4580. maog
Strong's Concordance
maog: a cake
Original Word: מָעוֹג
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: maog
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-ogue')
Definition: a cake
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as uggah
a cake
NASB Translation
bread (1), feast (1).

מָעוֺג noun [masculine] cake; — absolute 1 Kings 17:12; לַעֲגֵי ׳מ Psalm 35:16 mockers of (for) a cake, i. e. buffoons, but ᵐ5 Che and others read לָֽעֲגוּ לֹעֲגַי) לַעַג.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
cake, feast

From uwg; a cake of bread (with la'eg a table- buffoon, i.e. Parasite) -- cake, feast.

see HEBREW uwg

see HEBREW la'eg

Forms and Transliterations
מָע֑וֹג מָע֔וֹג מעוג mā‘ōwḡ mā·‘ō·wḡ maog
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Englishman's Concordance
1 Kings 17:12
HEB: יֶשׁ־ לִ֣י מָע֔וֹג כִּ֣י אִם־
NAS: I have no bread, only a handful
KJV: I have not a cake, but an handful
INT: no have bread for no

Psalm 35:16
HEB: בְּ֭חַנְפֵי לַעֲגֵ֣י מָע֑וֹג חָרֹ֖ק עָלַ֣י
NAS: jesters at a feast, They gnashed
KJV: mockers in feasts, they gnashed
INT: godless jesters A feast gnashed with

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 4580
2 Occurrences

mā·‘ō·wḡ — 2 Occ.

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