Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #3119 - יוֹמָם
1) by day, in the daytime (adverb)
2) daytime (substantive)
1220) mi (ימ YM) AC: ? CO: Sea AB: Terror: The pictograph i is a picture of a hand representing work, the m is a picture of water. Combined these mean "working water". The sea or other large body of water is the place of storms and heavy surf. This parent root is closely related to me.
A) mi (ימ YM) AC: ? CO: Sea AB: ?
Nm ) mi (ימ YM) - Sea: Also the direction of the sea, the west. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (398): sea, west, westward, seafaring men - Strongs: H3220 (יָם), H3221 (יַם)
B) mmi (יממ YMM) AC: ? CO: Spring AB: ?: A spring of water in the wilderness.
Nm) mmi (יממ YMM) - Spring: KJV (1): mule - Strongs: H3222 (יֵמִם)
C) mia (אימ AYM) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Terror: The sea is considered a place of chaos and terror because the depth, storms and heavy surf.
Nf1) emia (אימה AYMH) - Terror: KJV (17): terror, fear, terrible, dread, horror, idols - Strongs: H367 (אֵמָה)
cm) mfia (איומ AYWM) - Terrible: KJV (3): terrible - Strongs: H366 (אָיֹם)
J) mfi (יומ YWM) AC: ? CO: Day AB: ?: The day ends and the new day begins when the sun sets in the west, over the Mediterranean sea.
Nm) mfi (יומ YWM) - Day: [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (2290): day, time, daily, every, year, continually, when, as, while, full, alway, whole - Strongs: H3117 (יוֹם), H3118 (יוֹם)
pm) mmfi (יוממ YWMM) - Day: KJV (51): day, daytime, daily, time - Strongs: H3119 (יוֹמָם)
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adverb daytime, by day (compare Aramaic יְמָמָא day (as opposed to night); ᵑ7יֵמָם by day; perhaps Phoenician ימם (in dates, before number), CIS I. i. 10. 1 (see note); so Nö ZDMG 1886,721: on םָ֯ see below חִנָּם) —
1. substantive daytime (rare) Jeremiah 15:9 בעוד יומם while it is yet daytime, Jeremiah 33:20 b לְבִלְתִּי הֱיוֺת יומם ולילה daytime and night, Jeremiah 33:25 ולילה׳בְּרִיתִי י (? read יוֺם as Jeremiah 33:20 a); Ezekiel 30:16 צָרֵי יוֺמָם foes of daytime, i.e. coming by day (compare Jeremiah 15:8; but text apparently defective, see ᵐ5 Sm); once (late) בְּיוֺמָם (compare ᵑ7בְּיֵמָם 1 Samuel 25:16; Job 5:14), Nehemiah 9:19 (varied from Exodus 13:21; Deuteronomy 1:33 יומם). — Numbers 9:21 the sense required is (during) a day and a night; read probably יוֺם
2. adverb in the daytime, by day, Numbers 10:34; Job 24:16 (but see חִתֵּם), Isaiah 4:6; Ezekiel 12:3,4,7; mostly with לַיְלָה, and then often in poetry = continually: so יוֺמָם וָלַיְלָה Exodus 13:21; Joshua 1:8; 1 Kings 8:59; Psalm 1:2; Psalm 32:4 +, לַיְלָה וְיוֺמָם Deuteronomy 28:66; Isaiah 34:10; Jeremiah 14:17, in parallel clauses (especially in poetry) 2 Samuel 21:10; Isaiah 21:8; Jeremiah 31:35; Psalm 22:3; Psalm 42:9; Psalm 91:5; Psalm 121:6 +. Psalm 13:3 by day yields a lame sense: either add וָלַיְלָה (ᵐ5 Del Gr Ch), or read (יוֺם יוֺם) יֹם יֹם Lag Nov.Psalt.Gr.Ed.Spec.13 Now.
I. יון (√ of following; meaning unknown).
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יוֹמָם adv. (from יוֹם and the adverbial termination ־ָם)
(1) by day. יוֹמָם וָלַיְלָה by day and by night, i.e. continually, Leviticus 8:35; Numbers 9:21. Like substantives
(a) it receives prepositions. בְּיוֹמָם Nehemiah 9:19, and
(b) it is put in the genit. צָרֵי יוֹמָם daily enemies, Ezekiel 30:16.
(2) daily, see Ezek. l.c. (Syr. ܝܺܡܳܡܳܐ a day, ܒܺܝܡܳܡܳܐ daily.)
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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