Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2113 - זְוָעָה
1) a horror, an object of terror, a trembling, an object of trembling
1154) oz (זאה ZAh) AC: Tremble CO: Sweat AB: ?: The pictograph z is a picture of an agricultural cutting implement such as the mattock or hoe and associated with weapons. The o is a picture of the eye and meaning experience or knowledge. Combined these mean "weapon seen". Fear or an enemy.
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זְוָעָה f. (from זוּעַ with the Vav moveable.).
(1) agitation, trouble, Jeremiah 15:4, נְתַתִּים לִזְוָעָה לְכֹל מַמְלְכוֹת הָאָרֶץ “I will deliver them for trouble to all kingdoms of the earth;” 24:9 29:18 34:17 2 Chronicles 29:8. The קרי every where [in these passages] has the form זַעֲוָה, as being of more easy utterance (which see).
(2) terror, Isaiah 28:19.
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