Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #08549 - תָּמִים
1) complete, whole, entire, sound
1a) complete, whole, entire
1b) whole, sound, healthful
1c) complete, entire (of time)
1d) sound, wholesome, unimpaired, innocent, having integrity
1e) what is complete or entirely in accord with truth and fact (neuter adjective/substantive)
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תָּמִים m. תְּמִימָה f. adj. (from the root תָּמַם)
(1) perfect, complete, Psalms 19:8; Job 36:4, 37:16.
(2) whole, entire, Leviticus 3:9, 25:30 Joshua 10:13.
(3) perfect, whole, sound
(a) free from blemishes, used of victims, Exodus 12:5; Leviticus 1:3.
(b) safe, secure, used of men, Proverbs 1:12.
(c) whole, upright in conduct, blameless, Genesis 6:9, 17:1. תְּמִימֵי־דֶרֶךְ the upright of life (in the way), Psalms 119:1. תָּמִים עִם אֵל upright towards God, i.e. altogether given to God, Deuteronomy 18:13; Psalms 18:24 (2 Samuel 22:24, followed by לְ). Compare שָׁלֵם No. 3. Neutr. subst, integrity, Joshua 24:14; Judges 9:16, 19 Judges 9:19. So too הָלַךְ בְּתָמִים Psalms 84:12, and הָלַךְ תָּמִים Psalms 15:2, to walk (live) uprightly. 1 Samuel 14:41, הָבָה תָמִים “give the truth!”
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