And the king
melek  (meh'-lek)
a king -- king, royal.
of Assyria
'Ashshuwr  (ash-shoor')
Ashshur, the second son of Shem; also his descendants and the country occupied by them (i.e. Assyria), its region and its empire
shalach  (shaw-lakh')
to send away, for, or out (in a great variety of applications)
Rabshaqeh  (rab-shaw-kay')
chief butler; Rabshakeh, a Bab. official -- Rabshakeh.
from Lachish
Lachiysh  (law-keesh')
Lakish, a place in Palestine -- Lachish.
to Jerusalem
Yruwshalaim  (yer-oo-shaw-lah'-im)
founded peaceful; Jerushalaim or Jerushalem, the capital city of Palestine -- Jerusalem.
unto king
melek  (meh'-lek)
a king -- king, royal.
Chizqiyah  (khiz-kee-yaw')
strengthened of Jah; Chizkijah, a king of Judah, also the name of two other Israelites -- Hezekiah, Hizkiah, Hizkijah.
with a great
kabed  (kaw-bade')
heavy; figuratively in a good sense (numerous) or in a bad sense (severe, difficult, stupid) -- (so) great, grievous, hard(-ened), (too) heavy(-ier), laden, much, slow, sore, thick.
cheyl  (khale)
an army; also (by analogy,) an intrenchment -- army, bulwark, host, poor, rampart, trench, wall.
And he stood
`amad  (aw-mad')
to stand, in various relations (literal and figurative, intransitive and transitive)
by the conduit
t`alah  (teh-aw-law')
a channel (into which water is raised for irrigation); also a bandage or plaster (as placed upon a wound) -- conduit, cured, healing, little river, trench, watercourse.
of the upper
'elyown  (el-yone')
an elevation, i.e. (adj.) lofty (compar.); as title, the Supreme -- (Most, on) high(-er, -est), upper(-most).
brekah  (ber-ay-kaw')
a reservoir (at which camels kneel as a resting-place) -- (fish-)pool.
in the highway
mcillah  (mes-il-law')
a thoroughfare (as turnpiked), literally or figuratively; specifically a viaduct, a staircase -- causeway, course, highway, path, terrace.
of the fuller's
kabac  (kaw-bas')
to trample; hence, to wash (properly, by stamping with the feet), whether literal (including the fulling process) or figurative -- fuller, wash(-ing).
sadeh  (saw-deh')
from an unused root meaning to spread out; a field (as flat) -- country, field, ground, land, soil, wild.