5446. sebal
Strong's Concordance
sebal: to bear, carry (a load)
Original Word: סְבַל
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: sebal
Phonetic Spelling: (seb-al')
Short Definition: retained
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to sabal
Definition
to bear, carry (a load)
NASB Translation
retained (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
[סְבַל] verb si vera lectio bear, carry a load (see Biblical Hebrew); —

Po`. Passive participle אֻשֹּׁ֫הִי מְסוֺבְלִים (K§ 36GGA, 1884, 1016) Ezra 6:3 its foundations (be) raised (Thes and others; WCG 203, 225), very dubious; HptGu on the passage conjectures ׳מְס ׳אֶשֹּׁהִ his (God's) fire-offerings they bring (Assyrian Zabâlu), so (hesitantly) Berthol.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
strongly laid

(Aramaic) corresponding to cabal; to erect -- strongly laid.

see HEBREW cabal

Forms and Transliterations
מְסֽוֹבְלִ֑ין מסובלין mə·sō·wḇ·lîn mesovLin məsōwḇlîn
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Strong's Hebrew 5446
1 Occurrence


mə·sō·wḇ·lîn — 1 Occ.

Ezra 6:3
HEB: דִּבְחִ֔ין וְאֻשּׁ֖וֹהִי מְסֽוֹבְלִ֑ין רוּמֵהּ֙ אַמִּ֣ין
NAS: and let its foundations be retained, its height
KJV: and let the foundations thereof be strongly laid; the height
INT: sacrifices the foundations laid the height cubits

1 Occurrence

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