Word Summary
mora: a fear, terror
Original Word: מוֹרָא
Transliteration: mora
Phonetic Spelling: (mo-raw')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a fear, terror
Meaning: fear, a fearful thing, deed
Strong's Concordance
dread, that ought to be feared, terribleness, terror

Or morat {mo-raw'}; or morah (Psa. 9:20) {mo-raw'}; from yare'; fear; by implication, a fearful thing or deed -- dread, (that ought to be) fear(-ed), terribleness, terror.

see HEBREW yare'


H4172. mora

מוֺרָאnoun masculineDeuteronomy 4:34 fear, ׳מMalachi 2:5 3t.; מֹרָאDeuteronomy 26:8; suffixes מוֺרָאִיMalachi 1:6; מוֺרָאוֺIsaiah 8:12; מוֺרַאֲכֶם8:13 2t.; plural מוֺרָאִיםDeuteronomy 4:34; —

1 fear, terror, "" חַתGenesis 9:2 (P); "" מַּחַדDeuteronomy 11:25.

2 reverence: מוֺרָאִי אַיֵּהwhere is the reverence due to me Malachi 1:6.

3 object of reverence, especially God Isaiah 8:12-13, Psalm 76:12; "" בְּרִיתMalachi 2:5.

4 awe-inspiring spectacle or deed ׳(ה)מ (ה)גּדול(יםׅDeuteronomy 4:34; 26:8; 34:12; Jeremiah 32:21.

מוֺרָהnoun [masculine] לָהֶם מוֺרָה שִׁיתָה‎ Psalm 9:21, probably appoint (Hosea 6:11) terror (i.e. some awe-inspiring exhibition of power) for them Thes SS RV Ew De Hu Pe Che after Masora, ᵑ7‎ Aq Jerome (מוֺרָה‎ a variation of or probably error for מוֺרָא‎); possibly set them a teacher, master Bae after מוֺרֶה ᵑ6 ᵑ9 ᵐ5‎, νομοθέτην; neither altogether satisfactory.