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Strong's #2467 - חֹלֶד

from the same as (H2465)
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1) weasel, mole

1a) perhaps an extinct animal, exact meaning unknown

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KJV (1)
Leviticus 1
NAS (1)
Leviticus 1
HCS (1)
Leviticus 1
BSB (1)
Leviticus 1
ESV (1)
Leviticus 1
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Leviticus 1
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2161) dlh (ההלד HhLD) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Age: A passing through a space or time. [from: lh- passing through]

Nm ) dlh (ההלד HhLD) - Age: A passing through a finite span of time or space. KJV (5): age, world, time - Strongs: H2465 (חֶלֶד)

gm) dlfh (ההולד HhWLD) - Hholed: An unknown animal that burrows in the ground. KJV (1): weasel - Strongs: H2467 (חֹלֶד)

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Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 חֹ֫לֶד noun [masculine] weasel (Late Hebrew חוּלְדָּא; Arabic mole or blind-rat, or a species of rat; on formative see Lag BN 144) — weasel Leviticus 11:29 (Vrss Ki Thes and others see especially Di; > Saad Bo MV SS Lag l.c. mole).

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

חֹלֶד m. a mole [“weasel, so called from its swift gliding motion, or from its gliding into holes; comp. Syr. ܚܠܰܕ to insinuate oneself. So Vulg., Targ. Jon., and so Talmud חולדה.”], Leviticus 11:29. (Syr. ܚܘܽܠܕܐܳ, Arabic خُلْدُ, كُلْدُ a mole). See Bochart, Hieroz. t.i.p. 1022. Oedmann, Verm. Sammlungen aus der Naturkunde, ii. p. 50.

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List of Word Forms
הַחֹ֥לֶד החלד ha·ḥō·leḏ haCholed haḥōleḏ