Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6901 - קָבַל
1) to take, receive, be before
1a1) to take, choose, receive
1a2) to accept
1a3) to accept, assume
1b1) to show oppositeness
1b2) to correspond, receive one to the other
Nm) lbq (קבל QBL) - Before: Being in front of something, in space or time. In the sense of taking what is in front. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (30): before, as, according, against - Strongs: H6903 (קֳבֵל), H6905 (קְבֹל)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
קָבַל not used in Kal, prop. to be before, in front, over against (Arab. قَبْلُ front, قَبْلَ before); hence, to come from before, to come to meet, Arab. قَبَلَ.
(1) prop. to receive any one (one who comes to meet one, Arab. قَبلَ), 1 Chronicles 12:18 any thing, i.q. לָקַח, but only in the later [?] Hebr., 2 Chronicles 29:16, 22 2 Chronicles 29:22; Ezra 8:30 (opp. to reject); Job 2:10; Esther 4:4, 9:23, 27 to receive instruction, Proverbs 19:20.
Hiphil, intransitive, to be opposed, stand over against one another, Exodus 26:5, 36:12. Arab. Conj. III. id.
Derivatives, קֳבָל, קֹבֶל.
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