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Strong's #8601 - תֻּפִינִים
1) broken piece, baked pieces, pieces cooked
1a) meaning dubious
1017) pa (אפ AP) AC: ? CO: Nose AB: Anger: The pictograph a represents strength. The p is a picture of the mouth and represents any type of hole. The nostrils (holes) are for breathing.
A) pa (אפ AP) AC: ? CO: Nose AB: ?: The nostrils of man flares when he breathes heavy in passion or anger.
Nm) pa (אפ AP) - I. Nose:The nose and nostrils when written in the plural form. II. Anger:The flaring of the nostrils in anger. III. Moreover:Greater in addition to something else in the sense of passion. [Aramaic only] KJV (297): anger, wrath, face, nostrils, nose, angry, before, also, even, yet, moreover, yea, with, low, therefore, much - Strongs: H637 (אַף), H638 (אַף), H639 (אַף)
H) epa (אפה APH) AC: Bake CO: Oven AB: ?: A heat for baking. The heat of anger.
V) epa (אפה APH) - Bake: The baking of something in an oven. KJV (25): (vf: Paal, Niphal) bake, baker - Strongs: H644 (אָפָה)
am) epam (מאפה MAPH) - Baked: What is baked. KJV (1): baken - Strongs: H3989 (מַאֲפֶה)
J) pfa (אופ AWP) AC: Bake CO: Hot AB: ?: The heat of passion. The heating of foods.
ism) nipfat (תאופינ TAWPYN) - Baked: Something baked. [df: Nypt]KJV (1): baken - Strongs: H8601 (תֻּפִינִים)
M) pia (איפ AYP) AC: ? CO: ? AB: ?: [Unknown meaning;]
Nf1) epia (איפה AYPH) - Ephah: A standard of measure. KJV (40): ephah, measure - Strongs: H374 (אֶפָה)
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plural doubtful word; AV RV baken pieces (Thes from √ אפה bake); — only construct תֻּפִינֵי מִנְחַת מִּתִּים Leviticus 6:14; text probably corrupt; read תְּפֻתֶּנָּה (√ פתת), thou shalt break it into a meal-offering of pieces, Mei ZWTh vi.60f. (ᵑ6), Di on the passage.
I. תפל (√ of following; Late Hebrew תָּפַלᵑ7 אִתַּמַּל, in Midrash explanation of Deuteronomy 1:1; on 2 Samuel 22:27 תִּתַּמָּ֑ל see מָּתַל; Late Hebrew תָּפֵל unsalted, of fish, תִּפְלָה = Biblical Hebrew; Arabic is spit, spittle).
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תֻּפִינִים m. pl. cookings, pieces cooked, from the root אָפָה وفى to cook, of the form תּוּגָה, תּוּשִׁיָּה, with נ formative, like קָצִין from קָצָה. It occurs once in a very difficult passage, Leviticus 6:14, of a cake for sacrifice, “thou shalt offer it fried תֻּפִינֵי מִנְחַת פִּתִּים as cookings of meat offerings in pieces,” i.e. cooked in the manner of a meat offering in pieces (compare Leviticus 2:4, 7:9 ), from the vulgar idiom of the language; as to which, see Lehrg. p. 810.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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