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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Entry for Strong's #655 - אֹפֶן

Transliteration
'ôphen
Phonetics
o'-fen  
Word Origin
from an unused root meaning to revolve
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
146b
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

1) circumstance, condition, timely

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 718 ‑ ἁρμόζω (har‑mod'‑zo);  
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (1) NAS (1) HCS (1)
Proverbs 1
Proverbs 1
Proverbs 1
BYZ TIS TR
NA WH


Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1382) np (פנ PN) AC: Turn CO: Face AB: ?: The turning of the face. (eng: fan; spin)

A) np (פנ PN) AC: ? CO: Corner AB: ?

Nm ) np (פנ PN) - I. Corner: II. Or:As a turning toward another direction. KJV (6): corner, lest, not, peradventure - Strongs: H6434 (פֵּן), H6435 (פֶּן)

B) nnp (פננ PNN) AC: Turn CO: ? AB: ?

bm ) ninp (פנינ PNYN) - Ruby: A gem that glistens when turned. [df: ynp] KJV (6): ruby - Strongs: H6443 (פָּנִי)

C) npa (אפנ APN) AC: Turn CO: Wheel AB: ?: A turning object.

Nm) npa (אפנ APN) - Turning: KJV (1): fitly - Strongs: H655 (אֹפֶן)

gm) npfa (אופנ AWPN) - Wheel: KJV (36): wheel - Strongs: H212 (אֹפָן)

H) enp (פנה PNH) AC: Turn CO: Face AB: ?: What turns back and forth.

V) enp (פנה PNH) - Turn: To turn the face or to turn directions. Also to turn something back or away. KJV (135): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal, Piel) turn, look, prepare, regard, respect, look - Strongs: H6437 (פָּנָה)

Nm) enp (פנה PNH) - Face: The face, also the presence of one through the sense of being in the face of. [Always written in the plural form, minp; Frequently used with the prefix "l ", meaning "to" or "for", meaning "to the face of" or "before"] KJV (2110): face, presence, because, sight, countenance, from, person, upon, of, against, open, for, toward - Strongs: H3942 (לִפְנַי), H6440 (פָּנֶה)

J) nfp (פונ PWN) AC: Turn CO: ? AB: ?

V) nfp (פונ PWN) - Turn: KJV (1): (vf: Paal) distracted - Strongs: H6323 (פּוּן)

M) nip (פינ PYN) AC: ? CO: Corner AB: ?: A point which makes a turn.

Nf1) enip (פינה PYNH) - Corner: KJV (28): corner, chief, tower, bulwark, stay - Strongs: H6438 (פִּנָּה)

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2019
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [אֹ֫פֶן] noun [masculine] circumstance, condition (perhaps literally turning) only dual (or plural) suffix עַלאָֿפְנָיו = in (right) circumstances Proverbs 25:11 (compare Str on the passage, also Orelli Syn. d. Zeit u. Ewigkeit 38f.).

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

אֹפֶן time, from the notion of turning and revolving, compare דּוֹר, תְּקוּפָה περίοδος, and many words which denote a year, all of which properly signify a circle, as annus, whence annulus, ένιαυτός. Hence Proverbs 25:11, דָּבָר דָּבֻר עַל־אָפְנָיו “a word spoken in its own times,” i.e. in a suitable time. (As to the form אָפְנָיו for אֲפָנָיו see Lehrg. 575). So amongst the old authorities Symm., Vulg., Abulwalid, who rightly compares the Arabic إِفَّانُ time. We may explain עַל־אָפְנָיו “upon its wheels,” taking it as a proverbial phrase indicating quickness of answering, making אֹפֶן to be the same as אוֹפָן a wheel. So the Syr. ܥܓܠ and ܒܥܓܥ, ܠܥܓܠ on a wheel, i.e. quickly.

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