2180. zanab
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zanab: tail, end, stump
Original Word: זָנָב
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: zanab
Phonetic Spelling: (zaw-nawb')
Short Definition: tail

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
tail, end, stump
NASB Translation
stubs (1), tail (9), tails (1).

זָנָב noun masculineJudges 15:4 tail, also (figurative) end, stump (Late Hebrew id., Assyrian zibbatu HomNS 368, Ethiopic Arabic , Aramaic , דּוּנְבָּא, דַּנְבָּא) — ׳ז absolute Judges 15:4 (twice in verse) + 5 t.; suffix זְנָבוֺJob 40:17; plural זְנָבוֺת Judges 15:4; construct זַנְבוֺת Isaiah 7:4; —

1. a. tail of fox Judges 15:4 (3 t. in verse), of serpent Exodus 4:4 (J), of hippopotamus Job 40:17;

b. figurative of common people, opposed to rulers Isaiah 9:13; Isaiah 19:15 (in both, ראֹשׁ וְזָנָב, "" כִּמָּה וְאַגְמוֺן; Isaiah 9:14 is incorrect gloss); of subject-people (opposed to ראֹשׁ) Deuteronomy 28:13,44.

2 end, stump (of firebrand, אוּד) in metaphor Isaiah 7:4.


From zanab (in the original sense of flapping); the tail (literally or figuratively) -- tail.

see HEBREW zanab

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