cuckoo (Hebrew #7828)

Leviticus
11:16  And the owl
ya`anah (Hebrew #3284)
feminine of 3283, and meaning the same
KJV usage: + owl.
Pronounce: yah-an-aw'
bath (Hebrew #1323)
a daughter (used in the same wide sense as other terms of relationship, literally and figuratively)
KJV usage: apple (of the eye), branch, company, daughter, X first, X old, + owl, town, village.
Pronounce: bath
Origin: from 1129 (as feminine of 1121)
, and the night hawk
tachmac (Hebrew #8464)
a species of unclean bird (from its violence), perhaps an owl
KJV usage: night hawk.
Pronounce: takh-mawce'
Origin: from 2554
, and the cuckow
shachaph (Hebrew #7828)
the gull (as thin)
KJV usage: cuckoo.
Pronounce: shakh'-af
Origin: from an unused root meaning to peel, i.e. emaciate
, and the hawk
nets (Hebrew #5322)
from 5340; a flower (from its brilliancy); also a hawk (from it flashing speed); --blossom, hawk.
Pronounce: nayts
after his kind
miyn (Hebrew #4327)
a sort, i.e. species
KJV usage: kind. Compare 4480.
Pronounce: meen
Origin: from an unused root meaning to portion out
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Deuteronomy
14:15  And the owl
ya`anah (Hebrew #3284)
feminine of 3283, and meaning the same
KJV usage: + owl.
Pronounce: yah-an-aw'
bath (Hebrew #1323)
a daughter (used in the same wide sense as other terms of relationship, literally and figuratively)
KJV usage: apple (of the eye), branch, company, daughter, X first, X old, + owl, town, village.
Pronounce: bath
Origin: from 1129 (as feminine of 1121)
, and the night hawk
tachmac (Hebrew #8464)
a species of unclean bird (from its violence), perhaps an owl
KJV usage: night hawk.
Pronounce: takh-mawce'
Origin: from 2554
, and the cuckow
shachaph (Hebrew #7828)
the gull (as thin)
KJV usage: cuckoo.
Pronounce: shakh'-af
Origin: from an unused root meaning to peel, i.e. emaciate
, and the hawk
nets (Hebrew #5322)
from 5340; a flower (from its brilliancy); also a hawk (from it flashing speed); --blossom, hawk.
Pronounce: nayts
after his kind
miyn (Hebrew #4327)
a sort, i.e. species
KJV usage: kind. Compare 4480.
Pronounce: meen
Origin: from an unused root meaning to portion out
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