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Knit
Compact • Compacted
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Knit
Knit[Heb niphal of qāšar—‘bind’ (1 S. 18:1), (lēḇāḇ) leyaḥaḏ—‘(a heart) for union’ (1 Ch. 12:17 [MT 18]), sāḵaḵ—‘interweave’ (Job 10:11 [polel]; Ps. 139:13), pual of śārag̱—‘intertwine’ (Job 40:17); Gk. symbibázō—‘bring together’ (Eph. 4:16; Col. 2:2, 19)]; AV also “fenced,” “covered,”
Compacted
Compacted The AV for Gk. symbibázō in Eph. 4:16. The RSV and NEB read “knit together.” See Body.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
COMPACT; COMPACTED
COMPACT; COMPACTED<kom-pakt’>, <kom-pakt’-ed> (חָבַר‎, chabhar], “to be joined”; [συμβιβάζω, sumbibazo], “to raise up together”): “Compact” appears as translation of chabhar in Psalm 122:3, “Jerus .... a city that is compact together” (well built, its breaches restored, walls complete, and
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Compact, Compacted
COMPACT, kom-paktʹ, COMPACTED, kom-paktʹed (חָבַר‎, ḥābhar, “to be joined”; συμβιβάζω, sumbibázō, “to raise up together”): “Compact” appears as tr of ḥābhar in Ps 122:3, “Jerus … a city that is compact together” (well built, its breaches restored, walls complete, and separate from all around it);