Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #06343 - פַּחַד
1) terror, dread
1b) object of dread
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
פַּחַד m. with suff. פַּחְדִּי.
(1) fear, terror, Exodus 15:16; Job 13:11. Followed by a genitive of the causer of terror (compare יִרְאָה), e.g. פַּחַד הַיְּהוּדִים fear caused by the Jews (not as some take it, into which the Jews were thrown), Esther 8:17, 9:3. פַּחַד יְהֹוָה fear which Jehovah causes, Isaiah 2:10, 19 2 Chronicles 14:13. פַּחַד אֱלֹהִים fear of God, Psalms 36:2. Meton. used of the object of fear and reverence, as פַּחַד יִצְחָק Genesis 31:42, 53 Genesis 31:53, used of Jehovah, Pl. פְּחָדִים Job 15:21.
(2) verenda, pudenda, Job 40:17. [Taken in Thes. in this place to mean, thighs.] See above on the root No. 2. See Bochart, Hieroz. ii. p. 758. Schultens on the passage. (Arab. فَخِذُ thigh.)
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