1978. halik
Strong's Concordance
halik: a step
Original Word: הֲלִיכִים
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: halik
Phonetic Spelling: (haw-leek')
Short Definition: steps
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from halak
a step
NASB Translation
steps (1).

[הָלִיךְ] noun [masculine] step, only plural suffix בִּרְחֹץ הֲלִיכַי בְּחֵמָה Job 29:6 when my steps were bathed in cream (חֵמָה = חֶמְאָה) heperb. of abundance wealth.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From halak; a walk, i.e. (by implication) a step -- step.

see HEBREW halak

Forms and Transliterations
הֲלִיכַ֣י הליכי hă·lî·ḵay haliChai hălîḵay
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 1978
1 Occurrence

hă·lî·ḵay — 1 Occ.

Job 29:6
HEB: בִּרְחֹ֣ץ הֲלִיכַ֣י בְּחֵמָ֑ה וְצ֥וּר
NAS: When my steps were bathed in butter,
KJV: When I washed my steps with butter,
INT: were bathed my steps butter and the rock

1 Occurrence

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