1297. beram
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beram: only, nevertheless
Original Word: בְּרַם
Part of Speech: Adverb
Transliteration: beram
Phonetic Spelling: (ber-am')
Short Definition: however

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation
only, nevertheless
NASB Translation
however (3), yet (2).

בְּרַם adverb with adversative force, only, nevertheless (derivation uncertain: NöM 202 = מָא + בָּר, literally except what: ᵑ7 בְּרַם often for אַח, אוּלָם; Syriac Exodus 9:16; Exodus 21:21, and in NT for πλήν; Christian-Palestinian Aramaic , ); — Daniel 2:28; Daniel 4:12 hew down the tree etc., בְּרַם ֗֗֗ שְׁבֻקוּ only leave the stump, etc., Daniel 4:20; Daniel 5:17; Ezra 5:13.

but, nevertheless, yet

(Aramaic) perhaps from ruwm with a prepositional prefix; properly, highly, i.e. Surely; but used adversatively, however -- but, nevertheless, yet.

see HEBREW ruwm

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