2950. taphal
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taphal: to smear, plaster over, stick, glue
Original Word: טָפַל
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: taphal
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-fal')
Short Definition: forged

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to smear, plaster over, stick, glue
NASB Translation
forged (1), smear (1), wrap (1).

[טָפַל] verb smear or plaster (over), stick, glue (Late Hebrew id., besmear, plaster; Aramaic טְפַל id., figurative attack; טְפֵילָא mortar; defile; Assyrian ‰apâlu, besmear (?), DlPr 48; HWB) —

Qal Perfect3plural טָֽפְלוּ Psalm 119:69; Imperfect2masculine singular וַתִּטְמֹּל Job 14:17 Participle plural construct טֹפְלֵי Job 13:4; — טָֽפְלוּ עָלַי שֶׁקֶר זֵדִים Psalm 119:69 insolent men have plastered falsehood over me, 'making his real character unrecognisable' (De); טִפְלֵי שֶׁקֶר Job 13:4 ye are falsehood-plasterers ("" רֹפְאֵי אֱלִל); compare Assyrian amât taš‡irti tâpilti Ullusum, a speech of falsehood besmearing Ullusum, DtPr 48; וַתִּטְמֹּל עַלעֲֿוֺנִי Job 14:17 and thou hast glued over mine iniquity, i.e. glued it up, for safe keeping against the day of reckoning ("" חָתֻם בִּצְרוֺר מִּשְׁעִי).

forger, sew up

A primitive root; properly, to stick on as a patch; figuratively, to impute falsely -- forge(-r), sew up.

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