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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Blast
Blast [Heb. nešāmâ, rû (a)ḥ, māšaḵ (Ex. 19:13; Josh. 6:5), qôl-šôp̱ār (Ex. 19:16), šôp̱ār (Zec. 1:16), terû‘â (Lev. 23:24)]; AV also SOUNDETH, “voice of the trumpet,” etc.; NEB also SOUNDS, ACCLAIMS.The Hebrew words nešāmâ, “breath” (2 S. 22:16; Job 4:9; Ps. 18:15), and
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BLAST
BLAST(נְשָׁמָה‎ [neshamah], רוּחַ‎ [ruach]):1. The blowing of the breath of Yahweh, expressive of the manifestation of God’s power in Nature and Providence. “With the blast of thy nostrils the waters were piled up” (Exodus 15:8), referring to the east wind (Exodus 14:21; compare 2 Samuel 22:16
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Blast
Blast. The word is used as a verb and as a noun. As a verb it means to wither or parch up (Hag. 2:17); as a noun it represents the sound of a horn or trumpet (Josh. 6:5); the anger of God (2 Kings 19:7); the violent and futile assaults of the wicked (Isa. 25:4).
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Blast
blast. This English term is used in various senses in the English versions to translate several Hebrew words. It may refer to a sound, such as a trumpet blast (e.g., tĕrûʿâ H9558, Num. 10:5), or to the destructive force of the wind, especially with reference to God’s power (e.g., rûaḥ H8120, Exod.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Blast
BLAST (נְשָׁמָה‎, neshāmāh, רוּחַ‎, a):(1) The blowing of the breath of Jeh, expressive of the manifestation of God’s power in Nature and Providence. “With the blast of thy nostrils the waters were piled up” (Ex 15:8), referring to the east wind (14:21; cf 2 S 22:16 and Ps 18:15). “I will send