H1691 דּבלים - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּבלים
diblayim
dib-lah'-yim
Dual from the masculine of H1690; two cakes; Diblajim, a symbolical name

KJV Usage: Diblaim.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1810

דּבלים
Diblaim = "two cakes"
1. the father of Hosea's wife Gomer
Origin: dual from H1690
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Masculine

TBESH:
דִּבְלַ֫יִם
div.la.yim
N:N-M-P
Diblaim
Diblaim = "two cakes"
1) the father of Hosea's wife Gomer

View how H1691 דּבלים is used in the Bible

One occurence of H1691 דּבלים

Hosea 1:3 of Diblaim;

Distinct usage

1 of Diblaim;


Related words

H1691 דּבלים

H1690 דּבלה de bêlâh

דּבלה
de bêlâh
deb-ay-law'
From an unused root (akin to H2082) probably meaning to press together; a cake of pressed figs

KJV Usage: cake (lump) of figs.


H1015 בּית דּבלתים bêyth diblâthayim
בּית דּבלתים
bêyth diblâthayim
bayth dib-law-thah'-yim
From H1004 and the dual of H1690; house of (the) two fig cakes; Beth-Diblathajim, a place East of the Jordan

KJV Usage: Beth-diblathaim.


H5963 עלמן דּבלתימה ‛almôn diblâthâymâh
עלמן דּבלתימה
‛almôn diblâthâymâh
al-mone' dib-law-thaw'-yem-aw
From the same as H5960 and the dual of H1690 (compare H1015) with enclitic of direction; Almon towards Diblathajim; Almon Diblathajemah, a place in Moab

KJV Usage: Almon-diblathaim.