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Blow (Strike)
Blow
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Blow
Blow [Heb. makkâ (Jer. 14:17; 30:14), maḥaṣ (Isa. 30:26)]; AV also WOUND, STROKE; NEB also STRIKE, etc.; [naḥaṯ] (“descending blow [of his arm],” Isa. 30:30); AV “lighting down”; NEB “sweeping down”; [māḥaq (Jgs. 5:26), nāḵâ (Nu. 35:21), šānâ (2 S. 20:10)]; AV SMITE, STRIKE; NEB STRIKE,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BLOW
BLOW<blo> (נָשַׁ‎ [nashaph]): Used with reference to the wind (Exodus 15:10; Psalm 78:26; 147:18; [πνέω, pneo], “to breathe,” Luke 12:55; John 3:8; Revelation 7:1); תָּקַע‎ [taqà], with reference to trumpet sound (Numbers 10:3-10; 31:6 the King James Version; Judges 7:18, 20;
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Blow
BLOW, blō (נָשַׁף‎, nāshaph): Used with reference to the wind (Ex 15:10; Ps 78:26; 147:18; πνέω, pnéō, “to breathe,” Lk 12:55; Jn 3:8; Rev 7:1); תָּקַע‎, tāḳa‛, with reference to trumpet sound (Nu 10:3, 4–10; 31:6 AV; Jgs 7:18, 20; 1 K 1:34; 1 Ch 15:24; Ps 81:3; Ezk 33:3, 6; Hos 5:8; Joel 2:1, 15);