8565. tan
Strong's Concordance
tan: a jackal
Original Word: תַּן
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: tan
Phonetic Spelling: (tan)
Definition: a jackal
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
a jackal
NASB Translation
jackals (14).

[תַּן] noun [masculine and] feminineLamentations 4:3 jackal (so most; TrNHB 109 ff., 263 f. Shipley-CookEncy. Bib. JACKAL; but wolf PostHast. DB DRAGON, compare CheIsaiah 13:22 and (rare) Arabic ); — plural תַּנִּים Micah 1:8 +, תַּנִּין Lamentations 4:3 (Ges§ 87e), לְתַנּוֺת Malachi 1:3 (si vera lectio; ᵐ5 Thes and others interpret = dwellings, Sta Now conjecture נְאוֺת, Marti נָתַתִּי לְ); — jackal, howling mournfully in waste places, Micah 1:8; Job 30:29 (both "" בְּנוֺת יַעֲנָה), Isaiah 13:22 ("" אִיִּים), in desert also Isaiah 43:20 ("" בְּנוֺת יַעֲנָה); deserted sites called ׳מְעוֺן ת Jeremiah 9:10; Jeremiah 10:22; Jeremiah 49:33; Jeremiah 51:37, ׳נְוֵה ת Isaiah 34:13; Isaiah 35:7, ׳מְקוֺם ת Psalms; מִדְבָּר ׳ת Malachi 1:3 (si vera lectio, but see above); ׳ת as snuffing up wind Jeremiah 14:6, giving suck Lamentations 4:3.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
dragon, whale

From an unused root probably meaning to elongate; a monster (as preternaturally formed), i.e. A sea-serpent (or other huge marine animal); also a jackal (or other hideous land animal) -- dragon, whale. Compare tanniyn.

see HEBREW tanniyn

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