5133. notsah
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notsah: plumage
Original Word: נוֹצָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: notsah
Phonetic Spelling: (no-tsaw')
Short Definition: plumage

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from natsah
NASB Translation
feathers (1), plumage (3).

נוֺצה noun feminine plumage (compare possibly Arabic hair over forehead, fore-lock of horse, Lane3033; see also Assyrian na-aƒ kappe); — of eagle ׳מָלֵא הַגּ Ezekiel 17:3 (figurative of Nebuch.; + כָּנָף, אֵבֶר); also ׳רַב נ Ezekiel 17:7 (figurative of king of Egypt; + כָּנָף); of ostrich נֹצָה Job 39:13 ("" כנף, + אֶבְרָה; compare Di Bu). Here belongs probably also בְּנֹצָתָהּ Leviticus 1:16, read בְּנֹצָתֹה (Dr-WhHpt), בנצתו (), or וְ(אֶתֿ) נֹצָתוֺ (compare Di), its feathers, of bird for burnt-offering; ᵐ5 σὺν τοῖς πτεροῖς, ᵑ9 et plumas; so AV RVm; > with its filth (i.e. of the crop) ᵑ7Onk ᵑ6 Ges Kn Ke Kal Ew RV, meaning without evidence elsewhere.

feathers, ostrich

Or notsah {no-tsaw'}; feminine active participle of natsah in the sense of flying; a pinion (or wing feather); often (collectively) plumage -- feather(-s), ostrich.

see HEBREW natsah

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