4220. meach
Strong's Concordance
meach: a fatling
Original Word: מֵחַ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: meach
Phonetic Spelling: (may'-akh)
Definition: a fatling
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
a fatling
NASB Translation
fat beasts (1), wealthy (1).

[מֵחַ] noun [masculine] fatling (Phoenician מח fat (adjective ); Late Hebrew מֵיחָא figurative of choice flour); — only plural absolute: עֹלוֺת מֵיחִים Psalm 66:15 burnt offerings of fatlings; so מֵחִים Isaiah 5:17 ("" כְּבָשִׂים) according to Hi Du CheHpt (read חֳרָבוֺת and strike out גָּרִים); most, fat ones, figurative for rich men.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
fatling one

From machah in the sense of greasing; fat; figuratively, rich -- fatling (one).

see HEBREW machah

Forms and Transliterations
מֵחִ֖ים מֵחִ֣ים מחים mê·ḥîm meChim mêḥîm
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Englishman's Concordance
Psalm 66:15
HEB: עֹ֘ל֤וֹת מֵחִ֣ים אַעֲלֶה־ לָּ֭ךְ
NAS: to You burnt offerings of fat beasts, With the smoke
KJV: unto thee burnt sacrifices of fatlings, with the incense
INT: burnt of fat shall offer With

Isaiah 5:17
HEB: כְּדָבְרָ֑ם וְחָרְב֥וֹת מֵחִ֖ים גָּרִ֥ים יֹאכֵֽלוּ׃
NAS: in the waste places of the wealthy.
KJV: and the waste places of the fat ones shall strangers
INT: their pasture the waste of the wealthy and strangers will eat

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 4220
2 Occurrences

mê·ḥîm — 2 Occ.

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