1546. galuth
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galuth: an exile
Original Word: גָּלוּת
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: galuth
Phonetic Spelling: (gaw-looth')
Short Definition: exiles

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from galah
an exile
NASB Translation
captives (1), exile (5), exiles (8), population (2).

גָּלוּת noun feminine exileIsaiah 20:4 9t.; גָּלֻת Obadiah 20 (twice in verse); suffix גָּלוּתִי Isaiah 45:13, גָּלוּתֵינוּ Ezekiel 33:21; Ezekiel 40:1 (Qames unchangeable); —

1 absolute exile, 2 Kings 25:27; Jeremiah 52:31; Ezekiel 1:2; Ezekiel 33:21; Ezekiel 40:1; Amos 1:6,9; Obadiah 20 (twice in verse).

2 collective exiles, גלות כושׁ Isaiah 20:4, גלות יהודה Jeremiah 24:5; Jeremiah 28:4; Jeremiah 29:22; Jeremiah 40:1, גלותי ישׁלח he shall let my exiles (Yahweh's) go free Isaiah 45:13; see LagArm. Stud. § 445. **Amos 1:6; 1:9 compare Obad 20 (twice in verse) and Jeremiah 13:19 (ᵐ5 Du Co and others).

they that are carried away captives

Feminine from galah; captivity; concretely, exiles (collectively) -- (they that are carried away) captives(-ity).

see HEBREW galah

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