H3218 ילק - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


ילק
yeleq
yeh'-lek
From an unused root meaning to lick up; a devourer; specifically the young locust

KJV Usage: cankerworm, caterpillar.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3562

ילק

1. young locust (early stage of development)
a. caterpillar (as devouring)
Origin: from an unused root meaning to lick up
TWOT: 870a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
יֶ֫לֶק
ye.leq
H:N-M
locust
1) young locust (early stage of development)
1a) caterpillar (as devouring)

View how H3218 ילק is used in the Bible

9 occurrences of H3218 ילק

Psalms 105:34 and caterpillers,
Jeremiah 51:14 as with caterpillers;
Jeremiah 51:27 caterpillers.
Joel 1:4 hath the cankerworm
Joel 1:4 and that which the cankerworm
Joel 2:25 the cankerworm,
Nahum 3:15 like the cankerworm:
Nahum 3:15 as the cankerworm,
Nahum 3:16 the cankerworm

Distinct usage

1 and caterpillers,
1 as with caterpillers;
1 caterpillers.
1 hath the cankerworm
1 and that which the cankerworm
1 the cankerworm,
1 like the cankerworm:
1 as the cankerworm,
1 the cankerworm

Corresponding Greek Words

yeleq G200 akris


Related words

H3218 ילק