טַבַּ֫עַת noun feminine signet, signet-ring, ring (on formation see LagBN 88; Assyrian ‰imbu°u, seal-ring, Muss-Arnl.c.) — absolute טַבַּעַת
[Exod 26:24] + 3 t.; construct id. [Esth 3:12] + 3 t.; טַבַּעְתּוֺ [Gen 41:42] + 2 t.; plural absolute טַבָּעוֺת [Isa 3:1]; [Exod 28:23] טַבָּעֹת [Exod 25:12] (twice in verse) + 14 t. construct טַבְּעוֺת [Exod 28:23] + 2 t.; טַבְּעֹת [Exod 25:12] + 12 t.; suffix טַבְּעֹתָ֯ו [Exod 28:28]; [Exod 39:21] טַבְּעֹתֵיהֶם [Exod 26:29] טַבְּעֹתָם [Exod 36:34] —
\ \ l. signet-ring, of king, taken from his hand and given as token of authority
[Gen 41:42] (E), [Esth 3:10]; [Esth 8:2] used in sealing official missives [Esth 3:12]; [Esth 8:8] (twice in verse); [Esth 8:10] (verb חָתַם).
2. ring, as ornament
[Isa 3:21] as gift for sacred purposed [Exod 35:22]; [Num 31:50] (both P).
3. most often (only in Exodus) of rings for staves of ark, for curtains, for ephod, and other sacred furniture
[Exod 25:12] (3 t. in verse) + 35 t. in Exodus (all P).
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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