1434. gedil
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gedil: twisted threads
Original Word: גְּדִלִים
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: gedil
Phonetic Spelling: (ghed-eel')
Short Definition: tassels

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from gadal
twisted threads
NASB Translation
tassels (1), twisted threads (1).

גְּדִלִים noun [masculine] plural twisted threads (Late Hebrew גְּדִיל, Babylonian gidlu, cord on which onions were strung, a string of onions, ZehnpfBAS i. 511; Aramaic גְּדִילָא, thread, cord, rope, also plaited locks, id.) —

1 tassels Deuteronomy 22:12 on border of garment ("" צִיצִת Numbers 15:38,39).

2 festoons, on capitals of columns 1 Kings 7:17.

fringe, wreath

From gadal (in the sense of twisting); thread, i.e. A tassel or festoon -- fringe, wreath.

see HEBREW gadal

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