the Week of Proper 4 / Ordinary 9
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #035 - אֲבִיּוֹנָה
1) caper-berry — of stimulating desire
1033) ib (בי BY) AC: Need CO: Empty AB: Sorrow: The pictograph b , a picture of the house represents what is inside. The i is the hand. When combined these mean "inside the hand". An empty hand desiring to be filled. This root is closely related to aband eb.
A) ib (בי BY) AC: ? CO: ? AB: ?
Nm ) ib (בי BY) - Excuse Me: Used as an introduction for an entreaty or request. KJV (12): O, oh, alas - Strongs: H994 (בִּי)
C) iba (אבי ABY) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Need: A void within oneself that desires to be filled.
cm) ifba (אבוי ABWY) - Sorrow: A pain of desire. KJV (1): sorrow - Strongs: H17 (אֲבוֹי)
jm) nfiba (אביונ ABYWN) - Poor: One who is in need. KJV (61): needy, poor, beggar - Strongs: H34 (אֶבְיוֹן)
jf1) enfiba (אביונה ABYWNH) - Desire: Something looking to be filled. KJV (1): desire - Strongs: H35 (אֲבִיּוֹנָה)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
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אֲבִיּוֹנָה f., prop. appetite, desire (from the root אָבָה No. 1), hence the caper berry, which is said to stimulate both appetite and sexual desire (Plut. Quæst. Symp. vi. 2; Plin. N. H. xiii. 23; xx. 15), Ecclesiastes 12:5. It is rendered caper by the LXX., Vulg., Syr. The Rabbies use the the pl. אֶבְיוֹנִין as denoting not only capers, but also the small fruits of trees, as myrtles, olives, etc.
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