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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Entry for Strong's #8392 - תֵּבָה

Transliteration
têbâh
Phonetics
tay-baw'  
Word Origin
perhaps of foreign derivation
Parts of Speech
Noun Feminine
TWOT
2492
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

1) ark

1a) vessel which Noah built

1b) basket vessel in which Moses was placed

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2296 ‑ θαυμάζω (thou‑mad'‑zo);   2787 ‑ κιβωτός (kib‑o‑tos');  
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (28) NAS (28) HCS (28)
Genesis 23
Exodus 2
Genesis 23
Exodus 2
Genesis 26
Exodus 2
BYZ TIS TR
n-cfs 27
n-cfsc 1
n-cfs 25
n-cfsc 1
n-cfs 25
n-cfsc 1
NA WH


Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1028) eb (בה BH) AC: Need CO: Box AB: ?: An empty space needing to be filled. This root is closely related to aband ib. (eng: be - as something that exists filling a void)

A) eb (בה BH) AC: ? CO: Box AB: ?: A void within oneself that desires to be filled.

if) ebt (תבה TBH) - Box: An empty container to be filled. KJV (28): ark - Strongs: H8392 (תֵּבָה)

C) eba (אבה ABH) AC: Consent CO: Box AB: ?: A void within oneself that desires to be filled.

V) eba (אבה ABH) - Consent: A filling of a void in space or action. To be willing to go somewhere or do something. KJV (54): (vf: Paal) would, will, willing, consent, rest, content - Strongs: H14 (אָבָה)

Nm) eba (אבה ABH) - Box: An empty container to be filled. KJV (1): swift - Strongs: H16 (אֵבֶה)

J) efb (בוה BWH) AC: ? CO: Empty AB: ?: An empty space needing to be filled.

rm) fefb (בוהו BWHW) - Empty: KJV (3): void, emptiness - Strongs: H922 (בֹּהוּ)

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2020
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 תֵּבָה noun feminine ark (properly chest, box (compare Late Hebrew תֵּבָה); probably Egyptian loan-word from T-b-t, chest, coffin (Brugsch, Erman ZMG xlvi (1892), 123); > Babylonian word Jen ZA iv (1889), 272f. Hal JAssyr., 1888 {Nov.-Dec.}, 517); — absolute ׳ת Genesis 7:1 +; construct תֵּבַת Genesis 6:14; Exodus 2:3; — vessel in which infant Moses was laid among reeds Exodus 2:3 (made of papyrus, גֹּמֶא), Exodus 2:5 (both E; ᵐ5 θῖβις, θήβη, compare Lewy Fremdw. 100); vessel which saved Noah and his family, with animals, during flood (ᵐ5 κιβωτός): Genesis 7:1,7,9,17,23; Genesis 8:6,9 (twice in verse); Genesis 8:10,13; Genesis 9:18 (all J), Genesis 6:14 (made of עֲצֵי נֹפֶר), Genesis 6:14; Genesis 6:15; Genesis 6:16; Genesis 6:16; Genesis 6:18; Genesis 6:19; Genesis 7:13,15,18; Genesis 8:1,4,16,19; Genesis 9:10 (all P).

תְּבוּאָה see בוא. תְּבוּנָה, תְּבוּנָם see בין.

תובנתו see בין. תְּבוּסָה see בוס.

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

תֵּבָה f. pr. a chest, an ark (Chald. תֵּיבוּתָא; Arab. تَاُبوةُ, تَابُوتُ an ark, a coffer; also Gr. θίβη, θήβη in LXX. intp., taken from the usage of the Orientals); used of the ship which Noah made like a chest or coffer, Genesis 6:14, seq.; of the ark in which Moses, when a child, was exposed, Exodus 2:5. LXX. κιβωτός; Vulg. arca; Luther suitably retained the word Arche, as denoting both a chest and a vessel like one (see Adelung, s. v.). The etymology is unknown.

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List of Word Forms
בַּתֵּבָ֑ה בַּתֵּבָֽה׃ בתבה בתבה׃ הַתֵּבָ֑ה הַתֵּבָ֔ה הַתֵּבָ֖ה הַתֵּבָֽה׃ הַתֵּבָה֙ התבה התבה׃ לַתֵּבָ֗ה לתבה תֵּ֣בַת תֵּבַ֣ת תבת bat·tê·ḇāh battêḇāh batteVah hat·tê·ḇāh hattêḇāh hatteVah lat·tê·ḇāh lattêḇāh latteVah tê·ḇaṯ têḇaṯ teVat
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