H4700 מצלת - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מצלת
me tsêleth
mets-ay'-leth
From H6750; (only dual) double tinklers, that is, cymbals

KJV Usage: cymbals.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7076

מצלת

1. cymbals
Origin: from H6750
TWOT: 1919f
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
מְצִלְתַּיִם
me.tse.let
H:N-F
cymbal
1) cymbals

View how H4700 מצלת is used in the Bible

13 occurrences of H4700 מצלת

1 Chronicles 13:8 and with cymbals,
1 Chronicles 15:16 and cymbals,
1 Chronicles 15:19 with cymbals
1 Chronicles 15:28 and with cymbals,
1 Chronicles 16:5 with cymbals;
1 Chronicles 16:42 and cymbals
1 Chronicles 25:1 and with cymbals:
1 Chronicles 25:6 with cymbals,
2 Chronicles 5:12 having cymbals
2 Chronicles 5:13 and cymbals
2 Chronicles 29:25 with cymbals,
Ezra 3:10 with cymbals,
Nehemiah 12:27 with cymbals,

Distinct usage

3 with cymbals,
2 and cymbals
2 and with cymbals,
1 and cymbals,
1 with cymbals
1 with cymbals;
1 and with cymbals:
1 having cymbals
1 with cymbals,


Related words

H4700 מצלת

H6750 צלל tsâlal

צלל
tsâlal
tsaw-lal'
A primitive root (rather identical with H6749 through the idea of vibration); to tinkle, that is, rattle together (as the ears in reddening with shame, or the teeth in chattering with fear)

KJV Usage: quiver, tingle.


H4698 מצלּה me tsillâh
מצלּה
me tsillâh
mets-il-law'
From H6750; a tinkler, that is, a bell

KJV Usage: bell.


H6749 צלל tsâlal
צלל
tsâlal
tsaw-lal'
A primitive root; properly to tumble down, that is, settle by a waving motion

KJV Usage: sink.

Compare H6750, H6751.

H6767 צלצל tse lâtsal
צלצל
tse lâtsal
tsel-aw-tsal'
From H6750 reduplicated; a clatter, that is, (abstractly) whirring (of wings); (concretely) a cricket; also a harpoon (as rattling), a cymbal (as clanging)

KJV Usage: cymbal, locust, shadowing, spear.