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Daleth (1 Occurrence)

Psalms 119:25 DALETH. My soul cleaveth unto the dust: Quicken thou me according to thy word. (ASV BBE DBY JPS WBS YLT)

Daleth (1 Occurrence)
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia DALETH. ... For name, etc., see ALPHABET. Multi-Version
Concordance Daleth (1 Occurrence). Psalms 119:25 DALETH. ...
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Tablet (7 Occurrences)
... "Daleth" (daleth or deleth), the ... Sanis is used as the translation of "daleth" or
luach 2 or 3 times in the Septuagint and still oftener in the other versions. ...
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Dale (2 Occurrences)

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Zabdi (17 Occurrences)
... have "Zimri" (zimri); "the confusion of the Hebrew letter beth (b) and the Hebrew
letter mem (m) is phonetic; the confusion of the Hebrew letter daleth (d) and ...
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Zebidah (1 Occurrence)
... due to a confusion of the Hebrew letter kaph (k) with the Hebrew letter beth (b),
and the Hebrew letter resh (r) with the Hebrew letter daleth (d), and thus we ...
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Zarethan (4 Occurrences)
... Midianites "as far as Bethshittah toward Zererah," which is probably a misreading
for Zeredah, arising from the similarity of the Hebrew letters daleth and resh ...
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Ebron (1 Occurrence)
... we should read here Abdon, as in Joshua 21:30 1 Chronicles 6:74, the substitution
of the Hebrew letter resh ("r") for the Hebrew letter daleth ("d") being a ...
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Deuel (5 Occurrences)
... 20). Called Reuel in Numbers 2:14, daleth (d) being confused with resh (r).
Multi-Version Concordance Deuel (5 Occurrences). Numbers ...
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... It is very probable, however, that the name represents an error in transcription
from the original Semitic text, confusing the Hebrew letter daleth ("d") with ...
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

da'-leth (.): The 4th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and as such used in Psalm 119 to designate the 4th section; transliterated in this Encyclopedia with the dagesh as d, and, without, as dh (= th in "the"). It came also to be used for the number four (4), and with the dieresis for 4,000. With the apostrophe it is sometimes used as abbreviation for the tetragrammaton. For name, etc., see ALPHABET.

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