5410. nathiyb
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nathiyb: path
Original Word: נָתִיב
Part of Speech: Noun
Transliteration: nathiyb
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-theeb')
Short Definition: path

נָתִיב noun masculineJob 28:7 path, pathway (as raised); — absolute ׳נ Job 18:10 3t.; construct נְתִיב Psalm 119:35; suffix 3feminine singular נְתִיבָהֿ Proverbs 12:28 (si vera lectio, see below; on omission of Mappik see Ges§ 91e, see below); — path Job 18:10 (figurative) Job 28:7; Job 41:24 (track); Psalm 78:50 (figurative); נְתִיב מִצְוֺתֶיךָ Psalm 119:35 the path of thy commands; דֶּרֶךְ נְתִיבָה אַלמָֿוֶת Proverbs 12:28 the journey of her pathway is no-death! "" בְּאֹרַח צְדָקָה חַיִּים Ew Be De. see אַל a above; others read אֶלֿ, and either translate ׳נ by-paths (Hi Str), or substitute a synonym of 'wickedness' (compare Now Frankenb; PerlesAnalekten 87 f. נִתְעָבִים after LevyChWB i. 28 b).

נְתִיבָה noun feminine id.; — absolute ׳נ Isaiah 43:16, suffix נְתִּיבָתִי Job 30:13 2t. נְתִיבָתָם Proverbs 1:15; plural absolute נְתִיכוֺת Proverbs 8:2 +; construct id. Job 38:20 +; suffix נְתִיבֹתַי Job 19:8; Lamentations 3:9, נְתִיבֹתָיו Job 24:13, etc.; — path:

1 lit הֹלְכֵי נְתִיבוֺת Judges 5:6 goers on paths, i.e. travellers, Proverbs 8:2; Isaiah 58:12 (Oort Lag Klo נְתִיצוֺת but against this Du); path through sea Isaiah 43:16 (in figurative); of path to house of (personified) light and darkness Job 38:20.

2 often "" דֶּרֶךְ

a. = course of life Job 19:8; Job 30:13; Lamentations 3:9; Psalm 119:105; Psalm 142:4, of Israel Hosea 2:8; of path of God's appointment Isaiah 42:16.

b. of moral action, and character: paths of wisdom Proverbs 3:17, justice Proverbs 8:20 ("" אֹרַח צְדָקָה); light Job 24:13; עוֺלָם ׳נ Jeremiah 6:16 ("" דֶּרֶךְ הַטּוֺב); path of wicked Proverbs 1:15; Isaiah 59:8 (crooked), path of adulteress Proverbs 7:25; נְתִיבוֺת Jeremiah 18:15 is rendered 'by-paths,' by Gf Rothst and others; < Gie makes construct before following נְתִיבָהּ֯ סְלוּלָה דֶּרֶךְ לֹא Proverbs 12:28 see נָתִיב.

pathway, traveller, way

Or (feminine) nthiybah {neth-ee-baw'}; or nthibah (Jeremiah 6:16) {neth-ee-baw'}; from an unused root meaning to tramp; a (beaten) track -- path((-way)), X travel(-ler), way.

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