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Inhabit
Inhabitant • Population
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Inhabit
Inhabit[Heb yāšaḇ, šāḵan; Gk. katoikéō]; AV also DWELL, REMAIN (Jer. 17:25), SETTLE (hiphil of yāšaḇ, Ezk. 36:11); NEB also LIVE, DWELL, MAKE POPULOUS (hiphil of yāšaḇ, Ezk. 36:11), LIE; INHABITANT [Heb. part yōšēḇ, šāḵēn; Aram construct part of dûr (Q Dnl. 4:35 [MT 32]); Gk.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
INHABIT; INHABITANT
INHABIT; INHABITANT<in-hab’-it>, <in-hab’-it-ant> ([יָשַׁב‎, yashabh], “to sit,” “remain, “dwell,” “inhabit” [שָׁכֵן‎, shakhen], “to settle down” “tabernacle,” “dwell”; [κατοικέω, katoikeo], “to settle,” “dwell”): See DWELL. The verb “to inhabit,” now used only transitively, had
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Inhabit, Inhabitant
INHABIT, in-hab´it, INHABITANT, in-habʹit-ant (יָשַׁב‎, yāshabh, “to sit,” “remain, “dwell,” “inhabit,” שָׁכֵן‎, shākhēn, “to settle down,” “tabernacle,” “dwell”; κατοικέω, katoikéō, “to settle,” “dwell”): See Dwell. The vb. “to inhabit,” now used only transitively, had once an intransitive meaning