גְּוִיָּה noun feminine body, corpse — absolute ׳ג
[Nah 3:3] construct גְּוִיַּת [Judg 14:8] + 2 t.; suffix גְּוִיָּתוֺ [1Sam 31:10]; [Dan 10:6], גְּוִיָּתֵנוּ [Gen 47:18], גְּוִיָּתָם [Nah 3:3] plural absolute גְּוִיּוֺת [Ps 110:6] suffix גְּוִיֹּתֵנוּ [Neh 9:37], גְּוִיֹּתֵיהֶם [Ezek 1:23], גְּוִיֹּתֵיהֶ֑נָֿה v [Ezek 1:11] —
1. living human body
[Gen 47:18] (singular, of many persons), compare plural [Neh 9:37] of man in Daniel's vision [Dan 10:6] (body apart from extremities); also of the living creatures in Ezekiel's vision [Ezek 1:11]; [Ezek 1:28].
2. dead body, corpse, carcass:
\ \ a. of man
[1Sam 31:10] (so originally in || [1Chr 10:10] see WeSm compare Dr) v [1Chr 10:12] v [1Chr 10:12] (singular of several persons), [Ps 110:6] collective [Nah 3:3] (twice in verse);
\ \ b. of lion
[Judg 14:8]; [Judg 14:9].
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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