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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7038 - קָלַט
1) (Qal) to be stunted, be handicapped, be deformed (of a sacrificial animal lacking body parts)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
(1) to contract, to draw together, almost the same as אָסַף and קָפָא; Arab. قلص (the letters ט and צ being interchanged). Part. pass. קָלוּט a dwarf, any thing of contracted stature or size, Leviticus 22:23. (Arab. قَلَطِىُّ, قُلَاطُ a dwarf, see Kamûs, p. 965, قَلْطُ low stature, قَلِيطُ (Saad. loc. cit.) one suffering from hernia.)
(2) to receive a fugitive to oneself, i.q. Ch. קְלַט. Derivatives, מִקְלָט, and pr.n. קְלִיטָה.
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