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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1731 - דּוּד
1073) dd (דד DD) AC: Move CO: Breasts AB: Passion: The pictograph d is a picture of the a tent door which hangs down from the top of the tent entrance. The use of this letter twice indicates "two danglers" representing a womans breasts. The part of the female body invoking heat of passion and love. (eng: udder; dad - as beloved; teat - a double exchange for a t and d)
Nm) dfd (דוד DWD) - I. Pot:Pot A pot used for boiling liquids. II. Beloved:One who is loved. Also the uncle as one who is loved by the nephew. KJV (68): beloved, uncle, love, wellbeloved,. basket, pot, kettle, caldron - Strongs: H1730 (דֹּד), H1731 (דּוּד)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
דּוּד an unused root. i.q. זוּד, זִיד pr. to boil up as water, hence generally
(1) to be troubled, disturbed. Syr. Pa. ܕܰܘܶܕ to disturb, to agitate. Hence דּוּד a pot, Syr. ܕܘܽܕܳܐ a kettle.
(2) to love, i.q. יָדַד, وَدَّ. Hence דּוֹד love, דּוּדָאִים, and the pr.n. דָּוִד, אֶלְדָּד (“whom God loves”), דּוֹדוֹ, דּוֹדַי.
the Week of Proper 24 / Ordinary 29