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Foam
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Foam
Foam [Heb. ḥāmar] (Ps. 46:3 [MT 4]; 75:8 [MT 9]); AV “be troubled,” “red”; NEB also “seethe with tumult”; [Gk. aphrízō (Mk. 9:18, 20), epaphrízō (Jude 13), metá aphroú (Lk. 9:39)]. The Hebrew verb has two basic meanings: “foam” or “ferment,” and “be reddened” (KoB, p. 312); hence the AV rendering
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Foam
FOAM. Three words are thus translated. Heb. qeṣep refers to foam as on water (Hos 10:7). The marginal reference in ASV gives “twigs” as a possible rendering. The word comes from qāṣap, which means “to break off or out,” or “to be angry.” Thus it could mean twigs broken off, or foam as the result of
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FOAM
FOAM<fom> ([קֶצֶת‎, qetseph] (Hos 10:7); [ἀφρός, aphros] (Lk 9:39), [ἀφρίζω, aphrizo] (Mk 9:18, 20), [ἐπαφρίζω, epaphrizo] (Jude 1:13)): Qetseph from qatsaph, “to break to pieces,” or “to break forth into anger,” “to be angry,” occurs often in the sense of “wrath” or “anger” (e.g.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Foam
FOAM, fōm (קֶצֶף‎, ḳeçeph [Hos 10:7]; ἀφρός, aphrós [Lk 9:39], ἀφρίζω, aphrós [Mk 9:18, 20], ἐπαφρίζω, epaphrízō [Jude ver 13]): ḳeçeph from ḳāçaph, “to break to pieces,” or “to break forth into anger,” “to be angry,” occurs often in the sense of “wrath” or “anger” (e.g. Nu 1:53; Ps 38:1,