Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5953 - עָלַל
1) to act severely, deal with severely, make a fool of someone
1a) (Poel) to act severely
1b) (Poal) to be severely dealt with
1c) (Hithpael) to busy oneself, divert oneself, deal wantonly, deal
1d) (Hithpoel) to practise practices, thrust forth (in wickedness)
2) (Poel) to glean
3) (Poel) to act or play the child
4) (Poel) to insert, thrust, thrust in, thrust upon ruthlessly, abuse (by thrusting through)
1357) lo (אהל AhL) AC: Work CO: Yoke AB: ?: The pictograph o is a picture of they eye representing knowledge and experience, the l is a picture of a shepherd staff or yoke. Combined these mean "experience the staff". The yoke, a staff is lifted over the shoulder, is attached to the oxen for performing work. (eng: collar - with the exchange of the sound of the ayin with the c and the additional r)
Nm ) lo (אהל AhL) - I. Above:[df: lwe]II. Upon:[Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (152): above, high, upon, in, on, over, by, for, both, beyond, through, throughout, against, beside, forth, off, from - Strongs: H5920 (עַל), H5921 (עַל), H5922 (עַל)
if1) elot (תאהלה TAhLH) - Trench: A watercourse that rises in elevation to bring down water from a higher source. KJV (11): conduit, trench, watercourse, healing, cured, river - Strongs: H8585 (תְּעָלָה)
V) llo (אהלל AhLL) - Work: To perform a work. To work over another as a mocking or abuse. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (23): (vf: Hitpael, Hophal) glean, done, abuse, mock, affect, children, do, defiled, practice, wrought, bring, come, went - Strongs: H5953 (עָלַל), H5954 (עֲלַל)
H) elo (אהלה AhLH) AC: Lift CO: ? AB: ?: The lifting of the yoke onto the shoulder. One taken into exile is placed in the yoke for transport and the yoke of bondage. It was a common practice to strip the clothes off of those taken into exile.
V) elo (אהלה AhLH) - I. Rise:To go, come or bring oneself or something up. [Hebrew and Aramaic; A generic verb with a wide application meaning to lift up] [df: hlg]II. Uncover:As a lifting off of the cover. To be exposed from the removal of clothing. Also to reveal something by exposing it. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: hlg alg]KJV (1087): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Hophal, Pual, Piel) up, offer, come, bring, ascend, go, chew, offering, light, increase, burn, depart, put, spring, raise, break, exalt, uncover, discover, captive, carry away, reveal, open, captivity, show, remove, appear, brought, carry - Strongs: H1540 (גָּלָה), H1541 (גְּלָא), H5924 (עֵלָּא), H5927 (עָלָה)
ff1) eilo (אהליה AhLYH) - Loft: A room on top of the house used during hot days of summer. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (21): chamber, parlour, up, ascent, loft, chamber - Strongs: H5944 (עֲלִיָּה), H5952 (עִלִּי)
Nf1 ) elfo (אהולה AhWLH) - I. Rising:A rising of smoke from a burnt offering. II. Captivity:In the sense of lifting a yoke on the shoulder. [df: hlwghlg] KJV (331): burn offering, ascent, go up, captivity, carry, captive, remove - Strongs: H1473 (גֹּלָה), H5930 (עוֹלָה)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
עָלַל i.q. Arab. عَلَّ pr. to drink again, after a former draught (for which they use the verb ذهل), in order to quench thirst fully. Conj. II. to drink again and again, to drink deep. But this primary notion is variously applied, for instance, to a second blow, by which one already wounded is killed; to an after-milking, by which the milk is altogether drawn away; to a gleaning, and going over boughs, so as to collect all that may be left from the former harvest, etc., see Jauhari and Firuzabadi, in Alb. Schult. Origg. Hebr. i. c. 6, who treats on this root at considerable length. In Hebrew it is
(1) to glean, to make a gleaning, like عَلَّ Conj. II.; see Po. No. 1, and עֹלֵלוֹת.
(2) to quench thirst, figuratively applied to gratifying lust (see Hithpa. Judges 19:25 ); more often to gratify one’s desire (den Muth kühlen) in vexing any one, petulantly making sport of him, hence to be petulant (muthwillig fehn), עוֹלֵל, מְעוֹלֵל, עוֹלָל a petulant (boy), abstr. תַּעֲלוּל.
(3) to perform (a work), to accomplish (etwas vollbringen, vollführen), see עֲלִיל, hence to do a deed, see Po. No. 3, and the nouns עֲלִילָה, מַעֲלָל.
(1) to glean, Leviticus 19:10 followed by an acc. of the field, Deuteronomy 24:21. Figuratively applied to a people utterly destroyed, Jeremiah 6:9.
(2) to be petulant. Part. מְעוֹלֵל a petulant (boy), Isaiah 3:12, i.q. עוֹלֵל, עוֹלָל which see.
(3) to vex, to illtreat any one, followed by לְ of pers. Lamentations 1:22, 2:20, לְמִי עוֹלַלְתָּ כֹּה “whom hast thou thus vexed?” Lamentations 3:51, עֵינִי עוֹלְלָה לְנַפְשִׁי “my eye vexes me,” i.e. pains me (from weeping). Pass. Lamentations 1:12, “like unto my sorrow אֲשֶׁר עוֹלַל לִי which has been brought upon me.” Job 16:15, עוֹלַלְתִּי בֶעָפָר קַרְנִי “I have ill-treated my head in the dust,” i.e. I have made it dirty, altogether covered with dust.
(1) pr. to satisfy thirst, used of lust, followed by בְּ on any one, Judges 19:25 to satisfy the mind in vexing any one, and making sport of him (well rendered by the LXX. ἐμπαίζω, Vulg. illudo), 1 Samuel 31:4; 1 Chronicles 10:4; Numbers 22:29; Jeremiah 38:19.
(2) to put forth all one’s power, to expend it in destroying any one, followed by בְּ Exodus 10:2; 1 Samuel 6:6.
Hithpoel, to complete, to do a deed, Psalms 141:4.
Derived nouns, עוֹלֵל, עוֹלָל, עֹלֵלוֹת, עֲלִיל, עֲלִילָה, עֲלִילִיָּה, מַעֲלָל, תַּעֲלוּל, Chald. עִלָּה.
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