a bunch: Lev 14:6, Lev 14:7, Num 19:18, Psa 51:7, Heb 9:1, Heb 9:14, Heb 9:19, Heb 11:28, Heb 12:24, 1Pe 1:2
hyssop: The word aizov, which has been variously rendered, most probably denotes Hyssop; whence are derived the Chaldee aizova, Syriac zupha, Arabic zupha, Ethiopic azab, and hushopa, Greek υσσωπος, hussopos [Strong's G5301], Latin hyssopus, German usop, and our hyssop, a name retained, with little variation, in all the western languages. It is a plant of the gymnospermia (naked seeded) order, belonging to the didynamia class. It has bushy stalks, growing a foot and a half high; small spear-shaped, close-sitting, and opposite leaves, with several smaller ones rising from the same joint; and all the stalks and branches terminated by erect whorled spikes of flowers, of different colours in the varieties of the plant. The leaves have an aromatic smell, and a warm, pungent taste. Its detersive, cleansing, and medicinal qualities were probably the reason why it was so particularly recommended in Scripture.
strike: Exo 12:7
and none: Mat 26:30
Reciprocal: Exo 24:6 - the blood he Lev 5:9 - sprinkle Lev 14:4 - hyssop 1Ki 4:33 - the hyssop 2Ch 35:6 - So kill Neh 7:70 - basins Isa 26:20 - enter Joh 19:29 - hyssop Heb 9:18 - the first