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Strong's #3688 - כָּסַל

Transliteration
kâçal
Phonetics
kaw-sal'
Root Word (Etymology)
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
verb
TWOT
1011
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כֶּסֶל
Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) (Qal) to be foolish, be stupid

Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (1)
Jeremiah 1
NAS (1)
Jeremiah 1
HCS (1)
Jeremiah 1
BSB (1)
Jeremiah 1
ESV (2)
Job 1
Jeremiah 1
WEB (1)
Jeremiah 1
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2275) lxk (כסל KSL) AC: ? CO: Loins AB: Confidence: The loins as the seat of ones confidence, foolish or proper.

V) lxk (כסל KSL) - Foolish: To be foolishly confident in something. [df: lko] KJV (9): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Piel) foolish, fool - Strongs: H3688 (כָּסַל), H5528 (סָכַל)

Nm ) lxk (כסל KSL) - I. Loins:The seat of confidence. II. Confidence:In a foolish or proper manner. III. Fool:[df: lko] KJV (21): flank, hope, folly, loins, confidence - Strongs: H3689 (כֶּסֶל), H5529 (סֶכֶל), H5530 (סָכָל)

bm ) lixk (כסיל KSYL) - Fool: One who has confidence in something foolish. KJV (70): fool, foolish - Strongs: H3684 (כְּסִיל)

bf3) tflixk (כסילות KSYLWT) - Foolish: A foolish confidence. KJV (1): foolish - Strongs: H3687 (כְּסִילוּת)

ef1) elxik (כיסלה KYSLH) - Confidence: In a foolish or proper manner. KJV (2): confidence, folly - Strongs: H3690 (כִּסְלָה)

ef3) tflkix (סיכלות SYKLWT) - Folly: [df: twlkS] |kjv: folly, foolishness - Strongs: H5531 (שִׂכְלוּת)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [כָסַל] verb be or become stupid (Late Hebrew Aramaic in derivatives; Arabic be sluggish, so North Syriac in derivatives; original meaning possibly thick, plump, fat; hence in good sense: כְּסָלִים loins, כֶּסֶל, כִּסְלָה confidence; in bad sense: כֶּסֶל, כִּסְלָה, כְּסִילוּת stupidity, folly, כְּסִיל stupid fellow) —

Qal Imperfect יִכְסָ֑לוּ they become stupid Jeremiah 10:8 ("" יִבְעֲרוּ they become brutish).


Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon, Unabridged, Electronic Database.All rights reserved. Used by permission. BibleSoft.com
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

כָּסַל a root scarcely ever used as a verb, from which derived nouns are formed of various significations. The primary meaning appears to be

(1) to be fleshy, to be fat, whence כֶּסֶל loin, flank. This as a word of middle signification

(2) is applied in a good sense to strength (comp. שָׁמַן), firmness, boldness, whence כֶּסֶל, כִּסְלָה confidence; and

(3) in a bad sense to languor and inertness (Arab. كَسِلَ to be languid, inert); also applied to that which is nearly allied to these, folly (compare נָבַל, נָבָל, נְבָלָה, and on the contrary compare words signifying strength applied to virtue, as חַיִל). So once as a verb fut. A., Jeremiah 10:8 (compare the transposed verb סָכַל); also in the derivatives כְּסִיל a fool, foolish, כְּסִילוּת, כֶּסֶל folly.


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List of Word Forms
וְיִכְסָ֑לוּ ויכסלו veyichSalu wə·yiḵ·sā·lū wəyiḵsālū
 
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