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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6760 - צָלַע
1) to limp, be lame
1a1) to limp
1a2) to be lame
Nf) oly (תסלאה TsLAh) - I. Side:The side of anything. II. Limp:As favoring one side. KJV (45): rib, side, chamber, board, corner, another, beam, halting, leaves, planks, halt, adversity - Strongs: H5967 (עֲלַע), H6761 (צֶלַע), H6763 (צַלְעָה)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
צָלַע to limp, to become lame, prop. to incline to one side, Arab. ظع and ظاع id. (perhaps denom. from צֵלָע), Genesis 32:32. Part. f. חַצֹּלֵעָה coll. limping flocks, i.e. flocks wearied with the heat and with journeying; used figuratively of the Israelites, Micah 4:6, Micah 4:7; Zephaniah 3:19.
[Derivatives, the following words.]
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