Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #676 - אֶצְבַּע
1) finger, toe
nf) obya (אתסבאה ATsBAh) - Finger: As used for dipping into a liquid, such as blood, and dripping drops onto something. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (35): finger, toe - Strongs: H676 (אֶצְבַּע), H677 (אֶצְבַּע)
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אֶצְבַּע f., with suff. אֶצְבָּעִי; pl. אֶצְבָּעוֹת (for צְבַע, with Aleph prosthetic).
(1) a finger, Exodus 31:18 specially the fore-finger, which is used in dipping into anything (from the root צָבַע); Leviticus 4:6 seq.; 14:16 Exodus 8:15, אֶצְבַּע אֱלֹהִים הוּא “this is the finger of God,” i.e. this is done by the power of God himself; pl. fingers for the hand, Psalms 8:4, 144:1. As a measure across the fingers, Jeremiah 52:21.
(2) followed by רַגְלַיִם, a toe, 2 Samuel 21:20. (Ch. id., Arab. أَصْبَعُ, Syr. ܨܒܰܥ, especially the fore-finger, Barhebr. p. 215, line 11.)
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