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Coupling
Couple • Coupled
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Couple; Coupled
Couple; Coupled [Heb. ḥāḇar]; NEB JOIN, JOINED. In the RSV the verb “couple” and the participle “coupled” translate the Hebrew verb ḥāḇar (“touch, be joined”) and the participle based on it. It refers to the place where the curtains of the tabernacle are joined together (Ex. 26:3ff; 36:10ff).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Coupling
COUPLING. Used to indicate joining together, as the curtains of the tabernacle (Ex 26:4–5; 36:11–12, 17). A similar Heb. word refers to timbers used to bind walls together (2 Chr 34:11) or to clamps of iron (1 Chr 22:3, RSV). See Joining.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
COUPLING
COUPLING<kup’ling>: Is the FV rendering of [מַחְבֶּרֶת‎, machbereth]. This Hebrew word means joining, or the place where one thing is joined to another, as of the curtains of the tabernacle (Exodus 26:4, 5), and of the different parts of the ephod (Exodus 28:27; 39:20).It is also the English Versions
COUPLE
COUPLE<kup’-l>:1. Used as a noun, indicates two objects of the same kind that are considered together. Thus we read of a couple of cakes (2 Samuel 13:6, used loosely), and a couple of asses (2 Samuel 16:1, Hebrew tsemedh).2. Used as a verb, it means to join or fasten one thing to another. This
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Coupling
COUPLING, kupʹling: Is the EV rendering of מַחְבֶּרֶת‎, maḥbereth. This Heb word means joining, or the place where one thing is joined to another, as of the curtains of the tabernacle (Ex 26:4, 5), and of the different parts of the ephod (Ex 28:27; 39:20).It is also the EV rendering of מְחַבְּרוֹת‎,
Couple
COUPLE, kupʹ’]:(1) Used as a noun, indicates two objects of the same kind that are considered together. Thus we read of a couple of cakes (2 S 13:6, used loosely), and a couple of asses (2 S 16:1, Heb çemedh).(2) Used as a vb., it means to join or fasten one thing to another. This term occurs most