8455. tothach
Strong's Concordance
tothach: (a weapon) perhaps club, mace
Original Word: תּוֹתָח
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: tothach
Phonetic Spelling: (to-thawkh')
Definition: (a weapon) perhaps club, mace
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
(a weapon) perhaps club, mace
NASB Translation
clubs (1).

תּוֺתָ֑ח noun masculine name of a weapon, perhaps club, mace (or dart, javelin; "" כִּידוֺן); — Job 41:21.

יתם (√ of following; compare Arabic , be alone, bereaved, Aramaic adjective and substantive , ᵑ7 יִתָּם = יָתוֺם; see LagBN 30 BaNB 194).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
enterprise, that which thing as it is, substance, sound wisdom, working

From an unused root meaning to smite; a club -- darts.

Forms and Transliterations
תוֹתָ֑ח תותח ṯō·w·ṯāḥ toTach ṯōwṯāḥ
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Englishman's Concordance
Job 41:29
HEB: כְּ֭קַשׁ נֶחְשְׁב֣וּ תוֹתָ֑ח וְ֝יִשְׂחַ֗ק לְרַ֣עַשׁ
NAS: Clubs are regarded as stubble;
KJV: Darts are counted as stubble:
INT: stubble are regarded Clubs laughs the rattling

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 8455
1 Occurrence

ṯō·w·ṯāḥ — 1 Occ.

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