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Can anyone help me with a futile search that I have been trying online? I am interested to find if there are any "same number" and "same meaning" correspondences between the Hebrew and Greek in Strong's Concordance (concerning Bible study).

The closest that I have found is H2442 in the Hebrew meaning to long for/(continuing)wait for while G2442 in the Greek meaning to long for (affectionately). Are there any other correspondences like this, or is there a way to search for more of them?

Thank you.

closed as off-topic by depperm, DJClayworth, Nigel J, curiousdannii, Ken Graham Feb 12 at 9:27

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it doesn't have to do with Christianity – depperm Feb 11 at 17:24
  • No offense, but the question is concerning Bible study (i.e. the Christianity book by way of it's study tools). I also think this is a relevant site to seek an answer (i.e. someone here may know of other examples of such Biblical word correspondence). – user22542 Feb 11 at 17:52
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    In the design of the concordance there was no intention to make the numbers match up, so if there are any it's a pure coincidence. That makes this just a trivia question about a specific book and nothing to do with either Christianity or Bible Study. – DJClayworth Feb 11 at 18:20
  • As you see it then. – user22542 Feb 11 at 18:47