5713. edah
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edah: testimony
Original Word: עֵדָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: edah
Phonetic Spelling: (ay-daw')
Short Definition: testimony

II. עֵדָה noun feminine testimony, witness, of things (only E); — Genesis 21:30; Genesis 31:52; Joshua 24:27 (twice in verse) (J uses עֵד for feminine things). — I. עֵדָה see יעד.

III. [עֵדָה] noun feminine only plural ᵑ0 testimonies (always of laws as divine testimonies or solemn charges); — plural absolute עֵדֹת Deuteronomy 4:45; Deuteronomy 6:20; suffix (of ׳י), עְדֹתִי Psalm 132:12 (Ges§ 91n.), עֵדֹתָיו Deuteronomy 6:17; Psalm 25:10; Psalm 99:7; Psalm 119:2, עֵדוֺתָיו Psalm 78:56; עֵדֹתֶיךָ Psalm 93:5; Psalm 119:22; Psalm 119:24; Psalm 119:46; Psalm 119:59; Psalm 119:79; Psalm 119:95; Psalm 119:119; Psalm 119:125; Psalm 119:138; Psalm 119:146; Psalm 119:152; Psalm 119:167; Psalm 119:168 (ᵑ0 pointing artificial, derived probably from עֵדוּת, reading עֵדֻת for עֵדֹת, or regarding עֵדֹת as contracted from עֵדְוֺת, plural of עֵדוּת [Sta§ 320 b SS Buhl]; see also DrDeuteronomy 4:45; Deuteronomy 4:45; Deuteronomy 6:17,20 are redactional).

testimony, witness

Feminine of ed in its techn. Sense; testimony -- testimony, witness. Compare edah.

see HEBREW ed

see HEBREW edah

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