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Lurk
Lurking-Place
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Lurk
Lurk[Heb ʾāraḇ] (Ps. 10:9); AV LIE IN WAIT; NEB CROUCH; [šûr—‘regard, gaze on’] (Jer. 5:26; Hos. 13:7); AV LAY WAIT, OBSERVE; NEB LAY SNARES, PROWL; [yāšaḇ—‘sit, crouch’] (Ps. 17:12); NEB CROUCH; [hiphil of ṣāp̱an—‘hide’] (Ps. 56:6 [MT 7]); AV HIDE THEMSELVES; NEB WATCH; [maḥaḇōʾîm] (“lurking
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
LURK; LURKING-PLACE
LURK; LURKING-PLACE<lurk>, <lurk’-ing-plas>: “To lurk” means “to lie in wait,” usually with intent to do harm (see Ps 17:12; Prov 1:11, 18).Lurking-place, a place of hiding, usually for the purpose of murder. See 1 Sam 23:23; Ps 10:8.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Lurk, Lurking-Place
LURK, lûrk, LURKING-PLACE, lûrk′ing-plās: “To lurk” means “to lie in wait,” usually with intent to do harm (see Ps 17:12; Prov 1:11, 18).Lurking-place, a place of hiding, usually for the purpose of murder. See 1 S 23:23; Ps 10:8.