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Goodly
Beautiful Trees • Goodly trees
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Goodly
Goodly [Heb. ṭôḇ] (Ex. 2:2; Dt. 3:25; 6:10; 8:12; Ps. 21:3 [MT 4]; 45:1 [MT 2]; Prov. 28:10); AV also GOODNESS (Ps. 21:3), GOOD (Ps. 45:1; Prov. 28:10); NEB also FINE, PROSPERITY (Ps. 21:3), NOBLE (Ps. 45:1), “a fortune” (Prov. 28:10); [ḥîn] (Job. 41:12 [MT 4]); AV COMELY; NEB GRACE; [šāp̱ār]
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Beautiful Trees
BEAUTIFUL TREES (Heb. ˓ēṣ hādār, “trees of ornament”). The Israelites were directed to take “the foliage of beautiful trees, palm branches and boughs of leafy trees and willows of the brook; and … rejoice before the Lord your God for seven days,” i.e., to carry them about in festive procession (Lev.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Goodly trees
Goodly treesboughs of, were to be carried in festive procession on the first day of the feast of Tabernacles (Lev. 23:40). This was probably the olive tree (Neh. 8:15), although no special tree is mentioned.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
GOODLY
GOODLY<good’-li> [טוֹב‎, Tobh]; [καλός, kalos], [λαμπρός, lampros]): In the Old Testament various words are translated “goodly,” the most of them occurring only once; Tobh (the common word for “good”) is several times translated “goodly,” chiefly in the sense of form or appearance e.g “a goodley
GOODLY TREES
GOODLY TREES([פְּרִי עֵ ץ הָדָר‎, perìets hadhar], “the fruit (the King James Version “boughs”) of goodly (= beautiful or noble) trees”): One of the four species of plants used in the Feast of Tabernacles (Lev 23:40). In the Talmud (Cukkdh 35a) this is explained to be the citron (Citrus medica)
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Goodly
GOODLY, gŏŏdʹli (טוֹב‎, ṭōbh; καλός, kalós, λαμπρός, lamprós): In the OT various words are trd “goodly,” the most of them occurring only once; ṭōbh (the common word for “good”) is several times trd “goodly,” chiefly in the sense of form or appearance, e.g. “a goodly child” (Ex 2:2); “that goodly
Goodly Trees
GOODLY TREES (פְּרִי עֵץ הָדָר‎, perī ‛ēç hādhār, “the fruit [AV “boughs”] of goodly [=beautiful or noble] trees”): One of the four species of plants used in the Feast of Tabernacles (Lev 23:40). In the Talm (Ṣukkāh 35a) this is explained to be the citron (Citrus medica) known in Heb as ’ethrōgh.