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Crash
Crashing
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Crash; Crashing
Crash; Crashing [Heb. šeḇer] (Job 41:25 [MT 17]; Isa. 30:13; Zeph. 1:10); AV also BREAKING; NEB also “lashings of his tail” (Job 41:25); [šā’â, šô’â] (Job 30:14; Isa. 37:26); AV DESOLATION, “lay waste”; NEB also “tumble down”; [qôl] (Ps. 77:18); AV VOICE; NEB SOUND; [rē (a)‘] (Job 36:33);
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CRASHING
CRASHING<krash’-ing> ([שֶׁבֶר‎, shebher]): This word, meaning “a breach,” figuratively “destruction,” is translated “crashing” in Zephaniah 1:10: “a great crashing from the hills,” representing the doom to fall on evil-doers in Jerusalem, as the enemy advanced against the city from the north.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Crashing
CRASHING, krashʹing (שֶׁבֶר‎, shebher): This word, meaning “a breach,” fig. “destruction,” is trd “crashing” in Zeph 1:10: “a great crashing from the hills,” representing the doom to fall on evil-doers in Jerus, as the enemy advanced against the city from the north.