Hayin • Intellectual • Mentality
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Intelligence[Heb ḥoḵmâ] (Ex. 31:3; 35:31; 36:1); AV WISDOM; NEB “skilful”; [Gk. synetós] (Acts 13:7); AV PRUDENT. The Hebrew term designates various facets of ability, whether technical skill (Ex. 36:1), shrewdness of different kinds (2 S. 20:22; 1 K. 2:6), spiritual insight (Ps. 90:12), or a personified
Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible
hayinI. The word hyn occurs a number of times in Ugaritic texts as an epithet of Kothar-wa-Hasis (→Kothar). It has been suggested that the same word is found in Hab 2:5 (Albright 1943; 1968) and Job 41:4[12] (Pope 1965) as a divine title.II. The word hyn occurs in KTU 1.3 vi:22–23; 1.4 i:23; 1.17 v:
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
INTELLIGENCE<in-tel’-i-gens> ([בִּין‎, bin]): Occurs only once in the King James Version as the translation of bin, “to discriminate” (frequently translated “to understand”), in Dan 11:30 the King James Version, “(he shall) have intelligence with them that forsake the holy covenant,” the Revised
Ecclesiastical Dictionary: Containing, in Concise Form, Information upon Ecclesiastical, Biblical, Archæological, and Historical Subjects
Intelligence.—Intellectual faculty. If a man understands what is told to him, retains what he has understood, and makes use of the knowledge he has retained, we say that this man is intelligent. Therefore, we can say that intelligence, this faculty of the soul, is a complex power, comprising three groups
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
INTELLIGENCE, in-telʹi-gens (בִּין‎, bīn): Occurs only once in AV as the tr of bīn, “to discriminate” (frequently trd “to understand”), in Dnl. 11:30 AV, “[he shall] have intelligence with them that forsake the holy covenant,” RV renders “have regard unto them.” “Intelligence” occurs in 2 Macc 3:9 AV,