973. bachal
Strong's Concordance
bachal: abhor
Original Word: בָּחל
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: bachal
Phonetic Spelling: (baw-khal')
Definition: to feel a loathing
Brown-Driver-Briggs
I. [בָּחֵל] verb feel loathing (compare Syriac **ZAW xvii {1897}, 188 disproves Syriac , and adopts the view of GeiUrschrift 270 (בחל euphemism for a √ II. בעל = loathe, with בְּ, assumed (Thes Buhl) for Jeremiah 3:14; Jeremiah 31:32; see below) (so in lexicons) nauseated (yet see GeiUrschrift, 270); NSyriac envy compare StoddardGram. 12, 57) —

Qal Perfect3feminine singular בָּֽחֲלָה Zechariah 11:8 וַתִּקְצַר נַפְשִׁי בָּהֶם וְגַם נַפְשָׁם בִי ׳בּ felt a loathing against me.

II. [בָּחֵל] verb (Arabic be avaricious); only

Pu`al Participle נַחֲלָה מְבֹחֶלֶת an inheritance gotten by greed Proverbs 20:21 Kt; < Qr Vrss מְבֹהֶלֶת ׳נ, see בהל.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
abhor,

A primitive root; to loath -- abhor, get hastily (from the margin for bahal).

see HEBREW bahal

Forms and Transliterations
בָּחֲלָ֥ה בחלה מְבֹהֶ֣לֶת מבהלת bā·ḥă·lāh bachaLah bāḥălāh mə·ḇō·he·leṯ məḇōheleṯ mevoHelet
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Proverbs 20:21
HEB: [מְבֻחֶלֶת כ] (מְבֹהֶ֣לֶת ק) בָּרִאשֹׁנָ֑ה
NAS: An inheritance gained hurriedly
INT: an inheritance abhor the beginning the end

Zechariah 11:8
HEB: וְגַם־ נַפְשָׁ֖ם בָּחֲלָ֥ה בִֽי׃
NAS: also was weary of me.
KJV: them, and their soul also abhorred me.
INT: also and their soul was weary

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 973
2 Occurrences


bā·ḥă·lāh — 1 Occ.
mə·ḇō·he·leṯ — 1 Occ.










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