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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #6154 - עֶרֶב

Transliteration
‛êreb, ‛ereb
Phonetics
ay'-reb, eh'-reb
Origin
from (H6148)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
1685a,1685b
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) woof

1a) as mixed, interwoven

1b) knitted material

2) mixture, mixed people, mixed company

Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (11)
Exodus
1
Leviticus
9
Nehemiah
1
HCS ( 0 )
HCS (15)
Exodus
1
Leviticus
9
Nehemiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
1
BSB (15)
Exodus
1
Leviticus
9
Nehemiah
1
Jeremiah
3
Ezekiel
1
ESV (10)
Leviticus
9
Nehemiah
1
WEB (11)
Exodus
1
Leviticus
9
Nehemiah
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2573) bro (אהרב AhRB) AC: Mix CO: Market AB: ?: A mixture of wares as found in the market place.

V) bro (אהרב AhRB) - I. Barter:To exchange an item or service for another. [Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Mix:As mixing one thing with another. [Hebrew and Aramaic] III. Sweet:[Unknown connection to root;] KJV (34): (vf: Paal, Hitpael, Participle) surety, meddle, mingle, pledge, become, engage, intermeddle, mortgage, occupier, occupy, undertake, sweet, pleasure, pleasing, pleasant, mingle - Strongs: H6148 (עָרַב), H6149 (עָרַב), H6151 (עֲרַב)

Nm) bro (אהרב AhRB) - I. Woof:For the mixing of cords when weaving. II. Mixed: III. Sweet:[Unknown connection to root;] KJV (13): woof, mixed, sweet - Strongs: H6154 (עֶרֶב), H6156 (עָרֵב)

am) brom (מאהרב MAhRB) - I. Merchandise:What is used in bartering. II. Market:A mixture of wares for sale or trade. KJV (9): merchandise, market - Strongs: H4627 (מַעֲרָב)

cm) bfro (אהרוב AhRWB) - Swarm: As a mixture of insects. KJV (9): swarm, flies - Strongs: H6157 (עָרֹב)

df1) ebfro (אהרובה AhRWBH) - Barter: As an exchange for something else. KJV (2): pledge, surety - Strongs: H6161 (עֲרֻבָּה)

jm) nfbro (אהרבונ AhRBWN) - Token: Something given as a promise as an exchange. KJV (3): pledge - Strongs: H6162 (עֵרָבוֹן)

idf1) ebfrot (תאהרובה TAhRWBH) - Barter: What is used in bartering. KJV (2): hostage - Strongs: H8594 (תַּעֲרוּבוֹת)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

עֶרֶב

(I)

(1)  evening (m. and fem., 1 Samuel 20:5); from the root עָרַב No. II. בָּעֶרֶב Genesis 19:1, 29:23 לְעֵת עֶרֶב Genesis 8:11, 24:11 עֶרֶב (acc.) Exodus 16:6 poet. לָעֶרֶב Psalms 59:7, 15 Psalms 59:15, 90:6 Genesis 49:27, at evening. Plur. עֲרָבוֹת Jerem. 5:6. Dual. עַרְבַּיִם the two evenings; only in the phrase בֵּין הָעַרְבַּיִם between the two evenings, Exodus 16:12, 30:8 used as marking the space of time during which the paschal lamb was slain, Exodus 12:6; Leviticus 23:5; Numbers 9:3 and the evening sacrifice was offered, Exodus 29:39, 41 Exodus 29:41; Numbers 28:4 i.e. according to the opinion of the Karaites and Samaritans (which is favoured by the words of Deuteronomy 16:6), the time between sunset and deep twilight. The Pharisees, however (see Joseph. Bellum Jud. vi. 9, § 3), and the Rabbinists considered the time when the sun began to descend to be called the first evening (Arab. مُسَىُّ little evening; مُسَيًّا when it begins to draw towards evening; Gr. δείλη πρωΐα); and the second evening to be the real sunset (Gr. δείλη ὀψία). See Bochart, Hieroz., t. I. p. 559. Compare, as to the double morning, Pococke ad Carm. Tograi, p. 71; and Hebr. pr.n. שַׁחֲרַיִם.

(2) i.q. עֵרֶב No. II, foreigners, strangers; hence מַלְכֵי הָעֶרֶב foreign kings, who made alliance with the Israelites, 1 Kings 10:15 and so also elsewhere of auxiliary forces, Jeremiah 25:20, 50:37 Ezekiel 30:5.

(II) only in pl. עֲרָבִים, const. עַרְבֵי m. willow (Arab. غَرَبُ), so called from its whitish leaves, see the root No. IV. Isaiah 44:4; Job 40:22; Psalms 137:2 (where the Salix Babylonica, Linn. is to be understood, with its pendulous foliage, a symbol of grief and mourning; Germ. Jrauerweide, weeping willow). Isaiah 15:7, נַחַל הָעֲרָבִים “the brook of willows” (comp. Job 40:22) in Moab, i.e. either وادى الاحسا on the borders of the provinces of Karrak (i.e. ancient Moab) and Jebâl (i.e. Idumæa), see Burckhardt’s Travels, page 674; or else the brook זֶרֶד (which see), near the town of Karrak, where Burckhardt, loc. cit. page 643, mentions a fountain of willows, مين صفصاف.

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List of Word Forms
בְעֵ֔רֶב בָעֵ֑רֶב בָעֵ֙רֶב֙ בערב הָעֵ֔רֶב הָעֵ֗רֶב הָעֵ֜רֶב הָעֵֽרֶב׃ הָעֶ֔רֶב הָעֶ֛רֶב הָעֶ֣רֶב הערב הערב׃ עֵ֖רֶב עֵ֥רֶב ערב ‘ê·reḇ ‘êreḇ ḇā‘êreḇ ḇā·‘ê·reḇ ḇə‘êreḇ ḇə·‘ê·reḇ Erev hā‘ereḇ hā‘êreḇ hā·‘e·reḇ hā·‘ê·reḇ haErev vaErev veErev
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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