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•[דָּאֵב S 1669 TWOT 392 GK 1790 ] vb. become faint, languish (NH id. Hiph.; cf. Arabic دَأَبَ ( da˒aba ) toil, weary oneself; v. also דְּאָבָה , דְּאָבוֹן & cf.
דוב ) Qal Pf. 3 fs. דָּֽאֲבָה ψ 88:10 (subj. עַיִן ); Inf. לְדַאֲבָה Je 31:12 לֹא יֹוסִיפוּ לְד׳ (subj. ransomed Israel);— Je 31:25 has נֶפֶשׁ דָּֽאֲבָה , of hunger ( || נֶפֶשׁ עֲיֵפָ˜ה ), where adj. or pt. seems needed; Hi Gf דְּאֵבָה or דֹּאֲבָה (the punctuators had, according to them, the Aramaic participle in mind); Thes makes relative clause.

דְּאָבָה S 1670 TWOT 392a GK 1791 n.f. faintness, failure of mental energy, dismay Jb 41:14 וּלְפָנָיו תָּדוּץ דְּאָבָה and before him (i.e. the crocodile) danceth dismay .

Heb. Hebrew. = equivalent, equals. OT Old Testament. prefixed, or added, or both, indicates All passages cited. S Strongs Concordance
TWOT Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament . GK Goodrick/Kohlenberger numbering system of the NIV Exhaustive Condordance . vb. verb.

NH New (Late) Hebrew. cf. confer , compare.
v. vide , see. Pf. Perfect. fs. feminine singular. Inf. Infinitive.
|| parallel, of words (synonymous or contrasted); also of passages; sometimes = see parallel, or see also parallel.
adj. adjective.
pt. Participle.

Hi F. Hitzig. Gf K. H. Graf. Thes W. Gesenius, Thesaurus Linguae Hebraeae .
n. nomen , noun.
f. feminine, feminae.

דּ , Dāleth, fourth letter; in modern Heb. = numeral 4; ד ̈ = 4000; no evidence of this usage in OT times.

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