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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical DictionaryHebrew Lexicon

Strong's #1772 - דַּיָּה

Transliteration
dayâh
Phonetics
dah-yaw'
Root Word (Etymology)
intensive from (H1675)
Parts of Speech
Noun Feminine
TWOT
394b
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) a bird of prey (perhaps the kite)

Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (2)
Deuteronomy 1
Isaiah 1
NAS (1)
Isaiah 1
HCS (2)
Deuteronomy 1
Isaiah 1
BSB (2)
Deuteronomy 1
Isaiah 1
ESV (1)
Isaiah 1
WEB (1)
Isaiah 1
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1074) ed (דה DH) AC: Attack CO: Bird of prey AB: ?: The pictograph d is a picture of the a tent door with the extended meaning of moving back and forth. The e represents one who is looking and pointing at a great sight. Combined these mean "a back and forth looking". Birds of prey fly around in a circle in search of their prey and dive down on it when seen.

D) ead (דאה DAH) AC: Dive CO: Eagle AB: ?: A bird of prey that dives down on its prey.

V) ead (דאה DAH) - Dive: KJV (4): (vf: Paal) fly - Strongs: H1675 (דָּאָה)

Nf1) ead (דאה DAH) - Daah: An unknown bird of prey. KJV (1): vulture - Strongs: H1676 (דָּאָה)

bf1) eiad (דאיה DAYH) - Dayyah: An unknown bird of prey. [df: hyd] KJV (2): vulture - Strongs: H1772 (דַּיָּה)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [דַּיָּה] noun feminine id. — frequenting ruins, compare Di l.c.; דַּיּוֺת Isaiah 34:15 (on הַדַּיָּה Deuteronomy 14:13 compare foregoing).


Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon, Unabridged, Electronic Database.All rights reserved. Used by permission. BibleSoft.com
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

דַּיָּה f., Deuteronomy 14:13; Isaiah 34:15, some bird of prey, dwelling amongst ruins. According to Bochart, the black vulture; compare דְּיוֹ. I prefer the falcon, or kite, called from its swift flight, so that דַּיָּה may be from דָּאָה (א doubled being changed into י like the Syr. ܫܐܶܠ Pa. ܫܰܝܶܠ). LXX. ἰκτῖνος, Vulg. milvus.


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List of Word Forms
דַיּ֖וֹת דיות וְהַדַּיָּ֖ה והדיה daiYot ḏay·yō·wṯ ḏayyōwṯ vehaddaiYah wə·had·day·yāh wəhaddayyāh
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