iddan: timeOriginal Word: עִדָּןPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to iddahDefinition
moment (2), situation (1), time (8), times (2).
Brown-Driver-Briggs עִדָּן noun masculineDaniel 2:9 time
, perhaps loan-word from Assyrian adannu
, or definite, time
probably Aramaic loan-word, SchwZMG liii (1899), 197
]); — absolute ׳ע Daniel 7:12
+; emphatic עִדָּנָא Daniel 2:8
+; plural absolute עִדָּנִין Daniel 4:13
+, emphatic עִדָּנַיָּא Daniel 2:21
1 in General, time, as duration Daniel 2:8; Daniel 7:12; involving specific conditions Daniel 2:9,21; (point of) time Daniel 3:5,15.
2 definite time, = year (as modern Greek χρόνος, see EASophocles1173): ׳שִׁבְעָה ע = seven years, Daniel 4:13; Daniel 4:20; Daniel 4:22; Daniel 4:29; עִדָּן וְעִדָּנִין וּפְלַג עִדָּן Daniel 7:25 (i.e. 3 2-Janyears, see Dr; perhaps read dual for plural, compare Bev GunkSchöpf. 201).
(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to that of ed; a set time; technically, a year -- time.
see HEBREW ed