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Chide
Chiding
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chide
Chide [Heb. rîḇ]; NEB “be the accuser.” The RSV translates the term rîḇ as “chide” only once, in Ps. 103:9, where it is used in the sense of conducting a legal case or a suit against someone.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHIDE
CHIDE<chid>: Only in the Old Testament, translating Hebrew רִיב‎ [ribh], a word which is more frequently rendered “strive.” Since in Genesis 31:36; Judges 8:1; Psalm 103:9, the strife is one of words, it means in these passages, “scold,” or “sharply censure,” and is applied either to mutinous
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Chide
CHIDE, chīd: Only in the OT, translating Heb רִיב‎, rībh, a word which is more frequently rendered “strive.” Since in Gen 31:36; Jgs 8:1; Ps 103:9, the strife is one of words, it means in these passages, “scold,” or “sharply censure,” and is applied either to mutinous protests and reproaches of inferiors