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Delicates
Delicate • Delicately
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DELICATE; DELICATELY
DELICATE; DELICATELY<del’-i-kat>, <del’-i-kat-li> ([עֵדֶן‎, ̀edhen], [עָנֹג‎, ̀anogh]; [ἐν τρυφη̦̂, en truphe]): “Delicate” usually an adjective, but once a substantive (Jeremiah 51:34 the King James Version). “He hath filled his belly (the Revised Version (British and American) “maw”) with my
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Delicate, Delicately
DELICATE, delʹi-kā̇t, DELICATELY, delʹi-kā̇t-li (עֵדֶן‎, ‛ēdhen, עָנ̇ג‛ānōgh; ἐν τρυφῇ, en truphē̇): “Delicate” usually an adj., but once a subst. (Jer 51:34 AV), “He hath filled his belly [RV “maw”] with my delicates.” RV retains the word, but ARV very properly has replaced it with “delicacies.”