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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Frame
Frame Several different and unrelated Hebrew words are rendered by the word “frame” in the RSV.(1) [Heb qereš] (e.g., Ex. 26:15–29; 35:11; 36:20–34); AV also BOARD; NEB PLANK. The individual vertical panels of the wooden framework over which the curtains of the tabernacle were spread. Scholarly opinion
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FRAME
FRAME<fram>:1. [יֵצֶר‎, yetser] (from root yatsar, “to knead,” mold with the fingers): “For he knoweth our frame; he remembereth that we are dust” (Ps 103:14).2. [עֵרֶךְ‎, ̀erekh] (from root `arakh, “to put in order,” “to set in a row,” “to arrange”): “goodly frame” (Job 41:12, the
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Frame
FRAME Term used by modern translations to render a number of Hebrew terms. Frame refers to the “carrying frame” (NRSV) for the lamps and tabernacle utensils (Num. 4:10, 12; KJV, NASB, bars; REB, poles); the rim that served as a brace for the legs of the table of the presence (Exod. 25:25, 27; KJV, border);
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Frame
frame. This English term, as a noun or as a verb, and with various meanings, is used in English versions to render a number of Hebrew and Greek terms. It is especially common in the book of Exodus, where it corresponds to Hebrew qereš H7983, “plank, board,” used in connection with the wooden framework
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Frame
FRAME, frām:(1) יֵצֶר‎, yēçer (from root yāçar, “to knead,” mold with the fingers): “For he knoweth our frame; he remembereth that we are dust” (Ps 103:14).(2) עֵרֶךְ‎, ‛ērekh (from root ‛ārakh, “to put in order,” “to set in a row,” “to arrange”): “goodly frame” (Job 41:12, AV “goodly proportion”).
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
FRAME
FRAME [מוֹטmot, מִסְגֶּרֶחmisgereth, קֶרֶשׁqeresh, שָׂחִיףsakhif, שְׁלַבִּיםshelabbim שֶׁקֶףsheqef]. Several Hebrew words are translated “frame” or “rim,” indicating the edge around something. Mot (Num 4:10, 12) refers to a carrying frame for TABERNACLE implements.2. Misgereth (Exod 25:25, 27;