3908. lachash
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lachash: a whispering, charming
Original Word: לָ֫חַשׁ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: lachash
Phonetic Spelling: (lakh'-ash)
Short Definition: amulets

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from lachash
a whispering, charming
NASB Translation
amulets (1), charm (1), charmed (1), enchanter (1), whisper a prayer (1).

לַ֫חַשׁ noun [masculine] a whispering, charming; — ׳ל Isaiah 26:16; לָ֑חַשׁ Ecclesiastes 10:11; Isaiah 3:3; Jeremiah 8:17; plural לְחָשִׁים Isaiah 3:20. —

1 serpent-charming Ecclesiastes 10:11; נְבוֺן לָ֑חַשׁ Isaiah 3:3 (probably more General).

2 charms, amulets, worn by women, Isaiah 3:20.

3 whisper of prayer, צָקוּן לַחַשׁ Isaiah 26:16 they pour forth a whisper of prayer (but Koppe Bö Gr Di Du read צְקוֺן לַחַשׁ 'Zauberzwang,' compulsion of (by) magic).

charmed, earring, enchantment, orator, prayer

From lachash; properly, a whisper, i.e. By implication, (in a good sense) a private prayer, (in a bad one) an incantation; concretely, an amulet -- charmed, earring, enchantment, orator, prayer.

see HEBREW lachash

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