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Strong's #02087 - זָדוֹן
1) pride, insolence, presumptuousness, arrogance
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 insolence, presumption toward men; affirmed of David by Eliab 1 Samuel 17:28 ("" רֹעַ לְבָבֶ֑ךָ); usually
2 of presumptuous godlessness (compare זוּד, זֵד), exhibited in disobedience to priest or judge Deuteronomy 17:12; in false prediction Deuteronomy 18:22; in General Proverbs 11:2 (opposed to צְנוּעִים), Proverbs 13:10; ׳עֶבְרַת ז Proverbs 21:24 (compare זֵד); לִבֶּ֑ךָ׳ז) Jeremiah 49:16 ( = Obadiah 3) presumption of thine heart; of Babylon personified under figure of ׳ז Jeremiah 50:31,32; dubious is ׳מָּרַח הַזּ Ezekiel 7:10 insolence hath blossomed (preceded by צָץ הַמַּטֶּה) i.e. either of Israel as demanding punishment, or of Babylon as instrument of punishment.
זָדוֹן constr. זְדוֹן (as if from the root זָדָה = זִיד), with suff. זְדֹנְךָ 1 Samuel 17:28; Jeremiah 49:16, swelling, pride; as joined with insolence and arrogance, haughtiness. Proverbs 11:2, 13:10 21:24, זְדוֹן לִבֶּךָ “the haughtiness of the heart;” Jeremiah 49:16; Obadiah 1:3; Deuteronomy 17:12. As a concrete used of Babylon, as the most haughty, Jeremiah 50:31, 32 Jeremiah 50:32.