8481. tachton
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tachton: lower, lowest
Original Word: תַּחְתּוֹן
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: tachton
Phonetic Spelling: (takh-tone')
Short Definition: lower

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from tachath
lower, lowest
NASB Translation
lower (11), lowest (2).

תַּחְתּוֺן adjective lower, lowest; — absolute ׳תּ Joshua 16:3 +, feminine singular תֹּנָה- Isaiah 22:9 +, feminine plural תֹּנֹת- Ezekiel 42:5,6; — lower, Isaiah 22:9 ׳הַבְּרֵכָה הַתּ the lower pool (in Jerusalem), of pavement and gate of outer (lower). temple-court Ezekiel 40:18,19 (l. הַתַּחְתּוֺן ׳השּׁ), of lower ledge (עֲזָרְה) of altar, Ezekiel 43:14; of the lowest of the three stories of side-chambers surrounding the temple, 1 Kings 6:6 ׳הַיָּצוּעַ הַתּ, + 1 Kings 6:8a (see תִּיכוֺן), Ezekiel 41:7 (read וּמִן for וְבֵן), Ezekiel 42:5,6; in place-name, ׳בֵּיתחֹֿרוֺן תּ Joshua 16:3; Joshua 18:13; 1 Kings 9:17 ("" 2 Chronicles 8:5 ׳הַתּ), ׳בֵּיתחֹֿרוֺן הַתּ 1 Chronicles 7:24; 2Chronicles 8:5.


Or tachton {takh-tone'}; from tachath; bottommost -- lower(-est), nether(-most).

see HEBREW tachath

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