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Strong's #5208 - נִיחֹחַ

nee-kho'-akh, nee-kho'-akh
corresponding to (H5207)
Parts of Speech
masculine noun
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Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

  1. soothing, tranquillising

Frequency Lists
Verse Results
ASV (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
BSB (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
CSB (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
ESV (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
KJV (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
LEB (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
LSB (4)
Ezra 2
Daniel 2
N95 (4)
Ezra 2
Daniel 2
NAS (3)
Ezra 2
Daniel 2
NLT (0)
The World English Bible
did not use
this Strong's Number
WEB (2)
Ezra 1
Daniel 1
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1310) kn (נכ NK) AC: Crush CO: Spice AB: ?: The pictograph n is a picture of a seed, the k is a picture of the palm of the hand. Combined these mean "seed in the palm". Seeds of certain plants were placed in the palm and rubbed with the thumb to a powdery spice.

A) kn (נכ NK) AC: Crush CO: Spice AB: ?

Nf3 ) tfkn (נכות NKWT) - Treasure: Treasured items such as spices. KJV (2): precious - Strongs: H5238 (נְכֹת)

af1) eknm (מנכה MNKH) - Crushed: A crushing by beating or plagues. [df: hkm] KJV (48): wound, slaughter, plague, beaten, stripe, stroke, blow, smote, sore wounded - Strongs: H4347 (מַכֶּה)

B) kkn (נככ NKK) AC: ? CO: Sweet AB: ?: The sweet smell of spices.

bcm) kfkin (ניכוכ NYKWK) - Sweet: Something that smells sweet. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: xwxyn xwxn] KJV (45): sweet, fruit - Strongs: H5207 (נִיחוֹחַ), H5208 (נִיחֹחַ)

C) kna (אנכ ANK) AC: ? CO: Pestle AB: ?: A mortar and pestle are also used to crush spices.

Nm) kna (אנכ ANK) - Plumbline: A stone in the shape of a pestle used for centering. KJV (4): plumbline - Strongs: H594 (אֲנָךְ)

E) akn (נכא NKA) AC: Crush CO: Spice AB: ?: The crushing of seeds for making spices.

V) akn (נכא NKA) - Crush: KJV (1): (vf: Niphal) viler - Strongs: H5217 (נָכָא)

Nm) akn (נכא NKA) - Crushed: KJV (4): broken, stricken, wounded - Strongs: H5218 (נָכָא)

cf2) tafkn (נכואת NKWAT) - Spice: KJV (2): spicery, spice - Strongs: H5219 (נְכֹאת)

H) ekn (נכה NKH) AC: Crush CO: ? AB: ?

V) ekn (נכה NKH) - Crush: KJV (500): (vf: Niphal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pual) smite, slay, kill, beat, slaughter, strike, give, wound, stripe - Strongs: H5221 (נָכָה)

Nm) ekn (נכה NKH) - Crushed: One who has been crushed or one who is lame. KJV (4): abject, lame, contrite - Strongs: H5222 (נֵכֶה), H5223 (נָכֶה)

J) kfn (נוכ NWK) AC: ? CO: Pestle AB: ?: The rounded point of the pestle used to crush seeds into spices. Also the rounded point of the ear.

im) kfnt (תנוכ TNWK) - Point: KJV (8): tip - Strongs: H8571 (תְּנוּךְ)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [נִרחוֺךְַ] noun [masculine] soothing, tranquillizing (probably Hebraism, see Biblical Hebrew id., √ נוּחַ (√ also ᵑ7 Syriac)); — plural נִיח(וֺ)חִין Ezra 6:10; Daniel 2:46i.e. soothing offerings.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

נִיחֹחַ m. prop. acquiescence (from the root נוּחַ. like the Arab. دَيْمُومَةُ from the root دَامَ, بَيْنُو ذَةُ from the root نان, De Sacy Gramm. Arab., i. p. 561), i.e. satisfaction, delight (as in Lat. acquiescere in aliqua re used for delectari. Syriac ܐܶܬܬܢܺܝܚ ܒ to be delighted with any thing, Barhebr., page 221; ܢܝ݀݀ܚܙ delight, ibid. page 38; Talmud. ניחא לך does it please thee?) Always in this phrase, רֵיהַ נִיחֹחַ an odour of satisfaction, i.e. sweet, agreeable. Genesis 8:21, וַיָּרַח יְהֹוָה אֶת־רֵיחַ הַנִּיחֹחַ “and the Lord smelled a sweet savour;” as if τὴν κνίσσην. Levit. 2:12 26:31 Numbers 15:3; Ezekiel 6:13, 20:28, 41 Ezekiel 20:41. In the Mosaic precepts concerning sacrifice, there is very frequently added, רֵיחַ נִיחֹחַ לַיהוָֹה a sweet odour to Jehovah; Leviticus 1:9, 13, 17 2:2, 3:5 6:14 Numbers 15:7, seq.; 28:8 and לְרֵיחַ נִיחֹחַ אִשֶּׁה לַיהוָֹה Numbers 28:6, 13 Numbers 28:13, 29:6, etc. Hence has sprung the Chaldee word

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List of Word Forms
וְנִ֣יחֹחִ֔ין וניחחין נִיחוֹחִ֖ין ניחוחין nî·ḥō·w·ḥîn nichoChin nîḥōwḥîn veNichoChin wə·nî·ḥō·ḥîn wənîḥōḥîn
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