the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2164 - זְמַן
1) to agree together, appoint a time
1a) (Ithpael) to agree beforehand
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Haph`elהַזְמִנְתּוּן, see ᵑ7 Onk Exodus 5:14 D (2) 263,403), followed by Infinitive לְמֵאמַר.
זְמַן Chald. Pael, to appoint, to establish, to prepare.
Hithpael הִזְדַּמֵּן to agree together, properly to appoint for each other time and place, Daniel 2:9 קרי. Comp. Amos 3:3 Targ. The כתיב is to be read הַזְמִנְתּוּן, and is Aphel, in which, however, this verb is used [elsewhere] neither in Syriac nor in Chaldee [?] but only in Samaritan [“and this reading is to be preferred, as being the more unusual”].
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