Josh. 9:5 KJV (With Strong’s)

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And old
baleh (Hebrew #1087)
worn out
KJV usage: old.
Pronounce: baw-leh'
Origin: from 1086
shoes
na`al (Hebrew #5275)
alah {nah-al-aw'}; from 5274; properly, a sandal tongue; by extens. a sandal or slipper (sometimes as a symbol of occupancy, a refusal to marry, or of something valueless)
KJV usage: dryshod, (pair of) shoe((-latchet), -s).
Pronounce: nah'-al
Origin: or (feminine) na
and clouted
tala' (Hebrew #2921)
properly, to cover with pieces; i.e. (by implication) to spot or variegate (as tapestry)
KJV usage: clouted, with divers colours, spotted.
Pronounce: taw-law'
Origin: a primitive root
upon their feet
regel (Hebrew #7272)
a foot (as used in walking); by implication, a step; by euphem. the pudenda
KJV usage: X be able to endure, X according as, X after, X coming, X follow, ((broken-))foot((-ed, -stool)), X great toe, X haunt, X journey, leg, + piss, + possession, time.
Pronounce: reh'-gel
Origin: from 7270
, and old
baleh (Hebrew #1087)
worn out
KJV usage: old.
Pronounce: baw-leh'
Origin: from 1086
garments
salmah (Hebrew #8008)
a dress
KJV usage: clothes, garment, raiment.
Pronounce: sal-maw'
Origin: transp. for 8071
upon them; and all the bread
lechem (Hebrew #3899)
food (for man or beast), especially bread, or grain (for making it)
KJV usage: ((shew-))bread, X eat, food, fruit, loaf, meat, victuals. See also 1036.
Pronounce: lekh'-em
Origin: from 3898
of their provision
tsayid (Hebrew #6718)
the chase; also game (thus taken); (generally) lunch (especially for a journey)
KJV usage: X catcheth, food, X hunter, (that which he took in) hunting, venison, victuals.
Pronounce: tsah'-yid
Origin: from a form of 6679 and meaning the same
was dry
yabesh (Hebrew #3001)
to be ashamed, confused or disappointed; also (as failing) to dry up (as water) or wither (as herbage)
KJV usage: be ashamed, clean, be confounded, (make) dry (up), (do) shame(-fully), X utterly, wither (away).
Pronounce: yaw-bashe'
Origin: a primitive root
and mouldy
niqqud (Hebrew #5350)
a crumb (as broken to spots); also a biscuit (as pricked)
KJV usage: cracknel, mouldy.
Pronounce: nik-kood'
Origin: from the same as 5348
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J. N. Darby Translation

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and old and patched sandals upon their feet, and old garments upon them; and all the bread of their provision was dry and mouldy.