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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5052 - נֹגַהּ
Nogah = “brightness”
1) one of the 13 sons of David born to him in Jerusalem
נֹגַהּ f. (Habakkuk 3:4)
(1) shining splendour, as of fire, Isaiah 4:5 of the sun, 2 Samuel 23:4 when rising, Proverbs 4:18 of the moon, Isaiah 60:19 of a sword, Habakkuk 3:11 of the glory surrounding God (כְּבוֹד יְהֹוָה), Ezekiel 10:4; Habakkuk 3:4; Psalms 18:13.
(2) [Nogah], pr.n of a son of David, 1 Chronicles 3:7, 14:6.
נֹגַהּ emphat, נָגְהָא Ch. light. Daniel 6:20, בְּנָגְהָא by candle light. [In Thes. the meaning given is morning light, which is a preferable sense. Syriac ܢܳܓܗܳܐ, ܢܳܓܰܗ etc., the first dawn of the morning.]
the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26