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Entry for Strong's #5210 - נִינְוֵה

Transliteration
nı̂ynevêh
Phonetics
nee-nev-ay'  
Word Origin
of foreign origin
Parts of Speech
Proper Name Location
TWOT
None
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

Nineveh = “abode of Ninus”

1) capital of the ancient kingdom of Assyria; located on the east bank of the Tigris river, 550 miles (880 kilometers) from its mouth and 250 miles (400 kilometers) north of Babylon

Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (17) NAS (17) HCS (17)
Genesis 2
2 Kings 1
Isaiah 1
Jonah 8
Nahum 3
Zephaniah 1
Genesis 2
2 Kings 1
Isaiah 1
Jonah 8
Nahum 3
Zephaniah 1
Genesis 2
2 Kings 1
Isaiah 1
Jonah 9
Nahum 3
Zephaniah 1
BYZ TIS TR
n-p 17
n-p 17
n-p 17
NA WH


Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 נִינְוֵה proper name, of a location Nineveh, capital of Assyria (Assyrian Ninâ, Ninua, Ninû, compare Schr COT Glossary Dl Par 260); — Genesis 10:11,12 (J), 2 Kings 19:36 = Isaiah 37:37; Nahum 1:1; Nahum 2:9; Nahum 3:7; Zephaniah 2:13; Jonah 1:2; Jonah 3:3 a; Jonah 3:4,5,6,7, called הָעִיר הַגְּדוֺלָה Jonah 3:3 a 3 b Jonah 4:11 (compare 3 a Jonah 3:4f.); ᵐ5 Νινευη, ᵐ5 L Νινευι. Site on east bank of Tigris marked by mounds Neby Yunus and Kuyundjik, opposite Mosul. compare Layard Nineveh and its Remains, 1848; Monuments of Nineveh 1849f. Billerbeck u. Jeremias BAS iii. 1 (1895), 107 ff.

ניס see נוס

Qal 1. near the end.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

נִינְוֵה pr.n. Nineveh, the ancient metropolis of Assyria, situated on the eastern bank of the Tigris, at the same place where Mosul now stands on the western bank, Genesis 10:11, 12 Genesis 10:12; Isaiah 37:37; Nahum 2:9; Jonah 1:2, 3:3. By the Greeks and Romans it was commonly called Ninus after the builder (Herod. i. 193; ii. 101; Diod. 2:3); in Ammianus, however (xviii. 16), Nineve. As to its site see the remarks of Bochart, Phaleg. lib. iv. cap. 20; also the travels of Niebuhr, vol. ii. p. 353 (who found in that place a village called Nunia), and d’Anville, l’Euphrate, p. 80; compare Rosenm. Bibl. Alterthumsk. i. 2, p. 94, 114.

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List of Word Forms
בְּנִֽינְוֵ֔ה בְּנִֽינְוֵֽה׃ בנינוה בנינוה׃ וְנִֽינְוֵ֖ה וְנִֽינְוֵ֗ה וְנִינְוֵ֥ה ונינוה נִ֣ינְוֵ֔ה נִֽינְוֵ֑ה נִֽינְוֵ֔ה נִֽינְוֵ֖ה נִֽינְוֵ֛ה נִֽינְוֵה֙ נִֽינְוֶ֖ה נִינְוֵ֖ה נינוה bə·nî·nə·wêh beNineVeh bənînəwêh nî·nə·weh nî·nə·wêh nineVeh nînəweh nînəwêh ninVeh venineVeh wə·nî·nə·wêh wənînəwêh

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