6456. pasil
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pasil: an idol, image
Original Word: פְּסִילִים
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: pasil
Phonetic Spelling: (pes-eel')
Short Definition: idols

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from pasal
an idol, image
NASB Translation
carved images (6), engraved images (1), graven images (7), idols (8), images (1).

[מָּסִיל]23 noun masculineDeuteronomy 7:25 id.; — plural (מֶּ֫סֶל serving as singular) מְּסִילִים Judges 3:19 +; מְּסִלִים Hosea 11:2 +; construct מְּסִילֵי Jeremiah 51:47 +; suffix מְּסִילֶיךָ Micah 5:12, etc.; — idols, Hosea 11:2; Isaiah 10:10 10t., + (of wood, with שָׂרַף) Deuteronomy 7:5,25, so (with גִּדַּע) Deuteronomy 12:3; of stone Isaiah 21:9 (with שִׁבַּר ), Judges 3:19,26 (compare GFM), stone or metal Micah 1:7; 2Chronicles 34:7 (כִּתַּת), compare 2 Chronicles 34:3; 2 Chronicles 34:4; (sheathed with) silver Isaiah 30:22.

I. פסס (√ of following; perhaps compare פשׂת spread; compare Phoenician (Punic) פס tablet; Aramaic פַסָּא, , =Biblical Hebrew).

carved graven image, quarry

From pacal; an idol -- carved (graven) image, quarry.

see HEBREW pacal

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