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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #0343 - אֵיד
1) distress, burden, calamity
1a) burden (of the righteous)
1b) calamity (of nation)
1c) disaster (of wicked)
1d) day of calamity
km) dfam (מאוד MAWD) - Many: An abundance of things (many, much, great) , action (complete, wholly, strong, quick) or character (very) . KJV (299): very, greatly, sore, exceedingly, great, much, diligently, good, might - Strongs: H3966 (מְאֹד)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 national calam. of Israel (apostate) Jeremiah 18:17; Ezekiel 35:5; Obadiah 13 (3t. in verse); of Egypt Jeremiah 46:21; Moab Jeremiah 48:16; Edom (עֵשָׂו׳א) Jeremiah 49:8; Hazor Jeremiah 49:32.
2 of righteous sufferer 2 Samuel 22:19 = Psalm 18:19 compare אֵל׳א i.e. from God Job 31:23 & אָרְחוֺת אֵידָם Job 30:12 their calamitous paths (suffix reference to bereavement, pain, etc.)
3 often of wicked Job 18:12; Job 21:17; Job 31:3; Proverbs 1:26,27 (wisd. mocks at; "" מַּחַד) Proverbs 6:15; Proverbs 24:22; also ׳יוֺם א Deuteronomy 32:35; Job 21:30 (compare above 2 Samuel 22:19 = Psalm 18:19; Proverbs 27:10; Jeremiah 18:17; Jeremiah 46:21; Obadiah 13 (3t. in verse) where "" יוֺם אֹבֶד יוֺם צָרה Jeremiah 46:12; Jeremiah 46:14, compare יוֺם יהוה Jeremiah 46:15).
אֵיד m., prop. a burden, load, by which one is oppressed, or crushed; (root אוּד No. 2); whence
(1) heavy misfortune, calamity, Psalms 18:19; Job 21:30.
(2) destruction, ruin, Job 18:12, 21:17 30:12. אֵיד אֵל “destruction of God,” i.e. sent by God.