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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #8637 - תִּרְגַּל
1) to go on foot, spy out, cause to walk
1a) (Tiphel) to teach to walk
V) lcr (רגל RGL) - I. Spy:To be on foot walking through a foreign land in the sense of trampling. II. Slander:To trample another with the tongue. KJV (26): (vf: Paal, Piel) spy, view, backbite, espy, slander - Strongs: H7270 (רָגַל), H8637 (תִּרְגַּל)
Nf) lcr (רגל RGL) - I. Foot:[Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Festival:A festival requiring one to travel to in the sense of being on foot. KJV (254): foot, after, times, follow, toe, journey, leg - Strongs: H7271 (רְגַל), H7272 (רֶגֶל)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
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