4483. mena or menah
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mena or menah: to number, reckon
Original Word: מְנָא
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: mena or menah
Phonetic Spelling: (men-aw')
Short Definition: appointed

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to manah
to number, reckon
NASB Translation
appoint (1), appointed (3), numbered (1).

מְנָה verb number, reckon (see Biblical Hebrew); —

Pe`al Perfect3masculine singular ׳מ Daniel 5:26 God has numbered (the days of) thy kingdom (accusative; i.e. put an end to it); — מְנֵא see below

Pa`el appoint, accusative of person: Perfect3masculine singular מַנִּי Daniel 2:24 (+ Infinitive), Daniel 2:49 (ל person + עַל of thing); 2 masculine singular מִבִּיתָ Daniel 3:12 (עַל of thing); Imperative masculine singular מֶנִּי (K§, 47, 3, c)) Ezra 7:25.

number, ordain, set

(Aramaic) or mnah (Aramaic) {men-aw'}; corresponding to manah; to count, appoint -- number, ordain, set.

see HEBREW manah

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