taalulim: wantonness, capriceOriginal Word: תַּעֲלוּלִיםPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
wantonness, capriceNASB Translation
capricious children (1), punishments (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs תַּעֲלוּלִים noun [masculine] plural abstract wantonness, caprice
; — יִמְשְׁלוּ בָם ׳ת Isaiah 3:4 caprice shall rule over them
; suffix תַּעֲלֻלֵיהֶם Isaiah 66:4 their wanton dealing
, i.e. that inflicted on them.
II. עלל (√ of following; possibly = I. עלל (Köii. 1, 106) whence child as capricious, mischievous, but dubious; > following from עוּל; in either case original meaning quite forgotten; probably distinct √, meaning unknown).
From alal; caprice (as a fit coming on), i.e. Vexation; concretely a tyrant -- babe, delusion.
see HEBREW alal