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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3039 - יָדִיד
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 Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
יָדִיד (from the root יָדַד No. II), m.
(1) beloved, a friend, Isaiah 5:1. יְדִיד יְהֹוָה beloved by the Lord, Psalms 127:2 applied to Benjamin, Deuteronomy 33:12 in pl. to the Israelites, Psalms 60:7, 108:7.
(2) pleasant, lovely, Psalms 84:2. Plur. יְדִידוֹת charms. Psalms 45:1, שִׁיר יְדִידוֹת “a pleasant song.” Others, “a song of loves,” i.e. an epithalamium. (Syr. ܝܰܕܝܺܕܐܳ beloved.)
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