928. behalah
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behalah: dismay, sudden terror or ruin
Original Word: בֶּהָלָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: behalah
Phonetic Spelling: (beh-haw-law')
Short Definition: terror

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from bahal
dismay, sudden terror or ruin
NASB Translation
calamity (1), dismay (1), sudden terror (2).

ֶ˜בּהָלָה noun feminine dismay, sudden terror or ruin (compare Assyrian bêltu, terror, DlPr 32) — ׳בּ absolute Leviticus 26:16 2t.; plural וֶּ˜בהָלוֺת Jeremiah 15:8; — sudden terror Leviticus 26:16 ׳וְהִפְקַדְתִּ֫י עֲלֵיכֶם בּ (appositives follow); compare Jeremiah 15:8; Isaiah 65:23 לֹא יֵָֽלְדוּ לַבֶּהָלָה, Psalm 78:33 וַיְכַלבַּֿהֶבֶל יְמֵיהֶ֑ם וּשְׁנוֺתָם בַּבֶּהָלָה and he ended their days in a breath, and their years in sudden terror.

בהם (Arabic , IV. shut, x. impeded in speech, tongue-tied; Ethiopic be dumb).

terror, trouble

From bahal; panic, destruction -- terror, trouble.

see HEBREW bahal

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