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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2939 - טְעֵם
1) (Peal) to feed, cause to eat
Nm) mou (תהאהמ ThAhM) - I. Taste:[Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Decree:As perceived. [Aramaic only] KJV (43): taste, judgment, behaviour, advice, understanding, commandment, matter, command, account, decree, regarded, wisdom - Strongs: H2940 (טַעַם), H2941 (טַעַם), H2942 (טְעֵם)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
טְעֵם m. Chald.
(1) taste, flavour; specially, pleasant. Daniel 5:2, בִּטְעֵם חַמְרָא “in the taste of wine,” i.e. in his cups, whilst drinking.
(2) intelligence, reason, Daniel 2:14. יְהַב טַעֲמָא to give account, Daniel 6:3. שׂוּם טְעֵם עַל to regard any thing, make account of it, Daniel 3:12.
(3) sentence, royal edict, Daniel 3:10, 12, 29. שׂוּם טְעֵם to give forth a mandate, Ezra 4:19, 21 Ezra 4:21, 5:3, Ezra 5:9, 13 Ezra 5:13, 6:1, Ezra 6:7, 13 Ezra 6:13. Used of a cause to be judged, Ezra 5:5. בְּעֵל טְעֵם holder of judicial authority, or rule, a royal prefect, Ezra 4:8, Ezra 4:9, 17 Ezra 4:17.
the Week of Proper 15 / Ordinary 20