1742. davvay
Strong's Concordance
davvay: faint
Original Word: דַּוָּי
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: davvay
Phonetic Spelling: (dav-voy')
Definition: faint
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
adjective from davah
NASB Translation
faint (3).

[דַּוַּי] adjective faint (on form compare BaNB 487) — דַּוָּי֑ Isaiah 1:5 2t. — faint, always of heart Isaiah 1:5 ("" לָחֳלִי figurative of condition of people); Jeremiah 8:18; Lamentations 1:22 of sorrow and distress.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From daveh; sick; figuratively, troubled -- faint.

see HEBREW daveh

Forms and Transliterations
דַּוָּֽי׃ דַוָּֽי׃ דוי׃ davVai daw·wāy ḏaw·wāy dawwāy ḏawwāy
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Englishman's Concordance
Isaiah 1:5
HEB: וְכָל־ לֵבָ֖ב דַּוָּֽי׃
NAS: And the whole heart is faint.
KJV: is sick, and the whole heart faint.
INT: and the whole heart is faint

Jeremiah 8:18
HEB: עָלַ֖י לִבִּ֥י דַוָּֽי׃
NAS: My heart is faint [within me]!
KJV: my heart [is] faint in me.
INT: and my heart is faint

Lamentations 1:22
HEB: אַנְחֹתַ֖י וְלִבִּ֥י דַוָּֽי׃ פ
NAS: are many and my heart is faint.
KJV: [are] many, and my heart [is] faint.
INT: my groans and my heart is faint

3 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 1742
3 Occurrences

daw·wāy — 3 Occ.

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