maneh: maneh, mina (a measure of weight or money)Original Word: מָנֶהPart of Speech:
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maneh, mina (a measure of weight or money)NASB Translation
maneh (1), minas (4).
Brown-Driver-Briggs מָנֶה noun masculine maneh, mina
, a weight (perhaps originally a specific part
; Late Hebrew id.
; Assyrian manû
); — ׳מ Ezekiel 45:12
; מָנִים 1 Kings 10:17
3t.; = 50 shekels Ezekiel 45:12
see Hi Co); of gold 1 Kings 10:17
; of silver Ezra 2:69
; Nehemiah 7:71
,72. — The weight of the mina was 1/60 of talent; i.e. according to older (Babylonian) standard, 982.2 grammes (= 60 shekels at approximately 16.37 g.) = approximately 2 lbs.; in Ezekiel's time the mina = 50 shekels = 818.6 g. = approximately 1 3-Feblb. (compare כִּכָּר
). See J. BenzArchaeology 187 ff.
194NowArchaeology i. 208 f
From manah; properly, a fixed weight or measured amount, i.e. (techn.) A maneh or mina -- maneh, pound.
see HEBREW manah