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Strong's #3908 - לַחַשׁ

Transliteration
lachash
Phonetics
lakh'-ash
Origin
from (H3907)
Parts of Speech
masculine noun
TWOT
1107a
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

  1. whispering, charming
    1. serpent-charming
    2. charms, amulets (worn by women)
    3. whisper (of prayer)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 202 ‑ ἀκροατής (ak‑ro‑at‑ace');  5587 ‑ ψιθυρισμός (psith‑oo‑ris‑mos');  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
ASV (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
BSB (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
CSB (4)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
ESV (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
KJV (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
LEB (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
LSB (6)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 4
Jeremiah 1
N95 (6)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 4
Jeremiah 1
NAS (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 4
Jeremiah 1
NLT (0)
The World English Bible
did not use
this Strong's Number
WEB (5)
Ecclesiastes 1
Isaiah 3
Jeremiah 1
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2308) shl (לההסה LHhSh) AC: Whisper CO: Whisper AB: ?: [from: sh- quiet]

V) shl (לההסה LHhSh) - Whisper: KJV (3): (vf: Hitpael, Piel, Participle) whisper, charmer - Strongs: H3907 (לָחַשׁ)

Nm) shl (לההסה LHhSh) - Whisper: KJV (5): enchantment, orator, earring, prayer, charmed - Strongs: H3908 (לַחַשׁ)

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2024
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 לַ֫חַשׁ noun [masculine] a whispering, charming; — ׳ל Isaiah 26:16; לָ֑חַשׁ Ecclesiastes 10:11; Isaiah 3:3; Jeremiah 8:17; plural לְחָשִׁים Isaiah 3:20. —

1 serpent-charming Ecclesiastes 10:11; נְבוֺן לָ֑חַשׁ Isaiah 3:3 (probably more General).

2 charms, amulets, worn by women, Isaiah 3:20.

3 whisper of prayer, צָקוּן לַחַשׁ Isaiah 26:16 they pour forth a whisper of prayer (but Koppe Bö Gr Di Du read צְקוֺן לַחַשׁ 'Zauberzwang,' compulsion of (by) magic).


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

לַחַשׁ m.

(1) pr. a whispering, i.e. prayers uttered in a low voice, Isaiah 26:16.

(2) incantation, magic, Isaiah 3:3 [“specially charming serpents;”] Jeremiah 8:17; Ecclesiastes 10:11. Compare אִמִּים.

(3) pl. לְחָשִׁים Isaiah 3:20, amulets, or superstitious ornaments, commonly gems and precious stones, or plates of gold and silver, on which magical formulæ were inscribed, such as women in the East were accustomed to hang round their necks, or put into their ears; according to Kimchi and Luther, earrings, (compare Genesis 35:4, and see the versions of that passage, and Syr. ܘܕܳܫܐܳ). Prop. charms against enchantment; nor ought it be deemed strange that the same word should both denote this and also enchantment itself (comp. رقية enchantment, also an amulet), since it was by the same thing, namely a magical song, that they both enchanted and sought to avert the effects of enchantment. See further in Comment. on this place.


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List of Word Forms
וְהַלְּחָשִֽׁים׃ והלחשים׃ לַ֔חַשׁ לָ֑חַשׁ לָֽחַשׁ׃ לחש לחש׃ la·ḥaš lā·ḥaš Lachash laḥaš lāḥaš vehallechaShim wə·hal·lə·ḥā·šîm wəhalləḥāšîm
 
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