Strong's Hebrew6643. tsbiy -- beauty, honor
... roebuck From tsabah in the sense of prominence; splendor (as conspicuous); also
a gazelle (as beautiful) -- beautiful(-ty), glorious, goodly, pleasant, roe(- ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryRoebuck Roe
The Hebrew words thus translated denote some species of antelope, probably the Gazella arabica of Syria and Arabia. The gazelle was allowed as food, (12:15,22) etc.; it is mentioned as very fleet of foot, (2 Samuel 2:18; 1 Chronicles 12:8) it was hunted, (Isaiah 13:14; Proverbs 6:5) it was celebrated for its loveliness. (Solomon 2:9,17; 8:14)
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