1700. dibrah
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dibrah: a cause, reason, manner
Original Word: דִּבְרַת
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: dibrah
Phonetic Spelling: (dib-raw')
Short Definition: cause

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from dabar
a cause, reason, manner
NASB Translation
cause (1), concerning* (1), order (1), so* (1).

[דִּבְרָה] noun feminine cause, reason, manner — construct עַל דִּבִרַת because of, for the sake of Ecclesiastes 3:18; Ecclesiastes 7:14; Ecclesiastes 8:2; עַלדִּֿבְרָתִי מַלְכִּיצֶֿדֶק after the order, or manner, of Melchizedek Psalm 110:4 (י ancient Genitive ending, to soften transition in poetry, Ges§ 90 (3) a); suffix דִּבְרָתִי my cause, suit Job 5:8.

[דִּבְרָה] noun feminine cause, reason (Biblical Hebrew id., √ דבר, compare על דבר Egyptian Aramaic S-CPap. B; — construct in adverb phrase עַלדִּֿבְרַת דִּי Daniel 2:30 for the cause (to the intent) that, Daniel 4:14 (read עַל for עַד K§ ll, 2 Bev).

cause, end, estate, order, regard

Feminine of dabar; a reason, suit or style -- cause, end, estate, order, regard.

see HEBREW dabar

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