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Drop Down • Dropping
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Drop; Dropping; Drop Down
Drop; Dropping; Drop Down [Heb. nāšal] (Dt. 28:40); AV CAST; [‘ārap̱] (Dt. 32:2; 33:28); NEB also DRIP; [nāp̱al] (Jgs. 2:19; Ezk. 39:3); AV CEASE, FALL; NEB “give up,” DASH; [rāp̱â] (Neh. 6:9); AV WEAKENED; NEB RELAX; [šālaḵ] (2 Ch. 24:10; Job 29:17); AV CAST, PLUCK; NEB CAST, RESCUE; [nāzal]
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DROP, DROPPING
DROP, DROPPING”To drop” expresses a “distilling” or “dripping” of a fluid (Judges 5:4; Proverbs 3:20; Song 5:5, 13; Joel 3:18; Amos 9:13; compare 1 Samuel 14:26, “the honey dropped” (margin “a stream of honey”)); Job 29:22 and Isaiah 45:8 read “distil” (the King James Version
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Drop, Dropping
DROP, DROPPING: “To drop” expresses a “distilling” or “dripping” of a fluid (Jgs 5:4; Prov 3:20; Cant 5:5, 13; Joel 3:18; Am 9:13; cf 1 S 14:26, “the honey dropped” [m “a stream of honey”]); Job 29:22 and Isa 45:8 read “distil” (AV “drop”). The continuous “droppings” of rain through a leaking roof (roofs