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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical DictionaryHebrew Lexicon

Strong's #7483 - רַעְמָה

Root Word (Etymology)
from (H7482)
Parts of Speech
Noun Feminine
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1) vibration, quivering, waving, mane (of horse)

1a) meaning uncertain

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KJV (1)
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NAS (1)
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HCS (1)
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BSB (1)
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ESV (1)
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WEB (1)
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Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2780) mor (ראהמ RAhM) AC: Roar CO: Thunder AB: ?: [from: cr- shaking]

V) mor (ראהמ RAhM) - R (vf: Paal, Hiphil) |kjv: thunder, roar, trouble, fret - Strongs: H7481 (רָעַם)

Nm ) mor (ראהמ RAhM) - Thunder: KJV (6): thunder - Strongs: H7482 (רַעַם)

Nf1) emor (ראהמה RAhMH) - Thunder: KJV (1): thunder - Strongs: H7483 (רַעְמָה)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 I. רַעְמָה (Gi Intr. 127f.) noun feminine vibration? quivering mane? of horse's neck: Job 39:19 hast thou clothed his neck ( with) ׳ר? so most, but very uncertain.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

רַעְמָה f.

(1)  trembling, poet. for the mane of a horse, which in horses of a nobler breed appears to tremble from the fatness of the neck; Job 39:19, הֲתַלְבִּישׁ צַוָּארוֹ רַעְמָה “hast thou clothed his neck with trembling?” i.e. with a trembling, quivering mane; compare Gr. φόβη mane, from φόβος. The interpretations of others are given and discussed by Bochart, Hieroz. i. p. 118, seqq. and Alb. Schult. ad h. l.

(2)  Genesis 10:7; Ezekiel 27:22 [Raamah], pr.n. of a city of the Cushites, i.e. of Ethiopic origin. LXX. in Gen. renders it Ῥέγμα, i.e. a town on the Persian Gulf, mentioned by Ptolemy and Steph. Byzant. See Bochart, Phaleg. iv. 5; Michaëlis Spicileg. i. 193.

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List of Word Forms
רַעְמָֽה׃ רעמה׃ ra‘·māh ra‘māh raMah
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