Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2878 - טִבְחָה
1) slaughtered meat, a slaughter, flesh, meat, thing slaughtered
Nm) hbu (תהבהה ThBHh) - I. Slaughter:The act of slaughtering. Also the meat of the slaughter. II. Guard:As one who prevents a slaughter of a ruler. [Hebrew and Aramaic] III. Cook:One who slaughters animals for food. KJV (45): slaughter, slay, sore, beast, guard, cook - Strongs: H2874 (טֶבַח), H2876 (טַבָּח), H2877 (טַבָּח)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
טִבְחָה f. i.q. masc. טֶבַח
(1) a slaying of cattle, slaughter-house, Psalms 44:23; Jeremiah 12:3.
(2) slain beasts, and banquets prepared from their flesh, 1 Samuel 25:11.
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