3202. yekel or yekil
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yekel or yekil: to be able
Original Word: יְכֵל
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: yekel or yekil
Phonetic Spelling: (yek-ale')
Short Definition: able

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to yakol
to be able
NASB Translation
able (7), been able (2), could (2), overpowering (1).

יְכִל (K§ 25, a) β))

verb be able (Daniel) (ᵑ7; Nabataean (rare) SAC60; Egyptian Aramaic S-CE 8, 11+; Christian-Palestinian Aramaic Schulth83; Biblical Hebrew יָכֹל); —

Pe`al 1. with Infinitive be able to do:Perfect3masculine singular יְכִל Daniel 6:21 (subject God), 2 masculine singular יְכֵ֫לְתָּ Daniel 2:47; Imperfect3masculine singular יוּכַל (Hebraism, K§ 43, 1. Beisp. b)) Daniel 2:10, יִכֻּל Daniel 3:29 (subject a god), 2 masculine singular תוכל Daniel 5:16 (twice in verse) (<both Qr תִּכּוּל, Kl.c.); Participle יָכִל Daniel 3:17; Daniel 4:34 (both subject God); plural יָָֽכְּ לִין Daniel 2:27; Daniel 4:15; Daniel 6:5.

2 prevail (Biblical Hebrew

2) against (ל), Participle feminine singular יָָֽכְלָה Daniel 7:21.

be able, can, could, prevail

(Aramaic) or ykiyl (Aramaic) {yek-eel'}; to yakol -- be able, can, couldest, prevail.

see HEBREW yakol

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