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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #02472 - חֲלֹם
1a) dream (ordinary)
1b) dream (with prophetic meaning)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 ordinary dream of sleep Job 7:14; Job 20:8; Psalm 73:20; Ecclesiastes 5:2; Ecclesiastes 5:6; Isaiah 29:7.
2 dreams with prophetic meaning, the lowest grade of prophecy (see Br MP 6):
a. dream of Abimelek Genesis 20:3,6, of Jacob Genesis 31:10,11, Laban Genesis 31:24, Joseph Genesis 37:5,6,8,9 (twice in verse); Genesis 37:10,19,20; Genesis 42:9, Pharaoh and his servants Genesis 40:5 (3t. in verse); Genesis 40:8,9 (twice in verse); Genesis 40:16; Genesis 41:7,8,11 (twice in verse); Genesis 41:12 (twice in verse); Genesis 41:15 (twice in verse); Genesis 41:17,22,25,26,32; of a lower order of prophets than Moses Numbers 12:6, (all E, not elsewhere in Hexateuch), Job 33:15, of Midianite Judges 7:13 (twice in verse); Judges 7:15, desired by Saul 1 Samuel 28:6,15; of Song of Solomon 1Kings 3:5,15; of old men in latter days Joel 3:1, of Nebuchadnezzar Daniel 2:1,2,3 (twice in verse); Daniel הֵבִיןבְּכָלחָֿזוֺן וַחֲלֹמוֺת Daniel 1:17 had understanding in all visions and dreams.
b. of false prophets Deuteronomy 13:2; Deuteronomy 13:4; Deuteronomy 13:6; Jeremiah 23:27,28 (twice in verse); Jeremiah 23:32; Jeremiah 27:9; Jeremiah 29:8; Zechariah 10:2.