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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #8534 - תַּלְתָּל
1) wavy, branchy (used of woman’s hair — figuratively)
1a) meaning uncertain
1150) lz (זל ZL) AC: Shake CO: Branch AB: ?: The pictograph z is a picture of n agricultural cutting implement. The l represents a staff. Combined these mean "cut the staff". A staff is made by cutting a branch from the tree, this green branch shakes and bends easily until it has hardened. (see isa185)
A) lz (זל ZL) AC: ? CO: Cymbal AB: ?: What is shaken easily.
kf2) tlzm (מזלת MZLT) - Cymbal: An instrument that vibrates when shaken. [df: tlum] KJV (13): cymbal - Strongs: H4700 (מְצִלְתַּיִם)
lf ) lzlz (זלזל ZLZL) - Twig: A small branch that shakes easily. [df: ltlt] KJV (2): sprigs, bushy - Strongs: H2150 (זַלְזַל), H8534 (תַּלְתָּל)
elm ) lzliz (זילזל ZYLZL) - Cymbal: An instrument that vibrates when shaken. [df: lulu] KJV (6): cymbal - Strongs: H6767 (צִלְצָל)
B) llz (זלל ZLL) AC: Shake CO: ? AB: ?
V) llz (זלל ZLL) - Shake: A shaking from fear or overeating. [df: llu] KJV (12): (vf: Paal, Niphal) flow down, vile, glutton, riotous, tingle, quiver - Strongs: H2151 (זָלַל), H6750 (צָלַל)
C) lza (אזל AZL) AC: Waver CO: ? AB: ?: An unsteady, shaking or to and fro motion.
V) lza (אזל AZL) - Waver: To go about in a shaking motion. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (13): (vf: Paal, Pual) gone, fail, gaddest about, to and fro, spent, went - Strongs: H235 (אָזַל), H236 (אֲזַל)
J) lfz (זול ZWL) AC: Shake CO: ? AB: Vile: A shaking out of something.
V) lfz (זול ZWL) - Shake: To shake out. KJV (2): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) lavish, despise - Strongs: H2107 (זוּל)
Nf1) elfz (זולה ZWLH) - Except: An exception in the sense of shaking everything out except one. KJV (16): beside, save, only, but - Strongs: H2108 (זוּלָה)
Nf3) tflfz (זולות ZWLWT) - Vile: One who shakes easily. KJV (1): vilest - Strongs: H2149 (זֻלּוּת)
M) liz (זיל ZYL) AC: Shake CO: Bell AB: ?
kf1 ) elizm (מזילה MZYLH) - Bell: KJV (1): bell - Strongs: H4698 (מְצִלָּה)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
plural as figurative of woman's locks, meaning dubious: שְׁחרוֺת כָּעורֵב׳קְוֻצּוֺתָיו ת Song of Solomon 5:11; Thes (from above v) waving palm-branches, ᵐ5 ἐλάται; Late Hebrew once, figurative, Levy NHWB iv. 649 high hills compare Jastr Dict 1674 heaps, piles; but Magnus Hohes Lied and Jacob Stud. Arab Dichter iv. 21 envelope or sheath of spadix of date-palm (with which hair often compare in Arabic poetry Jacob Ib. iii. 46 f, compare Arabic drinking vessel made of this envelope Lane); so perhaps Assyrian taltallu Dl HWB 708.
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