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Fit
Fitly
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Fit
Fit The Hebrew phrase ʿēzer keneg̱dô in Gen. 2:18, 20 is translated “a helper fit for him” (AV “help meet for him”; NEB “partner for him”). Literally the expression means “a helper according to what is in front of him,” i.e., “corresponding to him,” “his complement.”In 2 K. 10:3 the Hebrew adjective
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FIT, FITLY
FIT, FITLY<fit’-li>: The word “fit” (adjective and verb) occurs a few times, representing nearly as many Hebrew and Greek words. the Revised Version (British and American) frequently alters, as in Lev 16:21 (`itti, “timely,” “opportune,” “ready”), where for “fit” it reads “in readiness,”
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Fit, Fitly
FIT, FITLY, fit′li: The word “fit” (adj. and vb.) occurs a few times, representing nearly as many Heb and Gr words. RV frequently alters, as in Lev 16:21 (‛ittī, “timely,” “opportune,” “ready”), where for “fit” it reads, “in readiness,” m “appointed.” In 1 Ch 7:11 RV has “that were able”; in Isa 44:13,