أَنَا أَرْعَى غَنَمِي وَأُرْبِضُهَا، يَقُولُ ٱلسَّيِّدُ ٱلرَّبُّ.١٥15
I
will
feed
StrongsID:
h7462
Language:
Hebrew
Lemma:
רָעָה
Transliteration:
râʻâh
Pronounciation:
raw-aw'
Part of Speech:
Verb
Strongs Glossary:
a primitive root; to tend a flock; i.e. pasture it; intransitively, to graze (literally or figuratively); generally to rule; by extension, to associate with (as a friend); [idiom] break, companion, keep company with, devour, eat up, evil entreat, feed, use as a friend, make friendship with, herdman, keep (sheep) (-er), pastor, [phrase] shearing house, shepherd, wander, waste.
my
flock
StrongsID:
h6629
Language:
Hebrew
Lemma:
צֹאן
Transliteration:
tsôʼn
Pronounciation:
tsone
Part of Speech:
Noun Feminine
Strongs Glossary:
or צאוֹן; (Psalm 144:13), from an unused root meaning to migrate; a collective name for a flock (of sheep or goats); also figuratively (of men); (small) cattle, flock ([phrase] -s), lamb ([phrase] -s), sheep(-cote, -fold, -shearer, -herds).
and
I
will
cause
them
to
lie
down
StrongsID:
h7257
Language:
Hebrew
Lemma:
רָבַץ
Transliteration:
râbats
Pronounciation:
raw-bats'
Part of Speech:
Verb
Strongs Glossary:
a primitive root; to crouch (on all four legs folded, like a recumbent animal); be implication, to recline, repose, brood, lurk, imbed; crouch (down), fall down, make a fold, lay, (cause to, make to) lie (down), make to rest, sit.
saith
StrongsID:
h5002
Language:
Hebrew
Lemma:
נְאֻם
Transliteration:
nᵉʼum
Pronounciation:
neh-oom'
Part of Speech:
Noun Masculine
Strongs Glossary:
from נָאַם; an oracle; (hath) said, saith.
the
Lord
StrongsID:
h136
Language:
Hebrew
Lemma:
אֲדֹנָי
Transliteration:
ʼĂdônây
Pronounciation:
ad-o-noy'
Part of Speech:
Noun Masculine
Strongs Glossary:
an emphatic form of אָדוֹן; the Lord (used as a proper name of God only); (my) Lord.
GOD
StrongsID:
h3069
Language:
Hebrew
Lemma:
יְהֹוִה
Transliteration:
Yᵉhôvih
Pronounciation:
yeh-ho-vee'
Part of Speech:
Proper Name
Strongs Glossary:
a variation of יְהֹוָה (used after אֲדֹנָי, and pronounced by Jews as אֱלֹהִים, in order to prevent the repetition of the same sound, since they elsewhere pronounce יְהֹוָה as אֲדֹנָי); {YHWH}; God.