N OTE .In the case of words common to Biblical Aramaic and Biblical Hebrew the etymological matter already given with the Hebrew words is not repeated here. The sign is prefixed to all words peculiar to the Biblical Aramaic. In other cases, except where T or Syriac is mentioned alone, it may be understood that the words occur also in the Aramaic of the Targums and in Syriac, even when this is not expressly stated.
[ אֵב S 3, 4 TWOT 1a, 2554 GK 4 K § 55, 5 a ) 2 ] n.m. fruit ( BH; √ אבב ) ;sf. 3 ms. אִנְבֵּהּ (K§ 11, 4b)) Dn 4:9, 11, 18.
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v. vide , see. prefixed, or added, or both, indicates All passages cited. K E. Kautzsch, Grammatik de bible. Aramaic
n. nomen , noun.