penimah: toward the side or inside, withinOriginal Word: פְּנִ֫ימָהPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
toward the side or inside, withinNASB Translation
inner (2), inner part (1), inside (3), inside* (2), within (4).
Brown-Driver-Briggs לִפְנִים 1 Kings 6:29
see below מָּנִי֫מָה
מְּנִ֫ימָה adverb (ה locative)
1 towards the (in-)side.
2 within (literally faceward, from point of view of one entering by opposite door); — of a building, usually temple:
1 after verb of motion Leviticus 10:18; 2Chronicles 29:18, and (after הִגִּיד) 2 Kings 7:11, also ׳לִפ Ezekiel 41:3; 2Chronicles 29:16.
2 ׳פ 1 Kings 6:18, also ׳לִפ 1 Kings 6:30, so read also 1 Kings 6:29 (for ᵑ0 מִלִּפְנִים, see KmpKau Kit Benz), Ezekiel 40:16 (twice in verse), also Psalm 45:14 ᵑ0, i.e. within the house, but Krochm Gr Che and others (plausibly) מְּנִינִים, q. v.; ׳מִמּ 1 Kings 6:19,21.= 2Chronicles 3:4.
From paniym with directive enclitic; faceward, i.e. Indoors -- (with-)in(-ner part, -ward).
see HEBREW paniym