8392. tebah
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tebah: a box, chest
Original Word: תֵּבָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: tebah
Phonetic Spelling: (tay-baw')
Short Definition: ark

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
probably of foreign origin
a box, chest
NASB Translation
ark (26), basket (2).

תֵּבָה noun feminine ark (properly chest, box (compare Late Hebrew תֵּבָה); probably Egyptian loan-word from T-b-t, chest, coffin (Brugsch, ErmanZMG xlvi (1892), 123); > Babylonian word JenZA iv (1889), 272 f. HalJAssyr., 1888 {Nov.-Dec.}, 517); — absolute ׳ת Genesis 7:1 +; construct תֵּבַת Genesis 6:14; Exodus 2:3; — vessel in which infant Moses was laid among reeds Exodus 2:3 (made of papyrus, גֹּמֶא), Exodus 2:5 (both E; ᵐ5 θῖβις, θήβη, compare LewyFremdw. 100); vessel which saved Noah and his family, with animals, during flood (ᵐ5 κιβωτός): Genesis 7:1,7,9,17,23; Genesis 8:6,9 (twice in verse); Genesis 8:10,13; Genesis 9:18 (all J), Genesis 6:14 (made of עֲצֵי נֹפֶר), Genesis 6:14; Genesis 6:15; Genesis 6:16; Genesis 6:16; Genesis 6:18; Genesis 6:19; Genesis 7:13,15,18; Genesis 8:1,4,16,19; Genesis 9:10 (all P).

תְּבוּאָה see בוא. תְּבוּנָה, תְּבוּנָם see בין.

תובנתו see בין. תְּבוּסָה see בוס.

box tree

Perhaps of foreign derivation; a box -- ark.

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