ulam: but, but indeedOriginal Word: אוּלָםPart of Speech:
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a prim. rootDefinition
but, but indeedNASB Translation
however (5), indeed (2), nevertheless (1), other hand (1), rather (1), truly (1).
and (Job 17:10, perhaps for sake of assonance with following כֻּלָּם
adverb but, but indeed, a strong adversative Job 2:5; Job 5:8; Job 13:3 (where ᵐ5 excellently οὐ μὴν ἀλλά). More usually with וְ, וְאוּלָם Genesis 28:19 (compare Judges 18:29) Genesis 48:19 howbeit his younger brother shall be greater than he, Exodus 9:16 but in very deed, Numbers 14:21 (compare 1 Samuel 20:3; 1 Samuel 25:34) 1 Kings 20:23; Micah 3:8; Job 1:11; Job 11:5; Job 12:7; Job 13:4; Job 14:18; Job 17:10; Job 33:1.
I. און (compare Arabic (medial ) be fatigued, tired, weariness, sorrow, trouble). **On etymology, compare also BevJphil. xxvi. 300-2.
as for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely, truly, wherefore
Apparently a variation of 'uwlay; however or on the contrary -- as for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely, truly, wherefore.
see HEBREW 'uwlay