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Strong's #5914 - עֶכֶס

Transliteration
ʻekeç
Phonetics
eh'-kes
Origin
from (H5913)
Parts of Speech
masculine noun
TWOT
1620a
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

  1. anklet, bangle

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2441 ‑ ἱματισμός (him‑at‑is‑mos');  2965 ‑ κύων (koo'‑ohn);  
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KJV (2)
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N95 (2)
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NAS (5)
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Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2540) xko (אהכס AhKS) AC: Rattle CO: Anklet AB: ?: An anklet with bells that rattle when shaken. [from: ko- from rattles on the ankle]

V) xko (אהכס AhKS) - Rattle: KJV (1): (vf: Piel) tinkle - Strongs: H5913 (עָכַס)

Nm) xko (אהכס AhKS) - Anklet: KJV (2): stocks, ornament - Strongs: H5914 (עֶכֶס)

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2024
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [עֶ֫כֶס] noun [masculine] anklet, bangle; — plural absolute הָעֲכֶסִים Isaiah 3:18 bangles, anklets (as ornaments); for singular absolute ׳ע Proverbs 7:22 read עֵגֶל Toy.


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

עֶכֶס m. an anklet (see the root)

(a) a fetter for a criminal. Proverbs 7:22, “he (the young man) follows her (the adulteress) as an ox to the slaughter-house; וּכְעֶכֶס אֶל־מוּסַר אֱוִיל and as the wicked man (i.e. criminal) (goes or is conveyed) in fetters to punishment.” Some recent writers have incorrectly denied that כְּעֶכֶס can be rendered as in fetters, although it is not necessary to assume the ellipsis of the particle כְּ; see Hebr. Gramm. § 116, note; and see especially the examples in which the noun, after כְּ, must be regarded as in the accusative, and designates state or condition in which any one is: כַּחֲלוֹם as in a dream, Isaiah 29:7 כְּמוֹ לְבוּשׁ as in a splendid garment, Job 38:14. Or in this passage עֶכֶס may be for אִישׁ עֶכֶס “as one bound in fetters (is conveyed) to the punishment of the fool;” i.e. of folly or crime; Germ. wie ein armer Sünder zer Strafe der Thorheit.

(b) as an ornament of women loving display, periscelis, περισφύριον. Plur. עֲכָסִים. Isaiah 3:18. Compare עִכֵּס.


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List of Word Forms
הָעֲכָסִ֛ים העכסים וּ֝כְעֶ֗כֶס וכעכס hā‘ăḵāsîm hā·‘ă·ḵā·sîm haachaSim ū·ḵə·‘e·ḵes ucheEches ūḵə‘eḵes
 
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