Word Summary
kabbir: great, mighty, much
Original Word: כַּבִּיר
Transliteration: kabbir
Phonetic Spelling: (kab-beer')
Part of Speech: Adjective
Short Definition: great, mighty, much
Meaning: great, mighty, much
Strong's Concordance
feeble, mighty, most, much, strong, valiant

From kabar; vast, whether in extent (figuratively, of power, mighty; of time, aged), or in number, many -- + feeble, mighty, most, much, strong, valiant.

see HEBREW kabar


H3524. kabbir

כַּבִּירadjective great, mighty, much only in poetry, and only Job, Isa1: — Isaiah 10:13 Qr (but read as Kt כְּאַבִּיר‎), 17:12; and 28:2 כבירים מים‎ (usually רַבִּים מַיִם‎), Job 8:2 פיך אמרי כביר ורוח‎ a mighty wind, 15:10 ימים מאביך כביר‎ (Ges§ 131, R 5a) = aged: of God, 34:17 צַדִּיק כַּבִּיר‎ the just mighty one, 36:5 a, vb ׳כ לֵב כֹּחַmighty in strength of understanding; 34:24 כביריםmighty men; of quantity = much, Isaiah 16:14 כַבִּיר לוֺא מִזְעָר מְעַט שְׁאָר‎, Job 31:25 ידי מצאה כביר וכי‎ had gotten much.