329. atad
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atad: a bramble, buckthorn, also a city in Canaan
Original Word: אָטָד
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: atad
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-tawd')
Short Definition: bramble

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
a bramble, buckthorn, also a city in Canaan
NASB Translation
Atad (2), bramble (3), thorns (1).

אָטָד noun masculineJudges 9:15 bramble, buck-thorn (compare Che Psalm 58:10) (rhamnus, Arabic Assyrian e‰idu see DlW, No. 153, Aramaic אַטְדָּא compare LöwNo. 15) contracted עֵצִים Judges 9:14,15 (twice in verse) (personified, in fable); Psalm 58:10 as fuel (in figurative, compare Che); ׳כְּגֹרֶן הָא, noun, of a location, Genesis 5:10,11 (see גֹּרֶן & אבל מצרים).

אטט Arabic to emit a moaning or creaking sound (compare AWLex. 36 GesJes. i. 604 f Lanei. 66).

[אִטִּי Ol412]

noun masculine mutterer, plural אִטִּים Isaiah 19:3 mutterers ("" אֹבוֺת, יִדְּעֹנִים) i.e. either ventriloquists or whisperers of charms (compare Isaiah 8:19; Isaiah 29:4).

Atad, bramble, thorn

From an unused root probably meaning to pierce or make fast; a thorn-tree (especially the buckthorn) -- Atad, bramble, thorn.

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