Old Testament Hebrew
probably of Egyptian origin
Parts of Speech:
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Frequency / Word [ Book | Word ]
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions
1106) ne (הנ HN) AC: Look CO: ? AB: Here: The pictograph e represents the idea of looking toward something of interest. The n is a seed representing continuation. Combined these pictures mean "a looking toward something continually".
A) ne (הנ HN) AC: ? CO: There AB: ?: A person, place or thing that is somewhere else. A desired place or outcome.
Nm) ne (הנ HN) - I. There:A possible or desired location. [df: mh hmh wmh Nwmh]II. They:A people or things over there. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: Mh hmh]III. If: A possible or desired outcome. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (110): lo, behold, if, though, or, whether, therein, whithal, which, they, them, these, those - Strongs: H581 (אֵנִּין), H1992 (הֵם), H1994 (הִמּוֹן), H2004 (הֵן), H2005 (הֵן), H2006 (הֵן), H3860 (לָהֵן), H3861 (לָהֵן)
Nf1) ene (הנה HNH) - They: A people or things over there. KJV (26): they, their, those, them - Strongs: H2007 (הֵנָּה)
H) ene (הנה HNH) AC: ? CO: Here AB: ?: To draw attention to a place or event.
Nm) ene (הנה HNH) - Here: KJV (14): hither, here, now, way, since - Strongs: H2008 (הֵנָּה)
em) enie (הינה HYNH) - Behold: A looking at what is here. KJV (17): behold, see, lo - Strongs: H2009 (הִנֵּה)
J) nfe (הונ HWN) AC: ? CO: Substance AB: ?: An abundance of something that fills what is desired.
V) nfe (הונ HWN) - Sufficient: KJV (1): (vf: Hiphil) ready - Strongs: H1951 (הוּן)
Nm) nfe (הונ HWN) - Substance: KJV (26): rich, substance, wealth, enough, nought - Strongs: H1952 (הוֹן)
M) nie (הינ HYN) AC: ? CO: Wealth AB: ?
Nm ) nie (הינ HYN) - Hiyn: A standard of measure. KJV (22): hin - Strongs: H1969 (הִין)
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
noun masculine Leviticus 19:36 hin
, a liquid measure ( (; L
); but Leviticus 19:36
; Greek , Egyptian measure, = sextarius
, accusative to Böckh Metrol. Unters. 244
compare Brandis Münz- Mass- & Gewichtswesen 29,30
; the Hebrew hin (6.06 litres) was, however, much larger than the Egyptian hin (0.456 litre), see Hultsch Metrol., Tab. xxi. p. 714, & pp. 368,450 ff.
; see further Ri HWB
EMey Geschichte. i. 228
) — absolute Exodus 30:24
4t. Ezekiel 45:46
; Exodus 29:40
(twice in verse) + 14t.; construct Leviticus 19:36
1 a measure, used of quantity of water for drinking Ezekiel 4:11; usually in connection with offerings:
a. of oil used with meal-offering Exodus 29:40; Numbers 15:4,6,9; Numbers 28:5 (all P), Ezekiel 45:24; Ezekiel 46:5,6,11,14; — usually 1/4hin to 1/10 ephah (of meal-offering); Numbers 15:6 1/3; Numbers 15:9 1/2; in Ezekiel a (whole) hin, except Ezekiel 46:14 3-Janhin to 1/6. ephah.
b. used in mixing the anointing oil Exodus 30:24.
c. of wine as drink-offering Leviticus 23:13 (H); elsewhere P, Exodus 29:40; Numbers 15:5; Numbers 28:14 (all 1/4hin) Numbers 15:7; Numbers 28:14 (both 1/3hin), Numbers 15:10; Numbers 28:14 (both 1/2hin; all with 1/10 to 3/10 ephah in case of meal-offering).
d. once ofשֵׁכָר as drink-offering Numbers 28:7 (P; 1/4hin; compare Di).
2 vessel with capacity of hin Leviticus 19:36 (H) a just hin ("" , , ). — The hin = 1/6 bath according to Joseph. Ant. iii. 8, 3; 9,4, = 6.06 litres (Hultsch l.c.), see II. . On order of words in above passages, note that ( etc.) is usually appositive of liquid measured, & either precedes it Exodus 29:40; Numbers 15:4; Numbers 28:14, or, more often, follows it Exodus 30:24 10t.; Numbers 28:7 they are in different clauses; in Exodus 29:40 we find , compare Numbers 15:6,9; Numbers 28:5; — Numbers 28:14 is peculiar: ( only at end).
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הִין m. a hin, a measure of liquids containing [“the seventh part of a Bath, i.e. twelve Roman sectarii”] 12 לֹנ, 2 Attic χόες (according to Joseph. Ant. iii. 9 § ). Numbers 15:4, sqq., 28:5, Numbers 28:7, 14 Numbers 15:14; Ezekiel 4:11. LXX. Εἴν, ἴν, ὗν. Its etymology is doubtful. It may be derived from הוּן as being a light, small measure. [This reason is rejected in Thes.] [“This corresponds to the Egyptian hn, hno, which signifies prop. vessel, and then a small measure, sectarius, Gr. ἵνιον. See Leemans, Lettre a Salvolini, p. 154. Bökh. Metrol. Untersuch. pp. 244, 260. But it is not certain that these Hebr. and Egypt. measures were of the same size.” Ges. add.]
List of Word Forms
הִ֥ין הִֽין׃ הַהִ֑ין הַהִ֔ין הַהִ֖ין הַהִ֛ין הַהִ֣ין הַהִֽין׃ הַהִין֩ ההין ההין׃ הין הין׃ וְהִ֥ין והין ha·hîn haHin hahîn Hin hîn veHin wə·hîn wəhîn
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