1965. hekal
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hekal: a palace, temple
Original Word: הֵיכַל
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: hekal
Phonetic Spelling: (hay-kal')
Short Definition: temple

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) of foreign origin
a palace, temple
NASB Translation
palace (5), temple (8).

[הֵיכַל] noun masculine palace, temple (Assyrian loan-word; Biblical Hebrew; also Palmyrene היכלא and הכלא Lzb259 SAC43); — emphatic הֵיכְלָא Ezra 4:14 +; construct הֵיכַל Daniel 4:26; suffix הֵיכְּ לִי Daniel 4:1, לֵהּ- Daniel 6:19; —

1 place of king Daniel 4:1; Daniel 4:26; Daniel 5:5; Daniel 6:19; Ezra 4:14 (see מְלַח).

2 temple:

a. in Jerusalem Daniel 5:2,3; Ezra 5:14 a.; Ezra 5:15; Ezra 6:5 (twice in verse).

b. in Babylon Ezra 5:14 b.c.

palace, temple

(Aramaic) corresponding to heykal -- palace, temple.

see HEBREW heykal

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