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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Entry for Strong's #02874 - טֶבַח

Transliteration
ṭebach
Phonetics
teh'-bakh  
Word Origin
from (02873)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
786a
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

1) slaughter, slaughtering, animal

1a) slaughtering, slaughter (of animals)

1b) slaughter (figuratively)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 4968 ‑ σφάγιον (sfag'‑ee‑on);  
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (12) NAS (12) HCS (12)
Genesis 1
Proverbs 2
Isaiah 4
Jeremiah 2
Ezekiel 3
Genesis 1
Proverbs 2
Isaiah 4
Jeremiah 2
Ezekiel 3
Genesis 1
Proverbs 2
Isaiah 4
Jeremiah 2
Ezekiel 3
BYZ TIS TR
n-cms 10
n-cms 10
n-cms 10
NA WH


Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2227) hbu (תהבהה ThBHh) AC: Slaughter CO: Flesh AB: ?: [from: hb]

V) hbu (תהבהה ThBHh) - Slaughter: KJV (11): (vf: Paal) kill, slaughter, slay - Strongs: H2873 (טָבַח)

Nm) hbu (תהבהה ThBHh) - I. Slaughter:The act of slaughtering. Also the meat of the slaughter. II. Guard:As one who prevents a slaughter of a ruler. [Hebrew and Aramaic] III. Cook:One who slaughters animals for food. KJV (45): slaughter, slay, sore, beast, guard, cook - Strongs: H2874 (טֶבַח), H2876 (טַבָּח), H2877 (טַבָּח)

Nf1) ehbu (תהבההה ThBHhH) - Cook: One who slaughters animals for food. KJV (1): cook - Strongs: H2879 (טַבָּחָה)

am) hbum (מתהבהה MThBHh) - Slaughter: KJV (1): slaughter - Strongs: H4293 (מַטְבֵּחַ)

ef1) ehbiu (תהיבההה ThYBHhH) - Slaughter: The act of slaughtering. Also the meat of the slaughter. KJV (3): flesh, slaughter - Strongs: H2878 (טִבְחָה)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 I. טֶ֫בַח noun masculine Isaiah 34:6 slaughtering, slaughter — absolute ׳ט Genesis 43:16 6t.; טָ֑בַח Ezekiel 21:20 3t.; suffix טִבְחָהּ Proverbs 9:2; —

1 slaughtering, slaughter, of animals for food; as accusative of congnate meaning with verb after טָבַח (q. v.) Genesis 43:16 (J), Proverbs 9:2; יוּבָ֑ל׳כַּשֶּׂה לַטּ Isaiah 53:7, simile of suffering servant of ׳י; also Proverbs 7:22 simile of fatuousness of one following a strange woman, thoughtless of consequences; ׳יֵרְדוּ לַטּ Jeremiah 50:27 metaphor of Babylonian leaders, under figure of bullocks; so probably Jeremiah 48:15, and perhaps תִּכְרָ֑עוּ׳לַטּ Isaiah 65:12.

2 in poetry figurative slaughter, to which the nations are given over by ׳י Isaiah 34:2, specifically of Edom Isaiah 34:6 ("" זֶבַח; see ׳ז 6); of Israel Ezekiel 21:20, as accusative of congnate meaning with verb after טָבַח Ezekiel 21:15; of Ammon Ezekiel 21:33.

Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon, Unabridged, Electronic Database.
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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

טֶבַח m. suff. טִבְחָהּ.

(1) a slaying of cattle, Proverbs 7:22; Isaiah 53:7 also slaughter of men, Isaiah 34:2, Isaiah 34:6; Jeremiah 48:15, 50:27.

(2) slain beasts, banquets so prepared, Proverbs 9:2; Genesis 43:16 compare זֶבַח No. 1.

(3) [Tebah], pr.n. of a son of Nahor, Genesis 22:24.

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List of Word Forms
וְטֶ֥בַח וטבח טְבֹ֤חַ טִ֭בְחָהּ טֶ֙בַח֙ טָ֣בַח טבח טבחה לְטֶ֣בַח לַטֶּ֣בַח לַטָּ֑בַח לַטָּֽבַח׃ לטבח לטבח׃ laṭ·ṭā·ḇaḥ laṭ·ṭe·ḇaḥ laṭṭāḇaḥ latTavach laṭṭeḇaḥ latTevach lə·ṭe·ḇaḥ ləṭeḇaḥ leTevach ṭā·ḇaḥ ṭāḇaḥ Tavach ṭe·ḇaḥ ṭə·ḇō·aḥ ṭeḇaḥ ṭəḇōaḥ tevach teVoach ṭiḇ·ḥāh ṭiḇḥāh Tivchah veTevach wə·ṭe·ḇaḥ wəṭeḇaḥ
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