5198. nataph
Strong's Concordance
nataph: drop
Original Word: נָטָף
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: nataph
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-tawf')
Definition: a drop
Brown-Driver-Briggs
I. [נָטָף] noun masculine drop; — נִטְפֵימָֿ֑יִם Job 36:27 ("" מָטָר, rain).

II. נָטָף noun [masculine] an odorific gum (gathered in drops), used in sacred incense Exodus 30:34 (P). Identification dubious; ᵐ5 στακτή, ᵑ9 stacte, i.e. (Hesych.) a kind of myrrh, so Kn, compare RiHWB; Rosenm Thes Ke and others storax; Rabb opobalsamum (compare Dion the passage NowArchaeology ii. 64. 248).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
drop

From nataph; a drop; specifically, an aromatic gum (probably stacte) -- drop, stacte.

see HEBREW nataph

Forms and Transliterations
נִטְפֵי־ נָטָ֤ף ׀ נטף נטפי־ nā·ṭāp̄ naTaf nāṭāp̄ niṭ·p̄ê- nitfei niṭp̄ê-
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Exodus 30:34
HEB: לְךָ֣ סַמִּ֗ים נָטָ֤ף ׀ וּשְׁחֵ֙לֶת֙ וְחֶלְבְּנָ֔ה
NAS: for yourself spices, stacte and onycha
KJV: unto thee sweet spices, stacte, and onycha,
INT: Take spices stacte and onycha and galbanum

Job 36:27
HEB: כִּ֭י יְגָרַ֣ע נִטְפֵי־ מָ֑יִם יָזֹ֖קּוּ
NAS: For He draws up the drops of water,
KJV: For he maketh small the drops of water:
INT: for draws the drops of water distill

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 5198
2 Occurrences


nā·ṭāp̄ — 1 Occ.
niṭ·p̄ê- — 1 Occ.










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