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Strong's #7293 - רַהַב

Transliteration
rahab
Phonetics
rah'-hab
Origin
from (H7292), bluster(-er)
Parts of Speech
masculine noun
TWOT
2125c
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

  1. pride, blusterer
    1. storm, arrogance (but only as names)
      1. mythical sea monster
      2. emblematic name of Egypt

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2785 ‑ κῆτος (kay'‑tos);  4350 ‑ προσκόπτω (pros‑kop'‑to);  5244 ‑ ὑπερήφανος (hoop‑er‑ay'‑fan‑os);  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
ASV (3)
Job 2
Isaiah 1
BSB (2)
Psalms 1
Isaiah 1
CSB (0)
The Christian Standard Bible®
did not use
this Strong's Number
ESV (3)
Job 2
Isaiah 1
KJV (3)
Job 2
Isaiah 1
LEB (3)
Job 2
Isaiah 1
LSB (4)
Job 2
Psalms 1
Isaiah 1
N95 (3)
Job 2
Isaiah 1
NAS (4)
Job 2
Psalms 1
Isaiah 1
NLT (0)
The World English Bible
did not use
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WEB (3)
Job 2
Isaiah 1
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 רַ֫הַב noun [masculine] literally storm, arrogance, but only as names, v, infr; — absolute ׳ר Isaiah 30:7, רָ֑הַב Job 9:13 +; —

1 mythical sea monster (compare Barton JAOS xiv.1 (1891), 22f.): ׳עֹזְרֵי ר Job 9:13; "" יָם Job 26:12; Psalm 89:11; "" תַּנִּין Isaiah 51:9.

2 emblematic name of Egypt, רַהַב וּבָבֶל Psalm 87:4; "" מצרים Isaiah 30:7.


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

רַהַב m.

(1)  fierceness, insolence, pride. Job 9:13, עֹזְרֵי רַהַב “proud helpers;” used figuratively of the sea, Job 26:12.

(2) [Rahab], a poetical name of Egypt (probably of Egyptian origin, but accommodated to the Hebrew language; however, no one has yet shewn a probable etymology in the Coptic language; see Jablonskii Opuscc. ed. te Water, i. 228), Isaiah 51:9; Psalms 87:4, 89:11. Isaiah 30:7, allusion is made to the Hebrew etymology in these words, רַהַב הֵם שֶׁבֶת “insolence, (i.e. the insolent) they sit still,” i.e. boasting and grandiloquent, they are altogether inactive; no doubt a proverbial expression.


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List of Word Forms
רַ֥הַב רָֽהַב׃ רהב רהב׃ ra·haḇ rā·haḇ rahaḇ rāhaḇ Rahav
 
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