1988. halom
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halom: hith-er
Original Word: הֲלֹם
Part of Speech: Adverb
Transliteration: halom
Phonetic Spelling: (hal-ome')
Short Definition: here

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. adverb
NASB Translation
here (9), this far (2), this place (1).

הֲלֹם adverb of place, hither (Arabic hither!) — Exodus 3:5 אַלתִּֿקְרַב הֲלֹם approach not hither, Judges 18:3; Judges 20:7; 1 Samuel 10:22; 1 Samuel 14:16 and lo, the camp melted away וַיֵּלֶךְ וַהֲלֹם read with ᵐ5 (ἔνθεν καὶ ἔνθεν) Th We Dr הֲלֹם וַהֲלֹם hither and thither i.e. in different directions (compare הֵנָּה וָהֵנָּה Joshua 8:20), Joshua 8:36; Joshua 8:38; Ruth 2:14; עַד הֲלֹם figurative hitherto, thus far (i.e. to this point of dignity and greatness) 2 Samuel 7:18 (= 1 Chronicles 17:16). Psalm 73:10, if text be sound, הֲלֹם must mean thither (that is, after the persons described Psalm 73:3); but such sense questionable; read probably with Houb La for ישיב עמו הלם, יַשְׂבִּעֵמוֺ לָ֑חֶם satisfies them with bread: compare Che HupNow. Genesis 16:13 = here; but here also text is dubious: v Di. Judges 14:15 read הֲלֹם for הֲלֹא: see הֲ

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here, hitherto, thither

From the article (see halah); hither -- here, hither(-(to)), thither.

see HEBREW halah

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