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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
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Change In Lev. 27:33, AV “the change thereof” (Heb. temûrâ) means “that for which it is exchanged” (RSV). Job 10:17, AV, “changes and war are against me,” is emended in the RSV (“thou dost bring fresh hosts against me”) and NEB (“bringest fresh forces to the attack”), following the LXX, reading
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHANGE
CHANGE<chanj>: A word which seeks to express the many shades of meaning contained in 13 variations of 9 Hebrew words and 5 Greek. These signify, in turn, “to change” “to exchange,” “to turn,” “to put or place,” “to make other” i.e. “alter,” “to disguise oneself.” חָלַף‎ [chalaph], and
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
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CHANGE, chānj: A word which seeks to express the many shades of meaning contained in 13 variations of 9 Heb words and 5 Gr. These signify, in turn, “to change,” “to exchange,” “to turn,” “to put or place,” “to make other” i.e. “alter,” “to disguise oneself.” חָלַף‎, ḥālaph, and its derivatives, occurring
Key passages
Ec 3:1–9

For everything there is an appointed time, a time for every matter under heaven: a time to bear and a time to die; a time to plant and a time to root up what is planted; a time to kill and a time to heal; a time to break down and a time …