heard  of the fame  of Solomon,  she came  to prove  Solomon  with hard questions  at Jerusalem,  with a very  great  company,  and camels  that bare  spices,  and gold  in abundance,  and precious  stones:  and when she was come  to Solomon,  she communed  with him of all that was in her heart. 

Psalms 49:4
Literal: I will incline to a proverb my ear I will disclose on the harp my dark saying
KJV: I will incline  mine ear  to a parable:  I will open  my dark saying  upon the harp. 

Psalms 78:2
Literal: I will open in a parable my mouth I will utter dark sayings of old
KJV: I will open  my mouth  in a parable:  I will utter  dark sayings  of old: 

Proverbs 1:6
Literal: To understand a proverb and an enigma the words of the wise and their riddles
KJV: To understand  a proverb,  and the interpretation;  the words  of the wise,  and their dark sayings. 

Ezekiel 17:2
Literal: Son of man pose a riddle and speak a parable to the house of Israel
KJV: Son  of man,  put forth  a riddle,  and speak  a parable  unto the house  of Israel; 

Daniel 8:23
Literal: And in the latter time of their kingdom when have reached their fullness the transgressors shall arise A king fierce Having features and who understands sinister schemes
KJV: And in the latter time  of their kingdom,  when the transgressors  are come to the full,  a king  of fierce  countenance,  and understanding  dark sentences,  shall stand up. 

Habakkuk 2:6
Literal: Will not these all against him a proverb take up and taunting a riddle against him and say Woe to him who increases not [What] is his how long and who loads himself to him with many pledges
KJV: Shall not all these take up  a parable  against him, and a taunting  proverb  against him, and say,  Woe  to him that increaseth  that which is not his! how long? and to him that ladeth  himself with thick clay! 

Old Testament (17)
Gen Exo Lev Num (1) Deut
Josh Judg (8) Rth 1 Sam 2 Sam
1 Kgs (1) 2 Kgs 1 Chron 2 Chron (1) Ezra
Neh Esth Job Psa (2) Prov (1)
Eccles Song Isa Jer Lam
Ezek (1) Dan (1) Hos Joel Amos
Obad Jnh Micah Nah Hab (1)
Zeph Haggai Zech Mal
New Testament
Matt Mrk Luk John Act
Rom 1 Cor 2 Cor Gal Ephes
Phil Col 1 Thess 2 Thess 1 Tim
2 Tim Titus Philem Hebrews James
1 Pet 2 Pet 1 John 2 John 3 John
Jude Rev