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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hollow
HollowThe RSV uses “hollow” to translate four Hebrew words:(1) Heb. kap̱ regularly means the palm of the hand but is also applied to other concave objects, including the hollow of the thigh (Gen. 32:25, 32; usually assumed to mean the socket of the thigh-joint) and the hollow of a sling (1 S. 25:29;
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HOLLOW
HOLLOW<hol’-o> ([כַּת‎, kaph], [נָכַב‎, nabhabh]): “Hollow” is the translation of kaph, “hollow” (Gen 32:25, 32, “the hollow of his thigh,” the hip-pan or socket, over the sciatic nerve); of nabhabh, “to be hollow” (Ex 27:8; 38:7; Jer 52:21); of sho`-al, “hollow” (Isa 40:12, “Who
BOUGHT (1)
BOUGHT (1)<bout> (תָּוְֶ‎ [tawekh], “bisection,” “middle”): The best part of a sling that contains the stone, “in the midst of the bought of a sling” (1 Samuel 25:29 King James Version, margin, the King James Version “out of the middle,” the Revised Version (British and American) “from the
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Hollow
HOLLOW, holʹō (כַּף‎, kaph, נָבַב‎, nābhabh): “Hollow” is the tr of kaph, “hollow” (Gen 32:25, 32, “the hollow of his thigh,” the hip-pan or socket, over the sciatic nerve); of nābhabh, “to be hollow” (Ex 27:8; 38:7; Jer 52:21); of shō‛al, “hollow” (Isa 40:12, “Who hath measured the waters in the hollow
Bought
BOUGHT, bout (תָּוֶךְ‎, tāwekh, “bisection,” “middle”): The best part of a sling that contains the stone, “in the midst of the bought of a sling” (1 S 25:29 AVm, AV “out of the middle,” RV “from the hollow”).BOUGHT, bôt (adj. and vb.). See Buying.