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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #02420 - חִידָה
1) riddle, difficult question, parable, enigmatic saying or question, perplexing saying or question
1a) riddle (dark obscure utterance)
1b) riddle, enigma (to be guessed)
1c) perplexing questions (difficult)
1d) double dealing (with ‘havin’)
1165) dh (ההד HhD) AC: Unite CO: Unit AB: Unity: The pictograph h is a picture of a wall. The d is a picture of a door. Combined these mean "wall door". A wall separates the inside from the outside. Only through the door can one enter or exit uniting the inside with the outside.
Nm) dh (ההד HhD) - I. Unit:A singular of a larger group. II. Sharp:The two edges of a sword that meet to form one point. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (19): one, first, together, sharp - Strongs: H2297 (חַד), H2298 (חַד), H2299 (חַד)
C) dha (אההד AHhD) AC: Unite CO: ? AB: Unity: A uniting together. All things are a unity with something else (one man is a unity of body, breath and mind, one family is a unity of father, mother and children, one tree is a unity of trunk, branches and leaves, one forest is a unity of trees) .
L) dhi (יההד YHhD) AC: Unite CO: ? AB: Unity: A uniting together. All things are a unity with something else (one man is a unity of body, breath and mind, one family is a unity of father, mother and children, one tree is a unity of trunk, branches and leaves, one forest is a unity of trees) .
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
חִידָה f. (from the root חוּד, which see; compare Daniel 5:12), properly, something twisted, involved; whence
(1) subtlety, fraud, Daniel 8:23.
(2) a difficult sentence, an enigma, compare מְלִיצָה. In proposing enigmas, the verb commonly used is חוּד which see; in solving them, הִגִּיד Judges 14:14.
(3) i.q. מָשָׁל a sententious expression, Proverbs 1:6 a parable, Ezekiel 17:2 a song, poem, Psalms 49:5, 78:2 compare Habakkuk 2:6 an oracle, a vision, Numbers 12:8.
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