5317. nopheth
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nopheth: flowing honey, honey from the comb
Original Word: נֹ֫פֶת
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: nopheth
Phonetic Spelling: (no'-feth)
Short Definition: honey

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
flowing honey, honey from the comb
NASB Translation
drippings (1), honey (3), honey from the comb (1).

נֹ֫פֶת noun masculineProverbs 24:13 flowing honey, honey from the comb (Phoenician נפת CISi.166, 8b); — ׳נ absolute Proverbs 5:3 3t., construct Psalm 19:11; — sweet Proverbs 24:13 ("" דְּבַשׁ), compare Proverbs 27:7; figurative of sweet words Proverbs 5:3, and perhaps Songs 4:11 (Bu of kisses; "" דְּבַשׁ, חָלָב); in full ׳נ צוּפִים Psalm 19:11 honey of (the) combs (compare with ׳מִשְׁפְטֵי י; "" דְּבַשׁ).

נֶפְתּוֺחַ see פתח.

נַמְּתּוּלִים, נַפְתָּלִי see פתל.


From nuwph in the sense of shaking to pieces; a dripping i.e. Of honey (from the comb) -- honeycomb.

see HEBREW nuwph

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