3004. yabbashah
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yabbashah: dry land, dry ground
Original Word: יַבָּשָׁה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: yabbashah
Phonetic Spelling: (yab-baw-shaw')
Short Definition: land

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from yabesh
dry land, dry ground
NASB Translation
dry ground (4), dry land (9), land (1).

יַבָּשָׁה noun feminine dry land, dry ground (Sabean יבסם, opposed to בחרם sea, DHM in MV; Palmyrene יבשא (dry) land VogNo. 79) — always absolute singular יַבָּשָׁה: Exodus 4:9 (J); of dry ground as path of Israel through Red Sea Exodus 14:16,22,29; Exodus 15:19 (all P), Nehemiah 9:11; Psalm 66:6; through Jordan Joshua 4:22 (D); of dry land, opposed to sea, at creation Genesis 1:9,10 (P); compare Jonah 1:9; specifically of shore of sea Jonah 1:13; Jonah 2:11; figurative of needy Israel, to be refreshed by ׳יs spirit Isaiah 44:3 ("" צָמֵא).

dry ground, land

From yabesh; dry ground -- dry (ground, land).

see HEBREW yabesh

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