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Strong's #5697 - עֶגְלָה

Transliteration
ʻeglâh
Phonetics
eg-law'
Origin
from (H5695)
Parts of Speech
Noun Feminine
TWOT
1560b
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) heifer

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1151 ‑ δάμαλις (dam'‑al‑is);  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (14)
Genesis 1
Deuteronomy 4
Judges 1
1 Samuel 1
Isaiah 2
Jeremiah 3
Hosea 2
NAS (12)
Genesis 1
Deuteronomy 4
Judges 1
1 Samuel 1
Isaiah 1
Jeremiah 2
Hosea 2
HCS (14)
Genesis 1
Deuteronomy 4
Judges 1
1 Samuel 1
Isaiah 2
Jeremiah 3
Hosea 2
BSB (15)
Genesis 2
Deuteronomy 4
Judges 1
1 Samuel 1
Isaiah 2
Jeremiah 3
Hosea 2
ESV (9)
Genesis 1
Deuteronomy 3
Judges 1
Isaiah 1
Jeremiah 1
Hosea 2
WEB (12)
Genesis 1
Deuteronomy 3
Judges 1
Isaiah 2
Jeremiah 3
Hosea 2
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2524) lco (אהגל AhGL) AC: Round CO: Bullock AB: ?: [from: lc]

Nm ) lco (אהגל AhGL) - Bullock: From its circling around in play. KJV (35): calf, bullock - Strongs: H5695 (עֵגֶל)

Nf1) elco (אהגלה AhGLH) - I. Heifer: II. Cart:From its round wheels. KJV (39): heifer, cow, calf, cart, wagon, chariot - Strongs: H5697 (עֶגְלָה), H5699 (עֲגָלָה)

am) lcom (מאהגל MAhGL) - Trench: The trench made from the wheels of carts. Also an entrenchment. KJV (1): path, trench, goings, ways - Strongs: H4570 (מַעְגָּלָה)

af1) elcom (מאהגלה MAhGLH) - Trench: The trench made from the wheels of carts. Also an entrenchment. KJV (16): trench, path - Strongs: H4570 (מַעְגָּלָה)

bm) lico (אהגיל AhGYL) - Earring: As round. KJV (2): earring - Strongs: H5694 (עָגִיל)

cm) lfco (אהגול AhGWL) - Round: KJV (6): round - Strongs: H5696 (עָגוֹל)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 I. עֶגְלָה noun feminine heifer; — absolute ׳ע Genesis 15:9 +; construct עֶגְלַת Isaiah 7:21 +; suffix עֶגְלָתִי Judges 14:18; plural construct עֶגְלוֺת Hosea 10:5 (but see below); — heifer, Isaiah 7:21, used in ploughing Judges 14:18 (figurative), threshing Jeremiah 50:11 (דָשָׁא׳ע, in simile, see דּוּשׁ, read perhaps דָשָׁה), figurative of stateliness etc. Jeremiah 46:20; מְלֻמָּדָה׳ע Hosea 10:11 a trained heifer (simile of Ephraim); used for sacrifice 1 Samuel 16:2 (עֶגְלַת בָּקָר); cut in two for ratifying covenant Genesis 15:9 (J; מְשֻׁלֶּשֶׁת׳ע; compare עֵגֶל Jeremiah 34:18,19); in cleansing city from blood-guiltiness Deuteronomy 21:3 (בָּקָר׳ע), Deuteronomy 21:4; Deuteronomy 21:4; Deuteronomy 21:6; once of calves worshipped in Northern Israel Hosea 10:5 (where read probably עֵגֶל, so ᵐ5 We Now GASm, compare Che, see also the following suffixes masculine singular).

עֶגְלַת proper name, of a location; — שְׁלִשִׁיָּה׳ע (the) third, Eglath Isaiah 15:5 (ᵐ5 δάμαλις τριερής) Jeremiah 48:34 (ᵐ5 ἀγγελιαν Σαλασεια), near Zoar and southern border of Moab.


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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

עֶגְלָה f.

(1)  a calf, prop. one of the first year, Levit. 9:3 Micah 6:6 (comp. Maimonid. de Sacrif. i. § 14); but it is also very often

(2) a bullock, steer, heifer; used of a heifer broken in to work, Hosea 10:11 giving milk, Isaiah 7:21 yoked to the plough, Judges 14:18 of three years’ old, Genesis 15:9. And such a heifer (prop. one of the third year) not broken in, unaccustomed to the yoke (comp. Hosea 10:11; Jeremiah 31:18 Plin. viii. 4, 5), was rightly understood by the LXX., Vulg., Targ., in the words עֶגְלַת שְׁלִשִׁיָּה Isaiah 15:5; Jeremiah 48:34. Metaph. עֶגְלֵי עַמִּים bullocks of the peoples, used for leaders of the peoples, Psalms 68:31 compare עַתּוּד. (Arab. عِجْلُ Syr. ܥܶܓܠܳ, ܥܓܶܠܬܐܳ id. Eth. እደል፡ a calf, a whelp, and even an infant; see Bochart, Hieroz. i. page 273, seqq.

(3) עֶגְלָה [Eglah], pr. name of one of the wives of David, 2 Samuel 3:5; 1 Chronicles 3:3.


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List of Word Forms
בְּעֶגְלָתִ֔י בעגלתי הָֽעֶגְלָה֙ הָעֶגְלָ֖ה העגלה כְּעֶגְלָ֣ה כעגלה לְעֶגְלוֹת֙ לעגלות עֶגְלַ֖ת עֶגְלַ֣ת עֶגְלַ֤ת עֶגְלַ֥ת עֶגְלָ֣ה עֶגְלָ֤ה עֶגְלָ֥ה עגלה עגלת ‘eḡ·lāh ‘eḡ·laṯ ‘eḡlāh ‘eḡlaṯ bə‘eḡlāṯî bə·‘eḡ·lā·ṯî beeglaTi egLah egLat hā‘eḡlāh hā·‘eḡ·lāh haegLah kə‘eḡlāh kə·‘eḡ·lāh keegLah lə‘eḡlōwṯ lə·‘eḡ·lō·wṯ leeglOt
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