Strong's Hebrew: 7272. רָ֫גֶל (regel) -- foot
7272. regel
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regel: foot
Original Word: רָ֫גֶל
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: regel
Phonetic Spelling: (reh'-gel)
Short Definition: feet

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
Definition
foot
NASB Translation
accompany* (1), after (1), attended* (1), feet (139), follow (2), followed (2), following (1), foot (60), footstep* (1), footsteps (1), footstool* (6), four-footed* (1), haunt (1), heels (1), hoof* (1), journey (1), legs (5), pace (2), relieve* (1), relieving* (1), step (1), steps (2), swift-footed* (1), times (4), toes* (2), turned (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
רֶ֫גֶל247 noun feminineDeuteronomy 8:4 (on suffix masculine Songs 5:3 see KöSynt. § l4 AlbrZAW(xvi, 1896, 76) xv (1895), 316 f.), foot (Late Hebrew id.; Arabic , leg, foot; Aramaic רַגְלָא, foot; Palmyrene suffix רגלה Lzb368; transposed Zinjirli (plural construct) לגרי Idlb., Mandean ליגראM 102; compare Ethiopic vehicle Di347); — absolute ׳ר Exodus 21:24 +, רָ֑גֶל Exodus 21:24 +; construct רֶגֶל Numbers 22:25 +; suffix רַגְלִי Genesis 30:30 +, etc.; dual רַגְלָ֫יִם 1 Samuel 28:3 +, רַנְלָ֑יִם 2 Samuel 4:4 +; construct רַגְלֵי Genesis 24:32 +; suffix רַגְלַי Numbers 20:19 +, רַגְלֶיךָ Exodus 3:5 +, etc.; plural רְגָלִים Exodus 23:14 3t. (see 2 below); —

1 foot:

a. human, Genesis 18:4; Genesis 19:2 10t. of washing feet (רחץ); Exodus 3:5; Exodus 4:25 + often; in figure Deuteronomy 32:35; 1 Samuel 2:9; Jeremiah 2:25; Job 12:5 + often; נַּאֲוָה ׳ר Psalm 36:12 foot of pride; ׳הֲדֹם לְר Psalm 110:1; ׳כַּף ר sole of foot Deuteronomy 2:5; Deuteronomy 11:24; Deuteronomy 28:56,65 6t., + ׳מִכַּף ר וְעַד ראֹשׁ Isaiah 1:6, compare (וְעַד קדקד) 2 Samuel 14:25; Deuteronomy 28:35; Job 2:7; also ׳מֵראֹשׁ וְעַד ר Leviticus 13:12; ׳שָׁרְשֵׁי ר Job 13:27 see שֹׁרֶשׁ;׳אֶצְבְּעוֺת ר 2 Samuel 21:20 = toes, ׳בֹּהֶן ר = great toe Judges 1:6,7; Exodus 29:20 6t. Leviticus; ׳ר = leg 1 Samuel 17:6 (see also feminine near the end).

b. anthropomorphism of God, Exodus 24:10; 2 Samuel 22:10 = Psalm 18:10; Nahum 1:3; Habakkuk 3:5; Isaiah 60:13; Zechariah 14:4;׳כַּמּוֺת ר Ezekiel 43:7; ׳הֲדֹם ר Isaiah 66:1; Lamentations 2:1; 1 Chronicles 28:2; Psalm 99:5; Psalm 132:7.

c. of seraphim Isaiah 6:2, Ezekiel's חַיּוֺת Ezekiel 1:7 (twice in verse) and (׳כֵּף ר) Ezekiel 1:7, cherubim 2Chronicles 3:13; idols Psalm 115:7.

d. of animals: dove,׳כַּף ר Genesis 8:9 (J); שֶׁרֶץ עוֺף Leviticus 11:21,23, שֶׁרֶץ Leviticus 11:42; calf, ׳כַּף ר Ezekiel 1:7 (in simile), בְּהֵמָה Ezekiel 29:11; Pharaoh under figure of תַּנִּים Ezekiel 32:2; probably of beast also Job 39:15, indefinite Isaiah 28:3 (in figurative).

e. of table Exodus 25:26; Exodus 37:13 (P).

f. phrases: ׳לְר (ל)

5i according to the pace of Genesis 33:14 (twice in verse) (J; as fast as cattle, children, can go); at one's guidance Deuteronomy 33:8; at one's foot, i.e. at every step Genesis 30:30 (J), Isaiah 41:2, compare Job 18:11 (see I. [ מּוּץ]

Hiph`il); ׳הלך לְר 1 Samuel 25:42, i.e. went where she went, compare 2 Samuel 15:16,17,18; ׳בְּר on one's feet, on foot, Numbers 20:19 (JE), Deuteronomy 2:28; Judges 4:15,17; Psalm 66:6, ׳שֻׁלֵּח בְּר Judges 5:15 (see שׁלח), compare Job 18:8 (and רַגְלַי שִׁלֵּח֑וּ Job 30:12); ׳הַבְּהֵמָה) אֲשֶׁר בְּד, הַיְקוּם, (הָעָם, i.e. which follow one, hence obey or belong to one, Exodus 11:8 (J), Judges 4:10; Judges 8:5; 1 Kings 20:10; Deuteronomy 11:6; 2 Kings 3:9, ׳הַמִּתְהַלְּכִים בְּר 1 Samuel 25:27; ׳נָשָׂא ר Genesis 29:1 (E) = set out, but ׳יָרִים אֶתרֿ Genesis 41:44 (E) lift the foot, i.e. make a movement, do anything; euphemism ׳מֵסִיךְ אֶתרֿ Judges 3:24, compare 1 Samuel 24:3 (Gi; van d. H. Baer v.1 Samuel 24:4; see I. [ סָכַךְ] Hiph`il); לְ ׳וַתְּפַשְּׂקִי אֶתרֿ Ezekiel 16:25 (see פשׂק); ׳הַיּוֺצֵת מִבֵּין ר Deuteronomy 28:57 (see יצא 1h); ׳מֵימֵי ר Qr 2 Kings 18:27 = Isaiah 36:12 (Kt שיניהם; see מַיִם 3); שַׂעַר ׳הָר Isaiah 7:20, i.e. hair of the private parts.

2 plural only in phrase שָׁלשׁ רְגָלִים three times (feet, paces, compare מַּעַם) Exodus 23:14 (E), Numbers 22:28,32,33 (J).



Strong's
be able to endure, according as, after, coming, follow, haunt, journey,

From ragal; a foot (as used in walking); by implication, a step; by euphem. The pudenda -- X be able to endure, X according as, X after, X coming, X follow, ((broken-))foot((-ed, -stool)), X great toe, X haunt, X journey, leg, + piss, + possession, time.

see HEBREW ragal

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