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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1718 - דָּדָה
1) to move slowly
1a) (Hithpael) to walk deliberately
1073) dd (דד DD) AC: Move CO: Breasts AB: Passion: The pictograph d is a picture of the a tent door which hangs down from the top of the tent entrance. The use of this letter twice indicates "two danglers" representing a womans breasts. The part of the female body invoking heat of passion and love. (eng: udder; dad - as beloved; teat - a double exchange for a t and d)
Nm) dfd (דוד DWD) - I. Pot:Pot A pot used for boiling liquids. II. Beloved:One who is loved. Also the uncle as one who is loved by the nephew. KJV (68): beloved, uncle, love, wellbeloved,. basket, pot, kettle, caldron - Strongs: H1730 (דֹּד), H1731 (דּוּד)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
דָּדָה to go slowly, a secondary root contracted from the fuller دَأْدَأَ. II. to delay, loiter, to go on slowly, to waver or totter in going. [The comparison with this Arabic root is spoken of doubtfully in Thes.] Ch. and Talmud. דִּדָּה to lead slowly, e. g. a little child.
Hithpael הִדַּדָּה (for הִתְדַּדָּה), Isaiah 38:15, אֶדַּדֶּה כָל־שְׁנוֹתַי “all my years I will go slowly” (i.e. submissively, comp. הָלַךְ אַט 1 Kings 21:27), i.e. I will act modestly and submissively, as if, I would never cease to lament. Hence used of the solemn slowness of a procession, Psalms 42:5, אֶדַּדֵּם עַד בֵּית אֱלֹהִים “I went with them to the house of God.” The suffix ־ֵם is for לָהֶם; and the dative is to be referred to this, that the Poet [Psalmist], as leader of the choir as it were, made way for the people.
the Week of Proper 7 / Ordinary 12