Strong's Hebrew: 4604. מָ֫עַל (maal) -- an unfaithful or treacherous act
4604. maal
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maal: an unfaithful or treacherous act
Original Word: מָ֫עַל
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: maal
Phonetic Spelling: (mah'-al)
Short Definition: unfaithfully

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from maal
Definition
an unfaithful or treacherous act
NASB Translation
falsehood (1), treachery (2), trespass (1), trespass* (1), unfaithful (3), unfaithful act (4), unfaithful deeds (1), unfaithfully (6), unfaithfulness (6), very unfaithful (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
I. מַ֫עַל noun masculineEzra 9:2 unfaithful, treacherous act (Late Hebrew מְעִילָה); — ׳מ Leviticus 5:15 16t.; מָ֑עַל Numbers 5:12 2t.; suffix מַעֲלוֺ Ezekiel 17:20 4t.; מַעֲלָם Ezekiel 39:26 3t.; —

1 ag. man: נשׁאר מעל Job 21:34 faithlessness remains (compare Numbers 5:12,27; Proverbs 16:10 under מָעַל).

2 elsewhere ag. God, with בְּ, Joshua 22:22 (P); without בְּ, 1 Chronicles 9:1; 2Chronicles 29:19; 33:19; Ezra 9:2,4; Ezra 10:6. — מַעַל elsewhere only with מָעַל q. v. (

1; all cited).



Strong's
falsehood, grievously, sore, transgression, trespass, very

From ma'al; treachery, i.e. Sin -- falsehood, grievously, sore, transgression, trespass, X very.

see HEBREW ma'al

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