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Strong's #6654 - צַד
Nm ) diy (תסיד TsYD) - I. Hunter:One who lays in ambush. II. Meat:The produce of the hunt. KJV (20): venison, hunter, victuals, provision, hunting, catch, food, hunting - Strongs: H6718 (צַיִד), H6719 (צַיָּד)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
צַד m. with suff. צִדּוֹ, pl. ־ִים (from the root צָדַד which see).
(1) a side, Deuteronomy 31:26; 2 Samuel 2:16, and frequently; specially apparently used of the left side, 1 Samuel 20:25; Psalms 91:7 (opp. to יָמִין). מִצַּד at the side of any thing, Deuteronomy 31:26; Joshua 12:9 עַל צַד at the side, i.e. on the arms where children are carried, Isaiah 60:4, 66:12. With ה parag. צִדָּה on the side, 1 Samuel 20:20.
(2) an adversary, Judges 2:3.
צַד Ch. i.q. Heb. No. 1, side. מִצַּד on the side, or part of, Daniel 6:5. לְצַד at or against the part of, Vulg. contra, Daniel 7:25.