Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1803 - דַּלָּה
1) hair, threads, thrum (threads of warp hanging in loom)
2) poor (usually collective of helpless people)
3) (TWOT) poorest, lowest
1081) ld (דל DL) AC: Back and Forth CO: Door AB: ?: The pictograph d is a door. The l is a picture of staff and represents any rod. Combined these pictures mean "the door on the rod". The tent door was hung down as a curtain, covering the entrance to the tent, from a horizontal pole. The door was then moved to the side for going in and out of the tent. (eng: door - an exchange for the d and l)
A) ld (דל DL) AC: ? CO: Door AB: Poor: Any object that dangles such as a bucket that is hung from a rope down a well to retrieve water. The hair hangs from the head. A poor or weak person hangs the head in poverty.
V) lld (דלל DLL) - Brought low: To be brought down low such as the head in humility or a dried up river. KJV (9): (vf: Paal, Niphal) brought low, dried up, not equal, emptied, fail, impoverished, thin - Strongs: H1809 (דָּלַל)
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דַּלָּה f. (from דָּלַל), pr. something hanging down, slender, specially
(1) slender thread, specially the thrum by which the web is fastened to the weaver’s beam; Isaiah 38:12, מִדַּלָּה יְבַצְּעֵנִי “he has cut me off from the thrum,” an image of death, taken from a weaver who cuts off his finished work from the beam. (Ch. דְּלִיל the web).
(2) hair, locks hanging down, Song of Solomon 7:6 where the Vulg. has coma capitis.
(3) slenderness, poverty for the concr. the poor, 2 Kings 24:14, 25:12. Plur. דַּלּוֹת הָעָם Jeremiah 52:15, and ד׳ הָאָרֶץ verse 16 Jeremiah 52:16 id.
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