Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5116 - נָוָה
1) abode, habitation, abode of shepherds or flocks, pasture (noun masculine)
1a) abode (of sheep)
1b) abode (of shepherds)
2) dwelling, abiding (adjective)
Nm) efn (נוה NWH) - Abode: The dwelling place of man (home) , god (mountain) or animal (pasture or stable) . KJV (36): habitation, fold, dwelling, sheepcote, comely, stable, pleasant, tarried - Strongs: H5116 (נָוָה)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
נָוָה i.q. נָאָה
(1) to sit down, to rest; Habakkuk 2:5, גֶּבֶר יָהִיר וְלֹא יִנְוֶה “he is a proud man and does not rest,” but seeks disturbances and wars. Also to dwell; see נָוֶה, נָוָה.
(2) to be decorous, becoming (how this idea is connected with that of sitting down has been shown above under the root נָאָה Pilel).
Hiphil, to adorn (with praises), to celebrate; Exodus 15:2, אַנְוֵהוּ LXX. δοξάσω αὐρόν. Vulg. glorificabo eum. Hence
the Second Week after Easter