3851. lahab
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lahab: flame, blade
Original Word: לַ֫הַב
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: lahab
Phonetic Spelling: (lah'-hab)
Short Definition: flame

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
flame, blade
NASB Translation
blade (2), flame (6), flames (1), flashing (2).

לַ֫הַב noun masculine flame, blade; — ׳ל absolute Judges 3:22,22 2t.; construct Judges 13:20 5t.; plural לְהָבִים Isaiah 13:8; construct לַהֲבֵי Isaiah 66:15; —

1 flame of altar, Judges 13:20 (twice in verse) הַמִּזְבֵּחַׅ ׳) אֵשׁ אוֺכְלָה ׳ל, of ׳יs is judgement Isaiah 29:6; Isaiah 30:30; Isaiah 66:15 (in all "" forces of nature, whirlwind, thunder, earthquake, rain, hail, etc.); figurative מְּנֵיהֶם ׳מְּנֵי ל Isaiah 13:8 (i.e. hot with excitement, compare Di); simile Joel 2:5 אֵשׁ ׳כְּקוֺל ל (of rush of locusts); figurative of breath of crocodile Job 41:13.

2 of flashing point of spear Job 39:23; blade of sword Nahum 3:3; in prose, Judges 3:22 (twice in verse).

blade, bright, flame, glittering

From an usused root meaning to gleam; a flash; figuratively, a sharply polished blade or point of a weapon -- blade, bright, flame, glittering.

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