3597. kelappoth
Strong's Concordance
kelappoth: an axe
Original Word: כֵּילַפֹּת
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: kelappoth
Phonetic Spelling: (kay-laf')
Short Definition: hammers
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of foreign origin
Definition
an axe
NASB Translation
hammers (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
כֵּילַמּוֺת noun [feminine] axe (loan-word (compare Frä74) from Assyrian kalappatu see DlHWB 333) — יַהֲלֹמ֑וּן ׳בְּכַשִּׁיל וְכ Psalm 74:6 ("" קַרְדֻּמּוֺת Psalm 74:5).

כִּימָה see below כום.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
hammer

From an unused root meaning to clap or strike with noise; a club or sledge-hammer -- hammer.

Forms and Transliterations
וְ֝כֵֽילַפֹּ֗ת וכילפת vecheilapPot wə·ḵê·lap·pōṯ wəḵêlappōṯ
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Strong's Hebrew 3597
1 Occurrence


wə·ḵê·lap·pōṯ — 1 Occ.

Psalm 74:6
HEB: יָּ֑חַד בְּכַשִּׁ֥יל וְ֝כֵֽילַפֹּ֗ת יַהֲלֹמֽוּן׃
NAS: They smash with hatchet and hammers.
KJV: thereof at once with axes and hammers.
INT: all hatchet and hammers smash

1 Occurrence

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