the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #5000 - נָאוֶה
1) comely, beautiful, seemly
1a) comely, beautiful
Nm) an (נא NA) - I. Raw:Meat that is not fit for consumption in the sense of refusal. II. Please:A pleading or request for something. KJV (10): raw, now, beseech, pray, oh, go - Strongs: H4994 (נָא), H4995 (נָא)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 comely, beautiful, of woman Song of Solomon 1:5; Song of Solomon 6:4 ("" יָפָה) of face Song of Solomon 2:14 (מַרְאֶה) so נָוָה Jeremiah 6:2 (figurative of Jerusalem; "" מְעֻנָּגָה); of mouth Song of Solomon 4:3 ("" שְׂפָתוֺת).
2 seemly, of praise תְּהִלָּה Psalm 33:1; Psalm 147:1; subject שְׂפַתיֶֿתֶר Proverbs 17:7 (compare Song of Solomon 4:3); תַּעֲנוּג Song of Solomon 19:10; כָּבוֺד Song of Solomon 26:1. So also Psalm 93:5 Masora (anomalous feminine) see [נאה] above
נְאוֺת see II. [ נָוָה] below II. נוה.
נאם √ of following; compare groan, sigh; perhaps also Late Hebrew נוּם speak).
נָאוֶה (for נַאֲוֶה, from the root נָאָה) adj., only in f. נָאוָה.
(1) becoming, seemly, followed by לְ Psalms 33:1, לַיְשָׁרִים נָאוָה תְהִלָּה “praise is becoming for the upright;” Proverbs 17:7, 19:10 26:1.
(2) beautiful, Song of Solomon 1:5, 6:4. Compare נָוֶה, נָוָה.
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