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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2885 - טַבַּעַת
1) ring, signet, signet ring
1a) signet ring (as symbol of authority)
1b) ring (as ornament)
2229) obu (תהבאה ThBAh) AC: Sink CO: ? AB: ?
V) obu (תהבאה ThBAh) - Sink: KJV (10): (vf: Paal, Hophal, Pual) sink, drown, settle, fasten - Strongs: H2883 (טָבַע)
Nf2) tobu (תהבאהת ThBAhT) - Ring: [Unknown connection to root;] KJV (49): ring - Strongs: H2885 (טַבַּעַת)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 signet-ring, of king, taken from his hand and given as token of authority Genesis 41:42 (E), Esther 3:10; Esther 8:2; used in sealing official missives Esther 3:12; Esther 8:8 (twice in verse); Esther 8:10 (verb חָתַם).
2 ring, as ornament Isaiah 3:21; as gift for sacred purposed Exodus 35:22; Numbers 31:50 (both P).
3 most often (only in Exodus) of rings for staves of ark, for curtains, for ephod, and other sacred furniture Exodus 25:12 (3t. in verse) + 35t. in Exodus (all P).
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טַבַּעַת plur. טַבָּעוֹת constr. טַבְּעוֹת f.
(1) a seal, a seal-ring, Genesis 41:42; Esther 3:10 see the root טָבַע No. 1.
(2) a ring of any sort, although without a seal, e.g. the rings with which the curtains of the holy tabernacle were joined together, Exodus 35:22, seq.; 37:3, seq.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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