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Old Testament Hebrew

Entry for Strong's #6832 - צָפִיעַ

Transliteration:
tsephûa‛
Phonetics:
tsef-oo'-ah  
Word Origin:
from the same as (06848)
Parts of Speech:
Noun Masculine
TWOT:
1955a
Word Definition  [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs' | Strong's ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition
  1. dung (of cattle), manure, cattle dung
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2684) opy (תספאה TsPAh) AC: Issue CO: Serpent AB: ?: The tongue of the viper that issues out of its mouth. The issuing or coming out of something. [from: ps]

Nm ) opy (תספאה TsPAh) - Tsepha: An unknown venomous snake. From its tongue that issues out of the mouth. [df: ynepu] KJV (5): cockatrice - Strongs: H6848 (צִפְעֹנִי)

bf1 ) eoipy (תספיאהה TsPYAhH) - Descendents: What comes out of the father. KJV (1): issue - Strongs: H6849 (צְפִיעָה)

dm) ofpy (תספואה TsPWAh) - Dung: The dung of cattle as a coming out. KJV (2): dung - Strongs: H6832 (צָפִיעַ)

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