chitson: outer, externalOriginal Word: חִיצוֹןPart of Speech:
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from the same as chutsDefinition
outer, externalNASB Translation
outer (22), outside (3).
Brown-Driver-Briggs חִיצוֺן adjective outer, external
(opposed to מְּנִימִי
) feminine חִיצוֺנָה
, by dissimilation, BaNB xxix
PhilBAS ii. 2. 362
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1 2 Kings 16:18 מְבוֺא הִמֶלֶךְ הַחִיצוֺנָה the outer entry of the king (namely to the Temple), Ezekiel 44:1 the outer gate of the sanctuary, החצר החיצונךְ the outer court (of the Temple) Ezekiel 10:5; Ezekiel 40:17,20,31,34,37; Ezekiel 42:1,3,7,8,9,14; Ezekiel 44:19,1; Ezekiel 46:9,20,21, compare Esther 6:4 (of Ahasuerus'palace), 2 Chronicles 33:14 ׳חוֺמָה ח an outer wall (built by Manasseh for the עִיר דָּוִיד); הַחִיצוֺן absolute, in לַחִיצוֺן 1 Kings 6:29,30, בַּחִיצוֺן Ezekiel 41:17 (הַבַּיִת being understood) of the outer (part of the Temple), i.e. the Holy Place (compare מְּנִימִי, מְּנִימָה, of the Holy of holies).
2 figurative outward, external הַמְּלָאכָה הַחִיצוֺנָה Nehemiah 11:16; 1 Chronicles 26:29, of business not distinctively sacred, in which Levites were engaged (compare The Late Hebrew use of ׳ח to denote extra-canonical, as Sanh. 1 Chronicles 10:1 [Jost, 1 Chronicles 11:1 Surenh.] ספרים החיצונים).
II. חוץ (√ of following; compare Arabic sew together, Aramaic bind, compress, σφίγγειν, bandage: IV. encompass, wall, which is often compared, does not correspond phonetically).
outer, outward, utter, without
From chayits; properly, the (outer) wall side; hence, exterior; figuratively, secular (as opposed to sacred) -- outer, outward, utter, without.
see HEBREW chayits