5934. alumim
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alumim: youth, youthful vigor
Original Word: עֲלוּם
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: alumim
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-loom')
Short Definition: youth

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as elem
youth, youthful vigor
NASB Translation
youth (2), youthful vigor (2).

[עֲלוּמִים] noun plural abstract youth, youthful vigour; — only suffix עֲלוּמָיו Job 20:11 Qr (Kt עֲלוּמוֺ); עֲלוּמָיו Psalm 89:46; Job 33:25; עֲלוּמַיִךְ Isaiah 54:4.

III. עלם (√ of following, meaning dubious; compare Late Hebrew עוֺלָם (chiefly world, age); MI7, 10 עלם, Phoenician id., Aramaic עָֽלְמָא, , Nabataean עלם, Palmyrene עלמא; Arabic creation, world, etc.; Ethiopic aevum, saeculum, etc.; according to Thes and others from I. עלם the hidden, compare Köii. 1, 87; LagBN 115 compare quadril. primitive waters; Ew§ 77 a compare Ethiopic time [√ Di923]; BaZMG xliv (1890), 685 compare Assyrian ullûti, ullâ [ullânu, remote time], compare DlHWB 65 JenZA vii).


Passive participle of alam in the denominative sense of elem; (only in plural as abstract) adolescence; figuratively, vigor -- youth.

see HEBREW alam

see HEBREW elem

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