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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hat
Hat[Aram karbelāʾ] (Dnl. 3:21). Worn by Daniel’s three friends when they were cast into the furnace. The term karbelāʾ, a hapax legomenon, recalls the Akk. karballatu (“cap,” “helmet”), and reflects accurately the Babylonian cultural milieu against which the book of Daniel was written (see Daniel,
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hat
HAT. An article of clothing (Aram. karblā) mentioned only in (Dan 3:21). A loan word from Akkad. karballatu, it probably signified the high pointed cap of a style worn sometimes by the Assyrians and Babylonians and more especially by the Cimmerians. See Dress.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hat
HatChald. karb’ela, (Dan. 3:21), properly mantle or pallium. The Revised Version renders it “tunic.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAT
HATThe original word ([כַּרִבְּלָא‎, karbela’], Aramaic) rendered “hat” in Dan 3:21 the King James Version is very rare, appearing only here in the Old Testament. There is acknowledged difficulty in translating it, as well as the other words of the passage. “Hat” of the King James Version certainly
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hat
HAT Article of clothing for the head (Dan. 3:21). The root word is similar to the Akkadian term for a helmet or cap. The NASB rendered the term “cap”; NIV, “turban.” See Cloth, Clothing.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Hat
hat. This English term is used by the KJV and other versions to render Aramaic karbĕlâ H10368, which occurs only once (Dan. 3:21; NIV, “turbans”); it is listed among other articles of clothing worn by the three Hebrews in the fiery furnace. It probably means “helmet, cap” (cf. Akk. karballatu, “pointed
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Hat
HAT: The original word (כַּרַבְּלָא‎, karbelā’, Aram.) rendered “hat” in Dnl 3:21 AV is very rare, appearing only here in the OT. There is acknowledged difficulty in translating it, as well as the other words of the passage. “Hat” of AV certainly fails to give its exact meaning. The hat as we know it,
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
HAT
HAT [כַּרְבְּלָאkarbelaʾ; πέτασος petasos]. Among the clothing items the three Jews were wearing when they were thrown into the fiery furnace (Dan 3:21) and a sign of Hellenization among the Jews (2 Macc 4:12).
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