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Forbid
Dehort
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Forbid; Forbidden
Forbid; Forbidden [Heb. kālāʾ—‘restrain’] (Nu. 11:28); NEB STOP; [ṣāwâ-‘command’] (Dt. 4:23; 17:3; Lam. 1:10); AV also COMMAND; [ʿāral ʿorlâ—‘having a foreskin’] (Lev. 19:23); AV UNCIRCUMCISED; [ḥālîlâ] (1 S. 24:6 [MT 7]; 26:11; 1 K. 21:3); [Gk. kōlýō-‘prevent’] (Mk. 9:39; Lk. 9:50; 23:2;
Dehort
Dehort An obsolete English term used by the AV in 1 Macc. 9:9 to translate Gk. apostréphō; the opposite of “exhort.” It means to “dissuade,” “forbid,” “restrain from.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FORBID
FORBID<for-bid’> ([כָּלָא‎, kala]; [κωλύω, koluo]): Occurs very seldom in the Old Testament except as the rendering of chalilah (see below); it is once the translation of kala’, “to restrain” (Nu 11:28, “Joshua .... said My lord Moses forbid them”); twice of tsawah, “to command” (Dt 2:37,
DEHORT
DEHORT<de-hort’> ([ἀποστρέφω, apostrepho]; the Revised Version (British and American) DISSUADE): Not found in the English Bible; once only in Apocrypha (1 Macc 9:9). An obsolete English word; the opposite of “exhort.” It means “to dissuade,” “to forbid,” “to restrain from.”
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Forbid
FORBID, for-bidʹ (כָּלָא‎, kālā’; κωλύω, kōlúō): Occurs very seldom in the OT except as the rendering of ḥālīlāh (see below); it is once the tr of kālā’, “to restrain” (Nu 11:28, “Joshua … said, My lord Moses, forbid them”); twice of çāwāh, “to command” (Dt 2:37, “and wheresoever Jeh our
Dehort
DEHORT, dē̇-hôrtʹ (ἀποστρέφω, apostréphō; RV DISSUADE): Not found in the Eng. Bible; once only in Apoc (1 Macc 9:9). An obsolete Eng. word; the opposite of “exhort.” It means “to dissuade,” “to forbid,” “to restrain from.”