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Strong's #6728 - צִי

from the same as (H6723)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
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1) a wild beast, desert-dweller, crier, yelper

1a) a specific wild beast but not certainly identified

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1140 ‑ δαιμόνιον (dahee‑mon'‑ee‑on);  2342 ‑ θηρίον (thay‑ree'‑on);  
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ESV (6)
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Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1401) iy (תסי TsY) AC: ? CO: Desert AB: ?: The desert nomads life was a continual traveling from one location to another always hunting for pastures. The stars and terrain served as landmarks to guide the nomad on his journey. This parent root is related to aythrough the idea of migration as an issuing out. (eng: sign)

A) iy (תסי TsY) AC: ? CO: Desert AB: ?

Nm ) iy (תסי TsY) - Ship: Just as the nomad travels the wilderness, ships are nomads of the sea. KJV (4): ship - Strongs: H6716 (צִי)

Nf1) eiy (תסיה TsYH) - Desert: KJV (16): dry, wilderness, drought, solitary, barren - Strongs: H6723 (צִיָּה)

fm) iiy (תסיי TsYY) - Desert: KJV (6): desert, wilderness - Strongs: H6728 (צִי)

jm) nfiy (תסיונ TsYWN) - I. Desert: II. Landmark:The marks in the desert which the nomad follows as road signs. KJV (5): dry, title, waymark, sign - Strongs: H6724 (צָיוֹן), H6725 (צִיּוּן)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 II. [צִי] noun masculine Jeremiah 50:39 a wild beast, properly either desert-dweller (denominative from צִיָּה, so most), or crier, yelper (√ *צוה = [ yelp, Dozy], Ba NB 188, compare Ew§ 146g, note); — in any case a specific animal, but not certainly identified; Bo Hieroz. i, lib. 3, § 14, compare Arabic wild cat; — plural צִיִּים Isaiah 13:21 (feminine אִיִּים Isaiah 13:22), Isaiah 23:13; Isaiah 34:14 (+ אִיִּים), Jeremiah 50:39 ( id.; all betokening desolation); ׳לְעַם לְצ Psalm 74:14 (read ׳לְעַם צ Hup-Now Bae); apparently of people Psalm 72:9, but probably corrupt, Ol conjectures צָרִים ("" אֹיְבָיו), and so most moderns.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

צִי m. (for צְהִי from the root צָהָה [in Thes. from צָוָה])

(1)  dryness, a dry region, a desert; whence צִיִּי an inhabitant of a desert.

(2) a ship (as if, what is dry, a dry place in the midst of the waters; unless it be preferred to derive צִי from צָוָה with the signification of erecting, setting up; compare צִיּוּן a column), Isaiah 33:21. Plur. צִים Numbers 24:24, and צִיִּים Daniel 11:30 Castell brings forward from the Arabic صَوَاَيةُ small vessel, but in the Kamûs this word is not found.

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List of Word Forms
לְצִיִּ֑ים לְצִיִּֽים׃ לציים לציים׃ צִיִּ֑ים צִיִּ֔ים צִיִּים֙ ציים lə·ṣî·yîm ləṣîyîm letziYim ṣî·yîm ṣîyîm tziYim
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