H4598 מעיל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מעיל
me ‛ı̂yl
meh-eel'
From H4603 in the sense of covering; a robe (that is, upper and outer garment)

KJV Usage: cloke, coat, mantle, robe.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4769

מעיל

1. robe
a. a garment worn over a tunic by men of rank
b. a long garment worn by David's daughters
c. a garment of the high priest
d. (fig.) of attributes
Origin: from H4603 in the sense of covering
TWOT: 1230b
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
מְעִיל
me.il
H:N-M
robe
1) robe
1a) a garment worn over a tunic by men of rank
1b) a long garment worn by David's daughters
1c) a garment of the high priest
1d) (fig.) of attributes

View how H4598 מעיל is used in the Bible

28 occurrences of H4598 מעיל

Exodus 28:4 and a robe,
Exodus 28:31 the robe
Exodus 28:34 of the robe
Exodus 29:5 and the robe
Exodus 39:22 the robe
Exodus 39:23 of the robe,
Exodus 39:24 of the robe
Exodus 39:25 of the robe,
Exodus 39:26 of the robe
Leviticus 8:7 him with the robe,
1 Samuel 2:19 coat,
1 Samuel 15:27 of his mantle,
1 Samuel 18:4 himself of the robe
1 Samuel 24:4 robe.
1 Samuel 24:11 of thy robe
1 Samuel 24:11 of thy robe,
1 Samuel 28:14 with a mantle.
2 Samuel 13:18 upon her: for with such robes
1 Chronicles 15:27 with a robe
Ezra 9:3 and my mantle,
Ezra 9:5 and my mantle,
Job 1:20 his mantle,
Job 2:12 his mantle,
Job 29:14 was as a robe
Psalms 109:29 as with a mantle.
Isaiah 59:17 as a cloke.
Isaiah 61:10 me with the robe
Ezekiel 26:16 their robes,

Distinct usage

3 of the robe
2 the robe
2 of the robe,
2 and my mantle,
2 his mantle,
1 and a robe,
1 and the robe
1 him with the robe,
1 coat,
1 of his mantle,
1 himself of the robe
1 robe.
1 upon her: for with such robes
1 with a robe
1 was as a robe
1 as with a mantle.
1 as a cloke.
1 me with the robe
1 with a mantle.
1 their robes,
1 of thy robe
1 of thy robe,

Corresponding Greek Words

meil G1903 ependutes
meil G2440 himation
meil G4158 poderes
meil G4749 stole
meil G5509 chiton


Related words

H4598 מעיל

H4603 מעל mâ‛al

מעל
mâ‛al
maw-al'
A primitive root; properly to cover up; used only figuratively to act covertly, that is, treacherously

KJV Usage: transgress, (commit, do a) tresspass (-ing).