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Rab H7227 רב

By contraction from H7231; abundant (in quantity, size, age, number, rank, quality): - (in) abound (-undance, -ant, -antly), captain, elder, enough, exceedingly, full, great (-ly, man, one), increase, long (enough, [time]), (do, have) many (-ifold, things, a time), ([ship-]) master, mighty, more, (too, very) much, multiply (-tude), officer, often [-times], plenteous, populous, prince, process [of time], suffice (-ient).


H7227 Total KJV Occurrences: 469

many, 197

Gen_37:34 (2), Exo_5:5, Exo_19:21, Exo_23:2, Lev_15:25, Lev_25:51, Num_9:19, Num_13:18, Num_22:3, Num_24:7, Num_26:54, Num_26:56, Num_35:8, Deu_1:46, Deu_2:1, Deu_2:10, Deu_2:21, Deu_3:5, Deu_7:1, Deu_15:6 (2), Deu_25:3, Deu_28:12, Deu_31:17, Deu_31:21, Jos_11:4, Jos_22:3, Jdg_7:2, Jdg_7:4, Jdg_8:30, Jdg_9:40, 1Sa_14:5-6 (2), 2Sa_22:17, 2Sa_23:20, 1Ki_2:38, 1Ki_4:20, 1Ki_18:1 (2), 1Ki_18:25, 2Ki_9:22, 1Ch_4:27, 1Ch_11:22 (3), 1Ch_28:5, 2Ch_14:11, 2Ch_26:10, 2Ch_30:17-18 (2), 2Ch_32:23, Ezr_10:12-13 (3), Neh_5:2, Neh_6:18, Neh_7:2, Neh_9:28, Neh_9:30, Neh_13:26, Est_1:4, Est_2:8, Est_4:3, Est_8:17, Job_4:3, Job_11:19, Job_16:2, Job_23:14, Psa_3:1-2 (2), Psa_4:6, Psa_18:16, Psa_22:12, Psa_29:3, Psa_31:13, Psa_32:10, Psa_34:19, Psa_37:16, Psa_40:3, Psa_40:5, Psa_55:18, Psa_56:2, Psa_71:6-7 (2), Psa_93:4, Psa_106:43, Psa_110:6, Psa_119:157, Psa_129:1-2 (2), Pro_7:26, Pro_10:21, Pro_14:20, Pro_19:4, Pro_19:6, Pro_19:21, Pro_28:2, Pro_28:27, Pro_29:26, Pro_31:29, Ecc_6:3 (2), Ecc_7:29, Son_8:7, Isa_2:3-4 (2), Isa_5:9, Isa_8:7, Isa_8:15, Isa_17:12-13 (2), Isa_31:1, Isa_42:20, Isa_52:14-15 (2), Isa_53:11-12 (2), Jer_3:1, Jer_11:15, Jer_12:10, Jer_13:6, Jer_16:16 (2), Jer_20:10, Jer_22:8, Jer_25:14, Jer_28:7-8 (2), Jer_32:14, Jer_35:7, Jer_36:32, Jer_37:16, Jer_50:41, Jer_51:13, Lam_1:22, Eze_3:6, Eze_12:27, Eze_16:41, Eze_17:7, Eze_17:9, Eze_17:17, Eze_19:10, Eze_27:3 (2), Eze_27:15, Eze_27:33, Eze_32:3, Eze_32:9-10 (2), Eze_33:24, Eze_37:2, Eze_38:6, Eze_38:8-9 (3), Eze_38:15, Eze_38:22-23 (2), Eze_39:27, Eze_43:2, Eze_47:7, Eze_47:10, Dan_9:25-27 (3), Dan_11:14, Dan_11:18, Dan_11:26, Dan_11:33-34 (3), Dan_11:39-41 (3), Dan_11:44, Dan_12:2-4 (3), Dan_12:10, Hos_3:3-4 (2), Amo_8:3, Mic_4:2-3 (2), Mic_4:11, Mic_4:13, Mic_5:7-8 (2), Nah_1:12, Hab_2:8, Zec_2:10-11 (2), Zec_8:20, Zec_8:22, Mal_2:8

great, 126

Gen_6:5, Gen_7:11, Gen_13:6, Gen_18:20, Gen_26:14, Num_11:33, Num_14:18, Jos_11:8, Jos_17:14-15 (2), Jos_17:17, Jos_19:28, 1Sa_12:17, 1Sa_26:13, 2Sa_3:22, 2Sa_24:14, 1Ki_3:8, 1Ki_19:7 (2), 1Ch_21:13, 2Ch_13:8, 2Ch_13:17, 2Ch_15:5, 2Ch_20:2, 2Ch_20:12, 2Ch_20:15, 2Ch_21:3, 2Ch_21:15, 2Ch_24:25, 2Ch_28:13, Ezr_10:1, Neh_9:17, Neh_9:31, Neh_9:35, Est_1:20, Job_1:3, Job_5:25, Job_23:5-6 (2), Job_30:18, Job_31:25, Job_31:34, Job_32:9, Job_36:18, Job_38:21, Psa_19:11 (2), Psa_19:13, Psa_22:25, Psa_25:11, Psa_31:19, Psa_32:6, Psa_35:18, Psa_36:6, Psa_40:9-10 (2), Psa_48:2, Psa_68:11, Psa_77:19, Psa_78:15, Psa_107:23, Psa_119:156, Psa_119:162, Psa_119:165, Psa_135:10, Psa_145:7 (2), Psa_147:5, Pro_13:7, Pro_14:29, Pro_15:16, Pro_22:1, Pro_26:10, Pro_28:12, Pro_28:16, Ecc_2:21, Ecc_10:6 (2), Isa_6:12, Isa_13:4, Isa_16:14, Isa_19:20, Isa_23:3, Isa_30:25, Isa_51:10, Isa_54:12-13 (2), Isa_63:7, Jer_13:9, Jer_41:12, Jer_51:55, Lam_1:1, Eze_1:23-24 (2), Eze_17:5, Eze_17:8, Eze_17:17, Eze_24:12, Eze_26:19, Eze_27:26, Eze_31:6-7 (2), Eze_31:15, Eze_32:13, Eze_38:4, Eze_47:9, Dan_4:30, Dan_7:1-2 (2), Dan_9:18, Dan_11:3, Dan_11:5, Dan_11:10-11 (2), Hos_9:7, Joe_2:2, Joe_2:11, Joe_3:13 (2), Amo_3:9, Amo_3:15, Amo_6:2, Amo_7:4, Jon_4:2, Hab_3:15, Zec_14:13

much, 35

Gen_30:43, Gen_50:20, Num_16:3, Num_16:7, Num_21:6, Deu_3:19, Deu_28:38, Jos_11:4, Jos_19:9, Jos_22:8 (2), 2Sa_13:34, 1Ki_10:2, 1Ki_12:28, 1Ch_22:8 (2), 2Ch_17:13, 2Ch_20:25, 2Ch_24:11, 2Ch_25:13, 2Ch_26:10, 2Ch_28:8, 2Ch_30:13, 2Ch_32:4 (2), 2Ch_32:29, 2Ch_36:14, Psa_19:10, Psa_35:18, Isa_21:6-7 (2), Eze_17:15, Eze_22:5, Eze_26:7, Jon_4:11

captain, 23

2Ki_25:8, 2Ki_25:10-12 (3), 2Ki_25:15, 2Ki_25:18, 2Ki_25:20, Jer_39:9, Jer_39:11, Jer_39:13, Jer_40:1-2 (2), Jer_40:5, Jer_41:10, Jer_43:6, Jer_52:12, Jer_52:14-16 (3), Jer_52:19, Jer_52:24, Jer_52:26, Jer_52:30

more, 14

Gen_36:7, Exo_1:9, Exo_16:17, Num_22:15, Num_33:54, Deu_7:17, Deu_20:1, Jos_10:11, Jdg_16:30, 2Ki_6:16, 1Ch_24:4, 2Ch_32:7, Isa_54:1, Jon_4:11

long, 12

Num_20:15, Deu_1:6, Deu_2:3, Deu_20:19, Jos_11:18, Jos_23:1, Jos_24:7, 2Sa_14:2, 1Ki_3:11, 2Ch_1:11, 2Ch_15:3, Psa_120:6

enough, 7

Gen_24:25, Gen_33:9, Exo_9:28 (2), 2Sa_24:16, 1Ki_19:4, 1Ch_21:15

multitude, 7

Exo_12:38, Exo_23:2, Num_32:1, 2Ch_1:9, Psa_97:1, Psa_109:30, Eze_31:5

mighty, 5

Job_35:9, Psa_89:50, Isa_63:1, Jer_32:19, Eze_38:15

greater, 4

Deu_7:1, Deu_9:14, Dan_11:13, Amo_6:2

greatly, 3

Psa_62:2 (2), Psa_65:9, Psa_89:7

manifold, 3

Neh_9:19, Neh_9:27, Amo_5:12

plenteous, 3

Psa_86:5, Psa_86:15, Psa_103:8

suffice, 3

Deu_3:26, Eze_44:6, Eze_45:9

abundant, 2

Exo_34:6, Jer_51:13

abundantly, 2

Num_20:11, Job_36:28

exceedingly, 2

Psa_123:3-4 (2)

increased, 2

1Sa_14:19, 2Sa_15:12

princes, 2

Jer_39:12-13 (2), Jer_41:1

time, 2

Psa_129:1-2 (3)

abound, 1


aboundeth, 1


abundance, 1


common, 1


elder, 1


excelled, 1


full, 1


master, 1


multiply, 1


officers, 1


oftentimes, 1


populous, 1


process, 1


shipmaster, 1


sufficient, 1

Deu_33:6-7 (2)


2Kgs.18[17] And the king of Assyria sent Tartan and Rabsaris and Rab-shakeh from Lachish to king Hezekiah with a great host against Jerusalem. And they went up and came to Jerusalem. And when they were come up, they came and stood by the conduit of the upper pool, which is in the highway of the fuller's field.

H7249 רב סריס rab-sariys rab-saw-reece'

From H7227 and a foreign word for a eunuch; chief chamberlain; Rab-Saris, a Babylonian official: - Rab-saris.

BDB Definition:

1) chief eunuch

1a) Rab-saris, chief eunuch, a high ranking Babylonian official

Part of Speech: noun proper masculine


H7262 רב שׁקה rabshaqeh rab-shaw-kay'

From H7227 and H8284; chief butler; Rabshakeh, a Babylonian official: - Rabshakeh.

BDB Definition:

1) chief cupbearer, chief of the officers?


[19] And Rab-shakeh said unto them, Speak ye now to Hezekiah, Thus saith the great king, the king of Assyria, What confidence is this wherein thou trustest?

[26] Then said Eliakim the son of Hilkiah, and Shebna, and Joah, unto Rab-shakeh, Speak, I pray thee, to thy servants in the Syrian language; for we understand it: and talk not with us in the Jews' language in the ears of the people that are on the wall.

[27] But Rab-shakeh said unto them, Hath my master sent me to thy master, and to thee, to speak these words? hath he not sent me to the men which sit on the wall, that they may eat their own dung, and drink their own piss with you.

[28] Then Rab-shakeh stood and cried with a loud voice in the Jews' language, and spake, saying, Hear the word of the great king, the king of Assyria:

[37] Then came Eliakim the son of Hilkiah, which was over the household, and Shebna the scribe, and Joah the son of Asaph the recorder, to Hezekiah with their clothes rent, and told him the words of Rab-shakeh.

2Kgs.19[4] It may be the LORD thy God will hear all the words of Rab-shakeh, whom the king of Assyria his master hath sent to reproach the living God; and will reprove the words which the LORD thy God hath heard: wherefore lift up thy prayer for the remnant that are left.

[8] So Rab-shakeh returned, and found the king of Assyria warring against Libnah: for he had heard that he was departed from Lachish.

Cant.7[4] Thy neck is as a tower of ivory; thine eyes like the fishpools in Heshbon, by the gate of Bath-rabbim: thy nose is as the tower of Lebanon which looketh toward Damascus.áÌÇú-øÇáÌÄéí “daughter of multitudes”

Isa.36[2] And the king of Assyria sent Rabshakeh from Lachish to Jerusalem unto king Hezekiah with a great army. And he stood by the conduit of the upper pool in the highway of the fuller's field.

[4] And Rabshakeh said unto them, Say ye now to Hezekiah, Thus saith the great king, the king of Assyria, What confidence is this wherein thou trustest?

[11] Then said Eliakim and Shebna and Joah unto Rabshakeh, Speak, I pray thee, unto thy servants in the Syrian language; for we understand it: and speak not to us in the Jews' language, in the ears of the people that are on the wall.

[12] But Rabshakeh said, Hath my master sent me to thy master and to thee to speak these words? hath he not sent me to the men that sit upon the wall, that they may eat their own dung, and drink their own piss with you?

[13] Then Rabshakeh stood, and cried with a loud voice in the Jews' language, and said, Hear ye the words of the great king, the king of Assyria.

[22] Then came Eliakim, the son of Hilkiah, that was over the household, and Shebna the scribe, and Joah, the son of Asaph, the recorder, to Hezekiah with their clothes rent, and told him the words of Rabshakeh.

Isa.37[4] It may be the LORD thy God will hear the words of Rabshakeh, whom the king of Assyria his master hath sent to reproach the living God, and will reprove the words which the LORD thy God hath heard: wherefore lift up thy prayer for the remnant that is left.

[8] So Rabshakeh returned, and found the king of Assyria warring against Libnah: for he had heard that he was departed from Lachish.

Jer.39[3] And all the princes of the king of Babylon came in, and sat in the middle gate, even Nergal-sharezer, Samgar-nebo, Sarsechim, Rab-saris, Nergal-sharezer, Rabmag, with all the residue of the princes of the king of Babylon.

H7248 רב מג rab-mag rab-mawg'

From H7227 and a foreign word for a Magian; chief Magian; Rab-Mag, a Babylonian official: - Rab-mag.

BDB Definition:

1) soothsayer, magician, chief soothsayer

1a) Rab-mag, chief soothsayer, or chief of princes, an official of Babylonia

Part of Speech: noun masculine


[13] So Nebuzar-adan the captain of the guard sent, and Nebushasban, Rab-saris, and Nergal-sharezer, Rabmag, and all the king of Babylon's princes;

Yeshua / Jesus is your only rabbi - Master

Below are the only place in the Bible with the word rabbi

G4461 rhabbi

Of Hebrew origin [H7227] with pronominal suffix; my master, that is, Rabbi, as an official title of honor: - Master, Rabbi. - my great one, my honourable sir
G4461 rhabbi

Total KJV Occurrences: 17

master, 9

Mat_26:25 (2), Mat_26:49, Mar_9:5, Mar_11:21, Mar_14:45 (2), Joh_4:31, Joh_9:2, Joh_11:8

rabbi, 8

Mat_23:7-8 (3), Joh_1:38, Joh_1:49, Joh_3:2, Joh_3:26, Joh_6:25

[8] But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren.

John.1[38] Then Jesus turned, and saw them following, and saith unto them, What seek ye? They said unto him, Rabbi, (which is to say, being interpreted, Master,) where dwellest thou?

[49] Nathanael answered and saith unto him, Rabbi, thou art the Son of God; thou art the King of Israel.

John.3[2] The same came to Jesus by night, and said unto him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from God: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him.

[26] And they came unto John, and said unto him, Rabbi, he that was with thee beyond Jordan, to whom thou barest witness, behold, the same baptizeth, and all men come to him.

John.6[25] And when they had found him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him, Rabbi, when camest thou hither?

John.20[16] Jesus saith unto her, Mary. She turned herself, and saith unto him, Rabboni; which is to say, Master.

Matt.23[7] And greetings in the markets, and to be called of men, Rabbi, Rabbi.

G4462 rhabboni rhabbouni hrab-bon-ee', hrab-boo-nee'

Of Chaldee origin; corresponding to G4461: - Lord, Rabboni.


1) master, chief, prince, Lord in Mar_10:51

2) Rabboni is a title of honour Mary used to address Jesus

Part of Speech: noun masculine

Apostle Paul

A contemporary of Jesus, he studied under Gamaliel in Jerusalem while Jesus was still alive. He began as an apostle of the Sanhedrin and was converted probably 3 years after the crucifixion. In his own words "Gal.1[14] And profited in the Jews' religion above many my equals in mine own nation, being more exceedingly zealous of the traditions of my fathers."

These are Judaism's sages below

Hillel and Shammai

These two great scholars born a generation or two before the beginning of the Common Era are usually discussed together and contrasted with each other, because they were contemporaries and the leaders of two opposing schools of thought (known as "houses"). The Talmud records over 300 differences of opinion between Beit Hillel (the House of Hillel) and Beit Shammai (the House of Shammai). In almost every one of these disputes, Hillel's view prevailed.


Hillel was born in Babylon about 75 BC and died about 15 AD. He was a famous scribe and Rabbi and founded the School of Hillel around 20 BC. Like so many other rabbis, Hillel was in the trades, being a laborer and a woodcutter. His grandson was the famous Rabban Gamaliel who succeeded him in the school.


Gamaliel was the head of the Hillel school at the time of Jesus' ministry and presided over the Sanhedrin during the reigns of Tiberius, Caius and Claudias. The apostle Paul had studied "at the feet of Gamaliel and taught according to the perfect manner of the law of the fathers." The liberal school of Hillel taught the law with a pragmatic humane interpretation and was in contrast to the conservatism and excessive legalism of the school of Shammai. Astute Jews called him the "Beauty of the Law." A later saying was that "Since Rabban Gamaliel the elder died, there has been no more reverence for the law."


G5330 Pharisaios far-is-ah'-yos

Of Hebrew origin (compare [H6567]); a separatist, that is, exclusively religious; a Pharisaean, that is, Jewish sectary: - Pharisee.

Thayer Definition:

1) A sect that seems to have started after the Jewish exile. In addition to OT books the Pharisees recognised in the talmud, oral tradition a standard of belief and life. They sought for distinction and praise by outward observance of external rites and by outward forms of piety, and such as ceremonial washings, fastings, prayers, and alms giving; and, comparatively negligent of genuine piety, they prided themselves on their fancied good works. They held strenuously to a belief in the existence of good and evil angels, and to the expectation of a Messiah; and they cherished the hope that the dead, after a preliminary experience either of reward or of penalty in Hell, would be recalled to life by him, and be requited each according to his individual deeds. In opposition to the usurped dominion of the Herods and the rule of the Romans, they stoutly upheld the theocracy and their country’s cause, and possessed great influence with the common people. According to Josephus they numbered more than 6000. They were bitter enemies of Jesus and his cause; and were in turn severely rebuked by him for their avarice, ambition, hollow reliance on outward works, and affection of piety in order to gain popularity.

Part of Speech: noun masculine

Pharisees and Sadducees

first mentioned in Matt.3[7] But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come?



This decline in the number of knowledgeable Jews seems to have been a decisive factor in Rabbi Judah the Prince's decision around the year 200 a. d to record in writing the Oral Law.

The rabbis of Palestine edited their discussions of the Mishna about the year 400 A. D.: Their work became known as the Palestinian Talmud (in Hebrew, Talmud Yerushalmi, which literally means "Jerusalem Talmud").

500 A. D

More than a century later, some of the leading Babylonian rabbis compiled another editing of the discussions on the Mishna. By then, these deliberations had been going on some three hundred years. The Babylon edition was far more extensive than its Palestinian counterpart, so that the Babylonian Talmud (Talmud Bavli) became the most authoritative compilation of the Oral Law. When people speak of studying "the Talmud," they almost invariably mean the Bavli rather than the Yerushalmi.

The Talmud's discussions are recorded in a consistent format. A law from the Mishna is cited, which is followed by rabbinic deliberations on its meaning. The Mishna and the rabbinic discussions (known as the Gemara) comprise the Talmud, although in Jewish life the terms Gemara and Talmud usually are used interchangeably.

You see, this made up doctrine of "Chasidic" Judaism was not created until the 1700's

Baal Shem Tov (the Besht, Rabbi Israel ben Eliezer) (1700-1760 C.E.) The founder of Chasidic Judaism. Although many books of his teachings exist, the Besht himself wrote no books, perhaps because his teachings emphasized the fact that even a simple, uneducated peasant could approach G-d (a radical idea in its time, when Judaism emphasized that the way to approach G-d was through study). He emphasized prayer, the observance of commandments, and ecstatic, personal mystical experiences.

Please, just follow the Holy Scriptures, not all these made up religions and men who do not have Yeshua as the Messiah.

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