[b-hebrew] MDBR Root?
kwrandolph at email.com
Tue Jan 3 13:00:27 EST 2006
Apparently there are two roots sharing the same DBR
spelling: one that is expressed very commonly from the
meaning of "to express in word or deed", and the second
rarely used. It is one of those entries where I have
question marks, as I am not sure of its meaning.
2 Chronicles 22:10, Psalm 18:48, Psalm 47:4 are where it
is found as a verb (other cases in the concordance are
questionable), other derivatives include (buck)thorn,
pestilence, bee (which has a stinger) and desert. From
these verses I may have to acknowledge a stronger
meaning than what I originally had, maybe more like lay
low, as in cause injury and death.
Karl W. Randolph.
----- Original Message -----
From: tladatsi at charter.net
> What root do you find for MDBR that means sting or poke? I
> am not familar with it. I see that DBWRH means bee but
> what is the common root - DBR?
> Jack Tladatsi
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