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Malachi 4:1

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Masoretic Text 1524

H3588   כי
H2009   הנה
H3117   היום
H935   בא
H1197   בער
H8574   כתנור
H1961   והיו
H3605   כל
H2086   זדים
H3605   וכל
H6213   עשׂה
H7564   רשׁעה
H7179   קשׁ
H3857   ולהט
H853   אתם
H3117   היום
H935   הבא
H559   אמר
H3069   יהוה
H6635   צבאות
H834   אשׁר
H3808   לא
H5800   יעזב
H1992   להם
H8328   שׁרשׁ
H6057   וענף׃

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

  and
  the
H834 that
H935 cometh
  shall
H1197 burn
  them
H559 saith
  the
H3068 LORD
  of
H6635 hosts
H834 that
  it
  shall
H5800 leave
  them
H3808 neither
H8328 root
  nor
H6057 branch
H7179 stubble
  shall
H7564 wickedly
H834 that
  and
  yea
H2086 proud
  the
  and
H8574 oven
  an
  as
H1197 burn
  shall
H834 that
H935 cometh
  the
H2009 behold

Hebrew-English Dictionary

Strongs: H834
Hebrew: אֲשֶׁר
Transliteration: ʼăsher
Pronunciation: ash-er'
Bible Usage: X-(idiom) {after} X-(idiom) {alike} as (soon {as}) {because} X-(idiom) {every} {for} + {forasmuch} + from {whence} + how ({-soever}) X-(idiom) {if} (so) that ([thing] {which} {wherein}) X-(idiom) {though} + {until} + {whatsoever} {when} where (+ {-as} {-in} {-of} {-on} {-soever} {-with}) {which} {whilst} + whither ({-soever}) who ({-m} {-soever} -se). As it is {indeclinable} it is often accompanied by the personal pronoun {expletively} used to show the connection.
Definition:  

{who} which: {what} that; also (as adverb and conjunction) {when} where: {how} because: in order {that} etc.

1. (relative part.)

a. which, who

b. that which

2. (conj)

a. that (in obj clause)

b. when

c. since

d. as

e. conditional if

The Brown-Driver-Briggs
Hebrew-English Lexicon (BDB) 1906
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.