Feeling • Feelings
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Feel [Heb. mûš, bîn, yāḏaʿ, māṣāʾ, bāṭaḥ, kāʾēḇ; Gk. psēlapháō, zēlóō, phronéō, chaírō, peíthō]; AV also “handle,” “find,” TRUST, “have pain” (Job. 14:22), “think,” “persuaded” (He. 6:9), etc.; NEB also “What of it?” (Prov. 23:35), “untroubled” (Am. 6:1), “become black” (Job.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
FEELING. In Eph. 4:19 we find this: “and they, having become callous, have given themselves over to sensuality,” etc. The Gk. word apalegeō means “to become insensible to pain, callous, and so indifferent to truth, honor, or shame,” i.e., without feeling. The writer of the epistle to the Hebrews (4:15)
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FEELING<fel’-ing>: The following varieties of meaning are to be noted:1. “To touch,” “handle,” “grope after” ([מָשַׁשׁ‎, mashash] (Gen 27:12, 22; Ex 10:21; [מוּשׁ‎, mush], Gen 27:21; Jdg 16:26; [ψηλαφάω, pselaphao], Acts 17:27).2. “To know,” “understand,” “experience” ([בִּין‎,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
FEELING, fēlʹing: The following varieties of meaning are to be noted:(1) “To touch,” “handle,” “grope after” (מָשַׁשׁ‎, māshash (Gen 27:12, 22; Ex 10:21; מוּשׁ‎, mūsh, Gen 27:21; Jgs 16:26; ψηλαφάω, psēlapháō, Acts 17:27).(2) “To know,” “understand,” “experience” (בִּין‎, bīn, Ps 58:9; יָדַע‎, yādha‛.