4618. maanah
Strong's Concordance
maanah: a field for plowing
Original Word: מַעֲנָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: maanah
Phonetic Spelling: (mah-an-aw')
Definition: a field for plowing
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from anah; place for (doing) a task
a field for plowing
NASB Translation
furrow (1), furrows (1).

מַעֲנָה noun feminine place for task (?), specifically field for ploughing: — plural suffix לְמַעֲנוֺתָם Psalm 129:3 Kt they have extended their ploughing-grounds (Qr מַעֲנִיתָם); singular מַעֲנָה only 1 Samuel 14:14, where text corrupt and meaning dubious see Commentaries

מַעֲנִית Psalm 129:3 Qr see foregoing.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From anah, in the sense of depression or tilling; a furrow -- + acre, furrow.

see HEBREW anah

Forms and Transliterations
לְמַעֲנִיתָֽם׃ למעניתם׃ מַעֲנָ֖ה מענה lə·ma·‘ă·nî·ṯām ləma‘ănîṯām lemaaniTam ma‘ănāh ma·‘ă·nāh maaNah
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Englishman's Concordance
1 Samuel 14:14
HEB: אִ֑ישׁ כְּבַחֲצִ֥י מַעֲנָ֖ה צֶ֥מֶד שָׂדֶֽה׃
NAS: within about half a furrow in an acre
KJV: within as it were an half acre of land,
INT: men half A furrow an acre of land

Psalm 129:3
HEB: [לְמַעֲנֹותָם כ] (לְמַעֲנִיתָֽם׃ ק)
NAS: They lengthened their furrows.
KJV: they made long their furrows.
INT: plowed lengthened furrow

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 4618
2 Occurrences

lə·ma·‘ă·nî·ṯām — 1 Occ.
ma·‘ă·nāh — 1 Occ.

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