Strong's Hebrew: 3205. יָלַד (yalad) -- to bear, bring forth, beget
3205. yalad
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yalad: to bear, bring forth, beget
Original Word: יָלַד
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: yalad
Phonetic Spelling: (yaw-lad')
Short Definition: father

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
Definition
to bear, bring forth, beget
NASB Translation
bear (13), bearing (3), bears (6), became (1), became the father (144), become the father (2), become the fathers (1), beget (3), begetting (1), begot (2), begotten (3), birth (2), birthday* (1), bore (85), born (73), borne (20), bring forth (5), brings forth (1), brought them forth (1), brought forth (6), child (2), childbirth (10), children (1), children born (1), deliver (1), delivered (1), descended (2), father (1), fathered (2), fathers (1), gave me birth (1), gave you birth (2), gave birth (25), gave birth to a child (2), give birth (13), give birth the midwife (1), give delivery (1), given it birth (1), given birth (4), gives birth (2), gives delivery (1), giving birth (2), had (17), had sons (1), has (1), have (2), labor (5), labor has borne (1), labor the midwife (1), laid (1), midwife (1), midwives (6), produced (1), registered by ancestry (1), sired (1), sires (2), takes effect (1).

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יָלַד497 verb bear, bring forth, beget (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic יְלִיד, יְלֵיד, ; Arabic bear, bring forth, so Ethiopic Assyrian alâdu, COTGloss) —

Qal Perfect יָלַד Genesis 4:18 (3 t. in verse) + 16 t.; יָלָ֑ד Jeremiah 17:11; וְיָלַד consecutive Psalm 7:15; suffix יְלָֽדְךָ Deuteronomy 32:18; 2masculine singular suffix ילדתני Jeremiah 2:27 Kt; Qr יְלִדְתָּנוּ (Köi. 410 Ges§ 70, 2. R. 4); 1 singular suffix יְלִדְתִּ֫יךָ Psalm 2:7; יְלִדְתִּ֫יהוּ Numbers 11:12, etc.; Imperfect יֵלֶד(יֹוםׅ Proverbs 27:1; 3feminine singular תֵּלֵד Genesis 17:17 6t.; וַתֵּ֫לֶד Genesis 4:1 61t.; 2 feminine singular תֵּלְדִי Genesis 3:16; אֵלֵד Genesis 18:13; וָאֵלֵד 1 Kings 3:17; יֵ˜לְדוּ Isaiah 65:23; 3feminine plural תֵּלַדְנָה Jeremiah 29:6; וַתֵּלַדְנָה Ezekiel 23:4; וַתֵּלַדְןָ Genesis 30:39, etc.; Infinitive absolute יָלֹד Job 15:35; construct לֵדָה Hosea 9:11 3t.; לֶ֫דֶת Genesis 4:2 10t.; לָלַת 1 Samuel 4:19 (Köi, 402, but probably text error Dr); suffix לִדְתִּי 1 Kings 3:18, etc.; Participle active יֹלֵד Proverbs 17:21; Jeremiah 30:6, etc.; feminine יוֺלֵדָה Hosea 13:13 12t.; יֹלֶ֫דֶת Genesis 17:19 4t.; יֹלַדְתְּ Genesis 16:11 2t. (Köi. 404 f.; perhaps יֹלֶדֶת intended by Kt, compare Sta§ 213 b); suffix Proverbs 23:25; יוֺלַדְתּוֺ Proverbs 17:25; etc.; plural יֹלְדוֺת Jeremiah 16:3; Passive participle יָלוּד 1 Kings 3:26,27; construct יְלוּד Job 14:1 2t.; plural יְלוּדִים 1 Chronicles 14:4; —

1 bear, bring froth:

a. (a mother a child,) so commonly, approximately 208 t.; followed by accusative Genesis 3:16; Genesis 4:1 & constantly; accusative omitted Genesis 6:2 etc. = be delivered of a child, 1 Kings 3:17,18; 2 Kings 19:3 = Isaiah 37:3 (in proverb with negative, i.e. human power exhausted); of animals Genesis 30:39; Genesis 31:8 (twice in verse); Jeremiah 14:5; Jeremiah 17:11 (bird laying eggs, or hatching out young), Ezekiel 31:6; Job 39:1,2; but also of whole process of labour (compare חול) וַתְּקַשׁ בְּלִדְתָּהּ Genesis 35:16 compare Genesis 35:17, Genesis 38:27,28, compare 1 Samuel 14:19; Jeremiah 31:18; Micah 5:2 (of a man, as preposterous, Jeremiah 30:6, compare Moses as mother of Israel Numbers 11:12).

b. hence in simile of distress Micah 4:9,10; Isaiah 13:8; Isaiah 21:3; Isaiah 42:14; Jeremiah 6:24; Jeremiah 13:21; Jeremiah 22:23; Jeremiah 30:6; Jeremiah 49:24; Jeremiah 50:43; Psalm 48:7, compare Hosea 13:13; ילד עלבֿרכים (StaZAW 1886, 143 ff.) Genesis 30:3; Genesis 50:23 (compare Job 3:12).

c. figurative of wicked וְהָרָה עָמָל וְיָלַד שָׁ֑קֶר Psalm 7:15 compare Job 15:35 also Isaiah 33:11; of Israelites, bringing froth wind (of vain efforts for deliverance) Isaiah 26:18; כְּפֹר שָׁמַיִם מִי יְלָדוֺ Job 38:29; of Tyre as mother of her inhabitants Isaiah 23:4 of Jerusalem Isaiah 51:18; Isaiah 54:1; Isaiah 66:7,8; Ezekiel 16:20; Israel bearing disloyal children Hosea 5:7; Jerusalem and Samaria, as Oholibah and Oholah Ezekiel 23:37; of Babylon Jeremiah 50:12; of a day, as producing events לֹאתֵֿדַע מַה יֵּ֫לֶד יוֺם Proverbs 27:1; perhaps of God (figurative of rock צוּר), as mother of Israel bringing forth with labour Deuteronomy 32:18 yet see

2 less often beget:

a. literal, approximately 22 t., always with accusative; in Hexateuch a mark of J; Genesis 4:18 (3 t. in verse); Genesis 10:8,13,15,24 (twice in verse); Genesis 10:26 = 1 Chronicles 1:10,11,13,18 (twice in verse); 1 Chronicles 1:20, Genesis 22:23; Genesis 25:3 (Deuteronomy 32:18 & Numbers 11:12 E are dubious; P uses Hiph`il), elsewhere Proverbs 17:21; Proverbs 23:23,24; Daniel 11:6.

b. beget, figurative Psalm 2:7 of ׳יs formally installing king into theocratic rights.

3 Zechariah 13:3 (twice in verse), of both parents (literally); Passive participle 3t. = child 1 Kings 3:26,27 where mother is named, 1 Chronicles 14:4 where father named.

Niph`al Perfect נוֺלַד 1 Chronicles 2:3 6t. + הנּוֺלַדֿ Genesis 21:3 according to points, but read Participle (see Di); נוּ֯לְּדוּ Genesis 3:5; Genesis 20:8 (compare Ol§ 70, 2, R. 5); Imperfect יִוָּלֵד Genesis 17:17 4t.; יִוָּ֑לֶד Isaiah 66:8; וַיִּוָּלֵד Genesis 4:18 2t., etc.; Infinitive הִוָּ֑לֶד Genesis 21:5; הִוָָּֽלְדוֺ Ecclesiastes 7:1; הִוָּ˜לְדָהּ Hosea 2:5; Participle נוֺלָד 1 Kings 13:2 3t. (Genesis 21:3 see above); נוֺלָדִים Genesis 48:5; 1 Chronicles 7:21; — be born: of human beings, followed by לְ (born to such and such a man), Genesis 4:18; Genesis 10:1; Genesis 17:17; Genesis 21:3,5; Genesis 46:20; Genesis 48:5; Numbers 26:60; Deuteronomy 23:9; 2 Samuel 3:2 (Qr), 2 Samuel 5:13; 2 Samuel 14:27; 1 Chronicles 2:3,9; 1 Chronicles 3:1,4,5; 1 Chronicles 20:6,8; 1 Chronicles 22:9; 1 Chronicles 26:6; Job 1:2 compare 1 Kings 13:2; without לְ, Job 3:3; Job 38:21; Psalm 78:6; 1 Chronicles 7:21; Ecclesiastes 7:1 (טוֺב שֵׁם מִשֶּׁמֶן טוֺב וְיוֺם הַמָּוֶת מִיּוֺם הִוָָּֽלְ˜דוֺ׃); metaphor of Israel (under figure of unfaithful wife) Hosea 2:5; of nation, גּוֺי, Isaiah 66:8; people, עַם, Psalm 22:32; of animals Leviticus 22:27; Deuteronomy 15:19; Participle כָּלנָֿשִׁים וְהַנּוֺלָד מֵהֶם Ezra 10:3; with predicate or appositive on which emphasis rests, רָ֑שׁ ׳נ Ecclesiastes 4:14 he was born poor; אֹהֵב הָרֵ֑ע וְאָח לְצָרָה יִוָּלֵד Proverbs 17:17; עַיִר פרא אדם יִוָּלֵד Job 11:12; Job 15:7.

Pi`el Infinitive יַלֶּדְכֶן Exodus 1:16 Participle absolute מְיַלֶּדֶת Genesis 35:17 2t.; plural absolute מְיִלְּדוֺת Exodus 1:15 5t. in Exodus 1; — cause (or help) to bring forth, namely, assist or tend as midwife Exodus 1:16 followed by accusative; elsewhere only Participle feminine as substantive = midwife; Genesis 35:17 (E), Genesis 38:28 (J), Exodus 1:15,17,18,19 (twice in verse); Exodus 1:20,21 (E).

Pu`al Perfect יֻלַּד Genesis 4:26 13t.; יוּלַּד Judges 18:29; יֻלָּד֨ Genesis 41:50; יוּלָּ֑ד Job 5:7; יֻלְּדוּ Genesis 6:1 4t. + 2 Samuel 3:2 Kt (Qr וַיִּוָָּֽלְדוּ); יֻלָּ֑דוּ Psalm 90:2, etc.; Participle (? compare Köi. 433; Ges§ 52, 2, R. 6) הַיוּלָּד Judges 13:8 (Böii. p. 244 passive Qal); i. q. Niph`al be born, followed by לְ of father Genesis 4:26; Genesis 6:1; Genesis 10:21,25; Genesis 24:15 (all J), Genesis 41:50 (E), Genesis 35:26; Genesis 36:5; Genesis 46:22,27 (all P), Judges 18:29; 2 Samuel 3:2,5; 2 Samuel 21:20,22; 1 Chronicles 1:19; Jeremiah 20:15; followed by לְ before grandmother's name Ruth 4:17 compare לָ֫נוּ Isaiah 9:5; followed by לְ of purpose, destiny, אדם לעמל יוּלָּד֑ Job 5:7; יֻלְּדוּ עַלבִּֿרְכֵי יוֺסֵף Genesis 50:23 (E; ׳בִּימֵי יו, cit. Di) denoting recognition of children as his; no preposition Jeremiah 20:14; Jeremiah 22:26, compare Judges 13:8 (see above); figurative of foreigners incorporated in spiritual Zion Psalm 87:4; Psalm 87:5; Psalm 87:6; of production of mountains Psalm 90:2.

Hiph`il Perfect הוֺלִיד Genesis 11:27 +; הוֺלִד Numbers 26:58; הֹלִיד 1 Chronicles 2:36 +; suffix וְהוֺלִידָהּ consecutive Isaiah 55:10; הוֺלַדְ֫תָּ Genesis 48:6, etc.; Imperfect יוֺלִיד Genesis 17:20; Ecclesiastes 6:3; וַיּ֫וֺלֶד Genesis 5:3 +; 2 masculine singular תּוֺלִיד Deuteronomy 4:25 4t.; אוֺלִיד Isaiah 66:9; Imperative הוֺלִי֫דוּ Jeremiah 29:6; Infinitive absolute הוֺלֵיד Isaiah 59:4; construct suffix הוֺלִידוֺ Genesis 5:4 16t.; Participle מוֺלִיד Isaiah 66:9; מוֺלִדִים Jeremiah 16:3; —

1 beget (a father a child) Genesis 5:3,4 (twice in verse) + 56 t. in Genesis; Leviticus 25:45; Numbers 26:29,58 (all these P, see below

Qal) + Deuteronomy 4:25; Deuteronomy 28:41 (see Di), 1 Chronicles 2:10 (twice in verse); 1 Chronicles 2:11 (twice in verse) + 84 t. Chronicles; Ruth 4:18 8t., Judges 11:1; 2 Kings 20:18 = Isaiah 39:7; Jeremiah 29:6; Ezekiel 18:10,14; Ezekiel 47:22; Ecclesiastes 5:13; Ecclesiastes 6:3, compare Isaiah 45:10; also Jeremiah 16:3 אֲבוֺתָם הַמּוֺלִדִים אוֺתָם, compare frequently Assyr. abu banu§a, e.g. VR Jeremiah 1:8; figurative of producing dewdrops Job 38:28; of causing the earth to bear grain Isaiah 55:10, causing Zion to bring forth Isaiah 66:9.

2 bear, only figurative Isaiah 59:4 ("" הָרוֺ), of wicked, bringing forth iniquity (this favoured by context others, beget).

Hoph`al Infinitive חֻלֶּ֫דֶת Genesis 40:20; Ezekiel 16:5; הוּלֶּ֫דֶת Ezekiel 16:4 (Co as foregoing); only אֶתֿ ׳יוֺם ה Genesis 40:20; Ezekiel 16:4,5 day of one's being born = birthday.

Hithpa`el Imperfect וַיִּתְיִלְּדוּ Numbers 1:18 denominative from תולדת declared their pedigree (see Di).



Strong's
bear, beget, birthday, born, make to bring forth children, young, bring up, calve,

A primitive root; to bear young; causatively, to beget; medically, to act as midwife; specifically, to show lineage -- bear, beget, birth((-day)), born, (make to) bring forth (children, young), bring up, calve, child, come, be delivered (of a child), time of delivery, gender, hatch, labour, (do the office of a) midwife, declare pedigrees, be the son of, (woman in, woman that) travail(-eth, -ing woman).

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