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Dark
Darkness
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Dark; Darkness
Dark; Darkness [Heb. ḥōšeḵ (vb. ḥāšaḵ), maḥšāḵ (“dark place” in Ps. 74:20), ašēḵâ, ’ōp̱el, ap̱e̱lâ, ma’ap̱ēl (Josh. 24:7), ma’pēlyâ (Jer. 2:31), arāp̱el (“thick [deep] darkness”), ṣalmāweṯ (“deep darkness”), alātâ (Gen. 15:17; Ezk. 12:6f, 12), ‘êp̱â (Am. 4:13;
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DARK; DARKNESS
DARK; DARKNESS<dark>, <dark’-nes> ([חשֶׁךְ‎, choshekh]; [σκότος, skotos]):
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Dark, Darkness
DARK, därk, DARKNESS, därkʹnes (חשֶׁךְ‎, ḥōshekh; σκότος, skótos): The day and night, light and darkness, are notable antitheses in Pal.
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