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Strong's #863 - אִיתַי

Transliteration
ʼIttay
Phonetics
it-tah'ee, ee-thah'ee
Root Word (Etymology)
from (H854)
Parts of Speech
proper masculine noun
TWOT
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

Ittai or Ithai = “with me”

1) a Gittite commander from Gath in David’s army

2) one of David’s 30 mighty warriors, a Benjamite

Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (9)
2 Samuel 8
1 Chronicles 1
HCS (0)
HCS (9)
2 Samuel 8
1 Chronicles 1
BSB (9)
2 Samuel 8
1 Chronicles 1
ESV (9)
2 Samuel 8
1 Chronicles 1
WEB (9)
2 Samuel 8
1 Chronicles 1
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 אִתַּי proper name, masculine (perhaps from אֵת with = companionable) —

1 one of David's captains, a native of Gath 2 Samuel 15:19,21,22 (twice in verse); 2 Samuel 18:2,5,12.

2 one of David's 30 mighty men, a Benjamite 2 Samuel 23:29 (in 1 Chronicles 11:31 אִתַי).


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

אִיתַי Ch. i.q. Heb. יֵשׁ there is, from which it is formed. (Arab. أَيْسَ, only in a few phrases, Syr. ܐܺܝܬ, in Targg. אִית, Talmud. איתא) Daniel 5:11, אִיתַי גְּבַר בְּמַלְכוּתָךְ “there is a certain man in thy kingdom;” 2:28, 30 3:25. With a negative particle לָא אִיתַי Daniel 2:10, 11 3:29. Followed by a pl. 3:12. When the various persons of the verb substantive are expressed, the pronouns are suffixed, mostly in the pl. אִיחוֹתִי “he is,” Daniel 2:11 אִיתָנָא “we are,” 3:18 אִיחָיךְ “thou art,” 2:26 אִיתֵיבוֹן “ye are,” 3:14. And these forms, with a participle, serve as a periphrasis for the finite verb. Daniel 3:18, לָא אִיתָנָא פָלְחִין “we are not worshipping,” i.e. we do not worship. When used absolutely, it should generally be rendered there exists, there is, il y a; Daniel 2:10, 11. אִיתַי לְ “there is to any one,” he has, Ezra 4:16.

אִיתַי pr.n. see אִתַּי.


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List of Word Forms
אִיתַ֣י אִתַּ֖י אִתַּ֛י אִתַּ֣י אִתַּ֤י אִתַּי֙ איתי אתי ’î·ṯay ’it·tay ’îṯay ’ittay iTai itTai
 
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