H2916 טיט - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


טיט
ṭı̂yṭ
teet
From an unused root meaning apparently to be sticky (rather perhaps a denominative from H2894, through the idea of dirt to be swept away); mud or clay; figuratively calamity

KJV Usage: clay, dirt, mire.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

טיט

1. mud, clay, mire, damp dirt
a. mud, mire
b. clay (poetical)
Origin: from an unused root meaning apparently to be sticky [rath perb. a demon. From H2894, through the idea of dirt to be swept away]
TWOT: 796a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

View how H2916 טיט is used in the Bible

12 occurrences of H2916 טיט

2 Samuel 22:43
Job 41:30
Psalms 18:42
Psalms 40:2
Psalms 69:14
Isaiah 41:25
Isaiah 57:20
Jeremiah 38:6
Micah 7:10
Nahum 3:14
Zechariah 9:3
Zechariah 10:5

Corresponding Greek Words

tit G1004 borboros
tit G4081 pelos