shelabbim: joining pieces (of stands)Original Word: שְׁלַבִּיםPart of Speech:
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joining pieces (of stands)NASB Translation
Brown-Driver-Briggs שְׁלַבִּים noun [masculine] plural joinings
of bases (ᵑ9 juncturae
); — ׳בֵּין הַשׁ 1 Kings 7:28
,29, ׳עַלהַֿשְּׁ 1 Kings 7:29
; AV RV ledges
(Kit) or frames
(Benz), joining or binding the parts together.
שׁלג (√ of following, unless loan-word; Late Hebrew = Biblical Hebrew, Ecclus 43:17c שלגו his snow; Arabic . Aramaic תַּלְגָא, , Assyrian šalgu).
From shalab; a spacer or raised interval, i.e. The stile in a frame or panel -- ledge.
see HEBREW shalab