the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #6441 - פְּנִימָה
1) toward the inside, within, faceward
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מְּנִ֫ימָה adverb (ה locative)
1 towards the (in-)side.
2 within (literally faceward, from point of view of one entering by opposite door); — of a building, usually temple:
1 after verb of motion Leviticus 10:18; 2 Chronicles 29:18, and (after הִגִּיד) 2 Kings 7:11, also ׳לִפ Ezekiel 41:3; 2 Chronicles 29:16.
2׳פ 1 Kings 6:18, also ׳לִפ 1 Kings 6:30, so read also 1 Kings 6:29 (for ᵑ0מִלִּפְנִים, see Kmp Kau Kit Benz), Ezekiel 40:16 (twice in verse), also Psalm 45:14 ᵑ0, i.e. within the house, but Krochm Gr Che and others (plausibly) מְּנִינִים, q. v.; ׳מִמּ 1 Kings 6:19,21.= 2 Chronicles 3:4.
פְּנִימָה Milêl (from פָּנִים, signif. 4, with ה local, compare as to the retention of the pl. termination יָמִימָה and אֵילִמָה Exodus 15:27; Numbers 33:9), prop. to the wall of the house, or room, or court, which is opposite the door, and meets the eyes of those who come in, ἐν τοῖς ἐνωπίοις, where the throne stood in royal palaces; Psalms 45:14, “all splendid (sits) the daughter of the king (the queen) פְּנִימָה by the wall,” i.e. is seated on the throne. Hence on the inner wall (so also Gr. ἐνώπια), 1 Kings 6:18 within, in the house, 2 Kings 7:11 inward, 2 Chronicles 29:18. With prefixes
(1) לִפְנִימָה inside, within, 1 Kings 6:30 inwards, Ezekiel 41:3. לִפְנִימָה לְ within any thing, Ezekiel 40:16. מִלִּפְנִים inwardly (von innen), 1 Kings 6:29.
(2) מִפְּנִימָה within (von innen), 1 Kings 6:19, 21 1 Kings 6:21; 2 Chronicles 3:4. Hence
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