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Inflame
Enflame
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Inflame
Inflame[Heb dālaq—‘kindle’ (hiphil, Isa. 5:11); hāmam—‘be hot’ (Jer. 51:39)]; AV “in their heat,” NEB “to end in fever.” Both terms are used figuratively, although the precise sense is disputed in each text because of enigmatic contexts. The former may speak of the desire or passion often accompanying
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
INFLAME; ENFLAME
INFLAME; ENFLAME<in-flam’>, <en-flam’> ([דָּלַק‎, dalaq]): “To inflame” in the meaning “to excite passion” is found in Isa 5:11, “till wine inflame them.” In some the King James Version passages (e.g. Isa 57:5) we find “enflaming” with the same meaning; compare the King James Version Susanna
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Inflame, Enflame
INFLAME, in-flāmʹ, ENFLAME, en-flāmʹ (דָּלַק‎, dālaḳ): “To inflame” in the meaning “to excite passion” is found in Isa 5:11, “till wine inflame them.” In some AV passages (e.g. Isa 57:5) we find “enflaming” with the same meaning; cf AV Sus ver 8 and Sir 28:10 AV (RV “inflame”).