572. amtachath
Lexical Summary
amtachath: a sack
Original Word: אַמְתַּחַת
Transliteration: amtachath
Phonetic Spelling: (am-takh'-ath)
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Short Definition: a sack
Meaning: something expansive, a bag
Strong's Concordance

From mathach; properly, something expansive, i.e. A bag -- sack.

see HEBREW mathach


H572. amtachath

אַמְתַּ֫חַתnoun feminine sack, only Genesis 42-44; — ׳א‎ construction Genesis 44:2, 12; suffix אַמְתַּחְתִּי42:28, אַמְתַּחְתּוֺ42:27 2t.; plural construct אַמְתְּחֹת44:1; suffix אַמְתְּחֹתֵינוּ43:18 3t.; אַמְתְּחֹתֵיכֶם43:12, 23; — sack (s) in which brethren of Joseph carried corn from Egypt; in phrase אַמ ׳בְּטִי42:27 in the mouth of the sack, so 43:12, 21; 44:1-2, 8; elsewhere 42:28; 43:18, 21, 22, 23; 44:1, 11, 11, 12 (all J).


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